Blue Ivy Shushes Beyoncé and Jay-Z, ‘We Come in Peace, but We Mean Business’ and More of the Best Moments of the 2018 Grammys

The Grammys were all about messages this year. From Blue Ivy letting us know she runs the Knowles-Carter household, to everyone with white roses in support of Time’s Up, Kendrick Lamar’s American satire and Kesha’s powerful Time’s Up-esque performance (featuring Cyndi Lauper, Camila Cabello, Andra Day and more),…

#ThrowbackThursday: Last Night, Cardi B and Bruno Mars Gave Us Our Entire Lives—in Living Color

It feels so good to be us. For those old enough to remember (*cough* me), In Living Color was the sketch-comedy hallmark of our adolescence—in fact, its run spanned my entire high school career. The (elder) Wayans-brothers vehicle was a revolutionary counterpoint to Saturday Night Live, remixing comedy for the hip-hop…

Ne-Yo and Bruno Mars Need to Sit This Party Out; Why Trump’s Team Can’t Book A-List Inauguration Performers

Recently, Kellyanne Conway, headmaster of propaganda and subsequent new queen of the remix, was asked about reports as to whether or not the president-elect’s transition team was trying to secure big names (according to The Wrap, they wanted artists like Justin Timberlake and Bruno Mars) for the looming inauguration.…