MUSIC NEWS// Missy Elliott, Timbaland Have Concerns About Aaliyah Album, Judge Orders Audit of Chris Brown’s Community Service Record & MorePublished by Blair Bedford on Wednesday, September 19, 2012 at 9:54 am.
1. Missy Elliott, Timbaland Have Concerns About Aaliyah Album
Missy Elliott and Timbaland dropped by New York’s Hot 97 radio station for a chat with host Angie Martinez last night and the iconic duo addressed controversial reports of a posthumous Aaliyah album that is set to be executive produced by Drake. Both parties, who were extremely close to Aaliyah and instrumental in her career, said they hadn’t spoken with Drake about the project. [MORE]
2. Judge Orders Audit of Chris Brown’s Community Service Record
Chris Brown was supposed to be in court in LA yesterday, but a hearing on his ongoing probation was delayed by prosecutors, The New York Daily News reports. Lawyers for the district attorney’s office have raised questions as to whether Brown is living up to his obligations, causing a judge to order an audit of his community service record before the hearing will take place. [MORE]
3. Marques Houston: “I’ve Been the Underdog in My Career”
Marques Houston has juggled the hats of singer and actor for most of his career and now the 31-year old is moving behind the scenes. He starred and served as producer of Battlefield America, on Blu-Ray and DVD September 18.
The film tells the story of a community center of wayward kids who find their purpose through dance. Houston plays an ad exec named Sean Lewis who helps them achieve it. The former IMx star chatted with BET.com about his new movie, his beef with Raz B of B2K and why Breakin’ ranks as one his all-time favorite flicks. [MORE]