Taking aim at the hyper-sexualized culture of youth in America today, Skylar Grey has released a music video for her song "C'mon Let Me Ride."
The catchy single features Eminem and was shot at a trailer park in Detroit. The 26-year-old singer explains to MTV News, "I'm poking fun at the overtly sexualized aspect of everything in this world today. The video is a combined effort between director Isaac Rentz, me and Eminem, and we just wanted to make sure it was very clear that it's a sarcastic song."
In this day and age news travels fast, but that wouldn't be possible without the use of social networking. Celebrities definitely use the new technology to their advantage.
On Thursday (August 9), Forbes released its list of social media superstars based on the total number of Facebook fans and Twitter followers each celebrity has. After tallying the results, it appears music industry heavyweights hold the most power in the social networking world.
It's no secret that they've have had their squabbles in the past, but P!nk and Eminem have made peace - and have even recorded a tune together.
The 32-year-old "So What" singer revealed that she and the "Love the Way You Lie" hitmaker teamed up on "a club banger" titled "Here Comes the Weekend," which may eventually be released as a single from The Truth About Love.
Practicing up on his moves, Justin Bieber was spotted heading to a dance studio in Los Angeles on Wednesday afternoon (March 28).
The outing comes just as a report put out by TMZ tells that the pop superstar and iconic rapper Eminem are in the middle of a lawsuit over a concert that was allegedly supposed to take place in Seoul, Korea, but never did.