Fly Trailer: ‘Barbershop: The Next Cut’ Official Trailer [SFPL Exclusive]


Yes, it is here! The official trailer of Barbershop: The Next Cut starring Ice Cube, Nicki Minaj, Anthony Anderson, Common, Eve, Tyga, Regina Hall, Cedric The Entertainer and more, which hits theaters April 15th, 2016. Stuff Fly People Like has an exclusive clip just for you, personalized from us to you by the man himself, Ice Cube!

Check it out below:


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Pusha T On Ebro In Morning: Talks Lil Wayne & Birdman Beef, New Single, Trap Music & more

Pusha T drops by Hot 97‘s Ebro In The Morning during his visit in New York just on the brink of his sneaker collaboration release with Adidas.

The Clipse veteran talks about his new Timbaland-produced single “Untouchable”, beef with Lil Wayne and Birdman, being criticized for rapping about “coke” aka cocaine, his official new President seat of G.O.O.D. Music, new album and so much more.

About the Wayne and Birdman beef:

“It was a wild interview and the outtakes of the interview got out, so there’s was a lot of loose-talk. To have someone that big say disparaging things about you, that’s a heavy-hit.”

Peep the full interview below:

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New Video: Stacy Barthe – “Extraordinary Love”

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Just off the heels of her new album BEcoming, comes a new visual by the soulful Stacy Barthe; Brooklyn’s finest in music, one-third of John Legend‘s Homeschool Records.


In black & white, the talented artist delivers “Extraordinary Love,” imaginative to the eye and understanding by the heart. Featuring model Shaun Ross, Stacy compels us to see the true nature of love, regardless of the slight differences, visually. In essence, we’re all the same.

Check out the video below:

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Stacy’s album ‘BEcoming’ features production by DJ Camper, John Legend, Malay, Hit-Boy and more, paired with appearances by Common and John himself. Buy now on iTunes.


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Fly Stream: ‘Nina Revisited…A Tribute To Nina Simone’ featuring Usher, Lauryn Hill & Jazmine Sullivan


The collaboration of musical essence has appeared right in front of our eyes. In celebration of the upcoming Netflix original documentary about the life and times of Nina Simone, music covers have just landed from the official soundtrack sung by Lauryn Hill, Usher and Jazmine Sullivan.

The compilation album is slated to drop on July 10th, which features 16-tracks recorded by artists like Common, Mary J. BligeLalah Hathaway, Gregory Porter, Lisa Simone [the late singer’s daughter] and more. Robert Glasper and Lauryn Hill both serve as producers on the project.

Take a listen to Usher, Jazmine and Lauryn on the next few pages…

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The Daily Word: Kanye “of ALL Trades” West Stars In New Film with Common


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It’s clear, Kanye West is out here like an octopus with limbs in every pot! Aside for his #AllThingsYeezy releases and his clothing line debut fashion week, he’s executive producing albums like Rihanna‘s #R8, Taylor Swift‘s upcoming album Loisaidas, a film he’s working on with Damon Dash, a new series called Underground and now he’s going to be acting along with G.O.O.D. Music member Common in a film called Chiraq. Evidently, Ye’ has as many hours in a day as Beyoncé!

In this film which is a Spike Lee production, Kanye and Common unite to bring their town together. It will be exclusively available on Amazon.


As mentioned before, Kanye is also working on ‘Underground.’ The storyline follows slaves who plan to escape a Georgia plantation. Kanye is scoring the show — meaning choosing the soundtrack. Hmmm… Makes us think Yeezus but messing with this genius it could be anything..

Make everyday count — clearly Kanye does.

Stay Fly!

[Fly Girl Shayna]

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Ebro In The Morning: Common, Charles Hamilton & Method Man


Common, Charles Hamilton and Method Man all stop by Hot 97’s Ebro In The Morning show for exclusive interviews.

Check them out after the jump…

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140 Characters or Less: A Few Things You May Have Missed This Week



Some of y’all may have missed the FLY moments of the week, but no worries because we’ve got you covered! In 140 characters or less, we are going to fill you in on all the juicy drama you didn’t catch. Go ahead, take ta sip…

In 140 characters…

The Oscars + Kylie is moving out + Raheem D. gets steamy + Zendaya reads Giuliana + Kanye cries + more…



The Oscars: John Legend & Common Gives An Emotional Performance and Acceptance Speech [Video]

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Congratulations are in order for John Legend and Common who won an Oscar for Best Original Song last night from the film Selma!

After an emotional performance that brought many to tears, they took to the stage to use their acceptance speech as a platform to speak on the massive number of incarcerated black men in America, voting rights and the injustices people of different walks of life are struggling with everyday. Referencing powerful words from Dr. Martin Luther King and Nina Simone, check out their performance and acceptance speech:


Check out the full performance below:

Acceptance speech:


– StayFLY

[FLY Girl Cherri]



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FLY Performances: 57th Grammy Awards Beyonce, Kanye West, Sam Smith & More


Y’all catch the Grammy’s last night? They took us straight to church with some amazing duets of the hottest music from some of the hottest artists! RiRi, Yeezy, Pharrell, Yonce, MJB, Katy Perry and the list goes on and on. We were thoroughly entertained! Here are our favorite performances from last night.

Beyonce – ‘Take My Hand, Precious Lord’


Common and John Legend “Glory”

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Rihanna, Kanye West and Paul McCartney “FourFiveSeconds”

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Pharrell “Happy”

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Sam Smith and Mary J. Blige “Stay With Me”

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Kanye West “Only One”

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Hozier and Annie Lennox “Take Me to Church” and “I Put A Spell On You”

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Katy Perry “By The Grace Of God”

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Which performance was your favorite?


-Stay FLY


[FLY Girl Cherri]


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Watch: Ledisi Speaks About The Beyonce ‘Selma’ Controversy And Why She Didn’t Perform with John Legend & Common

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Ledisi on the carpet at The 57th Grammy’s (Jason Merritt / Getty Images Entertainment)

The uproar still continues as the public wants to know why Ledisi did not perform alongside Common and John Legend during their performance for this year’s Grammy’s ceremony, representing the iconic movie, SELMA. Instead, 20-time Grammy Award winner Beyonce belted out the lyrics of the spiritual, “Precious Lord, Take My Hand,” that Ledisi originally performed in the actual movie portraying gospel legend, Mahalia Jackson in the Martin Luther King, Jr. biopic.

When asked by reporter, ET’s Kevin Frazier as to “why she’s not singing the song?,” Ledisi says:

I don’t have a clue — but I will say, what I’m excited about is that I had the pleasure of playing an iconic figure in ‘Selma,’ and the song, “Precious Lord, Take My Hand,” it’s been going on forever – starting with the queen Mahalia Jackson, the queen of soul Aretha Franklin, then I was able to portray and sing my version of the song; and now we have Beyonce — I mean, her generation will now know this song — so now i’m apart of history. I look at it like that, instead of looking at it as a negative. To me, it’s a great, GREAT honor to be apart of a legacy of a great song by Thomas Dorsey.

When Kevin asked John Legend about the topic at hand, he says:

We were actually approached by Beyonce. She wanted to do an intro to our performance and introduce us,” Legend told Kevin. You don’t really say no to Beyonce if she asks to perform with you.

And this is why we LOVE Ledisi here at SFPL and fully support her! That was the most intelligent and mature answer that we have ever heard from any celebrity.

Great statement Ledisi! And you will hit that Grammy stage!


-Stay Fly!