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Singer Mariah Carey continues her promotional tour. The songstress has been making appearances on several talk shows to promote her forthcoming E! docu-series “Mariah’s World”, and yesterday she made an appearance on ‘Live With Kelly” to discuss her new reality show, changes to her Las Vegas residency and her latest headline grabbing parties. It was pajama day so Carey conducted the interview in a green lingerie ensemble. Kelly and her guest co-host actor Jussie Smollett even played “Humming With The Host”, where the two hummed one of Carey’s hits and she had to guess the song. Two weeks ago, Carey visited WWHL for a  jovial interview. Singer KeKe Wyatt packs her powerhouse vocals on her latest #KeKeCovers installment, creating a paradise for listeners with her amazing voice. Previously, Wyatt had covered “I’m Going Down” by Mary J. Blige/Rose Royce, “I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston, “Love On Top” by Beyoncé, “Diamonds” by Rhianna, “Oui” by Jeremih and “Diamonds And Pearls” by Prince. KeKe Wyatt’s latest single “Rated Love” is available on iTunes. Former “America’s Got Talent” inaugural winner Bianca Ryan is still an ambitious individual achieving success ten years later, not only singing, but songwriting and acting as well. Her journey has been one filled with many peaks and valleys, but the singer says she wouldn’t have it any other way. She began her career in the arts at an early age by taping dancing at the age of three and she also won numerous talent shows for dance in tap, ballet and jazz. Although she became known for her vocal prowess, singing wasn’t her first passion. The love for singing was inspired by her father, a guitarist and singer who toured with gospel artists. She is currently working on an EP that she hopes to release some time this year. She describes the EP as one having songs that will inspire and motivate people. Producer/arranger/conductor Quincy Jones once said Ryan would be the next revolution in the music industry. She’s well on her way and no doubt, the best is yet to come. The Golden State Warriors lit up the Orale Arena in Oakland last night as they defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder. As Steph Curry and company advance to the NBA Finals to take on Labron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers, several notables reacted to the victory, a straight game three win for GSW who bounced back after a losing streak against OKC at the start of the series. Rapper Big Sean, DJ Premiere, singer Peebles and rapper Lil B The Basegod are among those who tweeted responses to last night’s win. Earlier this month, news broke of a super group featuring three fourths of the group Rage Against The Machine, along with Public Enemy’s Chuck D, and Cypress  Hill’s B Real. Today, Prophets of Rage formally announced it’s existence along with its first show. The new band will make its live debut at the Whiskey A Go Go in Los Angeles. Tickets go on sale at 10:00 local time and can be purchased at the venue’s box office. Following an opening set from Public Enemy’s DJ Lord, the show is scheduled for a 9:30 pm start time. Proceeds from the show will go to PATH, a California based family of anti-homeless agencies. The Rage members on board, which include guitarist Tom Morello, bassist Tim Commerford and drummer Brad Wilk, will perform songs from their band’s own catalog along with Public Enemy’s and Cypress Hill’s, in a addition to new music. They’ve enlisted the rallying cry #MakeAmericaRageAgain.

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