music-notes-clip-art-png-139835101453Last night, the nation watched as President Barack Obama gave his farewell address just a week and a few days before he officially leaves the White House as the sitting President. For many, it’s a sad feeling, but there’s also a feeling of appreciation as he and his family leave the highest office in the land with class, style and dignity. Singer/songwriter Tank is obviously one person who has the feels: last night, during the speech, he uploaded a video of him expressing how he feels about President Obama leaving office, in his own humorist way, of course. The clip shows the crooner launching into his hit single “Please Don’t Go.” The clip is worth watching. Following singer Mariah Carey’s less than steller New Year’s Eve performance, someone vandalized her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame with a question mark, according to TMZ. Drawn in ink, a question mark follows her name as if questioning her star power following the New York City disaster. However, the vandalism has been cleaned by the Hollywood Historic Trust for $1,500. Law enforcement pulled surveillance video in their search for the suspect, and a representative of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce contacted the Los Angeles Police Department to inform them that someone on Instagram took responsibility, according to TMZ. The suspect faces a felony vandalism charge. As singer Trey Songz prepares his comeback effort “Tremaine”, the crooner wants to make a free project available to a select few of his New York City based supporters. Early this morning,  he announced via Twitter that he will be sharing his “Anticipation 3” mixtape, a collaboration with his artist MIKExANGEL, with fans who report to the Paramount Plaza at 5 p.m. today. The Virginia bred artist, whose first effort “Just Gotta Make It”, was his breakout hit, will release “Tremaine”, his first project since 2014’s “Trigga” and 2015’s “Trigga Reloaded”, this year. The announcement comes after a rough holiday season for Songz, who was arrested last month following a concert in Detroit. He was charged with a felony count of assault on a police officer, causing injury and misdemeanor aggravated assault. Many, including celebrities, are preparing for President elect Donald Trump’s inauguration next week in many ways, but rapper Snoop Dogg may have the most unique one. Prior to his Tanqueray Gin event, Snoop Dogg announced that he plans to roast anyone who performs at Trump’s ceremony. For weeks the Trump camp has been unable to secure high profile performers for his inauguration ceremony, which  currently includes Jackie Evancho, Big & Rich and Cowboy Troy. Back in 2011, Snoop Dogg participated in “The Comedy Central Roast of Donald Trump”, dropping quite a few jabs in the process.