Last year Trey Songz dropped two new projects one which was the mix tape "lemmeholDatBeat2" and the album "Anticipation II".  Starting next month, it's going down.  Trey will embark on a 18-day run with the "Anticipation 2our" featuring Big Sean on February 9th.  Best of all....there's a date close to home!

Speaking of tours, Young Money's Tyga is gearing up for his.  It's been a long time coming, he finally dropped his highly anticipated LP "Careless World: Rise of the Last King this past Friday.  So, he'll be busy for the rest of the year as he heads out on a 41-city trek.  Press play and get Trey and Tyga's dates close to home.

In quick news, Etta James was laid to rest this weekend.  Hundreds of family, friends and fans came out to bid her farewell.  Also, Gayle King sat down with "CBS This Morning" last Friday and had a few things to say in regard to Oprah being baby Blue Ivy Carter's Godmother.

We all know, ain't know party like a Diddy party, cause a Diddy party just don't stop.  BUT, it's gonna cost ya!

And the cost for the tickets to his latest party, will go down in history as one of his most expensive.  Find out how much he's charging per ticket and why.

Plus, Chad Ochocinco is getting ready to participate in his very first Super Bowl this weekend and to celebrate he bought his entire team a little memento.  Get all the details now, press play for Tha Wire: 


Rev. Jesse Jackson is reportedly asking to meet with the president of The Recording Academy, the organization that actually puts on the Grammys.  Why?  Because of the cuts to it's Grammy categories.  Word is, Rev has also raised the possibility of protests and with the awards less than two weeks away.....that's probably gonna be a problem.

The Rev. sent a letter to president and CEO Neil Portnow, and basically expressed his dismay over the Academy's decision last April to cut it's categories from 109 to 78.  Rev. Jackson's letter stated that he's been speaking to several members in the entertainment community and who asked that his organization "meet with you urgently to express our concerns and to see if we might help resolve this conflict and allow the Grammy to do what they do best".

So, you'll know of some of the categories dropped was Zydeco and Cajun music.  In addition to that, men and women compete against one another now instead of being put in same sex categories.  The Academy maintains that the changes were necessary to make the awards more competitive.