He's had one heck of a year so far.  Bobby Brown, started the first part of his year with loss of the love of his life, Whitney Houston.  It's been rough, but he's getting through it.

Life is looking up for him in spite of Whitney's tragic death, for starters he's been on the road with a hugely successful tour with New Edition.  He and his longtime girlfriend are going forward with plans to tie the not on Fathers Day and now, he's gearing up to drop a new album.  Speaking of which, here's his new single "Don't Let Me Die" dedicated to Whitney.

For more details on his new album, what it's called and win it drops, scroll down and listen to Tha Wire.  In other news, Love & Hip-Hop season 3 is getting ready to return to VH1.  Like the last two seasons, it's going to be full of drama.  However, it wont include some of the same players nor will it be in the same place.

Plus, 50 Cent is amping up his efforts to help the less fortunate.  Teaming up with the makers of his headphones, Fif is hoping to feed a lot of people.  By the way hear why Donner Summer died and who she leaves behind.  Get all the juicy details now.  Press play to hear Tha Wire now: 


I got some bad news for the fans of BET's "The Game".  It will never be the same!  Pooch Hall and Tia Mowry's characters will not be back!!!!  All good things come to an end.

BET Networks has issued an official statement regarding Pooch Hall and Tia Mowry's future on 'The Game" and this is what they said, "After five seasons on The Game, Pooch Hall and Tia Mowry will not return as regular cast members on season six on BET Networks. While we will miss the incredible adventures of Melanie and Derwin on The Game, we appreciate all of their hard work, the laughs and wish them both the best on their future endeavors. "  So, it looks like this is pretty official.

As you can imagine, BET is gonna have to make a lot of changes, especially because those two are the main characters.  Speaking of which, BET is in the process of reworking the casting and storyline of the show.

That being said, it looks like season six will continue to feature the remaining cast Wendy Raquel Robinson, Coby Bell, Hosea Chanchez, Brandy Norwood and of course, Barry A. Floyd.