February 27, 2012


News Notes: Blue Ivy Carter Steps Out & More

Alo Ceballos/WireImage
Alo Ceballos/WireImage

Blue Ivy Carter Is Ready For Her Close-Up
The world's most scrutinized infant made her first public appearance, enjoying lunch in New York's West Village. [Rolling Stone]

Beyoncé Working on Clothing Line
Blue Ivy's mom has been hard at work on House of Dereon, her joint clothing line with mom Tina Knowles. [Billboard]  

Fallon to Honor The Boss...
Starting tonight, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon will honor Bruce Springsteen with a week of performances from Kenny Chesney, Elvis Costello and Springsteen himself. [Billboard]

...While The Boss Honors Small Club
Springsteen surprised a fundraiser for the family of his personal trainer, who died earlier this month. The rocker played a six-song set, including "Rosalita" and "Soul Man." [Rolling Stone]

Odd Future Member Releases Free EP
Hodgy Beats released a free EP over the weekend, featuring production work from Three 6 Mafia's Juicy J and acclaimed producers The Alchemist and Flying Lotus. [NME]

The National Team Up With Dead
Members of The National will collaborate with The Grateful Dead's Bob Weir under the name The Bridge Session next month in California. [Rolling Stone]

Diddy Gets Dunked On
This is Houston Rockets' Chase Budinger dunking over Diddy over NBA All-Star Weekend in Orlando. That is all.