Quincy Jones

Grace Talks Hit Single “You Don’t Own Me,” Her Debut EP & Working With Quincy Jones: Idolator Interview

We spoke to Grace about breakthrough hit “You Don’t Own Me,” working with Quincy Jones and hanging with Nicki Minaj. Read more after the jump. More »


Quincy Jones On Michael Jackson’s ‘Xscape’: “It’s About Money”


The Morning Mix: Quincy Jones Doesn’t Want To Be Compared To Kanye



Snoop Dogg (And His Blinged-Out Mic) Get Funky On ‘Letterman’


Amy Winehouse Records A Classic While T-Pain Ruins One


The “We Are The World 25 For Haiti” Video



Simon Cowell And Quincy Jones Plan Haiti Charity Singles


Michael Jackson Finally Laid To Rest

58233574More than two months after his passing, Michael Jackson was buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, Calif., yesterday. About 200 people attended the funeral service, including a Time reporter who noted that the proceedings had their own appropriate set design, namely a “‘Thriller’-esque moon tinted orange by the smoke from the nearby forest fires.” Thanks? The Jackson family’s post-funeral release, detailing the proceedings and the attendees (which included Elizabeth Taylor and Lisa Marie Presley, among others), after the jump. More »


Quincy Jones Hoping To Plug “Vibe” Back In

10mvr77Shorty after yesterday’s announcement that the hip-hop/R & B magazine Vibe had folded, Adrienne Samuels Gibbs at EbonyJet.com rang up the magazine’s founder, Quincy Jones. And he already had a plan: “I’m trying to buy my magazine back now,” Jones told Gibbs. “They just messed my magazine all up, but I’m gonna get it back. You better believe it, I’m’a take it online because print and all that stuff is over.” More »



“Vibe,” R.I.P.

coverVibe, the urban-culture magazine founded by Quincy Jones in 1993, is ceasing publication, according to media reporter Jeff Bercovici (who confirmed the news with an assistant to editor-in-chief Danyel Smith). The mag had announced that it would be reducing its publication schedule, adding a gossipy offshoot, cutting workweeks to four days, and raising subscription prices earlier this year. [Daily Finance via The Awl] More »


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