Professor Green Calls Off His Gig At University Of Warwick

As it has been reported, the rapper, singer Professor Green has called off his recent performance that was due to take place at University of Warwick. The British star, who received special acclamations for his 2010 hit singles like “Just Be Good to Green” and “I Need You Tonight”, was scheduled to give a performance at “Students Union”, Gibbet Hill Road on January 24, but has suspended the show because of “unforeseen circumstances”.

Rapper Professor Green Shows Energy in Birmingham Gig

Stephen Paul Manderson aka Professor Green is the most lovable rogue of all. He cancelled his Birmingham gig twice earlier but still managed to draw the crowd.

Professor Green makes a joke about slapping a fan, reports

Professor Green, the Brit rapper, is hitting the stage at the MOBO Awards 2014 tonight in Wembley, London, but recently the rapper has joked regarding hitting another rooter to make his life a little more rock and roll. Read All About It star, who is all set to make a come back to MOBO Awards with an appearance from Tori Kelly, spoke to a leading entertainment website and said that he does not reflect on things like that. He added what's happened to rock and roll? He does not understand why it became such a huge thing.


Emma Thompson admits being frightened ahead of Sweeney Todd West End appearance

Emma Thompson has stated that she had never been ‘that’ frightened as coming back to the stage at the beginning of this year after over 2 decades, and expects that she could beat the nausea when the program transfers to West End.

Ricky Martin sued by Luis Adrian Cortes over his 2014 World Cup song Vida

Ricky Martin, the Latin pop singer, is confronting a $US 10 million plagiarism lawsuit on his soccer World Cup 2014 track Vida. Luis Adrian Cortes Ramos, an aspiring artist and a former finalist on Idol Puerto Rico, claimed that he submitted his version of the song as a part of the SuperSong, a competition that Ricky and Sony Music executives started last year to search a new tune for FIFA World Cup in Brazil.