Bob Marley Tribute At 2013 Grammys Features Rihanna, Bruno Mars and Sting, Video

Bob Marley tribute at 2013 Grammys features Rihanna, Bruno Mars and Sting, video below. The Grammys paid tribute to Bob Marley on Sunday with a segment featuring Rihanna,Sting, Bruno Mars, and the late reggae icon’s sons Ziggy and Damian. Mars opened with his own “Locked Out Of Heaven,” which gave way to The Police’s “Walking On The Moon,” and then a Rihanna-led group performance of Marley’s “Could You Be Loved.”


“I grew up listening to the Police. I grew up performing in bars, singing Police songs,” Bruno told MTV News in 2012. “I remember performing a song like ‘Roxanne,’ and you play those first couple of chords, and you hit that first note, and you watch the whole bar ignite.” Bruno went bigger than just blowing up a bar at the Grammys on Sunday night (February 10). He lit up the entire Staples Center, diving head-first into an electrifying version of “Locked Out of Heaven” during a retro performance worthy of a “Soul Train” special. Continue reading Bob Marley Tribute At 2013 Grammys Features Rihanna, Bruno Mars and Sting, Video

Is Miley Cyrus into Drugs?

We’re hoping that this Disney star isn’t going the way of Lindsay Lohan. Miley Cyrus hosted a birthday party for herself at the Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles last week. The cake? A tribute to Bob Marley. The teen sensation could’ve just let the buck stop there and have people assuming she was really into reggae or “one love.” But she took it a step further when she said: “You know you’re a stoner when friends make you a Bob Marley cake. You know you smoke way too much fucking weed.”

Rumer Willis and Kelly Osborne were among those in attendance at the party – so make what you will of the diversity of Miley’s choice in friends. Osborne has since taken to Twitter to defend her friend, but the source who leaked the footage said it’s common knowledge in Miley’s circle that she is, in fact a stoner.  Given that it’s an anonymous source, we’ll take that with a grain of salt. Still, there’s definitely something fishy – or should we say, hazy – going on here.