Well, the break up of Big Sean and Ariana Grande might be even messier than the break up of Big Sean and Naya Rivera. It has just been a few days that the rap star and pop star Ariana Grande have just broken up for a few days and already there are tales defending one side from the other.
Very recently, sources have said that the twenty-seven year old stated that it was Grande’s immaturity which triggered the end of the relationship. But those who listened to the Problem singer’s side, this is not really the case.
As per insiders, the problem that finished their relationship was when the Blessed star rapped about her “billion dollar pussy” — it is actually his words. An insider told that Ariana was not really very comfortable with the lyric. In fact she was really embarrased about the whole thing. She believes that his former love Big Sean was treating her like a piece of meat. In fact, the singer’s grandmom even asked her regarding the lyrics and what he actually meant by that. Read more »
Lasers, screaming prog-rock guitars and flames might not appear like Christmas, but the Trans-Siberian Orchestra made an explosive event a doubtful holiday tradition. The singularity of this fifteen year old tradition is not lost on the Trans Siberian Orchestra’s lyricist, composer and creator Paul O’Neill.
According to reports, O’Neill told that it is a bit mind boggling. He has never could have thought that it would have gone on and got this huge. And the mind-boggling, huge band comes back to Tulsa later this week, and this time with a new show which fans have been wanting to watch on the stage for years.
The Christmas Attic would be performed by the Trans Siberian Orchestra at BOK Center, on Thursday. Doors would open at 6:30 pm. Tickets are priced at US$ 41.50 to US$ 73.50 along with fees and are available at the site bokcenter.com. You can also book by giving a call at 866-7-BOK-CTR or at BOK Center box office at the Third Street as well as Frisco Avenue.
The Christmas Attic is the 2nd album unveiled by the Trans Siberian Orchestra. The album, in 1998, was the 2nd in Christmas Trilogy as well as the only one which has yet to be made in a stage production. The band has had huge success along with several other albums, so mixing things up for a whole new show might have been quite risky.
O’Neill added it is about a kid who goes into an attic where people have been throwing things for decades, if not centuries, and anyone who has been in an old house with an attic knows it’s filled with all kinds of treasures.