The star-studded event, dubbed TRYX OUT: NYC 2011, is set to take place on April 7 at New York City’s Best Buy Theater in Times Square. The Pink Friday rapper will take the stage during the show, which will also feature a live performance by hip-hop group The Roots.
Nicki couldn’t help but gush over the new tech gadget. “Casio sure knows how to design a camera,” she said. “I’m excited to be part of the TRYX OUT: NYC 2011 launch party and look forward to working together with Casio to make sure this camera gets the party it deserves! With a TRYX in my hand, there’s no doubt that I’ll be able to take incredible images and video on tour and beyond.”
Hosted by the former President, The Clinton Foundation’s Millennium Network inspires and encourages young students and activists under the age of 45 to get involved with the work of The Clinton Foundation, to address global challenges like climate change, childhood obesity and economic development at home and abroad.
Drake will perform at the gala, which takes place on March 17.
Ne-Yo has closed a deal with Cartoon Network to produce his own television show.
Ne-Yo told The Associated Press the cartoon will be called “I Heart Tuesdays” and Ne-Yo said production starts soon.
The show is about “a 16-year-old girl that inherits the curse of her bloodline and she’s forced to save the world from the unknown evil every Tuesday for the rest of her life.”
Ne-Yo reportredly created the show “for his sister.” Ne-Yo also revealed he’s putting together a line of hats.
The multi-talented singer/producer is also getting his Hollywood on as his new film “Battle: LA,” hit theaters Friday.