Ludacris' longtime GF Eudoxie is turning a blind eye to her BF's infidelities that produced a kid ... because she's still determined to marry him.
Sources close to the couple tell TMZ, Eudoxie forgives Luda for impregnating baby mama Tamika Fuller. Luda claims they were on a break when he hooked up with Tamika. Sound familiar, Dwyane?
We're told Eudoxie -- who's been dating Luda since 2009 -- is emotionally hurt, but she too is taking the position they weren't a couple at the time of conception ... even though their Instagram suggests otherwise.
As for Ludacris' impending child support battle with Tamika, we're told Eudoxie will make sure the rapper supports the kid like a responsible father.
If this really happens, it could be a truly legendary Grammy performance.
Pitchfork quote unnamed sources who have “confirmed” that Daft Punk’s Grammy performance will feature Stevie Wonder, Pharrell, Nile Rodgers, and the Random Access Memories session players Chris Caswell, Nathan East, Omar Hakim, and Paul Jackson Jr. This will be the French duo’s first live show since releasing their hit-laden fourth studio album.
As previously reported, Daft Punk are nominated for five Grammy Awards, while Kendrick Lamar got seven nominations. The Grammys air Sunday, January 26, on CBS.
UPDATE: Do Androids Dance points out (via Harder Blogger Faster) that RAM session drummer Omar Hakim mentioned in an interview that was uploaded on December 19 that he would be plying live with Daft Punk at the Grammys alongside Stevie Wonder, Nile Rodgers, and Pharrell. Watch the video below.
The wait for a new single, or some form of track, from Grammy Award winner Usher Raymond won't be long.
According to RCA CEO Peter Edge, Usher has been working hard on some "really outstanding music" and fans can expect to hear it when "The Voice" returns this Spring on NBC.
"Usher is in the studio making what I think is one of his best records. It’s really outstanding. He’ll have a record to tie in with The Voice when he returns in the spring," Edge told Hits Daily Double in an interview focusing on RCA's year in 2013 and what's to come in 2014.
As previously reported, Usher has already tapped Pharrell for his new album, which will be a follow up to "Looking 4 Myself" (2012). That album featured the hit singles "Climax," "Scream" and "Lemme See."
"The Voice," featuring Usher as a coach, returns Feb. 24 on NBC.