Congratulations are in order for Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. For, the couple have reportedly welcomed their third child.
Justin Timberlake is marching on to the February 2nd release of new album ‘Man Of The Woods.’
Touted as one of the year’s most anticipated releases, the set is being supported by the singer’s headline slot at the 2018 Super Bowl Halftime Show and upcoming world tour.
Thus far, ‘Filthy’ has served as the sole taste of the LP; though new track ‘Supplies’ is said to be due this Friday.
Before then, JT has unwrapped a behind the scenes look at the recording of the project – which was almost entirely produced by Pharrell Williams, Timbaland, and Danja.
Check it out after the jump…
The 60th Annual Grammy Awards are right around the corner and organizers for this year’s instalment are pulling out all the stops to ensure the milestone is marked in a major way.
One facet of that are the recordings that are being inducted into Grammy Hall Of Fame.
Moments ago, the list was announced and Whitney Houston leads the pack.
When That Grape Juice spoke with ‘Love & Hip-Hop’ creator Mona Scott Young, she promised that the Miami branch of the franchise would be bringing something new to the table.
And, after just three episodes, it’s clear she meant it.
Indeed, viewers have observed a different aesthetic, different sound, and different storylines. The latter of which includes the playing out of a gay love triangle – between rapper Bobby Lytes (Trina’s cousin), Jeffrey, and Malik.
The move, which some have hailed as brazen for depicting more variety as pertains to gay men, has generated critique from some corners of the net. Namely homophobes.
See what we mean below…
‘Sorry Not Sorry,’ the lead single from Demi Lovato‘s sixth album, ‘Tell Me You Love Me,’ is still enjoying much love from radio and streaming outlets some 6 months after its release. First impacting charts in July 2017, the Oak Felder-produced cut is still in the top 20 on the Hot 100 and showing no real signs of slowing down.
In an effort to introduce the masses to other hit-worthy gems from the LP, Lovato is taking her powerhouse chops on the promo trail in support of ‘Love Me’s second single – its title track. With a peak of #53 on the Billboard Hot 100 to date, we’re certain live showings much like that on ‘Ellen’ today will serve as just the bids needed to push the tune into the top 40.
Don’t believe us? Look inside and see for yourself #ICYMI:
The stars shine bright for one of Urban entertainment’s biggest calendar nights – the NAACP Image Awards! Broadcast live on TV One from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in beautiful Pasadena, CA, the event – which honors the year’s best offerings from people of color in categories of film, music, television, and literature – tapped funnyman/actor Anthony Anderson as its host this year.
But, before the coveted trophies were handed out, look inside to see who “won” the red carpet’s best looks!
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Contrary to stan folklore, Keri Hilson‘s career was on a high before the start of her lengthy hiatus.
Though forced to watch her brand take a beating following her decision to hit out at Beyonce, Keri saw pure sales of her music soar to new levels with the release of her sophomore album ‘No Boys Allowed.’
Today, the singer has received more proof that the general public is still in love with her music.
Good news below…