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Watch: Mary J. Blige’s Interview With Hillary Clinton [Full] #ICYMI


Despite seeing its official teaser met with teasing from social media users earlier this week, Mary J. Blige‘s interview with Hillary Clinton is chock-full of hot button subject matter that’s by no means a laughing matter.

Discussing everything from women’s rights to police brutality against African Americans, the Queen of Hip Hop Soul – a very vocal supporter of Clinton – let the launch of her Beats 1 talk show, “The 411” (named in honor of her 1992 debut album), be a platform for the presidential hopeful to discuss her plan to tackle those controversial issues should she be elected to office.

Clocking in at approximately 30 minutes, watch the lengthy, but “must see,” interview below:


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Britney Spears Weighs In On Ariana Grande’s Impersonation Of Her: ‘I’ve Heard Better’


Nicole Scherzinger, Ciara, and even longtime “rival” Christina Aguilera have all lent notable impressions of pop princess Britney Spears over the years.

But, when it comes to relative newcomer Ariana Grande, who took to ‘SNL’ earlier this year to show off her best impersonations of Rihanna, Shakira, and – you guessed it – Spears, it appears the ‘Work B*tch’ singer feels Ari’s reenactment of her unique Grammy winning vocals could use a little work…b*tch.

Relive the moment and read Spears’ criticism below:


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New Song: GTA ft. Tinashe – ‘All Caught Up’


Electronic music duo GTA have tapped the dynamic vocals of rhythmic stageblazer Tinashe to bring out the best of their new single ‘All Caught Up.’

The fourth release from their debut album ‘Good Times Ahead’ (October 7), the energetic pop tune sees T show off her oft-underappreciated vocal chops and, from where we’re standing,  hopefully serves as indication of where she’s headed on her ‘Joyride’ LP once it drops later this year.

Until we get its official date of release, get caught up in ‘All Caught Up’ below:


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Stream: Solange’s New Album ‘A Seat at the Table’


Has it really been four years since we got a collection of new tunes from the ever-talented Solange?

Well, that long wait just came to an end with the debut of her latest set ‘A Seat at the Table.’  Announced just days ago, the new album – which features appearances from Lil Wayne, The Dream, Q-Tip, Kelly Rowland, and soultress Tweet (among others) – is a 21 track affair gifted to music lovers courtesy of Saint Records/Columbia.

Keen for a taste of what the eclectic singer’s been cooking up? It awaits inside:


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Watch: Britney Spears Dishes On Creating ‘Glory,’ Her Dating Life, & More With ITV


Fans of pop diva Britney Spears couldn’t be more thrilled at the singer’s willingness to take the traditional promo approach with her 9th album, ‘Glory’ (a luxury not afforded to its predecessor, ‘Britney Jean’).

After lighting up the VMAs, iHeartRadio Music Festival, and Apple Music Festival, the singer took to Dan Wootton of ITV’s ‘Lorraine’ to discuss the creation process behind ‘Glory,’ her uber-successful Las Vegas residency, and her dating life.

In need of a Britney fix?  It awaits below:


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New Song & Video: Jennifer Hudson – ‘Best Day of My Life’ #MaketheFuture

Singer Brings Her Energy To Shell-Sponsored Energy Campaign


Jennifer Hudson is one of many music stars who has teamed up with Shell for the new #Makethefuture event – a campaign designed to celebrate the the new ideas of young energy entrepreneurs.

A collaborative effort that sees a melting pot of voices, including Hudson, Steve Aoki, Luan Santana, Yemi Alade, Tan WeiWei, and Pixie Lott, join force to add their collective twists to the tune ‘Best Day of My Life.’

Curious to know what the mixture sounds like?  Find out below:


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Laila Ali Suffers Backlash After Saying She Doesn’t OPENLY Support ‘Black Lives Matter’


Her father, Muhammad Ali, may have been celebrated for his tireless activism efforts against racial inequality, but Laila Ali prefers to take the silent approach – or at least that’s what was implied during her recent sit down with ‘Huffington Post’ Live.

On the promotional train to increase awareness about her forthcoming stint on the Arnold Schwarzenegger-hosted ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ (January 2017), the boxing champ was hit with questions about footballer Colin Kaepernick and her thoughts on the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement.

“Yes, black lives matter. Yes, white lives matter, asian lives matter. All lives matter,” she said. “And that’s kind of what my focus is. But it’s hard because, you know, you’ve got sponsors and you’ve got this and you’ve got that. And you don’t want to step on anybody’s toes. And you’re trying to be politically correct, but at the same time trying to uplift your people.” – Ali, 2016

The response above set off a chain reaction of criticism.  See some of it below:


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