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Bryson Tiller Performs ‘Exchange’ Live On ‘Late Night’

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Bryson Tiller’s platinum-paved journey took him to ‘Late Night‘ last night.

It was there, as work begins on his next studio album, did he make his network television debut with a performance of his single ‘Exchange.’

Catch him in all his ‘TRAP SOUL’ glory after the jump…

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BET Awards 2016 Nominations Announced: Drake, Beyonce & Rihanna Lead

Extravaganza Airs June 26th Live From The Microsoft Theater

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It’s that time of year again!

The BET Awards 2016 are set to air live from the Microsoft Theater at L.A Live on Sunday June 26th.

As always, all eyes are on who’ll be up for nominations at Urban music’s biggest calendar night.

Well, wonder no more. For, the nominees list has been revealed. Drake – whose ‘VIEWS’ era has been all sorts of a win – leads with a mighty nine, Beyonce and Rihanna lead with five apiece and Adele even earned an honor.

The full list awaits below…

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Emotional: Celine Dion Opens Up About Life After Husband’s Death

Superstar Sits Down With ABC's Nightline

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With just days to go before Celine Dion is honored with the Icon Award at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards, the superstar singer sat down with Nightline to discuss the piercing loss of her husband.

Rene Angelil, who also served as her career-long manager, died five months ago following a hard-fought battle with throat cancer.

Hailed as a titan of talent, Dion has had to serve as a tower of strength for the couple’s three children – all the while coming to terms with his death herself.

In a revealing interview, the ‘My Heart Will Go On’ belter tells all.

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The heart-wrenching sit-down awaits below…

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Report: Gwen Stefani Tour Stifled By “Horrifying” Sales

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Gwen Stefani‘s latest tour has reportedly been rocked by what some are calling “horrifying” ticket sales.

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Bounce Back! Beyonce’s ‘Lemonade’ Set Top UK Chart Again

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British Beyonce fans are drinking up new album ‘Lemonade’ by the gallon.

A chart-topper upon its release almost one month ago, the visual LP has in recent weeks had to take a step back to make room at #1 for Drake’s ‘VIEWS.’

Yet, based on current data, Queen Bey’s only view come next week will be atop of the Official UK Album Chart.

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Impact! Beyonce’s ‘Lemonade’ Gifts TIDAL 1.2 Million New Users

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Competition within the streaming arena is heating up thanks to a series of major album exclusives.

For Jay Z’s TIDAL, it was the release of his wife Beyonce‘s ‘Lemonade’ LP that really positioned the platform as a plausible player.

The controversial project landed on the service first in the form of a stream and was released to retail 24 hours later. As at writing, it remains a TIDAL-only property on the streaming front.

Today, data released by the service, unveiled just how profitable said moves have been.

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From The Vault: Kelly Rowland – ‘Comeback’

When not helping newcomers chase their destiny, Kelly Rowland has carved out quite the solo career of her own comprised of R&B bops.

Today we salute one of the star’s most underrated gems ‘Comeback’ in this week’s From The Vault.

Featured on the diva’s 2007 sophomore effort ‘Ms. Kelly’, Scott Storch and Pooh Bear produced the track with Rowland lending a helping hand with the lyrics.

Though lined-up to follow the album’s lead single ‘Like This’, it was scrapped and replaced by global smash ‘Work (Put It In).’
Still a visual was shot and quietly surfaced online.

Lensed by Philip Andelman, the visual didn’t quite capture the ferociousness of the song – but made a commendable attempt.

Oozing all sorts of swagu, Rowland showcased arresting sass and proved herself a magnetising performer. Our only gripe is the glaring lack of “proper” choreography, which for a dance jam like this is both criminal and a clear case of corner-cutting.
The obvious politics at play in Kelly’s career at the time continues to irk us til this day – especially lack of push for ‘Comeback.’ It fit like a glove into the mix of what was musically dominating at the time (ie: Justin Timberlake’s ‘My Love’) and presented her as the solo force she is. Again, irksome.

That said, with a new album on the way, we hope this child of Destiny continues to up the ante on the performance front. Because in today’s visual age, artists have become more empowered than ever to swing the pendulum in their favour by delivering captivating output that can’t be denied.

Ready when you are, Kelly.

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