With just a week to go before Eminem unleashes new album ‘Revival,’ the Rap icon has unwrapped the project’s official cover.
And it wasn’t a low key affair.
Full story below…
Eminem is back and wasting no time signalling his return.
Next Friday brings with it the release of the Rap star’s 9th studio album ‘Revival’ and, as reported, he is bringing colossal cavalry with him (comprised of the likes of Pink, Beyonce, and Alicia Keys).
For his latest promotional stop, Interview Magazine, he teams up with a fellow superstar for a different of collaboration.
Elton John, who Slim Shady famously duetted with at the 2000 Grammys, interviews the Hip-Hop titan about a host of topics.
Together they discuss Em’s drug use and eventual soberness, new music, Donald Trump, touring, and much more.
Head below for pics and excerpts…
Leona Lewis and Fifth Harmony star Dinah Jane couldn’t come from more different arenas. However, the powerhouse pair unite in the spirit of Christmastime.
In a unique collaboration, the songbirds have hatched a stunning ‘Christmas Medley,’ comprised of classics such as ‘Silent Night’ and ‘Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas.’
We could rave on and on about how beautiful they sound, but why not hear for yourself. Unwrap their duet after the jump…
For much of Usher and Justin Timberlake‘s respective careers, the powerful pair have been billed as rivals.
And it’s not entirely hard to see why.
Indeed, they’re at the forefront of what it means to be a male Urban/Pop titan, have achieved colossal success, and, up until recently, both boasted images that defined clean-cut.
Now, after years of blazing their own trails, they may be teaming up.
Find out more below…
Jason Derulo journeys to the jungle in the video for ‘Tip Toe.’
The French Montana assisted jam is the latest offering from the singer’s upcoming ‘777’ album.
Much like predecessors ‘Swalla’ and ‘If I’m Lucky,’ the clip sees Derulo aim to stake his claim as a high-octane visual vendor.
Indeed, the vid is slick, glossy, and crammed full of choreography.
Mariah Carey has long called legend Patti LaBelle her godmother. And it’s more than a flowery title; it’s a role Ms. Patti takes super seriously.
During a visit to Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live to promote her infamous pies and new cooking show, the grandam diva was questioned about advice she’d give Mimi heading into 2018 and her response was rather telling.
See what we mean below…
Camila Cabello is strutting ahead to the January 12th release of her debut solo album.
Aptly christened ‘Camila,’ the set is preceded by global smash ‘Havana’ and buzz cut ‘Crying In The Club.’
Two new songs join the pre-release mix today – ‘Never Be The Same’ and ‘Real Friends.’ Both of which were made available
JaQuel Knight, the man whose ideas lie at the heart of Beyonce‘s videography, is talking.
For then and there Beyonce will storm the festival with a headlining performance fans are travelling far and wide from to see in the flesh.
Why Mr. Knight says their efforts are worth the trouble?
Dua Lipa is the one to watch.
Rising to the top of Brit-Pop’s ranks with her cool brand of catchy and conversation-cuts, the vocalist now finds herself on course to casting a Union Jack-coloured shadow over the likes of Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato in 2018 now she has set her sights on the U.S.
Why some fans are calling her the one to beat? Because she is.
‘Clumsy’ singer Fergie lived up to the title of her 2007 hit in more ways than one when she attended The Trevor Project’s TrevorLIVE L.A. Gala at the Beverly Hilton Hotel Sunday night in Los Angeles.
As has been making headlines since, onlookers reported the former Black Eyed Peas frontwoman appeared to be high on a little bit more than life she she crashed the stage not once, but twice over the course of the night’s festivities to go on unscripted rants.
In addition to the troubling scenes played out on stage, sources also noted bizarre behavior behind the scenes – occurrences leading the rumor mill to spin with whispers the chart-topper may be indulging in old habits [see: battle with crystal methamphetamine addiction].
See video from the event and judge for yourself:
After striking out with ‘Bad Things’ and introductory solo single ‘Crying in the Club,’ Fifth Harmony alum Camila Cabello is undoubtedly crying tears of joy after finally finding a sizable hit in ‘Havana.’ An almost inescapable tune on radio, the cut’s ascension to the Billboard Hot 100’s top 10 was also assisted on the back of impressive streaming and digital sales.
Combined, the song’s performance on the respective listening formats have kept it a mainstay at #2 (notching its 5th run in the rung this week) behind Post Malone‘s ‘Rockstar.’ Yet, while Malone has been able to keep ‘Havana’ at bay, what it certainly hasn’t done is slow its progress…
Camila Cabello’s “Havana,” featuring Young Thug, spends a fifth week at its No. 2 high on the Hot 100. It rises 3-2 on Radio Songs (115 million, up 9 percent); retreats to No. 2 after two weeks atop Digital Song Sales (54,000, down 36 percent); and holds at No. 3 on Streaming Songs (34.4 million, down 14 percent).
The additional stats above helped push the cut right into new certification terrain as it’s now crossed the double platinum threshold! As congratz ring about for Camila, see who join her in the top 25 of this week’s Chart Check: Hot 100: