Traci Braxton is ready for round 2!

The third eldest of the Braxton clan stepped out for her first taste of solo shine with 2014’s ‘Last Call’ (click here to watch) and now – four years after seeing its parent album, ‘Crash & Burn,’ set R&B charts ablaze – is ready to call on fans again for support of the follow-up.

Taking to the hit WeTV series ‘Braxton Family Values’ to tease, “Traybird” teamed up with her legendary, Grammy-award winning sister Toni Braxton (as well as Trina and Towanda) to assist with the first taste of what that follow-up will sound like.

Ready for ‘Broken Things’?  It’s ready for you…inside:


With little advance notice rap god J. Cole has blessed fans with his fifth studio album, ‘KOD.’

Announced and previewed earlier this week with an impromptu New York show (click here to read more than that), the project comes as the highly anticipated follow-up to 2016’s chart-topping ‘4 Your Eyez Only.’

To date, every album Cole’s released has hit #1 on the Billboard 200.  Will ‘KOD’ keep the trend going?  Watch the album trailer inside before listening to it in full!  Tell us what you think:


She’s back!

Nearly two years after introducing her faithful fans (affectionately called #Arianators) to the gems found aboard her tertiary album, ‘Dangerous Woman’ (see:  ‘Into You,’ ‘Side to Side’ featuring Nicki Minaj, and many more), Ariana Grande‘s returned with the copiously teased tune, ‘No Tears Left to Cry.’

The high octane cut not only show Grande flexing those oft-envied vocals, but also sees her continue her scrumptious synthesis of pop & Urban sounds that have lined her past offerings.

A shoo-in for top 10 status once radio gets it hands on this ear candy, is her latest run at chart success just what she needs to get her hands on that ever elusive Hot 100 #1?  Listen inside and let us know:


Photo courtesy: GQ

With claims of “inauthenticity” and “appropriation” aplenty, the center of Iggy Azalea‘s fall from grace has not been centered around poor promotion or musical missteps (as most of her releases BANG), but instead have been concentrated on race and culture.  This idea, the rapstress asserted in a recent sit down with GQ magazine, is not far from her gaze – even if she doesn’t talk about it.

Just a day after making headlines for taking to ‘Paper’ magazine for one of her most politically charged interviews yet (click here to read more on that), the Grammy-nominee continues to shed light on hot topics such as ‘Black Lives Matter,’ Black culture, and how her connection to the concept is not only deeply rooted in the story of her life, but also far from fabricated.

Will her impassioned plea fall on deaf ears?  Read inside and see the stunning photos that accompany the tell-all interview:


“Sorry seems to be the hardest word…”

Self-proclaimed Queen of All Media Wendy Williams has experienced a royal dragging on social media for two days straight after she incorrectly asserted legendary gospel group, The Clark Sisters, did not have a #1 hit and needed to ‘step their game up’ (click here to read more). The all out backlash – enacted by the gospel community and its supporters – lit up the talk show host’s Twitter mentions and even sent the group to #1 on iTunes as a show of support (click here to read more).

Now, as an extension of an olive branch to the ‘You Brought the Sunshine’ singers and their fans, Williams has extended an opportunity for them to appear on her show and perform the song.  Hear it from her lips inside:


Kanye West has been the bearer of ample good news today and his stream of announcements continues. With the latest pertaining to Teyana Taylor. 

Full story below…


Kanye West has the industry abuzz about his new album and he’s just dropped major info surrounding the set. Including a few surprises.

Dive below for details…


It’s been two years since Prince passed away and any folk hoping for criminal ramifications will be disappointed today. Because it has been announced that no criminal charges will be filed.

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J.Lo’s fountain of slay shows no signs of drying up anytime soon.

Proving that she’s the definition of endurance, Jennifer Lopez stuns a-front of TIME Magazine‘s annual 100 Most Influential People issue.

A multi-hyphenate talent, the 48-year-old has seen her career go from strength to strength on the back of major diversification of her brand. Indeed, beyond music, she’s upped her acting activity with shows such as ‘Shades Of Blue,’ has got her executive producer hat on with projects like ‘World Of Dance,’ and her endorsement game is unrivalled.

In her feature spread, La Lopez is profiled by ‘Scandal’ actress Kerry Washington.

Check out what she had to say about he stage blazer below…


It’s finally time for Ariana Grande fans.

The songbird officially announced new single ‘No Tears Left To Cry’ this week and tonight brings its highly anticipated debut.

‘Cry,’ which will reportedly arrive with a Dave Meyers directed video, is Grande’s first release of fresh material since the Manchester terrorist attack at her ‘Dangerous Woman Tour’ last year; a tragedy which left 22 dead.

After a lengthy unveiling, the track’s official cover has surfaced. Check it out above.

Head below to see what one UK media personality who heard the song had to say:


Congratulations are in order for Destiny’s Child star Michelle Williams.

For, the songbird has announced her engagement to boyfriend Chad Johnson.

Details below…


The Clark Sisters have new reason to sing “what the devil meant for evil, God turned it around for my good” (as proclaimed in their #1 hit ‘Blessed & Highly Favored’).

Just a day after talk show queen Wendy Williams was slammed to the high heavens for suggesting the quartet “step up their game” for not having a #1 single on the gospel charts (which is untrue as they have multiple toppers on the tally), the legendary ladies learn their last album – 2007’s ‘Live One Last Time’ – has topped sales tallies one more time.

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