Drake sprung a surprise on the masses moments ago by premiering the official remix to N.E.R.D and Rihanna‘s single ‘Lemon.’

The rapper’s rendition of the ‘No_One Ever Really Dies’ jam was unwrapped on this evening’s edition of OVORADIO.

With the original managing a #40 peak on the Billboard Hot 100, can Drizzy gift ‘Lemon’ more chart juice?

Listen below and let us know…


Demi Lovato‘s ‘Tell Me You Love Me Tour’ pulled into Brooklyn last night and brought with it a special guest – Iggy Azalea.

The pair took to the stage together to perform the rapper’s newest single ‘Savior.’

In its original form, the song features Quavo, but Lovato helped put a fresh spin on the jam.

Check out their showing below…


Jessie J continues to make jaws drop with show-stopping performances on Chinese show ‘Singer.’

Now in its tenth week, the series – which pits celebrities against one another – saw the British belter take on Celine Dion‘s ‘My Heart Will Go On.’

A gifted vocalist in her own right, Jessie had the tall task of nailing one of the most vocally demanding songs in history’s songbook.

How did she do?

Find out below…


Tank, Trey Songz, & Ty Dolla $ign work overtime at the body shop for the video to their joint R&B hit, ‘When We.’

Much to the delight of fans, the song – originally featured on Tank’s 2017 ‘Savage’ album – got the remix treatment from Ty and Trigga on Valentine’s Day 2018.  Winning hearts and other body parts since then, the trio of heartthrobs have finally lifted the hood on the tune’s accompanying visual.

Having already hoisted the song to #79 by his lonesome with the biggest streaming figures of his career, the assistance of this clip (already earning thumbs up from critics) could help Tank earn his first top 50 placement on the Billboard Hot 100 since 2007’s ‘Please Don’t Go.’

Look below to let us know if you agree:


It’s finally time for Tinashe.

After years of delays, the singer will at long last release her sophomore album ‘Joyride’ next month.

Details below…


Just one week remains until Toni Braxton unleashes her eighth studio album ‘Sex & Cigarettes.’

And to further whet appetites, the R&B icon has unwrapped the scintillating title-track.

A haunting slow-burner, the song finds a scorned Braxton lamenting over her lover coming home smelling of… sex and cigarettes.

When describing the LP holistically, the 50-year-old assured that it’d be grown, sexy, and unapologetic. And this song highlights that in earnest.

Take a listen below…


Chris Brown and Lil Dicky may have taken the comical approach with their new single ‘Freaky Friday,’ but the song’s success is no joke. It’s legit.

Full story below…



Charli XCX, the Brit-Pop star who co-wrote Iggy Azalea‘s ‘Fancy’, has been “cancelled” by thousands of fans this morning after footage of her appearing to use the N-word surfaced online.

A bad look for a promising artist below…


As entertainment hot spots go, few are as prestigious or enduring as Las Vegas.

However, over the last decade, Sin City has experienced a transformation within itself.

Once deemed the desert where seasoned careers tread for their ultimate sunset, the strip was given a bolt of lightening when a succession of contemporary chart titans strutted onto the scene and shook things all the way up.

Celine Dion set the precedent with her 2002 residency ‘A New Day’ and again with her 2011 ‘Celine’ show – which is still going strong today (with a growing total gross of over $200 million).

In the years since, Vegas has welcomed the likes of Britney Spears (‘Piece Of Me’), Jennifer Lopez (‘All I Have’) and Mariah Carey (‘#1 To Infinity’).

More recently, Lady Gaga revealed that she’ll turning up the heat at the MGM Park Theater with her own show. The as yet untitled special sets sail at the end of the year.

With many tipping Mother Monster to deliver the best results yet, the names and numbers she’ll have to top have now been revealed.

Head below to find out who’s currently ruling the roost…


Toni Braxton is strutting ahead full steam to the release of brand new album ‘Sex & Cigarettes.’

The LP, which serves as the diva’s eighth, arrives March 23rd via Def Jam and is preceded by singles ‘Deadwood’ and ‘Long As I Live’ – with the video for the latter being due imminently.

Ahead of its premiere, the 50-year-old has shared a behind the scenes look from its set.

Joined by sisters Tamar and Towanda Braxton, the songstress dusts off her dancing shoes for step-heavy choreography.

Peep the preview below…


It may have fallen out of the iTunes chart due to poor sales, but Cardi B’s latest single ‘Bartier Cardi’ is making serious bank in the United States.

Good news for the mother-to-be below…


Hitmaker Naughty Boy has crafted smashes for the likes of Beyonce and Sam Smith. Now though he’s expanding his focus to the talent of tomorrow.

The 33-year-old Londoner has teamed with Shake Shack and Monster Products to launch an innovative campaign designed to discover creatives from the across the spectrum. Singers, songwriters, producers –  Shack Sounds is open to all.

Unsigned artists and talent between the ages of 16-35 years old are invited to enter their music for a chance to enrol in the program. Naughty Boy will then select five finalists who he will nurture and develop in preparation for their live performances.

We caught up with the the star to discuss the project, his work with Beyonce, shaking things up on Cheryl‘s upcoming album, his own LP ‘Bungee Jumping,’ and much more.

Head below for our chat with Naughty Boy…


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