The first ever authorized recount of the life of Whitney Houston finally found its way to theaters this weekend (July 6).

Featuring interviews from the late pop icon’s family (including her mentor Clive Davis, brothers, mother, sister-in-law, and more), the film – which had already won rave reviews and notoriety from Cannes Film Festival – followed that acclaim with a number of thumbs up from respected critics across print and online publications.

Now, with its wide release opening weekend behind it, the Kevin MacDonald-directed flick has finally garnered the acclaim that matters most:  its commercial response. Look inside to see just how much the film raked in over the weekend:


Tyra Banks has good news for fans of the movie ‘Life Size.’

Eager to find out what it is?

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Lupita Nyong’o has signed up to star in the next serving of the ‘Charlie’s Angels‘ story alongside Kristen Stewart and Naomi Scott.

Brilliant news below…


Insecure’ returns to HBO this summer for its third season.

Issa Rae‘s wildly popular dramedy has resonated with audiences thanks to its frank take on the Black millennial experience – especially romantic relations.

Ahead of its August 12th comeback, an extended two-minute preview has been released featuring many of the show’s much loved cast.

If you’re needing your ‘Insecure’ fix as much are we are, then what are you waiting for? Watch the lengthy look at season 3 after the jump…


Drake is bulldozing the competition on the Billboard tally and shattering records in the process.

The rapper’s ‘Scorpion’ album was always bound for chart glory, but the persistent question centered on how big could he bow.

Well, Toronto’s superstar has answered back in emphatic fashion.

Head below for the full story on his chart stronghold…


Arista Records, the original label home of megastars such as Whitney Houston and Usher, is back.

Sony Music CEO Rob Stringer made the announcement today.

Details below on the return of one of the most prestigious imprints in music after the jump…


‘Orange Is The New Black’ returns to Netflix on July 27th!

Now in its sixth season, the popular prison drama will uncage new episodes after a slightly longer stint off-screen.

And upon its comeback, it’s all new everything for the ladies of Litchfield. For, as viewers of last season’s finale saw, the famed prison is no more.

After a riot gone-wrong, the inmates were removed from their dwelling and seemingly split and sent to different destinations.

While fans will have wait to see the fates of Taystee (Danielle Brookes), Piper (Taylor Schilling), and Crazy Eyes (Uzo Aduba), Netflix have unleashed a first look trailer that shows that there’s a heavy dose of drama incoming.

Peep the explosive preview below…


London may be experiencing dizzying heat this week, but nowhere was hotter in the capital than the 2018 Wireless Festival. 

The annual extravaganza, which once again returned to Finsbury Park for a three-day stint, played host to performances from the likes of J.Cole, Stormzy, Rick Ross, Giggs, Davido, and Migos.

Few, if any, however could rival the rapturous response that greeted surprise guest Drake. 

Currently riding the wave of success with his blockbuster ‘Scorpion’ album, the Toronto titan had been rumored to make an appearance after Sunday headliner DJ Khaled dropped out due to “travel issues.”

Revellers were clearly elated with their replacement given the thunderous response which greeted his arrival on stage at the apex of Giggs’ performance.

Though brief, Drizzy’s set masterfully magnetised all in attendance, who in unison belted out smashes such such as ‘God’s Plan’ and ‘Nice For What.’

With music’s reigning royal closing out the multi-day spectacle, it made for a fitting climax to Urban music’s most resonating festival.

Check out pics below…


After many a murmur, it has been confirmed that Beyonce and Jay-Z are two of several titans lined up to headline the 2018 Global Citizen Festival in South Africa.

Full story below…


Janet Jackson used her awe-inspiring performance at last night’s ‘Essence Festival’ to honour the life of her father…the late Joe Jackson.

The omnipresent musical force passed away on June 27th and is survived by a family now led by Janet and her mother Katherine.

How the stage-blazing icon paid tribute to her old man?

Watch below…


The Ghanaian performer Stormzy has, along with Rita Ora and Ed Sheeran, played a sizeable role in pumping over £197 million pounds ($262 million) into Warner U.K’s bank account.

Brilliant news below…


Action movies, much to the annoyance of their fans, are often snubbed by the Oscars in favour of hard-hitting and melodramatic pictures.

However, if the Marvel execs behind ‘Black Panther‘s marketing have their way, that’s all set to change…this year.

Full story below….


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