Christmas has come all sorts of early for Beyonce fans. For, following the today’s release of her Pepsi commercial and the teaser for new single ‘Grown Woman’, a new snippet of her much debated Amy Winehouse cover has surfaced.

As earlier reported, King B has re-teamed with ‘Party’ collaborator Andre 3000 to tackle the late Londoner’s hit ‘Back To Black’ for new Leonardo DiCaprio movie ‘The Great Gatsby’ 

This morning brought with it a new trailer for the flick, which features teasers of music featured on its Jay-Z produced soundtrack – which also features Lana Del Rey and Fergie.

Take a listen to what Bey and Andre have cooked up in homage to Winehouse below…


After intense teasing and titillation, Beyonce has finally unwrapped her new Pepsi commercial – ‘Mirrors’.

The minute-long ad sees the superstar singer reliving her past and exploring her future while watching herself mirror dance tonew song ‘Grown Woman’. USA Today report that Pepsi believe that by the time the campaign ends the song will have been heard by more than 1 billion people worldwide.

What are you waiting for? Watch King B in action after the jump!


The stars came out to play at London’s ‘The Groucho Club’ last night, hitting the Soho spot to be met with fans as they met with fans outside.

In attendance, was One Direction star Harry Styles, former ‘T4’ present Miquita Oliver and chart topping Brit Pop royal Rita Ora, who can be seen posing it up with Styles above.

Arriving at the club weeks after returning from Japan, Ora was snapped arm in arm with Miquita shortly before work continues on her US debut, set for release in 2014.

Until then, peep more from her night out below!


Pop quad Little Mix sprung a surprise on fans today, unveiling the video for their latest single ‘How Ya Doin’ featuring the one and only Missy Elliott.

The playful cut, which serves as the group’s fourth single,  re-works the Missy-less version Platinum debut ‘DNA’.

Peep the high-octane clip below…



While fans of BET‘s hit Kevin Hart-led series ‘Real Husbands of Hollywood’ rejoiced at news the sitcom was renewed for a second season, that joy was short-lived with Hart’s confirmation that star Robin Thicke would not be returning to the second-go-round.

Speaking to our friends at HipHollywood, the ‘Laugh At My Pain’ performer addressed rumors that the show’s cast members were beefing, rumors that Robin was leaving, and more.

Candid as always, check below to hear Hart’s explanation…



It must be ‘everybody against Keyshia Cole‘ day.

For, after reports earlier today saw superproducer The Dream dish disparaging remarks about the diva, now ‘Superwoman’ singer Lil Mo has gotten fans riled up after she weighed in on Keyshia’s remarks regarding Beyonce‘s controversial single ‘Bow Down’.

Chatting with our friends at HipHollywood, the R&B songstress lent fiery comments to Cole – even offering the ‘I Shoulda Cheated’ chanteuse some suggestions on how to handle her Twitter account.  Tuck in below to hear Mo’s comments and tell us:  was she out of line?


Keyshia Cole is all sorts of vocal these days. Hence, it’s only fitting that she’s swift to clap-back when it comes to comments made about her. Case, point the what The-Dream said about her earlier today.

As reported, the hitmaker revealed that he has effectively blacklisted the singing reality star following public critiques she made about his “family” Beyonce and her buzz track ‘Bow Down’

Merely minutes after Dream’s declaration begun doing the rounds, Cole took to her trusty Twitter account to offer her two cents. Find out what she had to say after the jump…



It wouldn’t be the first time he’s rocked it, but today has seen Bruno Mars place the iTunes crown firmly on his head thanks to his new single ‘When I Was Your Man’.

Want to know how?

His not so secret chart weapon below…


When he isn’t editing Rihanna‘s pancake flat vocals in the studio, The Dream can be found crafting quality music alongside his long time friend Beyonce.

Responsible for 80% of the icon’s greatest hits, the Grammy winning writer has become as integral to her existence as an artist as Quincy Jones was once was to Michael Jackson.

Only right then, that he weighs in on the response to her Hit Boy produced jam ‘Bow Down‘. More specifically, why Keyshia Cole’s response to it will work to her disadvantage in the future.

His interesting words below…


Rihanna sure has “interesting” timing.

Proving that she has a competitive spirit rather than a competitive voice, the 25-year-old has unwrapped the teaser for her upcoming ‘777’ Fox documentary the same day her main chart rival released a teaser of her own. This coming less than a week after the model’s team slashed the price of her ‘Unapologetic’ LP in the UK — following resurgence of the said rival’s two-year-old album in the same country.

Calculated or coincidence? Peep the preview below and then let us know!


Iggy Azalea teams up with the genius that is Rankin to deliver a video for her song ‘Slo’.

Edited in black & white but nowhere near as interesting as the Rapper’s prior videos, the visual touches down as momentum for her new single ‘Work‘ continues to rise in the UK, enjoying rotation all of the nation’s major stations and rising up the charts with each passing week.

Caught Iggy mania?

Dive in below…


Much like our ‘Retro Rewind’ and ‘From the Vault’ segments, readers of That Grape Juice know what avid music lovers we are – especially of hits past.  So in a quest to re-spin the gems and jams of yesterday we introduced a new retrospective segment – ‘TGJ Replay’.

Unlike its ‘Rewind’ and ‘Vault’ predecessors, ‘Replay’ looks to dust off and showcase albums (and eras) from a library of pop music hits.  Today, we’ll reach out and touch the play button on Amerie‘s best-seller – 2005’s ‘Touch’


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