Lana Del Rey, Kali Uchis and Jhene Aiko are hitting the road…together.
Yes, it’s happening.
Good news below…
With the release of Pink‘s new album ‘Beautiful Trauma’ just two weeks away, the Pop rebel is giving another taste of the hotly anticipated set.
This time it’s the LP’s title track.
Speaking on the song, the star said:
“I wrote the song with a very awesome person, Jack Antonoff, and named the album after it b/c life is f*cking traumatic. But it’s also incredibly beautiful, too. There’s a lot of beauty still and beautiful souls. Enjoy”
Take a listen below…
Christina Aguilera fans are growing frustrated with the lack of music from the singer.
It’s been five years since the release of her last album ‘Lotus’ and each passing year has been characterised by no material, scant updates, and unkept promises.
But it appears the vocal wonder isn’t resting on her laurels.
See what we mean below…
After enjoying the taste of a lucrative deal with their sponsors, Pepsi, pop singer Tinashe is now on the receiving end of an endorsement from the NFL.
Insert ‘Light the Night Up’ – a 70’s inspired, electro-dance track composed by VonLichten and Hitmaka. The tune, as confirmed by T herself, has been named the official promo tune for Thursday night football!
Hear it inside and weigh in:
Just a day after reports surfaced the city of Chicago will move forward with demolishing the legendary house depicted as the ‘Winslow family home’ in hit 90’s series, ‘Family Matters,’ Entertainment Weekly unveil photos of the original cast reunited for an epic photo shoot…and we are SHOOK!
That’s right, with reboot rumors already swirling since Jaleel White (Steve Urkel) stirred them last year, the entire cast (sans ‘Judy’ portrayed by Jaimee Foxworth and ‘3J’ portrayed by Orlando Brown) banded together for a “must see” set of photos sure to get tongues wagging at talk of their return to screens (in some format).
Have you been missing the gang of Steve, Laura, Eddie, Harriet, Carl, Ritchie, Waldo, and more? Well, hop on down to see the glossy shots inside:
A successful run of tour dates in North America in support of their self-titled fifth and final album had TLC fans in Europe all the more excited for the duo’s arrival on their shores.
Set to touch down in Germany, France, Ireland, and more starting in mid-October, that anticipation was dashed, however, when the group’s members took to Facebook to announce the postponement of those shows due to a severe neck injury its lead singer, T-Boz, has sustained.
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JAY-Z is bringing out the cavalry for the TIDAL x Brooklyn extravaganza.
The line-up for the show, which is taking place to raise funds for those affected by the recent hurricanes in the States and beyond, has been announced and is jam packed with star-power.
Jigga leads the bill and is joined by the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Chris Brown, Cardi B, DJ Khaled, Remy Ma & Fat Joe.
Find out who else will be taking to the stage at New York’s Barclays Center on October 17th below…
Although the noughties (2000-2009) boasted of chart-topping hits from the likes of Mariah Carey, Aaliyah, Janet Jackson, Beyonce, Shakira, Alicia Keys, Fantasia, Ciara, Mary J. Blige, Jennifer Lopez, Ashanti, and more, as of last week Rihanna was the only woman of color to see her name printed in the top slot of the Billboard Hot 100 this decade.
Nabbing four of those entries in one year (2010), the 8x Grammy-winner sprinkled chart-toppers across the six years that followed by her lonesome and alongside top-selling rappers Eminem, Drake, T.I., and more. Now, with the ascent of rapstress Cardi B’s breakout hit, ‘Bodak Yellow,’ Rih can finally enjoy some company.
As we reported here, B – thanks to a surge of support from fans via digital downloads, streams, and radio play – unseated Taylor Swift‘s blockbuster hit, ‘Look What You Made Me Do,’ to become this week’s chart champion. The money move not only made her the first female rapper this century to top the Hot 100 without a feature act, but also comes with a host of other achievements including becoming the second woman of color this decade to occupy the chart’s summit.
Check out Nicki Minaj!
The rapper sizzles a-front of the 20th anniversary issue of XXL Magazine.
Onika is one of several major names who snagged covers for the special edition, with others including Wiz Khalifa and Diddy.
The spot comes after the top 10 success of Minaj’s collaboration with Yo Gotti – ‘Rake It Up.’ It also arrives amidst anticipation for her long-awaited fourth studio album, which is reportedly due later this Fall.
Are you amped for new Nicki? As ever, let us know below…