July 3rd marks the release of Chris Brown‘s new album ‘Fortune‘, the long awaited follow up to 2011’s ‘FAME’.

Already spawning the #1 single ‘Turn Up The Music‘, expectations for the LP are high…considering its year long campaign and undying support from the star’s ‘Team Breezy‘.

So, before he does what he does best at tomorrow night’s BET Awards, That Grape Juice asks:

How many copies do you think ‘Fortune’ will sell in its first week?


In a bid to generate attention for his new LP ‘Fortune‘, Chris Brown takes aim at chart topping maestro Drake in a remix to the smash ‘I Don’t Like‘.

Without further delay, get into the mess below…


Say hey to ‘Nathan‘, Azealia Banks’ fire starting jam lifted from her new EP ‘Fantasea‘.

Featuring Hip Hop vet Styles P, the ‘N-Bomb‘ riddled release also features the backing track from her earlier smash ‘Barbie Sh*t’, and enough heat to cement her status as the only new Femcee worth listening to.

Get into it below…


Though her performances say otherwise, it seems Rihanna does indeed rehearse for her live stage shows.

Yes, while she may be one picnic short of a biscuit on a vocal and choreography tip, recently released footage from her camp sees her try her best to learn the steps to her cut ‘Cockiness‘.

Peep her rehearsing for her European festival tour (which saw her hit Radio 1’s Hackney Weekend last week) below…


Underrated.  Just one of the many things often named with ‘1 Thing’ hitmaker Amerie Rogers.  Her humble beginnings may have found her lost in the shuffle of a new wave of early 2000s R&B belles, but the musical melting pot that was her debut album ‘All I Have’ quickly set her apart.  A melting pot, hinting at R&B, soul, pop, and hip hop, that seemed filled with almost as many diversities as the singer herself.

Led by the mid tempo ‘Why Don’t We Fall In Love’, fans quickly fell in love with this beauty’s varicolored vocal stylings, accented by layers of decorative harmonic arrangements.  A quality that would remain a distinct constant, yet misprized feature of her offerings.

However, it was the introduction of ‘1 Thing’, the lead single from the 2005 ‘Hitch’ soundtrack (Will Smith) and her sophomore album ‘Touch’ that saw R&B lovers really get in touch with her work…


Lady GaGa had the pleasure of meeting a number of fans last night, just as excited to meet her in the city of Melbourne.

Dressed in black and sporting what appears to be a dog collar the ‘Black Jesus’ stunner was snapped hours after debuting her latest cut ‘Princess Die’ in the city- welcomed with mixed responses.

It also comes after her long time gal pal Lady Starlight took to Twitter to dish on her new LP, telling fans that its sound ‘feels right’.

More from Melbourne below…


Feast your eyes on Rihanna– rocking the stage as last night’s Kollen Festival in Oslo.

‘Performing’ a number of her more recognizable hits, the ‘Happy Smeckday‘ star took to Twitter to thank her Norwegian fans for their support, tweeting:

More below…


Keyshia Cole’s latest cut, ‘Enough of No Love’, is almost ready to hatch but before its anticipated release,  the belter has teased fans with a snippet from the song.

The lead single pulled from her ‘Woman to Woman’ album, the Lil Wayne assisted jam will reportedly hit  iTunes at midnight, July 2nd.

So until then, get into the preview of ‘Enough of No Love’ below…


Kelly Rowland turns up the heat with ‘Ice‘, the first single pulled from her fourth studio album.

Featuring Lil Wayne, the scorching cut surfaced online seconds ago and we have to tell you… Kelly’s onto a winner with this one.

Not sure what we mean?

Get into its snippet below…


In what might be the most exciting news to hit Pop’s shores this month, Kelly Rowland is expected to release her brand new single ‘Ice’ today, in aid of her long awaited fourth studio album.

Featuring ‘Motivation‘ maestro Lil Wayne, the cut receive somewhat of a promo boost today when Rowland tweeted some of its lyrics, enough to garner a growing buzz for the cut.

Your lovin’ be givin’ me chills, you’re like ice.

Ice, ice baby, shake that thing just like dice baby.

So, taking the success of 2011’s ‘Motivation’ into consideration, That Grape Juice wants to know:

What are you expecting from the song?


What do you think it needs to surpass sales of Rowland’s earlier hits?

Weigh in below…

Channing Tatum‘s Summer sizzler ‘Magic Mike’ hits theaters nationwide today! {Click here to watch trailer}

And so as to celebrate its arrival, we want to know what your favorite songs to wind and grind to are!

Peep our list below…

1) Purple Rain – Prince

2) Red Light Special – TLC

3) Dance For You – Beyonce

4) Promise – Ciara

5) Lovers & Friends – Usher



This September, Lady GaGa is set to announce the name of her fourth studio album- one year after releasing its #1 predecessor ‘Born This Way‘.

Billed as ‘crazy’ by co-manager Vincent Herbert, the project- as is always the case with GaGa- is highly anticipated, perhaps more so than any of her previous releases.

For, despite ‘Born‘s initial success ( 600,00 units sold at full price in its first week), it has come on the receiving end of intense criticism, labelled ‘pretentious’ and ‘reductive’ for its literal and at times overproduced sound.

Now, it’s time for you to have your say.


Details below…


eXTReMe Tracker