Lil Mama is back and showcasing her ‘Shoe Game.’

The fiery femcee ditches her tomboy image and stages quite the transformation in the clip, which also sees her dancing up a storm.

Word is that the song is lifted from Mama’s new album – her first since her 2008 debut ‘VYP (Voice of the Young People).’

Mama’s ‘Lip Gloss’ popping, now get all the way into her ‘Shoe Game’ after the jump…


As sloppy roll-outs go, few can rival Ashanti‘s “new” single ‘Say Less.’

Released last November, the track’s video arrived six months later in April.

And now, with June in reaching distance, she’s finally pounding the promo pavements in a bid to ignite the song on the charts.

Stopping by FOX‘s Good Day LA with a duo of dancers, the former first lady of the INC served up the cut’s first live performance.

How did she do? Watch below for the answer….


In 2017, the respected attorney Phaedra Parks was asked not to reprise her role in the hit series ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’ after it emerged that she was behind claims that her co-star Kandi Burruss had joked about assaulting their mutual friend Porsha Williams.

Hidden from viewers was a deeper layer of the story which saw Carlos King, one of its producers, named as the man who allegedly used Parks and Porsha to weave the lie into the show’s storyline in a bid to hurt Burruss who he was said to be feuding with.

Now it appears that this fact has lifted some of the weight Parks was forced to carry alone and seen her return to the series.

Full report below…


Robin Antin may have found a performer to front her Pussycat Dolls reboot!

Stung by yet-to-be proved claims that she forced the group’s original members into a prostitution ring, the revered creative is now planning to revive its concept with a new set of girls.

Said to be leading the way?

Pia Mia.


A new documentary set to shine a bright light on R. Kelly‘s alleged abuse of little girls & grown women has bagged a major deal this month.

Good news for its producers…bad news for the self-proclaimed Pied Piper.

Why? It’s set to impact at least 17 million viewers…in the United States alone.


Cruel. Sickening. Nasty.

These are just some of the words to use describe Kanye West‘s decision to license a horrific photo pulled from Whitney Houston’s bedroom after an alleged “episode” and use it to promote Pusha T‘s brand new album.

Full story below…


Jessie J has spent this week rolling out her new album ‘R.O.S.E’ – dropping four EPs which together make up the unique project.

To celebrate the arrival of the final part, the Essex bred belter stopped by ‘The Late Late Show With James Corden’ to perform ‘Queen.’

Jessie was joined by her fellow royals from the song’s video for the performance.

Watch the moving showing below…


Jessie J has kicked off the unique roll-out of new album ‘R.O.S.E.’

This week, the vocal wonder released a new EP a day – all four parts of which make up her hotly anticipated LP.

Last up is ‘Empowerment,’ which features the following tracks:

R.O.S.E [Empowerment]

1. Glory
2. Rose Challenge
3. Someone’s Lady
4. I Believe In Love

Take a listen to the set below, which – like the project more broadly – is executive produced by DJ Camper.


DJ Mustard may be best known for cranking out some of Urban music’s biggest bangers over the last 5 years, but the 27-year-old hitmaker is showing off his diversity with the EDM-flavored, ‘Anywhere,’ featuring vocals from Pop sensation Nick Jonas.

Reportedly featured on Jonas’ yet-released fourth album, the follow-up to 2016’s ‘Last Year Was Complicated,’ ‘Anywhere’ is said to draw inspiration from the Drake‘s and The Weeknd‘s of the music world (per the singer himself).

Ahead of joining forces to perform the tune live at the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards (June 18), look inside to see what Nick & Mustard cooked up:


While her lengthy catalog of hits had already seen her leave her nearest competitors, Madonna and Rihanna, in her rearview as it related to top 40 placements overall, Taylor Swift‘s latest hit – ‘Delicate’ – has only helped cement the distance.

A slow burner in comparison to the success of its ‘Reputation’ predecessors, the Max Martin-produced cut leaped to #36 this week and, in the process, gave the pop princess her 56th top 40 entry.

A historic feat, look for details below:


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For the few who needed reminder that Janet Jackson still had “it” (even at 52-years-old), that notice was served at the 2018 Billboard Music Awards when the pop icon popped, locked, and dropped it all across the MGM Grand Garden Arena stage in Las Vegas on May 20 (click here if you missed it).

And, while the showing may have drawn its lowest viewership this decade (click here for ratings), those who did view the spectacle – namely Jackson performing a medley of her top hits – had no problem extending their praise for the singer to social media, streaming outlets, and digital sales forums.

Click inside to see just how much of a sales bump the beauty saw:


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