If you’re anything like us then the July 1st premiere of ‘Power’s season 5 can’t come soon enough.

The series – led by Omari Hardwick, 50 Cent, Joseph Sikora, Lela Loren, and Naturi Naughton – has been a consistent ratings champion for its home network, STARZ, since its 2014 debut and the anticipation for season numero cinco suggests that won’t change any time soon.

Already picked up for a season 6 before the first episode of its fifth (click here to read more on that), catch up with Ghost and the gang via this recently unveiled trailer:


With ‘Culture II’ hits – ‘Stir Fry’ and the Drake-assisted hit ‘Walk It Talk It’ – both walking right into the top 20 of the Hot 100 (the latter after a little help from its ‘Soul Train’-inspired music video that can be seen by clicking here), rap trio Migos is still far from resting on their laurels.

Also found aboard the Birdman-led ‘Before Anythang:  The Cash Money Story’ soundtrack, the Atlantan emcees can be heard contributing the synth-soaked song ‘F*cking Up Profits.’

Produced by Buddah Bless, the cut may not see them stray too far from their usual topics lyrically (heauxs, stuntin,’ etc.),but sonically it is more akin to West Coast hip-hop than their Grammy-nominated trap-tinged offerings of releases past.

See what we mean inside:


The Weeknd surprised fans over the weekend when he dropped an unexpected EP, ‘My Dear Melancholy.’

The six song set, highlighted by production from the likes of Mike WILL Made-It, Skrillex, Frank Dukes, and more while only boasting one feature courtesy of French DJ Gesaffelstein, quickly shot to the top of digital sales tallies (where it currently sits as of time reported).  And, with all chart placement factors considered – sales & streaming – the project has been predicted to easily top the Billboard 200 as well (click here to read more on that).

In a bid to ensure a lengthy distance between himself and his nearest competitor, the 3-time Grammy winner has teamed with Spotify to exclusively offer the mixtape’s first two videos – ‘Call My Name’ & ‘Try Me.’  See them both inside:


“I’m swaggin’, I’m swaggin’, I’m swaggin’, I’m swaggin’”

From The Vault skews racy this week with Keri Hilson’s edgy ‘The Way You Love Me.’

A love song of a different kind to say the least, ‘Love Me’ was included on Keri’s sophomore effort ‘No Boys Allowed’ in 2010.

At the time, the Rick Ross assisted jam was quite controversial due to its no hold barred lyrical content. Indeed, in many ways the song dually served as a braggadocios account of her bedroom gravitas and an emphatic instruction manual for her male companion.

For Hilson though, the main message was one of female empowerment – something she stressed many times in promotional interviews.


The formidable Laurieann “Boom Kack” Gibson directed the fiery visual. With cameos from JoJo, Dawn Richard, Columbus Short and Faith Evans, the video managed to solidly capture the essence of suggestive tune. Guns, frantic choreography, and scant outfits made it more than clear: the new and improved “Ms Keri Baby” had arrived.

[Sidenote: It’s mind-boggling how tame this plays today compared to the jaw-dropping response that greeted this on release.]


We’re scratching our heads at how 8 years have flown by without any new Keri material. It’s been teased in earnest, but we hope to see a return in the coming months of an artist who seemed to be on the cusp of something big.

Ready when you are, Keri.

Your thoughts?

The Weeknd shocked fans on Friday with the surprise release of new EP ‘My Dear Melancholy.’

Hailed for serving as a throwback to Abel’s earlier sound, the project is the first taste of new material from the Canadian crooner since 2016’s ‘Star Boy.’

In the time since Beyonce’s 2013 “digital drop,” many have followed-suit with varying results. How did The Weeknd fare? The first week sales forecasts are in, so head below to find out…


Rihanna‘s glorious discography has seen her secure a record that’s unlikely to be matched or outperformed anytime soon.

Brilliant news for the singer/songwriter below…


Next Sunday is to bring with it the first part of ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s latest reunion.

On its menu? A fresh look into the season’s storylines and the ever-changing dynamics of the ‘Wives’, their husbands and pot-stirring pals!

What cast member Sheree Whitfield has to say about what fans can expect?

Find out via an informative interview with E! below….


The demise of Iggy Azalea‘s career has harmed more than her sales. For, this year has seen her reveal that her fall from grace has caused celebrities she thought were her friends to reject and ignore her.

Full story below…


The Weeknd may have cause to celebrate after surprise releasing new EP ‘My Dear Melancholy,’ but he’s conversely caught up in a court case. And it all surrounds the trademark of a name.

Full story below…


Shame and disgrace has befallen the once beloved rapper Fabolous now that footage of him berating the woman he is accused of assaulting has surfaced online.

In the harrowing footage below, the star can be seen clashing with the mother of his offspring Emily B and her father before he said to have knocked out two of her teeth and making terroristic threats.

An unfortunate scene below…


Welcome to Retro Rewind, the TGJ original feature built to celebrate TV and Film’s comedic past.

Today, in honour of Nickelodeon’s brilliant history, we revisit its hit African-American show ‘Cousin Skeeter‘ starring Robert Ri’Chard & Meagan Goode.

The series was created byPhil Beauman,Brian Robbins and Alonzo Brown and soared onto the platform on September 1st 1998 with help from Bill Bellamy who voiced Skeeter.

Ready to take that journey to the past?

Watch below…


Move over ‘Braxton Family Values’ because there’s reportedly a Braxton family drama brewing and it’s getting intense.

Full story below…


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