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‘Toxic.’  That’s how singer Ariana Grande described her relationship with ex-boyfriend Mac Miller.

‘The Way’ creators, who went public with their relationship in 2016, made headlines earlier this month when it was announced they’d quietly split (click here to read more on that).  Now, they’re back in headlines after Grande responded to a fan who criticized her for breaking up with the rapper and suggesting she’s the reason he relapsed on his sobriety and drunkenly drove his car into a utility pole.

See her fiery response to the insinuation below:


Is the #MuteRKelly campaign 30 years too late?  There’s one person who definitely thinks so;  R. Kelly.

The R&B legend is seen in a recently surfaced video addressing the ongoing campaign – supported by fellow celebrities, industry insiders, and music lovers alike –  calling for the removal of his music from popular streaming platforms.  Weeks after the hashtag first began making its rounds, Spotify, Pandora, and Apple Music all answered the call in favor of his detractors (click here to read more).

Unsurprisingly, his supporters struck back by helping boost his streaming numbers on the platforms who continue to play his music. With all the hoop-la continuing, the ill-timed video suggested that Kelly directed his ‘too late’ comments to his most recent accusers.  His team says he was referring to the music platforms who have abandoned him.

What do you believe?  See the shocking video inside and weigh in:


She may have slammed her stint on and any chance of return to ‘American Idol’ to hell and back when quizzed (click here to read more on that), but that certainly hasn’t impacted pop icon Mariah Carey‘s willingness to lending constructive critiques to fans covering her most vocally challenging songs.

Teaming up with ‘Glamour’ magazine for the online segment ‘You Sang My Song,’ Carey comes as the latest in a slew of high profile pop stars (see:  P!nk, Katy Perry, more) to assess a collection of Youtube acts covering their songs.  With fans – affectionately called #Lambs – taking on the likes of classics ‘Always Be My Baby,’ ‘Hero,’ and more, look inside to see a flawless Mimi give her review on the up-and-coming singers’ attempts:


Will the third time be the charm for Z2 – the sophomore effort of pop crooner Zayn?

The bid for a chart-topping single saw his soaring, Sia-assisted ballad, ‘Dusk Till Dawn,’ peak in the UK chart’s top 5 while its follow-up, ‘Let Me,’ peaked at #20.  Neither fared nearly as well on US charts.

Now, conceptually picking up where ‘Dawn’ left off, the former ‘One Direction’ star has unveiled ‘Entertainer.’ A Drake-inspired breakup anthem, the 25-year-old unveils a not-so-family friendly music video (see: strippers) to assist the cut’s climb up charts.  Will it do the trick?

You tell us:


The #BardiGang undoubtedly rejoiced at news Cardi B was set to drop not one, but two music videos this month (click here to read more) to keep the momentum of her chart-topping debut album, ‘Invasion of Privacy,’ continuing its invasion of the Billboard 200’s top 10.

Now, just two days after dropping the long-awaited visual to ‘Be Careful’ (co-starring Keith Carlos), the hit rapper’s unveiled a sneak peek at the forthcoming accompanying video to ‘I Like It.’  The tune, which features J. Balvin and Bad Bunny, has already proven itself a fan favorite ahead of the forthcoming clip as evidenced by its top 10 debut.

Will a video help it surpass its #8 peak on the Hot 100?  Take a look at a preview and let us know what you think:


The hard-working creative Kelis is a very affluent woman.

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As Azealia Banks’ new single ‘Anna Wintour‘ glides to glory on Spotify, the entertainer has offered fresh thoughts on her short-lived friendship with Remy Ma.

Fans will remember that Ma stunned Banks’ fans when she published exchanges they’d shared about Nicki Minaj and others via text.

This week, Azealia has revealed that she wishes Remy had listened to the career advice she gave her during their private conversations and that she believes her hatred of Minaj is fuelled by the fact that she “may be a closeted lesbian.”


Christina Aguilera‘s ‘Fall In Line’ video has arrived.

The empowerment anthem, which features Demi Lovato, has been serviced as the lead release from Xtina’s hotly anticipated 8th studio album ‘Liberation’ – which lands at retail and streaming services on June 15th.

Embracing the cinematic, Aguilera and Lovato draw on the futuristic in their visual exclamation mark o the song’s potent lyrics.

What are you waiting for? Check it out after the jump…


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

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

Next up is ‘Obsessions,’ which features the following tracks:

R.O.S.E [Obsessions]

1. Real Deal
2. Petty
3. Not My Ex
4. Four Letter Word

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


Lauryn Hill is heading to the United Kingdom!

Awesome new for the entertainer’s fans in the market below…


Joseline Hernandez is in control.

As a number of her ‘Love & Hip Hop‘ co-stars find themselves running in the same lowbrow spot for ratings, the Puerto Rican princess sets her sights on higher ground by signing a brand new deal that will see her stand tall as the captain of her own ship.

Good news for the star’s fans below…


Childish Gambino is reportedly in talks to play a super villain in the next chapter of Ryan Coogler‘s ‘Black Panther.’


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