Alexandra Burke has officially announced her comeback to the music arena.

It’s been six years since the vocal wonder released her last studio album, but the wait ends this Spring because the 29-year-old has unveiled her third studio offering ‘The Truth Is.’

And fans of the singer will be glad to know that news of new music comes paired with dates for a like-titled tour.

Details below…


‘Scandal’ is back for its 7th and final season.

Over the years, the Kerry Washington led show has boasted some of the most dramatic twists and turns in TV history and its swan song promises even more.

Forming a central part of the revived TGIT (Thank God It’s Thursday) block of programming, the political drama looks set to go out with a bang. A consolation, no doubt, for fans sad to see the show go.

Watch a sneak peek preview of episode 9, titled ‘Good People,’ below…


ABC hit ‘How To Get Away With Murder’ is back for a firework filled-fourth season.

The legal drama, which stars Emmy winner Viola Davis, follows a group of ambitious law students and their brilliant criminal defence professor.

Last season brought with it a countless list of shocking twists (including a major death) and the newest instalment is already delivering a whole lot more.

It all makes for a riveting watch. And like millions, we’re all sorts of hooked hooked!

Peep the preview of episode 10 of season 4 – titled ‘She Keeps Secrets’ below…


After fans pressed the snooze button on ‘Wake Me Up,’ the Lil Kim-assisted introductory single from Remy Ma‘s long-awaited new album ‘Seven Winters & Six Summers,’ the rapstress is looking to cast her spell on the Billboard Hot 100 with a new song – ‘Melanin Magic.’

Featuring Chris Brown, the horn heavy cut samples Mint Condition‘s iconic 90’s hit ‘Breakin My Heart (Pretty Brown Eyes)’ and – as ever – features Ma’s envied slick, yet hard-hitting delivery.

Is this just the hit she’s been waiting on?  Listen inside and let us know:


Blac Chyna‘s quest to punish the Kardashians for the part they may have played in killing her TV career has hit a dead-end…for now.

Full report below…


Tinashe is back!

After sitting out much of 2017, the starlet is back with ‘No Drama’ – the first of a three song taste of new album ‘Joyride.’

Migos star Offset joins the 24-year-old on the jam, the video for which dropped moments ago on TRL.

Watch ‘Nashe dance up a storm after the jump….


“Black Card Revoked” episode 101 – Tony Rock. (Photo: Karen Ballard/BET)

Boasting a decorated resume that reads of success in comedy, TV, film, writing, and production, Tony Rock has long established himself a force in the entertainment industry independent of his legendary big brother, Chris Rock.

Now, with over 20 years of bringing the laughs across those various platforms, the younger Rock shows no signs of slowing as the opportunities keep rolling in.  Most recently making headlines for being tapped to host BET’s new game show, ‘Black Card Revoked’ (premiering tonight at 10/9c), Tony sat down with That Grape Juice to dish on the hilarious new venture and even chat about a few controversial topics too.

Shunning censorship of his comedy in a PC era to not exactly being a fan of male internet comedians wearing wigs, look inside to see how Mr. Rock kept it all the way real in this exclusive interview:


Big Ang, the beloved star of the controversial show ‘Mob Wives‘, finds herself at the heart of a brewing storm years after her untimely death.

For, after learning that some of her cast mates were readying a reboot, Angela’s family have stepped forward to reveal that the kind, warm and loving grandmother was bullied by her supposed friends in the weeks before her death.

Waiting below?

A shocking account of Ang’s time on the series by her younger sister Janine.

Press play…


Looking forward to the ‘Sister Sister’ reboot?

Well…we have good and bad news.

Details below…


NERD’s ‘No_One Ever Really Dies’ is to receive an epic promo boost!

Fantastic news for fans of the act’s live show below!



Readers of That Grape Juice know what avid music lovers we are – especially of hits past.

So, just as our retrospective features ‘From the Vault’ and ‘TGJ Replay’ allow us the chance to re-spin the gems and jams of yesterday of one artist, our newest feature Chart Rewind – a variation of our current Retro Rewind assay – accedes salutes to an entire era of music history.

This week we’ll exhale to the sounds of ‘Breathe Again,’ the second single from Toni Braxton‘s mega-successful eponymous debut album.  A worthy successor to the singer’s inaugural Hot 100 top 10 hit, ‘Another Sad Love Song,’ ‘Breathe’ – written and produced by serial hitmaking trios Babyface, L.A. Reid, and Darryl Simmons – was launched to U.S. outlets in summer 1993 and was a runaway hit.  Eventually peaking at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week 23 years ago, the tune’s radio reception and sales sailed it right to a Gold certification with the RIAA.

Going on to become the most successful single from her debut album, the song’s continued domination of charts led it to a top 10 placement on 1994’s Billboard Hot 100 Year-End charts.  Look inside to relive the magic of the fan favorite and see who joined Toni in the top 25 this week that year:


Stefflon Don is ready for her Stateside close-up.

The rising star, who hails from the UK, brought her flavoursome sound to ‘The Late Late Show With James Corden’ last night for what served as her first major US TV look.

Backed by dancers and full band, the British-Jamaican belle blazed the stage with her top 10 smash ‘Hurtin’ Me.’

Watch her in action after the jump…


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