Zara Larsson and Tinashe?
Hit the link below to find out how and why the promising performers may be on their way to joining forces for new music below…
It’s evident Kylie Jenner has one of the world’s most devoted fan bases.
After reports surfaced the 20-year-old, the youngest of the Kardashian clan, had amassed a $900 million fortune in just a few years thanks to her cosmetics empire (click here to read more on that), a group of her devoted followers sprung into action with hopes of giving her the boost she needs to become the world’s youngest self-made billionaire.
And, as Forbes continues to draw criticism for referring to the mom-of-one’s forthcoming billionaire status as “self-made,” her fans are courting even worse tongue lashings for working to make that projection a reality.
With the release of her fourth studio album, ‘Sweetener,’ just weeks away, Ariana Grande is driving her promo runs into overdrive in its support.
Ahead of premiering a Madonna-assisted video for the set’s latest single, ‘God is a Woman’ (click here to watch), Grande was spotted striking a pose a-front ‘Elle’ magazine (click here to see more). There, she not only dished on the Manchester bombing, ‘Sweetener,’ and more, but – as has been revealed in behind the scenes footage – gave fans a sneak peek at one of its gems, ‘R.E.M.,’ and played an ‘Encore’-inspired game that saw her sing the likes of Whitney Houston, Celine Dion, and more.
No stranger to tributing some of her favorite divas over her short career, click inside to hear it all:
Are the cast and crew of MTV’s hit sketch comedy series, ‘Wild ‘N Out,’ colorist? Ask rapstress Azealia Banks and she’d say yes.
Taking to Instagram over the weekend, the ‘Ice Princess’ performer – who was on hand to perform a bit of improv – said members of the show gave her the cold shoulder and subjected her to a number of jokes about the complexion of her skin. The experience angered her to tears, an occurrence she detailed in her Instagram rant.
Did you miss any of the action and the response to the hoop-la by Nick Cannon (the show’s host)? See it inside:
It’s exactly one month since Beyonce and Jay-Z surprise released their joint album ‘Everything Is Love.’
Debuted at the second London date of their ‘On The Run II Tour,’ the 9-song set was turbo-powered by lead offering ‘APESH*T’ and its high-octane video.
Lensed at the Louvre in Paris, the clip has won praise aplenty and left many salivating for a live showing.
Well, after weeks of silence on the matter, The Carters obliged and aptly gave the first performance of the track in Paris.
Check out clips below…
Welcome to The Sip episode 11 on That Grape Juice!
In our new podcast series, hosts PatricklySpeakn and StephYoungMC run down the latest entertainment news from TGJ and beyond.
This week Cardi B gives birth to baby Kulture, Beyonce and Jay-Z announce a major new gig, Kenya Moore has been given the boot from ‘Real Housewives,’ while word emerges of a possible Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande joint project. All this and much more.
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Mark those calendars because Ciara is on the comeback trail!
The stage blazer will be aiming to scorch the music scene this summer with her new single – which now has has official title, ‘Level Up.’
Announced formally by the star moments ago, the track’s release date was also revealed.
Head below to find out when new CiCi drops…
SZA made her way to London’s ‘Love Box Festival‘ hours ago and rocked her fans’ worlds by honouring her discography with an electric performance of some of her biggest hits.
Hard at work on her next studio album, the brown-eyed superstar took to the stage following her contributions to the ‘Black Panther‘ soundtrack, Rihanna’s ‘ANTI’, Nicki Minaj‘s and Beyonce’s ‘Feeling Myself’ and Maroon 5′ s ‘Like Lovers Do’!
While some artists are reliant on the prescribed promo trail, Toronto titan Drake is plugging his new album ‘Scorpion’ on his own terms.
And it appears much of that process is taking place in the UK.
In recent years, Aubrey has adopted London as his home away from home and cements said status with a fiery freestyle on Charlie Sloth‘s ‘Fire In The Booth’ on BBC 1Xtra radio.
The hyper hot showing comes just one week after Drizzy performed on Brit platform Link-Up TV.
What are you waiting for? Watch Drake get dragon on and spit flames after the jump…
It can be hard to imagine a world without the likes of Instagram and Twitter and how both established platforms can be used to propel new artists into superstardom.
So, in a world powered by streams, viral content and fleeting moments, we revisit Nicki Minaj‘s formative years and how she, with help from Safaree Samuels and a strategy many labels have tried (and failed) to emulate, became the icon she is today.
..and how, even in the face of adversity, became the highest-selling female rapper of all time on the wings of pure sales, a charismatic act and an unstoppable fan base.
The formative years below…