Rita Ora is on the cusp of snatching another hit with new Avicii collaboration ‘Lonely Together.’

The anthemtic track, which is lifted from the ‘AVĪCI’ EP, currently sits at #4 on iTunes and within the top 20 of Spotify’s global chart.

With a major push underway, the arrival of its video is oh so timely.

Speaking on the concept of the clip, co-director Levan Tsikurishvili says:

“It was such a big honour to create this beautiful piece for Avicii and Rita Ora. It has been an amazing fun process in many ways – I loved the idea of playing around with the ‘frozen’ world. What I would do if I could freeze the world – imagine one day if you really could do that, what would you do?” 


It’s here!

Sam Smith has hatched the video for new single ‘Too Good At Goodbyes.’

The track, which is the first release to be issued from the star’s upcoming sophomore album, has already rocked charts the globe over – including hitting #1 in the UK.

Poised to be one of the year’s biggest successes, its accompanying video arrives right on time.

Directed by Luke Monaghan, the emotional visual explores the breaking point of a variety of relationships.

Check it out after the jump…


January may be one of the coldest months on the calendar, but ‘Love & Hip-Hop: Miami’ aims to bring the heat.

Anchored by Trina, Trick Daddy, and Pretty Ricky, the latest instalment of the Mona Scott Young franchise arrives at the top of 2018 and promises trademark drama.

Ahead of its premiere, VH1 have unleashed a first-look trailer.

Peep all the action after the jump…


Mariah Carey celebrated the 20th anniversary of her ‘Butterfly’ album this past week, but it appears she has bigger plans to mark the occasion.

Full story below…


Azealia Banks offered Lil Uzi advice he feels was unsolicited.

How he responded when she urged him to not work with Marilyn Manson?

Find out below…


Sad news for Lady Gaga fans.

The singer, who had to cancel her ‘Rock In Rio’ performance due chronic pain, has had to make another professional concession.

And this time it’s her ‘Joanne’ World Tour.’

Details below…


The Pop starlet Ariana Grande has reportedly given one of her dancers the sack after she made the mistake of using the disgusting N-word in public.

Full story below…


The 2017 Primetime EmmyAwards certainly provided many a notable moment courtesy of the host of television stars who took to the stage to be honored.

Now, after upsets, heart-warming accepting speeches, and jaw-dropping fashion, see who walked away with the show’s biggest star – its coveted trophies!

A full winner’s list awaits below:


‘Rebel Heart’ hitmaker Madonna certainly has a heart for the impoverished African nation of Malawi, a love affair that’s not only seen her dedicate a number of charitable events to the country, but most recently return to celebrate the grand opening of a pediatric hospital.

Just days after covering People Magazine to dish on life at home, Madge was joined by CBS News and four of her six children – Mercy, Esther, Stella, and David (adopted from Malawi) – as she dropped by the city of  Blantyre to tour the building named The Mercy James Pediatric Surgery Center (in honor of her eldest adopted daughter).

In a segment shot over the summer but aired this morning, she was introduced to the hospital staff and even spent time with some of the patients.  A regal cause indeed, join the Queen of Pop on her visit to Malawi:


Black Hollywood showed up and out for  TV’s biggest night – the 69th annual Primetime Emmy Awards (which aired live tonight from Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater).

Hosted by ‘The Late Show‘s Stephen Colbert, the CBS-showing celebrates the excellent efforts of some of TV’s best and brightest, in front of and behind the lens.

But, before the telecast began handing out its coveted trophies, some of the night’s most talked about moments had already happened on the red carpet.

See all the fashion hits and misses inside:


What once started as mutual respect between artists apparently turned sour somewhere in the planning of a collabo between rapper Tyler the Creator and One Direction graduate Zayn.  Just two years ago the duo were singing each other’s praises on Twitter, even expressing interest in working together:

Fast forward to 2017, it’s pretty safe those feelings have since diminished:


It’s an all-star affair on today’s From The Vault pick. We are back this week with one of the Notorious B.I.G.’s biggest posthumous moment. ‘Nasty Girl.’

With 2005’s ‘Duets: The Final Chapter’, the late rapper proved that even in the afterlife, he could still get the clubs moving – worldwide.

Produced by Jazze Pha, ‘Girl’ featured Diddy, Jagged Edge, Nelly and Avery Storm. Biggie’s verse was lifted from ‘Nasty Boy,’ a track from his ‘Life After Death’ LP.

A moderate success in the US, where it peaked at #43, the cut earned the rapper his very first #1 in the UK – a year after rival – late Tupac – achieved his first chart-topper with the Elton John-assisted ‘Ghetto Gospel.’

The guestlist got even bigger for the track’s video: Pharrell Williams, Usher, Teairra Mari, Fat Joe, Christina Milian and Naomi Campbell joined the featured acts in the Sanaa Hamri visual.

Party atmosphere, celebrity cameos, video vixens all around, this essentially served as 2000’s version of his very own ‘One More Chance.’


We’re welcoming of posthumous releases that aren’t all mournful and depressing, but instead upbeat and fun. It seems to us like the perfect way to keep an act’s legacy alive.

With so many top artists passing in the past decade, it’d be awesome to see their art celebrated in a colorful way as Biggie’s was in this releases. Michael Jackson’s ‘Xscape’ was definitely a step in the right direction; here’s hoping the likes of Amy Winehouse and Whitney Houston’s estates follow suit.

As for Biggie Smalls, he remains one of the most cherished gems of Hip-Hop culture and it’s safe to say that shine is never going away.

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