Lil Nas X could have a hit on his hands.
For, his latest single – ‘Star Walkin’ – is making major waves at pop radio.
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Calum Scott is getting candid.
Hot on the promotional trail for his new album ‘Bridges’ as well as his new tour, the award-winning singer talked with That Grape Juice about both, working with Greg Kurstin, and so much more.
Join us below for his words on these topics and so much more…
The life and times of Jeffrey Dahmer, one of America’s most-documented serial killers, has captured the attention of millions once again thanks to Ryan Murphy‘s wildly popular Netflix series, ‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.’
Beyond garnering a record number of viewers since its September 21 release, it’s also spurred a firestorm of controversy and conversation on social media with commenters ranging from everyday people to politicians, sports stars, entertainment celebrities, and more.
Among the latter is R&B singer Lyfe Jennings, who took to Instagram Monday (October 3) to recount his alleged experience with Dahmer when the two were in prison at the same time in 1992 – even claiming to have sung a requested tune for the infamous murderer he referred to as “the little homie.”
Met with mostly negative responses, from some claiming the unsolicited tale was pure fiction to some suggesting it was insensitive or clout-chasing, Jennings (born Chester Jermaine Jennings) returned to IG shortly after to hit back at detractors.
Another day, another Kodak Black diss.
The ‘Super Gremlin’ rapper, no stranger to riding headlines for controversial comments made about Lauren London at the time of Nipsey Hussle‘s death, PNB Rock‘s girlfriend at the time of his death, and others over the years, is back in the news for taking aim at Latto for snagging the ‘Song of the Year’ award at the 2022 BET Hip-Hop Awards.
Look inside to see what he said and how she responded to the diss.
A pesky YouTube restriction won’t get in the way of Nicki Minaj getting eyes and ears on her latest Skeng-assisted song, ‘Likkle Miss.’
Amid ongoing rumors she doesn’t support fellow female rappers, the GRAMMY nominee – barely a month after lifting the lid on the lady-laden ‘Queen Mix’ to her Hot 100 #1 hit ‘Super Freaky Girl’ (as we reported here) – gave ‘Miss’ a similar update with nine of the top dancehall artists in world.
Calling on “Queen of Dancehall” Spice to lead the pack, other notable names on the ‘Fine Nine’ remix of ‘Miss’ include Pamputtae, Dovey Magnum, Lisa Mercedez, Destra Garcia, Patrice Roberts, Lady Leshurr, and London Hill.
Unveiled on Wednesday’s episode of ‘Queen Radio’ (October 5), hop inside to hear the supercharged revamp of ‘Likkle Miss.’
Thanks to the assembly of megawatt emcee star power from the likes of Lil Kim, Remy Ma, Fivio Foreign, GloRilla, Trina, and more (as we reported here), Rap’s biggest night – the 2022 BET Hip-Hop AWards – not only saw an uptick in viewership from last year’s ceremony but also topped TV ratings charts Tuesday (October 4).
Over 16 years after retiring from TV screens, VH1 is breathing new life into ‘The Surreal Life’ – the infamous ‘Real World’-inspired reality venture that swaps out everyday people for celebrities and showcases the drama that unfolds when they’re forced to live under the same roof for two weeks.
Set to premiere Monday (October 24), the revamped version of the unscripted series will be unleashed with back-to-back episodes. Branded the “original celebrity social experiment,” the 2022 cast is comprised of basketball legend Dennis Rodman, comedienne-actress Kim Coles, award-winning R&B singer-songwriters Tamar Braxton and August Alsina, Stormy Daniels, actor Frankie Muniz, CJ Perry, and Manny MUA.
With such big names in one house, will tempers flare and vulnerabilities be put to the test? Get a sneak peek at the soon-to-come action via the first look teaser trailer of ‘Surreal Life’ season 7 inside.
Ayra Starr and Kelly Rowland have unlocked a special performance video for their remix of ‘Bloody Samaritan.’
The flavorsome jam, in its solo form, served as the world’s introduction to the Nigerian-born starlet. And it’s proving to be the gift that keeps giving.
Ayra and Kelly’s collaborative incarnation of ‘Samaritan’ will appear on the incoming deluxe edition of her critically-acclaimed debut album ’19 & Dangerous’ (due October 14).
The 20-year-old said of working with the GRAMMY winner:
“I’ve always been a huge fan of Kelly Rowland and when this came up, I could barely keep in the excitement! While recording this, Kelly made me feel so comfortable and relaxed, something I really appreciate. She was super amazing.”
Watch the vibey visual after the jump…
Azealia Banks is all sorts of renowned for sounding off with her opinions about everything – including her peers.
Even while shopping.
Case in point her weigh-in on the seemingly daily feuds erupting between many female rappers of late on social media.
Specifically, on the mind, it appears, was this week’s spar between Cardi B and JT from the City Girls.
As reported, the ladies locked horns and jabs flew like fireworks on the 4th of July.
The shenanigans saw various fan groups roped into the fray and Cardi and foe Nicki Minaj (who appeared to make her opinions known, albeit subtly) engage in clear back-and-forth.
Head below to see what Ms. Banks, who was shopping in Home Depot at the time, had to say…