It’s Grammy nomination time!

Music’s biggest calendar night, the 62nd annual GRAMMY Awards, are set to air January 26th 2020 live on CBS.

The industry’s brightest stars will align to shine at the event, which will boast performances from the creme de la creme.

Today, excitement for the ceremony soared to new heights as its committee reveals which artists have been nominated in which categories.

What are you waiting for? The full nominations for the 2020 GRAMMYs await below…


With a star-studded guest list that features the likes of T.I., Tory Lanez, Quavo, Young Thug, Gunna, and more, November 8th saw R&B star Jacquees take his sophomore album to chart battle.

Seeking to prove once and for all he is indeed the genre’s leading male monarch, the LP – titled ‘King of R&B’ – serves as the follow-up to the 25-year-old’s 2018 debut effort, ‘4275.’ Originally titled ‘Round 2’ and slated for a July 2019 release, the self-proclaimed potentate quietly let the first due date pass but stunned fans last week with the unexpected announcement of its official delivery date (click here to read more).

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It’s that time of year again!

The air is still buzzing as today brought with it the highly anticipated 2020 Grammy nominations unveiled, per usual, via a special announcement weeks before the actual showing.  But, what also comes with the ‘per usual’ are the jaw-dropping surprises, snubs, and all out “shut-outs” that accompany the nods’ list.

Always a heated debate-starter, the coveted tally saw the likes of chart-toppers Beyoncé, Cardi B, Chris Brown, Lana Del Rey, and Taylor Swift go without mention in the correct categories (as some fans argue), while hitmakers Sam Smith, Megan Thee Stallion, Camila Cabello, and Mariah Carey got no mention at all.

Look inside for That Grape Juice‘s picks for the 2020 Grammy nominations’ biggest snubs and surprises:


Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson is ready to release ‘Black Adam.’

Learn more about his new movie below…


The 2010s has gifted music history some of its most memorable efforts.

From JAY-Z to Adele, Nicki Minaj, Sam Smith, P!nk, and more, the decade was chock full of groundbreaking titles that helped change the musical landscape in their respective genres – a truth that undoubtedly made compiling the list of top 100 releases from the time period quite the daunting task.

Nevertheless, as the decade draws to a close, Billboard not only assembled but also ranked its favorites among the last ten years’ offerings.  And, while names like DrakeKendrick Lamar, Lady Gaga, and more were expected features, there were no shortage of surprises.

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Idris Elba is to lead a Netflix movie designed to shed light on the hidden stories of black people who lived in the Wild West.

Learn more below…


Jussie Smollett is fighting back.

The ‘Empire’ actor found himself at the center of one of the year’s most shocking stories; a story which saw him initially deemed the victim (after an alleged hate attack) only to himself become the suspect of criminal behavior.

The latter saw Smollett charged with orchestrating the entire attack and paying off  brothers Abimbola Osundairo and Olabinjo Osundairo to stage a beatdown.

And yet in a dramatic twist, the criminal case collapsed in the preliminary phase and the 36-year-old looked to be off the hook. That is until the City of Chicago filed suit against him demanding he pay back the $130,000 to recoup the cost of the investigation.

Now, Smollett – who has always maintained his innocence – is retaliating.

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Well, that was fast!

Not even two months after its debut, ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’ hit such a high note with viewers the syndicated talk series has already been renewed for a season 2.

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Azealia Banks has joined the chorus of people who are planning to make an official complaint about the songwriter Jesse St. John to the police.

Full report below…


While most of the recent attention afforded 2000’s boyband B2K has been centered around Omarion and the romantic dealings of his ex, Apryl Jones, with bandmate Lil Fizz (as we reported here), the group’s 2019 narrative certainly spells of more – namely their successful reunion trek, ‘The Millennium Tour.’

Pulling in over $5 million earlier this year, the success of the outing prompted calls for new music and a subsequent tour from the quartet.  In response, Omarion sent fans into frenzy earlier this week when he teased the possibility of a 2020 revamp of the nationwide jaunt.

Yet, almost just as quickly as excitement for the news went up, fellow group member – J-Boog – brought it back down when he took to social media to adamantly deny B2K’s involvement in any 2020 touring venture.

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Cardi B is the latest star to appear in Vogue‘s ’73 Questions With’ segment. 

Ever relatable, the rapper welcomed the cameras into her grandma’s home and, with daughter Kulture on-hand (and in-hand) fired away.

The femcee waxed honest about living in the Bronx, motherhood, life lessons, politics, her spicy new album, and much more!

Watch a different side to Cardi B after the jump…


Rising star Ari Lennox says she’s turning her musical light off after walking home empty-handed at last night’s Soul Train Awards.

Full story below…