It’s Grammy nomination time!

Music’s biggest calendar night, the 63rd annual GRAMMY Awards, are set to air January 31 2021 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.

Beyonce leads with a whopping 9 nominations, followed by trio Dua Lipa, Roddy Ricch, and Taylor Swift who all bagged 6 a piece.

Other multi-nominees nominees include DaBaby and Billie Eilish.

What are you waiting for? The full nominations for the 2021 GRAMMYs await below…


Congratulations are in order for Fantasia!

The singer and her husband of five years Kendall Taylor have announced that they are expecting their first child together.

Full story below…


Though reportedly hard at work on her fifth studio album, ‘All Hands on Deck’ diva Tinashe is looking to deck the halls with bops courtesy of recently announced holiday offering, ‘Comfort and Joy.’

Tiding fans over with the 7-song project, ‘Joy’ sees T tackle classic Christmas favorites like ‘Oh Holy Night,’ ‘The Christmas Song,’ ‘Angels We Have Heard on High,’ and more.

Curious to hear her take on the yuletide numbers?  Stream the November 25-released set inside:


Thanks to ‘Hitman,’ R&B diva Kelly Rowland may be well on her way to a hit, man.

The sexy cut – which samples ‘Follow Follow’ by iconic Nigerian artist Fela Kuti – was surprise announced just last Thursday (November 19) and has already won acclaim from the singer’s fans and industry critics alike.

To supercharge awareness of the track lifted in partnership with the NFL, Rowland’s scored a touchdown with its energetic music video.

A heavily stylized/choreographed affair, look inside to see the Lloyd Pursall and Luam Keflezgy-directed action below:


‘Blinding Lights’ star The Weeknd was among many of the year’s top acts unseen on the 2021 GRAMMY nominations list revealed early Tuesday (November 24) – a predicament that’s led a number of artists to demand transparency about the protocol of the Recording Academy’s voting process.

While stars like Justin Bieber complained about their musical genres being misrepresented by the committee, others wondered how their critically acclaimed pieces went unmentioned all together (as we reported here).

Moments after GRAMMY chief Harvey Mason Jr. took to press to hit back at the criticism, The Weeknd (born Abel Tesfaye) broke his silence about the surprising snub of his blockbuster album – ‘After Hours.’

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Congratulations are in order for Gabourey Sidibe.

For, the actress – famed for her roles in ‘Precious’ and ‘Empire’ – has announced her engagement to boyfriend Brandon Frankel.

Full story below…


Cardi B has never been afraid of speaking her mind – even when it comes to her peers.

Just ask Wiz Khalifa. 

For, moments ago, the ‘WAP’ femcee took aim at the rapper over remarks he made that seemingly endorsed shade thrown her way.

See what we mean below…


Thanks to a slew of back-to-back hits, 2020 has seen Dua Lipa rise to be Pop music’s ‘it’ girl.

After watching cuts from her sophomore album, ‘Future Nostalgia,’ find tenancy in the Hot 100’s top 20 (see:  ‘Don’t Start Now’ and ‘Break My Heart’), the singer’s now welcomed a third to the growing  list:  ‘Levitating.’

The song’s original incarnation (and later a Madonna & Missy Elliott-buoyed remix) may have not made much noise on the chart (as we reported here), but now – three months after it was officially serviced to radio as a single – ‘Levitating’ has lifted into the Hot 100’s upper region.

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Tinashe is unwrapping more new music!

And just in time for the holidays.

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It’s that time of year again. The GRAMMY Awards have revealed who will be nominated at this year’s ceremony (as we reported here).

With some big surprises, music’s biggest stars such as Teyana Taylor, Megan Thee Stallion, and more did not waste any time reacting to the news of their nominations or lack thereof.

Peep their reactions below:


Rap Queen Nicki Minaj may reign in history books as the overall most-awarded female Hip Hop act ever, but her trophy case remains devoid of a golden grammophone.

Despite nabbing 9 nods over the last decade, 2020 – the year she nabbed her first two #1 hits on the Hot 100 – saw her shut out from the Recording Academy’s recently unveiled list of 2021 nominees (click here to read the full nominations announcement).

The diss isn’t new to Minaj, as she reaffirmed via Twitter just moments ago when she took to the platform to reflect on the first time she was snubbed by the institution.

See what she said:


The air is still buzzing as Tuesday (November 24) brought with it the highly anticipated 2021 GRAMMY nominations.

Honoring the year’s best and brightest in the music realm on January 31, 2021, the coveted tally expectedly listed the likes of chart-toppers Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Megan Thee Stallion, and Doja Cat as competitors for the ceremony’s top honors.

But, while jaws dropped to see Dua Lipa, Justin Bieber, Jhene Aiko, and more also mentioned alongside those hitmakers, some fan groups are steam pressed their favorites were placed in interesting categories or totally shut out.

Look inside to see who made That Grape Juice‘s list of ‘2021 GRAMMY Snubs and Surprises.’