The first listen of Beyonce‘s brand new song ‘Be Alive’ is here!

Queen Bey’s titan-sized anthem has been unveiled in the new extended trailer of ‘King Richard’ – the Richard Williams biopic starring Will Smith. 

The Hollywood titan takes on the titular role and portrays the father of tennis legends Venus  & Serena Williams. 

He’s joined by Aunjanue Ellis, who is captivating in the role of matriarch Brandi.

Undeniably, though, Beyonce’s end credits contribution is one of the major attractions

That Grape Juice brought you an EXCLUSIVE preview of the track, which you can now hear for yourselves the preview below.

What are you waiting for?! Listen below…


All roads lead to November 19 for Adele, who unlocks her fourth album ’30.’

Led by single ‘Easy On Me,’ the LP serves as one of the year’s most eagerly anticipated.

But the songbird isn’t resting on the hype.

She invited Vogue into her home for a round of 73 Questions. Well, ish. Because the segment veered way past that. Amazingly.

During the free-flowing feature, the 33-year-old opened up about her incoming album (which she calls her most personal), her illustrious career, leaving her marriage, her love of Beyonce albums, Nicki Minaj, and much more.

Watch Adele’s 73 Questions below…


Willow Smith has a reason to celebrate.

For, the ‘Grow’ songstress has just scored a major career milestone.

More details below…


Issa Rae is hot on the promotional trail for the fifth and final season of ‘Insecure’ and her latest stop was The Breakfast Club on Power 105.1.

Chopping it up with Charlamagne Tha God, DJ Envy, and Angela Yee, Rae candidly opened up about what folk can expect from the last chapter of the popular HBO series, her upcoming show ‘Rap Sh*t,’ her recent wedding, and the peaks and troughs of her journey.

The star also spoke about recent wedding.

Check out the fun-filled interview below…


Another supergroup has been born.

This time around, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Too Short, and E-40 have linked up to drop their first single as the supergroup Mount Westmore.

Called ‘Big Subwoofer,’ the tune is complete with an intergalactic, sci-fi music video that sees all four of the rappers travel through space to hit up planet Snoopiter.

The song will be making an appearance on ‘Snoop Dogg Presents: The Algorithm,’ a project that will highlight Def Jam’s “past, present & future.” It will be the first project that Snoop releases since assuming his post as executive creative consultant at Def Jam.

Check out the interstellar video below…


Tems shares another shade of her musical world in the video for ‘Crazy Tings.’

Issued as the latest visual offering from her EP ‘If Orange Was A Place,’ the release arrives on the heels of Billboard top 10 ‘Essence’ – which the Nigerian star appeared on alongside Wizkid.

Directed by UAX, the video has also been unleashed following Tems’ nomination for Best African Act at the MTV Europe Music Awards 2021.

Watch below…


Check out Miley Cyrus.

The multi-talented superstar is the latest singer to cover Interview Magazine.

Lensed by Brianna Capozzi, the shoot is provocative and shows Cyrus outdoors wearing a variety of outfits and accessories.

Cyrus’ cover of the magazine comes shortly after Colombia Records – her new label – confirmed that she has been in the studio hard at work on her eighth studio album.

The upcoming album is set to be the first taste of new music from Cyrus since her acclaimed ‘Plastic Hearts’ album, which saw the ‘Midnight Sky’ explore the sounds of rock and glam rock.

Check out more from Cyrus’ shoot for Interview Magazine below…


While ‘Bad Habits,’ the first single from Ed Sheeran‘s latest album = (Equals),’ is making good on its continued top 5 run on the Hot 100, its follow-up – ‘Shivers’ – seems poised to follow suit as it cracked the top 10 this week (as we reported here).

Ahead of the October 29 release of the LP, Sheeran is pushing full speed ahead with the tune’s promotion including a behind the scenes look at its glossy music video (directed by the legendary Dave Meyers).

Starring AnnaSophia Robb as its leading lady, hop inside to see the magic that went into the creation of the clip.


Tuesday (October 19) brought with it the highly anticipated premiere of ABC’s ‘Queens’ – a musical drama that sees its four leading ladies (Brandy, Eve, Naturi Naughton, and Nadine Velazquez) depict a disbanded Hip Hop quartet from the 90’s who regroup to take the music world by storm.

Building buzz for the Zahir McGhee-created jaunt with sizzling music videos and an aggressive promotional campaign to trumpet its arrival, the show’s hourlong premiere also capitalized on being ushered in by the beginning of a new ‘Bachelorette’ season.

With those assets combined, hop inside to see the royal ratings that accompanied the ‘Queens’ unveiling.


It’s been over four months since H.E.R. unleashed her long-awaited debut album, ‘Back of My Mind,’ yet the project remains near the front of R&B charts – a positioning supported by ongoing streams and sales of its fan favorites ‘Damage,’ ‘Come Through’ (featuring Chris Brown), ‘Slide’ (featuring YG), and ‘For Anyone.’

The latter, which was recently granted single treatment, saw its official music video unveiled Tuesday (October 19).

Depicting a forlorn H.E.R. alone in a studio, the GRAMMY & Academy Award winner (born Gabriella Wilson) croons about missing Mr. Wrong.

“I wish I could tell you I don’t wanna be with somebody else new Honestly, I wish I never met you ‘Cause you left me broken Now my heart won’t open for anyone,” she sings on the DJ Camper-produced heartbreak anthem.

Hear it in full inside:


City Girls already sit in the history books of the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for having the highest-certified song in history by a Rap girl group (‘Act Up’).

But, if the ongoing success of their latest single, ‘Twerkulator,’ is any indication, the Southern duo may be well on their way to tying that record.

More inside:


‘The Game’ plays on for another action-packed ride on Paramount+.

The popular dramedy has been revived and will premiere 10 all-new episodes on the streaming platform on November 11.

For the show’s return, the drama moves from San Diego to Las Vegas and will see the football-focal series tackle racism, sexism, classism, and more as the collective fight for fame, fortune, respect, and love.

Fusing the new and the known, the new chapter of the series aligns legacy stars Hosea Chanchez (Malik Wright), Wendy Raquel Robinson (Tasha Mack), Pooch Hall, Coby Bell, and Brittany Bell (Derwin Davis, Jason Pitts, and Kelly Pitts) with a host of newcomers.

The fresh faces include Adriyan Rae as Brittany Pitts, the daughter of Jason and Kelly Pitts; Vaughn Hebron as Jamison Fields, an undrafted free agent; and Analisa Velez as Raquel Navarro, Brittany’s best friend.

Ahead of its debut, check out the first look trailer for the new season of ‘The Game’ below…