Early predictions for the first-week performance of Drake‘s latest single, ‘Slime You Out,’ have proven to be right on the money.

The SZA-assisted jam, which acts as the latest taste of new music set to line the rapper’s October 6-due new album ‘For All The Dogs,’ is proving its bite is as big as its bark thanks to a handsome out-of-the-box commercial showing.

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Kylie Minogue has been making iconic moves for four decades and the superstar shows no signs of slowing.

For, her 16th studio album ‘Tension’ is towering tall on the midweek tally of the Official UK Album Chart.

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Drake may be heading toward the top of the charts with his new SZA-assisted single ‘Slime You Out,’ but he isn’t taking well to critique about the single from a certain Charlamagne Tha God.

The Breakfast Club anchor is renowned for delivering his unbridled opinion on…well…everything. And Drizzy’s latest number was no different.

Speaking on his podcast The Brilliant Idiots with Andrew Schulz, the presenter didn’t hold back in expressing his stance that the ‘For All The Dogs’ single effectively “came and went” with little fanfare. By “Drake” standards, at least.

Unimpressed, the Canadian rapper took to Instagram with a shady post and delete.

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Kylie Minogue has unleashed her sixteenth studio album, ‘Tension.’

Led by the infectious ‘Padam Padam’ the album explores themes of love and individualism.

That Grape Juice has been spinning the LP since its release. Join us below to find out which five tracks are essential on ‘Tension.’

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Cher is celebrating one of her most iconic albums with a deluxe edition.

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It’s happening!

Usher has finally landed “the” Super Bowl Halftime Show gig. To toast the news, this week’s From The Vault selection zooms in on his epic 2005 GRAMMY Awards performance, complete with a surprise appearance by the legendary James Brown.

For those who lived through it, it’s near-impossible to dispute how mind-blowingly massive the ‘Confessions’ era was: from popularity to charts, to critical acclaim. He was unmatched.

So, it was only fitting that the superstar nabbed 8 GRAMMY Award nominations in 2005, taking home three and delivering an unforgettable performance of the album’s final hit single ‘Caught Up.’

Crafted by Dre & Vidal, cut was yet another US Top 10 hit for Mr. Raymond, peaking at #8 on the Hot 100. With his funky entourage of dancers, Usher lit up the stage with his smooth dance moves and powerhouse vocals. That mic was indeed all the way on.

To cap it all off, the Godfather of Soul himself graced the stage, showcasing his legendary moves and vocals. It was a true meeting of musical titans in vivid technicolor!

While he never really faded from view, witnessing Usher’s “comeback” in recent times is a beautiful thing. If anyone deserves to reign atop the music world, it’s him.

Here’s to hoping that his new music matches the excitement of this moment. February can’t come soon enough – we’ve been eagerly waiting.

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Usher is heading to the Super Bowl and he’s looking to score a touchdown.

As reported, the Diamond-selling superstar has been tapped to headline the Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show 2024.

Set to take place on February 11, the spectacle will see the performer join an elite list of names who have graced the seismic stage – including Michael Jackson, Madonna, Prince, and Beyonce.

As if that wasn’t enough epic news for fans of the R&B veteran, he ignited excitement the more when officially announcing his 9th studio album ‘Coming Home.’

Serving as Usher’s first solo project since 2016’s ‘Hard II Love,’ the LP will savvily be released on Super Bowl Sunday.

Aptly sitting down with Apple Music‘s Zane Lowe to discuss his buffet table of good news, the

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Destiny’s Child has a story just as legendary as the music that propelled the group to become one of the greatest of all time.

That legacy and the love between its members was celebrated last night (September 23) at the Houston stop of Beyonce‘s ‘Renaissance World Tour.’

For, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams were joined by founding members LeToya Luckett and LaTavia Roberson.

All rocked shimmery ensembles in toasting the theme of the show, which has become the highest-grossing tour by a female artist ever.

The collective attendance of the DC members at this particular concert was especially notable given that the group began its journey in the city.

Suffice it to say, this will only add to the desire to see a reunion of sorts from the beloved band.

Pending further updates on that, peep pics and clips below…


Jonathan Majors and Meagan Good have ignited marriage speculation following their recent appearance together at an event.

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Kandi Burruss is renowned for being booked and busy across a myriad of mediums. From TV to film to her entrepreneurial endeavors, the ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ star has made it commonplace to shine simultaneously in various spheres.

However, with her new release ‘Only For You,’ the multihyphenate makes clear she still has music on the mind.

And…her bae.

The track the referred boss co-produced alongside Jay-O and Roderick Lawrence sees her sensually serenade her lover and remind that she is theirs.

Watch the scintillating visual, directed by Derek Blanks, after the jump…


It’s Usher season!

Because fresh from being unveiled as the headliner of the Apple Music Super Bowl 2024 Halftime Show, the R&B icon has announced his brand new studio album ‘Coming Home.’

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In breaking news, Usher has officially been named as the headliner for the Super Bowl 2024 Halftime Show. 

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