It’s here!

After ample teasing, Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion have unveiled a look at their new Colin Tilley-directed music video, ‘WAP’ (an acronym for wet a** p***y).

A star-studded affair featuring cameos from Kylie Jenner, Mulatto, Normani, and more, the high octane clip sees both Cardi and Megan throw down some serious choreography and trading equally hot verses.

Featuring a prominent sample of Frank Ski’s 1992 track “There’s Some Whores in This House,” look inside to see all the ladies mentioned above get their freak on like never before:


As we have reported many times over (click here to read more), Cardi B has no problem taking to social media to clap back at detractors who have weighed in on why her yet-titled sophomore album has yet to drop.

Once believed to be coming as early as Summer 2019 (a year after her debut LP, ‘Invasion of Privacy,’ topped the Billboard 200), the rumor mill began to churn murmurs the hold-up was due to label issues, legal issues, and even the nonperformance of singles ‘Press’ and ‘Money’ – despite both songs becoming top 20 hits on the Hot 100.

Tired of the commentary, Cardi took to YouTube Live Thursday (August 6) ahead of the premiere of her Megan Thee Stallion-assisted tune, ‘WAP’ (click here to watch), to dispel any myths about why the set’s yet to be announced.

Hear it from her lips inside:


Just as her latest single, the Gucci Mane-assisted ‘Like That,’ looked poise to crack the Hot 100’s top 50, it took a nearly 20-spot plunge on this week’s edition that saw it land at #76.

Apparently, Cat’s prowling on to its follow-up – the “surprise drop” entitled ‘Freak.’

Living up to its title, the spicy cut – which samples Paul Anka‘s ‘Put Your Head on My Shoulder’ – sees the rapstress purr:

“This can go one of two ways / We could flip the coin, I’ll be your slave / Call you daddy, give me a nickname / I ain’t afraid of a little pain,” she sings.

Does it house enough punch to return her to the chart glory of her previous hit, ‘Say So’?

Listen inside and tell us:


With little notice, The Weeknd unveils ‘Smile‘ – his first collaboration with late rapper Juice WRLD.

Ahead of his live virtual concert on TikTok Friday (August 7), the GRAMMY winner is inviting fans to take their first listen to the highly anticipated tune.

Hear it inside:


It’s official:  President Donald Trump has issued an executive order banning TikTok (as he previously promised).

There’s a catch, however. Details inside:



Under the art direction of Erin Hover and the lens of famed photographer Micaiah Carter, GRAMMY-nominated songstress Kehlani took to the pages of ‘Bustle’ to strike a slew of sultry poses.

Rocking Bulgari, Chanel, Gucci, and other designer duds, the eye-catching threads only accented the equally attention-garnering quotes that line the photo shoot’s accompanying feature article.

Never one to bite her tongue on social issues, the 25-year-old – who recently made headlines for celebrating sex workers with her latest music video ‘Can I?’ (click here to watch) – went in on topics related to Black Lives Matter, the mistreatment of Black Queer and Transpeople, and so much more.

Still hot on the promo trail of her latest R&B chart-topping album, ‘It Was Good Until It Wasn’t,’ look inside to see what she said:


Despite years of backlash and disapproval from Nina Simone‘s family, celebrity admirers, and fans alike, 2016 saw Zoe Saldana don the role of the R&B icon/civil rights activist in the unauthorized biopic, ‘Nina.’

At the time of its release (as we reported here), the Afro-Latinx actress defended her decision to portray Simone:

“There’s no one way to be black,” Zoe said. “I’m black the way I know how to be. You have no idea who I am. I am black. I’m raising black men. Don’t you ever think you can look at me and address me with such disdain.”

Years later, the 42-year-old actress is singing a different tune.  Recently taking to Instagram Live, a tearful Saldana opened up to ‘Pose’ creator Steven Canals to express regret over accepting the controversial gig.

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Good news for fans of ‘Good As Hell’ hitmaker Lizzo!

Having already conquered Billboard charts and music award shows with hits found aboard her major label debut album, ‘Cuz I Love You,‘ now the diva has her eyes set on EMMYs as she’s teamed with Amazon to create new material for the small screen.

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After topping the charts at the top of the year with her long-awaited third studio album, ‘Rare,’ singer-actress Selena Gomez is giving fans (affectionately called #Selenators) yet another reason to say look at her now as she dons a chef hat for HBO Max.

As we reported here in May, the Kids Choice Award-winning diva is choosing to trade her microphone for cutlery as she takes virtual instruction from a slew of celebrity chefs including Roy Choi, Tanya Holland, Antonia Lofaso, Candice Kumai, and more.

Branded a ‘quarantine cooking show,’ the series – set for launch on August 13 – will put her culinary skills to the ultimate test as the cooks who are lending directions have no way physically assist.

Sure to serve loads of laughs and fun, look inside for the official first peek at the forthcoming show:


Beyonce‘s ‘Black Is King’ is thrilling critics and viewers alike.

The movie, which is billed as Queen Bey’s love letter to Africa and is anchored in the music on her compilation ‘The Lion King: The Gift,’ has been resonating in more ways than one.

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Though lauded with high praise, ‘High Fideity’ – the Zoe Kravitz-led Hulu dramedy – will not be returning for a season 2.

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JoJo is is revving up the hype machine for the deluxe edition of new album ‘Good To Know.’

Ahead of its August 28th release, the songbird has hatched news about another collaborator present on the project.

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