Wizkid and Tems set the global airwaves ablaze with ‘Essence’ – the certified song of the summer – and its success looks poised to play on throughout the Fall.

Armed with the momentum of their nominations at the 2022 GRAMMYs and performances together at Starboy’s sold-out concerts at London’s O2, the dynamic duo delivered a live rendition of the Billboard Hot 100 top 10 on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Watch them perform the ‘Made In Lagos’ anthem action after the jump…


Jimmy Fallon is branching out.

The ‘Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ host has teamed up with  pop megastars Ariana Grande and Megan Thee Stallion for a song called, ‘It Was A…(Masked Christmas).’

The song’s arrival coincides with the video for the tune dropping as well. In the clip, all three can be seen celebrating the holidays, while Fallon can be seen wearing some different masks.

Megan Thee Stallion previously worked on a sketch entitled ‘Hot Girl Fall.’ As for Grande, she has recently appeared on his talk show to share a clip of her singing the national anthem when she was just eight.

Watch the festive video for ‘It Was A…’ below…


Nearly two weeks since unleashing their collaboration, Kelly Rowland and producer Amorphous  have delivered the first performance of the track on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live.’

The pair joined forces for a disco-inspired showing of their single ‘Finally (Cannot Hide It).’ It was complete with shimmering mirrorballs, silver decorations, and plenty of dancing.

‘Finally (Cannot Hide It)’ appeared on Amorphous’ debut EP ‘Things Take Shape’ (stream it here), which was released on July 8.

The song samples CeCe Peniston‘s 1991 hit ‘Finally.’

Watch all of the action from Kelly and Amorphous below…


It’s finally here!

Legendary producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis have just released their debut album ‘Jam & Lewis: Volume 1.’

The album is packed with an all-star list of R&B royalty. Usher, Mary J. Blige, Babyface, Toni Braxton, and more are all featured across the 10 songs.

Jam and Lewis previously shared the Mariah Carey collaboration ‘Somewhat Loved (There You Go Breakin’ My Heart)’ last month.

Now their project is able to stream in its entirety. Stream ‘Jam & Lewis: Volume 1’ via Spotify and Apple Music below…


As legendary hitmakers go, few come with a resumé as renowned as Jimmy Jam. 

Famed for crafting classics from the likes of Janet Jackson and Mariah Carey, the producer is marching towards the July 9 release of his new album with partner Terry Lewis.

Aptly christened ‘Jam & Lewis: Volume One,’ the set features an all-star cast of names including Carey, Toni Braxton, Mary J. Blige, Boyz II Men, and Babyface.

Prior to its arrival, That Grape Juice caught up with Jimmy at the 5th Annual Culture Creators: Innovators & Leaders Awards Brunch.

Chatting it up with TGJ’s Shar Jossell, the star opened about the project, as well as his admiration for H.E.R.

Watch above and let us know…

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It’s finally here!

After ample teasing this week, super-producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis have shared their Mariah Carey collaboration: ‘Somewhat Loved (Don’t Go Breakin’ My Heart).’

Across the hip-hop-infused track, Carey sings:

The more I thought about you (the more I thought) / The less I thought about me / And I lost myself in this dream / Somewhat loved (only somewhat)

Previously, Carey had worked with Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis on the songs ‘Never Too Far,’ ‘Bliss,’ and ‘Thank God I Found You.’

Listen to ‘Somewhat Loved’ below…


Mariah Carey is once more joining forces with Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.

For, the three music icons have announced that they will be teaming up for a new song called ‘Somewhat Loved.’

More details below…


Soulful songbird Jazmine Sullivan may nest atop of the Urban Adult Contemporary charts with ‘Pick Up Your Feelings,’ but that didn’t stop her from taking vocal flight in her latest high-profile performance.

Armed with the momentum of her showings at the Super Bowl and the 2021 NAACP Image Awards, Sullivan soared with a spirited rendition of the ‘Heaux Tales’ jam.

And oh did she show up and show out.

Watch Jaz and her band blaze the stage after the jump…


Gwen Stefani took center stage on Jimmy Kimmel Live! 

Backed by a troop of dancers, the Pop-star performed her latest single ‘Slow Clap.’

The empowerment anthem serves as the second taste of the star’s forthcoming album and follows lead effort ‘Let Me Reintroduce Myself.’

Collectively, both cuts form part of a measured comeback drive by Stefani whose last LP (‘This Is What the Truth Feels Like’) was released five years ago.

Watch below…


Dua Lipa is bringing the holiday cheer with her latest performance.

The ‘Levitating’ singer made an appearance on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,’ where she performed the song ‘Christmas Is All Around’ from the movie ‘Love Actually.’ 

Lipa appeared a safe distance from Fallon as she sang and rocked a white and powder blue checkered coat with gold buttons.

Her performance comes right before she is set to appear as the musical guest on ‘Saturday Night Live’ on December 19.

In the meantime, watch her light up the stage with holiday cheer below…


Paris Jackson made her way to Jimmy Kimmel Live with an enchanting performance of her new single ‘Let Down’.

Lifted from her debut solo LP, ‘Wilted‘, the song was written by Paris herself and is garnering praise for its unique musical style.

In efforts to draw attention to the project, the 22-year-old rising made her late night debut with a performance that many are calling ‘magical.’

Watch below…


#BTSWeek at ‘The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon’ is only at the halfway mark as the 7-member group has three more “live” performances to render before bringing it to a close.

Before they rocked the late nite talk series with showings of previous hits ‘Idol’ and ‘Home’ (as we reported here), however, they filmed an unofficial music video of themselves performing their chart-topping smash ‘Dynamite’ with the show’s resident GRAMMY-winning musicians The Roots.

Tapping host Fallon to assist, look inside to see The Roots join RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jimin, V and Jung Kook of BTS for a ‘Brady Bunch’-inspired rendition of the current #1 song in the USA.