Brazilian stage blazer Anitta brought her fiery flare to Jimmy Kimmel Live!

The singer, who has been amplifying her international efforts in recent years, took center-stage alongside dynamite dancers to deliver a performance of the current single ‘Girl From Rio.’

The song serves as the title track from the star’s forthcoming album, due this Fall.

Watch Anitta turn up the heat after the jump…


Andra Day is riding high on the success of ‘The United States vs. Billie Holliday.’

The multi-talented star is shining luminously after taking home a Golden Globe and nabbing an Oscar nomination for her performance in the titular role.

And while she’s receiving accolades for her acting, the 36-year-old is being sure to keep the focus on her music too.

Taking to the stage on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Day rocked the stage with a performance of her new song ‘Phone Dies.’

Watch her wow after the jump…


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…


Gwen Stefani‘s recently released single, ‘Slow Clap,’ may be starting off slow on the commercial front, but the GRAMMY-winning songstress is blazing the promo trail in an effort to turn the tide.

Spotted on ‘Ellen’ and ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ this week, Stefani dished on her new music – including ‘Let Me Reintroduce Myself’ (the predecessor of ‘Clap’) – as well as her engagement to Country superstar Blake Shelton, recently celebrating the sweet 16th anniversary of her biggest hit yet, ‘Hollaback Girl,’ and so much more.

Did you miss the fun-filled chats when they first aired?  Catch them inside:


Despite the murmurs, Dua Lipa is reassuring fans the only thing she’s giving birth to in the near future is ‘Future Nostalgia Side B’ – the second re-release of her sophomore album, ‘Future Nostalgia.’

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Miley Cyrus may have topped the Billboard Rock charts with her seventh studio album, ‘Plastic Hearts’ (as we reported here), but it appears she’s looking to see that success mirrored on the Billboard 200.

Still heavy on the promo trail in support of the effort, Cyrus most recently visited ‘Kimmel’ (December 7) to show off the latest live performance of the LP’s latest single, ‘Prisoner.’

While its recorded version features fellow chart-topping Pop starlet Dua Lipa, look inside to see how Miley fared cranking out the cut by her lonesome:


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…


Since its October 2 release, 21 Savage and Metro Boomin‘s long-awaited sequel to their breakout project, ‘Savage Mode,’ has been quite buoyant on the Billboard 200 – slipping out of the top 10 for the first time this week.

In a bid to boost it back to its chart-topping glory, the duo took to ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ on Thursday night (November 12) to give viewers a taste of the cuts that line the album.

After opening their performance with a tribute to late Atlanta rapper King Von (who was shot and killed last week), Savage and Boomin launched into a medley of their tunes ‘Runnin’ and ‘Mr. Right Now.’ 

Look inside to see the action.


Last week, Ty Dolla $ign celebrated seeing his third album, ‘Featuring Ty Dolla $ign,’ become his first top 10 hit on the Billboard 200 (as we reported here).

The tenancy may have been short-lived as the star-studded set slipped to #32 on this week’s edition of the tally, but – as evidenced by his ongoing promotion of the LP – $ign is looking to see it revisit the chart terrain.

His latest supportive jaunt came courtesy of a visit to ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ Tuesday (November 10).  Rocking out a performance of his latest single, ‘Nothing Like Your Exes,’ live from his house, look inside to see Ty put it down like only he can:


H.E.R. fans have seen a lot of the GRAMMY winner on TV over the last week as she’s moving full speed ahead in promotion of her latest two singles, ‘Damage’ and ‘Hold On.’

After rocking the October 24 episode of ‘SNL’ with live renditions of the two songs (click here to read), the 23-year-old later flexed her rap skills alongside Brandy, Erykah Badu, and Teyana Taylor as part of the ‘Ladies First’ R&B cypher at the 2020 BET Hip Hop Awards.

As if that wasn’t enough, she followed the appearance by taking to the latest episode of ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’  Serving as Tuesday night’s musical guest (October 27), H.E.R. cranked out another stunning rendition of ‘Damage.’

See it inside:


Blackpink continue to promote their first album, ‘The Album,’ with a performance of ‘Lovesick Girls’ on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’

The choreography-filled performance brought back the nostalgic 1950’s, as the girls delivered their latest single in front of a diner with the help of some backup dancers.

Before they took the stage, the K-pop quartet talked with Kimmel about working with fellow music superstar Cardi B for the song ‘Bet You Wanna,’ saying:

“We used to listen to her song all the time and we were such big fans. So when we heard she was gonna be a part of our album, we just started screaming and jumping up and down.”

Check out their performance as well as their interview after the jump: (more…)