While making history as the first Brazilian artist to perform at the MTV VMAs this year, Anitta gave a taste of her single, ‘Girl From Rio,’ to one of its biggest audiences yet.  Now, after building buzz for the song’s parent album (also titled ‘Girl From Rio’), fans are copping a gander at ‘Faking Love’ – the latest tune from the effort getting the single treatment.

Since performing that solo rendition, she’s since lifted a version featuring DaBaby and most recently Saweetie.  Hours after releasing the latter to streaming platforms Friday (October 15), Anitta lifted the cut’s accompanying music video.

A sizzling affair that sees the duo rock high fashion as they trade verses about romance gone awry, hop inside to see the Bradley & Pablo-directed action.


Camila Cabello was invited to bring her brigade of hits to help NPR close out their 2021 Hispanic Heritage Month celebration via their wildly popular segment ‘Tiny Desk Concerts.’

Delivering a rousing, cross-cultural performance by lending stripped down renditions of her biggest hits “Havana,” “Señorita,” “Don’t Go Yet,” and more, the acoustic set arrives just days after it was announced those very tunes received certification upgrades from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

Curious how she fared? Hop inside to see:


Eve is expecting!

The rapper has announced that she is pregnant with her first child with her mogul husband Maximillion Cooper.

Full story below…


Tonight brought with it one of the premiere screenings of Warner Bros‘King Richard’ at the London Film Festival 2021.

Anchored by Will Smith in the titular role, the spirited biopic is centered on the life of Richard Williams – the father of tennis legends Venus  & Serena Williams. 

Beyond the film’s stunning performances (and trust, they were indeed stunning. Especially that of Aunjanue Ellis, who is captivating in the role of matriarch Brandi), one of the film’s other major attractions is its end credits track – ‘Be Alive’ sung by the incomparable Beyonce.

Already deemed an early Oscars favorite by critics who saw the film last month, That Grape Juice echos those sentiments having heard the track moments ago.

Find out why below…


Kesha has landed a new gig.

For, the ‘Praying’ songstress has just scored her own series investigating the paranormal.

Full story below…


Megan Thee Stallion is in the hot seat, quite literally.

The ‘Savage’ rapper recently appeared on Complex’s ‘Hot Ones,’ where feasted on dangerously spicy chicken nuggets and answer questions about her music.

During this conversation, she revealed what it was like to meet BTS in person and what it was like to work with fellow female MC Cardi B for their ‘WAP’ video.

Meg’s appearance on the program comes after it was announced that she will have her own hot sauce at Popeyes and that she has become a franchise owner (as we reported here).

Watch Megan on ‘Hot Ones’ below…


Lauren Jauregui continues to roll out the new tunes.

This time around, she has teamed up with Vic Mensa for her new song ‘Scattered.’ 

The fall-infused ballad sees the duo confront emotional demons as they find their way to trusting another on their journey. Across the song, Jauregui sings:

“Scattered like the leaves upon the wind / When seasons must begin to change again / Shattered, pointed shards, a heart is broken, left in patterns on the carpet where she wept.”

The former Fifth Harmony member’s latest tune comes after she released the track ‘Colors’ last week. Both songs are set to appear on her upcoming ‘Prelude’ project.

Listen to ‘Scattered’ below…


Adele may be the industry’s leading sales force, but she’s not resting on her earlier success in the promotional push for her comeback single ‘Easy On Me.’

The soaring ballad serves as the lead release from the superstar’s fourth studio album ’30,’ which due November 19 via Columbia Records. 

This morning, the British belter embarked on a full-on round of radio interviews with several stations in the UK – including BBC Radio 1, Capital FM, and Hits.

Across her various chats, the 33-year-old opened up about her LP which she revealed was actually meant to be released last year.

She shared that ‘Easy’ is not indicative of the entire album. Instead, she said it was purposefully rolled out first to quench the thirst of those with an appetite for her established sound.

Interestingly, the performer also addressed murmurs surrounding her live plans. Namely touring and the reported Las Vegas residencyThe latter of which seems likely based on her response.

Check out the interviews below


Coldplay is back.

The British band has now unleashed their ninth studio album,  ‘Music Of The Spheres.’ 

The project brought in famed hitmaker Max Martin to serve as executive producer and also features contributions in the production from Oscar Holter and Bill Rahko.

Coldplay brought along some special friends for the record too. Selena Gomez and BTS are both featured on tracks.

Coldplay previous shared the singles ‘Higher Power’ and ‘My Universe’ from the album. The latter of which became a #1 on the Billboard Hot 100, Coldplay’s first since 2008.

What are you waiting for? Stream new Coldplay via Spotify and Apple Music below…


Kash Doll may have recently delivered news she and boo thang Tracy T are expecting their first child together, but – as evidenced by her latest single – that hasn’t stopped the rapper-actress from reminiscing on when she was ‘single and happy.’

Over a month after first unveiling the Wale and Eric Bellinger-assisted tune, Doll has dropped its accompanying music video.  Directed by Michelle Parker, the clip sees her take the throne while men compete to be her king.

“If we gon’ be f*cking around / Ain’t gon’ be no f*cking around / Don’t get caught up in your feelings / ‘Cause if you fall in love, that’s on you / Single and I’m happy, single ’til I’m ready,” she spits on the Dre Butterz-produced bop.

Hear it inside and peep the spicy music video.


With 2013’s ‘Wrapped In Red,’ GRAMMY winner Kelly Clarkson joined an exclusive list of artists whose holiday efforts became such fan favorites that they perennially soar to the upper rankings of Billboard’s Holiday Charts.

Now the diva-turned-talk show host is looking to double music lovers’ pleasure by unveiling her second yuletide-flavored LP, ‘When Christmas Comes Around…’

Covering Christmas classics like ‘Last Christmas,’ ‘Santa Baby,’ ‘It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas,’ ‘Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree,’ ‘All I Want for Christmas,’ and more, the project – kicked off by the cheeky ‘Christmas Isn’t Canceled (Just You)’ – famously features guest appearances from her ‘The Voice’ co-star Ariana Grande and more.

Stream ‘When Christmas’ inside via Apple Music and Spotify.


Summer Walker fans who are over the wait for new music from the songstress were thrilled when she recently announced ‘Still Over It’ – the sequel to her top-selling, 2019 debut album – will hit shelves next month (November 5).

Ahead of its arrival, Walker has unleashed ‘Ex for a Reason’ – the latest taste of music set to line the project’s tracklist.  Calling on assistance from City Girls star JT, the song’s lyrics see Summer serve a warning to the man in her life who’s intent on keeping his former flame around.

“That b*tch your ex for a reason though (Reason though) / So much, hard to take / Give a f*ck ’bout what she gotta say,” she croons on the sizzling mid-tempo.

Hear it in full inside: