SZA marks the release of her long-awaited sophomore album ‘S.O.S’ with the video for ‘Nobody Gets Me.’

The emotionally-raw track – much like its housing LP – finds the singer in a pensive space. Indeed, she sings:

“I don’t wanna see you with anyone but me? Nobody gets me like you
How am I supposed to let you go? Only like myself when I’m with you
Nobody gets me, you do.”

‘Nobody’ has been paired with a monochrome visual, which was directed by Bradley J. Calder.

Watch below…


R. Kelly fans thought Christmas had come early for them when a surprise new album from the disgraced music star titled ‘I Admit It’ appeared out of nowhere on streaming services Friday (December 9).

But, just as many were getting cozy with the 13-track effort, streamers began snatching it down once official reps confirmed it was a fake.


2023 is shaping up to be quite the busy year for R&B veteran Monica.

As she reportedly puts the finishing touches on her long-awaited ninth studio effort, ‘Trenches,’ as well as a Country album, the GRAMMY winner is said to be bringing another delayed project back to the forefront: her Apple Music radio show ‘Mo Talk.’

Details inside.



R. Kelly may be behind bars currently serving a 30-year sentence for racketeering and sex trafficking (as we reported here), but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t found time to drop a few bars for a reportedly new project.

Details inside.


Few vocalists can rival the chart stats of Bruno Mars over the last decade.

When not leading the list of accumulated Hot 100 top 10 hits (among males), he’s spotted in the exclusive club of acts who have spent over 250 career weeks on the same tally.

His Billboard 200 record isn’t anything to shake a stick at either.

Since his 2010 debut effort, ‘Doo-Wops & Hooligans,’ he’s never seen an album premiere outside of the hitlist’s top 3.  What’s more, that particular set – which features some of his most beloved hits like ‘Just the Way You Are,’ ‘Grenade,’ ‘The Lazy Song,’ and ‘Marry You’ – looks to be hitched to the chart (with no divorce in sight) given its ongoing tenancy.

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Tragedy has struck the family of Tina Turner once again. For, Ronnie Turner – the superstar’s son with Ike Turner – has died in Los Angeles.

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Bad Bunny has dominated like no other in 2022. Indeed, the superstar has been reigning with his blockbuster album ‘Un Verano Sin Ti,’ breaking records with his stadium tour, and nabbing major GRAMMY nominations.

Some artists would feel the pressure to keep the momentum going. Not Bad Bunny, though.

Quite the contrary.

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Ari Lennox may be in the midst of promotion for her new album ‘age/sex/location,’ but today saw the songbird hatch a fresh track in the form of ‘My Favorite Things.’

The singer puts a soulful spin on ‘The Sound of Music’ classic like only she can.

Speaking on the release of the cover, Lennox said:

“Hey, my loves!! I wanted to give you something special for being so good to me this year. My rendition of “My Favorite Things.”

Take a listen:


Just nine months after Eminem dethroned Drake as the King of Digital Music, the Canadian hitmaker returned in a big way to recapture the crown.

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Cultures collide in the most delectable way thanks to the Camila Cabello-assisted remix to Oxlade‘s ‘Ku Lo Sa.’

After watching its original incarnation amass over 200 million streams since its June release, the summertime smash is being extended a lifeline into winter thanks to the inclusion of the ‘Havana‘-singing GRAMMY nominee.

Announced just Wednesday (December 7), the remix comes as Cabello vowed to visit Lagos to meet with Ox and work on further projects of similar nature.

Until we find out what else the two are cooking up (as Camila is reportedly hard-at-work on the follow-up to her latest albumFamilia‘), look inside to hear their first collaboration.


For five years fans of SZA have been sending out an SOS for the songstress to deliver the follow-up to her critically acclaimed (and GRAMMY-nominated) debut album, ‘CTRL.’

Now, after years of false starts, setbacks, and reworks, December 9 sees the project finally lands on digital shelves.

As gratitude for their patience, the songstress (born Solána Imani Rowe) not only loaded the effort with a whopping 23 tracks including the previously shared songs ‘Shirt,’ Good Days,’ and ‘I Hate U’ but also packed an impressive list of contributors to the set including features from Travis Scott, Phoebe Bridgers, Ol’ Dirty Bastard and others while names like Benny Blanco, Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, and Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins line production credits.

What are you waiting for? Stream ‘SOS’ inside!


Be it for the good, bad, ugly, or downright shocking, 2022 was full of memorable moments!

Now, as the year draws to a close, That Grape Juice is reflecting on the occasions that rocked – and to some degree maybe even reshaped – the Urban and Pop cultural landscape as we know it.

Next, we’ll revisit how Pop Empress Janet Jackson reigned over TV ratings at the top of the year with her highly anticipated eponymous Lifetime documentary.