Check out Lady Gaga!

The Pop titan stuns on the double cover of InStyle Magazine, which also dubs as its Beauty Issue.

Posing it for a variety of striking shots (lensed by Nathaniel Goldberg), the feature also sees the singer open up about forthcoming album ‘Chromatica,’ battling back from depression, and her strong desire to start a family.

Pics and quotes below…


All roads lead to May 1st for songbird JoJo. 

For that day will see her hatch her fourth studio album ‘Good To Know.’

Anticipated in earnest by the singer’s legion of loyal fans, the set is the star’s first since 2016’s ‘Mad Love’ and her first under her own label Clover Music – a joint label venture with Warner Bros. 

Having given fans a taste of what to expect with lead single ‘Man,’ JoJo is sharing a behind the scenes look at the making of the LP.

Check out episode 1 below…


Remy Ma says that she now understands why Nicki Minaj may have had reservations about forming personal relationships with other female rappers.

The years following their bitter war of words has seen Ma use her platforms on social media and television (see ‘Revolt’) to praise her former foe and explain that she relates to a number of the issues she faces as a lady lyricist in an arena dominated by men.

This week she explained why her own issues with disingenuous peers have given her a better understanding and appreciation of Minaj’s decision to keep her distance from them…and their cash hungry handlers.

Watch below…


‘Underdog’ is proving itself a winner for Alicia Keys.

The latest single from her delayed seventh album, ‘ALICIA,’ the Johnny McDaid-produced tune was released in January and only made a brief appearance in the Hot 100 at that time before slipping out of the tally for weeks.

However, after a lifeline came in the form of an Amazon-sponsored push (click here to read more), ‘Underdog’ became an anthem for essential workers in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.  Re-engagement from the public, alongside an aggressive promo campaign that’s seen her perform the song on a number of televised platforms in recent weeks, has spelled well for its renewed performance on the Hot 100.

See what we mean inside:


Justin Bieber may be undergoing some serious changes with his touring schedule due to the global health crisis (as we reported here), but – much to fan delight – his promotion of the jaunt nor the chart-topping project it was named after have been impacted.

Keeping his promise of dropping a new visual each week in support of one of the LP’s cuts, the Grammy winner recently unveiled looks at clips for the songs ‘At Least for Now’ and its album’s title track, ‘Changes.’

While the former tune’s video showcases the fancy footwork of dancer/choreographer Sean Lew, the latter’s sees JB become one with nature like never before.

Watch both inside:


As Rihanna fans, affectionately called #TheNavy, impatiently wait for new music from the diva, they’re eating up anything she’s attached to in the process.  Case in point? Her feature on PartyNextDoor‘s ‘Believe It.’

The song, which serves as the latest single from his third studio album, ‘PARTYMOBILE’ (released March 27), is the first original material released by Rih since her guest spot on N.E.R.D‘s moderate 2017 hit, ‘Lemon.’

Making an impressive #23 debut on this week’s Hot 100, ‘Believe’s arrival’ marks the end of her longest break ever from the chart as she’s had a top 40 hit in every year since her 2005 debut up to 2017.  Of course, leave it to the Grammy winner-turned-fashion-icon to return in major fashion.

Look inside to see what historic achievement ‘Believe’ brings with it:


Lady Gaga was the Queen of Late Night Monday (April 6) as she hit not one, not two, but three outlets to dish on her fight against the spread of coronavirus.

Coming on the heels of the announcement she’s curated a benefit concert alongside Global Citizen and the World Health Organization to raise awareness and funds for COVID-19 research (click here to read more), Gaga took to ‘The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon,’ ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!,’ and ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ to explain how the collaboration came to be and what fans can expect from the event upon its April 18 launch.

Did you miss any of the action? See it inside:


The Weeknd refuses to let up on the competition.

In addition to concurrently reigning over the Billboard 200 and Hot 100 with his latest studio LP, ‘After Hours,’ and its single, ‘Blinding Lights,’ respectively, the Grammy winner (born Abel Tesfaye) recently made history for becoming the first male vocalist to nab 10 simultaneous top 40 placements on the singles chart (click here to read more about that).

Now, after gifting three of those songs an accompanying music video (‘Lights,’ ‘Heartless,’ ‘In Your Eyes’), Tesfaye’s looking to add album cut, ‘Until I Bleed Out,’ to his list of top 40 hits by giving it the visual treatment.

Look inside to see the clip:


Lauren Jauregui is lighting a match under new single ‘Lento.’ 

Unleashed last month, the Tainy assisted cut is the latest offering from the soulful songbird; and now she’s hatched its first live performance on VEVO. 

Celebrating her Cuban roots, the 23-year-old belts the bilingual bop, accompanied by a bassist and percussionist.

Check out the stirring showcase below…


Embattled R&B legend R. Kelly has learned his request to be released from prison due to fear of contracting COVID-19 has been denied.

Details inside:


Craig David has teamed up with the producer/artist Lauren Faith (above) and Diztortion to release a brand spanking new tune named ‘All That She Wants.’

The ‘Fill Me In‘ singer unveiled the release minutes ago as part of efforts to lifts the moods of his quarantine-bound fans and to lead the way for new material he plans to release in the coming months.

Hit the play button below for your first listen!


Dua Lipa is breaking her personal records thanks to ‘Break My Heart’ – the third single from her latest hit LP, ‘Future Nostalgia.’

The follow-up to the top 5 hit ‘Don’t Start Now’ (which stands as the peak of her career to date on the tally), ‘Heart’ – released March 25 – made its Hot 100 debut this week at #21.  Coming as her highest opening on the hit list to date, the Monsters & Strangerz-produced bop (thanks to growing radio airplay, streaming, and strong digital downloads) shows promise to move even higher on next week’s edition of the Hot 100.

As extend our congratulations to the Brit beauty, look inside to see who joins her in the top 40 on the refreshed ‘TGJ Chart Check: Hot 100.’