After much ado, the official ‘Charlie’s Angels’ soundtrack soars onto digital shelves today (November 1).

Curated and co-executive produced by Ariana Grande, the musical effort precedes the highly anticipated Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, and Ella Balinska-led film’s arrival into theaters by two weeks (November 15).

Having already gifted fans the top 20 hit, ‘Don’t Call Me Angel’ (Grande, Lana Del Rey, and Miley Cyrus), and the high octane ‘How It’s Done’ (Kash Doll, Kim Petras, Alma, and Stefflon Don), the lady-loaded affair is chock full of stars and even features the likes of Chaka Khan, Nicki Minaj, Normani, Danielle Bradbery, and more.

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Steamy would be an understatement for what Teyana Taylor and Kehlani are serving up in the music video for the former’s single, ‘Morning.’

As we previously reported, the sizzling visual – which sees Teyana play star and director – was teased in earnest before making its arrival just moments ago. With hot girl-on-girl action sure to get a rise out of many, the wringing wet effort will undoubtedly make a splash much like its 90’s-soaked predecessor – ‘How You Want It’ featuring King Combs from Taylor’s December 6th-due effort, ‘The Album.’

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It’s here!

Ariana Grande, Normani, and Nicki Minaj have unleashed collaboration ‘Bad To You.’

The hotly anticipated jam is lifted from the 2019 ‘Charlie’s Angels’ soundtrack, which Ari is executive producing (click here to stream it).

With the LP’s lead offering, ‘Don’t Call Me Angel’ (ft. Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey), delivering so-so returns (as we reported here), could ‘Bad’ yield a great hit for the project?

Listen below and let us know…


Beyonce has made stealth movements one of her trademarks, however it’s becoming clear that the Queen is cooking up something special for her recently released compilation project ‘The Gift.’

Unleashed as a companion piece to ‘The Lion King’ (the billion-dollar grossing flick, which she starred in as Nala), the set received praise aplenty for its rich embrace of Afrobeats.

Yet for all the love heaped on the LP, fans longed in earnest for visuals.

And, in recent weeks, multiple sources have revealed that she’s shot multiple videos.

Now, there’s info on the latest. Join us after the jump for details…


Cop a gander of Cardi B!

As we reported, the reigning rap royal heats up Halloween as Poison Ivy.

Striking as ever, the femcee committed to the character in earnest and nailed it!

The snap comes following the climax of Cardi’s Netflix talent search ‘Rhythm & Flow’ and also as fans anticipate the star’s next musical move.

Having hinted at no new music being due until 2020, there may be a short while to go before the new-new drops. But pending then, peep more from Poison Ivy below…


Dua Lipa has kicked off her sophomore campaign with new single ‘Don’t Start Now.’

The dancefloor jam arrives on the heels the singer’s breakthrough success – which was very much a global phenomenon and earned her a Best New Artist award at the Grammys and three BRIT Awards.

Speaking on the track, she explained:

“I chose to put this song out first so I could close one chapter of my life and start another. Into a new era with a new sound! It’s about moving on and not allowing anyone to get in the way of that. It also felt like a natural first song choice as I made it with the brilliant same crew I made ‘New Rules’ with.”

With its video due later today, Lipa has uniquely shared the full length song in visual format; one that also dubs as a preview for the Nabil directed video.

Check it out below…


Per usual, Halloween night brings with it some jaw-dropping Hollywood transformations.

From Cardi B to Nicki Minaj, NormaniMegan Thee Stallion, and more, a whole host of names got into the spirit with characteristically over-the-top ensembles.

Join us below to see the likes of Ariana Grande, Ciara, Justin Timberlake, and more show up and show out…


It’s just not been a good week for YG.

The ‘Big Bank’ beau (born Keenon Jackson) found himself in big trouble with the White House after kicking a fan off stage for refusing to denounce president Donald Trump on Saturday (October 26).  Enduring days of harassment from Trump supporters on his social media handles, the Donald defenders were joined by Kehlani fans who also began slamming Jackson after video obtained from our friends at The Shade Room showed him kissing another woman.

Once the clip went viral, the rapper issued a statement to deny he was cheating.  See it all inside:


As Sam Smith fans await official news about their official third album, the follow-up to 2017’s chart-topping ‘The Thrill of It All,’ the Grammy winner’s thrilling fans with a tease of the yet-titled LP’s newest single.

Reportedly titled ‘I Feel Love,’ the up-tempo cut will see Sam dust off their dancing shoes once more and follow the footsteps of preceding single, ‘How Do You Sleep?’ (which was certified Gold today by the RIAA).

Giving fans much to celebrate, look inside for the teaser of ‘Love’:


Despite promising ‘no more social media or interviews’ just a few weeks ago (as we reported here), the promo train presses forward for ‘Press’ performer Cardi B.

The Rap diva’s most recent pit stop came aboard a hilarious visit to the ‘Ellen’ show where she was introduced to ‘Cardi E.’ – the host’s attempt to transform into the ‘Trap Selena’ for Halloween.

“Before we start, I want to say my eyes are up here. My boobs are everywhere else,” Ellen joked. “My costume this year is a tribute to Cardi B’s character in the movie Hustlers… E is for Ellen. It’s also my bra size.”

See the fun-filled feature inside:


Pop force P!nk has never made a secret of her longstanding admiration of Pop queen Janet Jackson.

Even before joining the likes of Usher and Mya in an iconic MTV dance tribute to the diva’s legendary music videos, the 40-year-old (born Alecia Moore) has saluted Ms. Jackson for being one of the reasons she pursued a career in show business.

As such, it’s no surprise when Billboard recently quizzed Moore for thoughts about the upcoming Super Bowl Halftime Show, she pointed to its 2004 headliner as her first choice as a preferred performer.

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After parting ways with her longtime label and manager, Tinashe is back and doing things her way.

Last week brought with it the debut of new single ‘Die A Little Bit,’ which was paired with a high-octane dance-driven video.

And it looks as though fans won’t be waiting all that long for its parent project.

Details below…