Quavo‘s 2023-released sophomore solo album, ‘Rocket Power,’ may not have taken off the way its predecessor (2018’s ‘Quavo Huncho‘) did on the Billboard 200, but that certainly hasn’t acted as a deterrent for the Migos star’s promotional strategy.

Having already gifted the video treatment to the LP’s cuts Greatness,’ Hold Me,’ ‘Disciples,’ ’11:11,’ and the Future-assisted ‘Turn Yo Clic Up,’ the GRAMMY nominee adds another clip to his growing videography: ‘Galaxy.’

“This the feeling when I get when I cop the Mercedes and I wanna splurge on my lady,” raps Quavo on the Alex Lustig-produced track. “Hundred racks and I got it all cash and I came out the trap and they look at me crazy.”

Directed by Keemotion, hop inside to see the Dominican Republic-filmed action.


Sexyy Red may have seen the solo version of ‘Hellcats SRTs‘ crowned a fan favorite on ‘Hood Hottest Princess‘ (her June-released sophomore mixtape), but its Lil Durk-assisted remix is poised to give the cut just the push needed to ride onto the Hot 100.

“Fifty-fifty, split my bill with who? Don’t play with my lil’ b-tch/ I got booster b-tches, don’t stеal Amiri, they keep a Nike Tech,” adds Durk to the Shawn Ferrari-produced track. “Glo ain’t link with Doodiе, but I know Sexyy want one night with Threat.”

Unveiled Friday (September 15) alongside a Jerry Productions-helmed music video, zoom inside to see Red and Durk do what they do best.


After playing assistant on a number of well-received cuts for the better part of the year, Muni Long has made ‘Made for Me‘ her inaugural solo release of 2023.

The first taste of official music she’s dropped since the unveiling of her debut album, 2022’s ‘Public Displays of Affection: The Album,’ ‘Made’ boasts production credits from legendary producer-songwriters Jermaine Dupri and Bryan-Michael Cox.

“Can’t even deny it, every time I try it / One look in my eyes, you know I’m lyin’, lyin’ / Body to body, skin to skin (I’m never gon’ love like this) / I’m never gon’ love like this again (Again, yeah) / You were made for me (Just for me),” she croons on the sultry tune.

Believed to be a foretaste of the sounds set to line her sophomore album (due on digital shelves next year), hop inside to get acquainted with ‘Made.’


It’s here!

Drake has unlocked his brand new single ‘Slime You Out’ featuring SZA.

Announced with minimal notice, the superstar collaboration serves as the lead release from Drizzy’s hotly anticipated new album ‘For All The Dogs’ – due September 22. 

The song, which finds Drake once again playing on R&B terrain, sees him and  SZA ruminating on the complexities of love and navigating toxicities.

What are you waiting for? Take a listen to ‘Slime You Out.’


Diddy is hitting the promotional trail in support of his new LP ‘The Love Album: Off the Grid.’

And The Breakfast Club was his latest stop. Aptly, the appearance saw the music mogul dish on…a lot.

Chopping it up with Charlamagne Tha God, DJ Envy, and long-running guest host Jess Hilarious, the music maestro opened up about his star-studded project, giving back publishing rights to his Bad Boy roster of artists, navigating the loss of his ex Kim Porter, his bid to buy BET, and much more.

As ever, Diddy delivered interview gold.

Check out the insightful sit-down below…


Ayra Starr has been storming the scene with her flavorsome brand of Afro-Pop.

Building on the momentum of globally renowned bops such as ‘Bloody Samaritan’ and ‘Rush’ (which have drummed up north of 400 million streams), the Nigerian starlet returns with ‘Rhythm & Blues.’

A deliciously infectious slice of the sound many have come to know and love from the 21-year-old, the track sees her showcase a new side of herself lyrically.

Speaking on the track, Starr – who is in the midst of a sold-out US tour – said:

“I considered myself a hard girl, void of vulnerability. I would say love songs were cheesy and wouldn’t think of making one, but I’ve finally found a balance. I’ve put myself out there and I’m allowing myself to receive and give love through music. It’s safe to say I’ve let my guard down with ‘Rhythm & Blues.’”

Take a listen below…


Diddy celebrates the release of his brand new LP, ‘The Love Album: Off the Grid,’ with the video premiere for its latest single, ‘Another One of Me.’

Billed as The Weeknd‘s “final collaboration,” the butter smooth jam also features 21 Savage and French Montana. 

The trio of guests joins a star-studded lineup of collaborators on Diddy’s LP; a lineup that includes Justin Bieber, Jazmine Sullivan, a reunited Dirty Money, Mary J. Blige, Summer Walker, and more.

Watch the James Larese-directed video after the jump…


Readers of That Grape Juice know how passionate we are about music – whether that be past or present.

However, unlike our other segments – Retro Rewind, TGJ Replay, and From The Vault – The Pop Stop is the most in-depth look at Pop songs that may have flown under the radar over the last week that you should know, rather they be from music’s biggest stars or those on the rise.

This week, we want to highlight cuts from Zara Larsson, Maren Morris, Noah Kahan, and The Wandering Hearts .

Join us inside…


Barely three weeks after SZA fans woke up to news she had join forces with chart-topping Pop pinup Justin Bieber for the long-awaited, cameo-filled music video for her Hot 100 top 10 hit ‘Snooze,’ the GRAMMY winners are making headlines for linking up again – this time for an acoustic spin on the on the Babyface-produced number.

“In the droptop ride with you, I feel like Scarface (Scarface) / Like that white bitch with the bob, I’ll be your main one (main one) / Let’s take this argument back up to place / Sex remind you, I’m nonviolent, I’m your day one,” Bieber croons on the stripped track.

After a push from a Doja Cat-assisted remix pushed SZA’s previous hit, ‘Kill Bill,’ to the top spot on the Hot 100, will the Justin assist do the same for ‘Snooze’?

Hop inside to listen and tell us.


Tee Grizzley makes it clear he doesn’t GAF if a woman he is romantically interested in is off the market with his new single (aptly titled ‘IDGAF‘).

“I heard you, you got a man / You love that n-gga, you ain’t gotta tell me again,” raps Detroit son on the Chris Brown and Mariah the Scientist-assisted tune.

Marking his return to the music scene since dropping the ‘Controversy‘ album earlier this year, ‘IDGAF’ arrives alongside a music video directed by Blu and Mikey Rare.

Catch it in full inside.


The stars literally aligned for Diddy‘s new LP ‘The Love Album: Off the Grid,’ lifted to digital platforms courtesy of the newly formed Love Records on Friday (September 15).

Studded with big names that only a mogul of his ilk could assemble, ‘Love’ – his first solo-billed project in 17 years – features The Weeknd, Justin Bieber, Jazmine Sullivan, H.E.R., The Dream, Fabolous, Summer Walker, Mary J. Blige, and many others.

“Music is my first love, and music has given me a second chance at life, so stepping back into the studio to make this album has been a soulful experience that brought me closer to myself and my purpose,” Diddy said in an official press release. “This album wasn’t created to feed an algorithm or be relevant with the trends of the times — it was created to touch souls and freely express my story with the best artists, writers and producers shaping the future of R&B.”

Stream the 23-song effort inside via Spotify and Apple Music.


Between enjoying a critically and commercially acclaimed run on the Vegas Strip and his biggest hit in years on the Billboard Hot 100 (the Summer Walker and 21 Savage-assisted ‘Good Good‘), Usher fans would be surprised he is still making time in his busy schedule to crank out new music.

As they wait with bated breath on updates about his forthcoming studio album, his first solo LP since 2016’s ‘Hard II Love,’ the 8x GRAMMY winner is going hard as assistant on J. Balvin‘s new single ‘Dientes.’

“I was flyin’ up high in the private in it, two pilots / Balsamic all in it (Uh?), big salads (Yeah) / Wonderin’, when you score is when they all sit back (Huh?) / I guess that’s when they all get it, head pivot,” Ush croons on the Latin bop that features an interpolation of his 2004 chart-topper ‘Yeah.’

Also featuring a guest appearance from DJ Khaled, look inside to see the trio do what they do best aboard the lively music video for ‘Dientes.’