The K-Pop force BTS has topped the Pollstar Live 75 chart after earning north of $5 million from just six live shows.

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The fallout between Taylor Swift and Scooter Braun is raging on.

As widely reported, chaos ensued when news hit that the mega-manager had purchased the singer’s former label Big Machine – in the process snapping up the masters of her entire catalogue.

Swift reacted with a scathing indictment of Braun and Big Machine – both of whom have denied her take on the episode.

Big Machine’s Scott Borchetta took it a step further and stressed that the star was given the chance to bid on her music.

Her lawyer says otherwise. His words below…


‘The Lion King’ charges into theaters on July 19th and is fast shaping to be one of the biggest movies in recent years.

Beyond being one of Disney‘s most successful franchises, the live-action incarnation of the flick is especially anticipated thanks to the starring roles of Beyonce and Donald Glover, who play Nala and Simba respectively.

With the release date fast approaching, Queen Bey has signalled her excitement by sharing a promo snap of her face to face with her counterpart. Check out the pic above.

The 23-time Grammy winner is confirmed to play an integral role in both the film and its music, with director Jon Favreau confirming she has recorded an original song too.

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Russ has condemned powerful players in the music industry for polluting Pop culture with artists who misrepresent and degrade black culture.

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The masses may not be able to get enough of Lil Nas X‘s #1 smash ‘Old Town Road,’ but the artist himself is fed up of the homophobia heaped his way.

As reported, the 20-year-old appears to have come out over the weekend during an aptly timed and toned tweet that arrived during LGBTQ Pride.

In the time since, many have commended the riding star for his bravery – vowing to support him whatever his preference. Yet, a pocket of others have pelted the young talent with insult after homophobic insult.

Well, clearly irked, Lil Nas took to social media to clap-back with…


Miley Cyrus aims to maintain the momentum of new EP ‘She Is Coming’ with the video for one of its more notable numbers – ‘Mother’s Daughter.’

The edgy clip sees the Pop provocateur celebrate women in their many wonderful forms.

As reported, ‘She Is Coming’ the first of three EPs due this year. ‘She Is Here’ will be unleashed in the Summer and ‘She Is Everything’ in the Fall. Together, they’ll make up the star’s seventh studio album ‘She Is Miley Cyrus.’

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Chris Brown‘s being branded a ‘colorist’ after defending problematic lyrics from his new song, ‘Need a Stack’ (found aboard his recently released ‘Indigo’ album).

As the LP is reportedly dusting the competition in the race for the top of next week’s charts (as we reported here), its content – namely ‘Stack’ (which features longtime collaborators Lil Wayne and Joyner Lucas) – has earned a stack of negative criticism from fans upset with the line:

“Only wanna f**k the black b*tches with the nice hair,” he sings.

After Twitter users brought attention to the lyric, the hoopla eventually reached the desk of Breezy.  His responses caused more commotion than the line.  See what we mean inside:


‘Fresh Az I’m Iz’ emcee Bow Wow (born Shad Moss) has stepped into a fresh batch controversy thanks to accusations of domestic violence wielded by ex-girlfriends Erica Mena and Kiyomi Leslie.

The ladies – who have reportedly developed a friendship recently – took Moss to task on social media for abuse they allegedly suffered at his hands.  Leslie, who originally reported her miscarriage was due to stress, rocked headlines last week when she said it was actually due to the rapper punching her in the stomach.

Mena chimed in on the tweets and dropped bombshells of her own. See the action inside:


Pride month was chock full of Madonna, just the way we are sure her legion of LGBT fans would like it.

Topping the charts with her 14th studio album, ‘Madame X’ (released June 14), the Queen of Pop ended the month with a rocking performance during New York City’s Pride Island 2019 (June 30).

Lending a 20 minute set, the diva may have opened with her classic, dance floor groove ‘Vogue,’ but from there she rendered live performances of her politically charged tunes ‘God Control’ and ‘I Rise’ (both found on ‘Madame X’) and also a rare live performance of her equally political 2003 hit, ‘American Life.’

“Fifty years, people,” she said. “Fifty years of celebrating. Fifty years of revolution. Fifty years of freedom fighting. Fifty years of putting up with discrimination, hatred and indifference. Fifty years of blood, sweat and tears. Fifty years of not bowing down to fear. We have been on this journey together, and I am so proud and honored to share this historical evening with you.”


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An allegation from Tina Turner‘s past has resurfaced today thanks to a post published by a  popular Instagram page.

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Blueface is on the receiving end of harsh remarks after footage of him forcing his mother and sister out of his home was placed online.

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