As excitement grows for the September 24 theatrical release of the musical drama ‘Dear Evan Hansen,’ so does anticipation of its official soundtrack (which drops the same day).

Boasting a star-studded tracklist that includes the likes of SZA (as we previously reported) as well as Tori Kelly, Carrie Underwood, FINNEAS, and many more, the latest taste of music set to line the project comes via ‘You Will Be Found’ – a duet by unlikely pair Sam Smith and Summer Walker.

“Even when the dark comes crashing through / When you need a friend to carry you / And when you’re broken on the ground / You will be found / So let the sun come streaming in / ‘Cause you’ll reach up and you’ll rise again / Lift your head and look around / You will be found,” the duo croon on the inspirational track.

Hear it in full inside.


Sevyn Streeter‘s long-awaited sophomore solo album, ‘Drunken Wordz Sober Thoughtz,’ has finally arrived for your streaming pleasure.

Her first official studio effort since her debut LP, 2017’s ‘Girl Disrupted,’ ‘Thoughtz’ comes as a 15-track affair that boasts guest appearances from the likes of frequent collaborator Chris Brown as well as A$AP Ferg, BIA, Jeremih, Lucky Daye, and more.

Hear it in full inside courtesy of Apple Music and Spotify.


The perils of life in the closet acts as the plot behind Lil Nas X‘s latest music video, ‘That’s What I Want.’

Directed by Stillz, the new clip – which comes as the latest in a string of controversial visuals from LNX including ‘Call Me By Your Name,’ ‘Sun Goes Down,’ and ‘Industry Baby’ – addresses life for men who live double lives and are torn between being who society would have them be versus who they want to be.

A conversation starter for sure, ‘Want’ – which features a cameo from TONY and EMMY-winning singer-actor Billy Porter – arrives on the same day as its parent album, ‘Montero’ (click here to stream).

Watch it inside:


After rolling out one of the most unique (and unforgettable) campaigns to trumpet its arrival (see: pregnancy hoax), Lil Nas X‘s long-awaited debut album, ‘Montero,’ has finally landed on digital shelves.

The eponymous affair – kicked off by the controversial singles ‘Call Me By Your Name,’ ‘Sun Goes Down,’ and ‘Industry Baby’ – comes as LNX’s first studio effort and first full body of work since exploding onto the scene with 2019’s ‘Old Town Road’-housing EP, ‘7.’

Though X (born Montero Hill) handles most of the 15-track project by his lonesome, his list of guest stars – which includes Elton John, Jack Harlow, Doja Cat, Megan Thee Stallion, Miley Cyrus, and more – is far from anything to shake a stick at. What’s more, Hill recently revealed Nicki Minaj and Drake were almost included!

Nevertheless, hop inside to watch the ‘delivery announcement’ of ‘Montero’ then stream it courtesy of Apple Music and Spotify.


According to recently obtained legal documents, a Los Angeles courtroom won’t see T.I. and Tiny after accusations stemming from reports they drugged and sexually assaulted a woman in 2005 made headlines earlier this year.


The Nicki Minaj vaccine drama continues.

Days after the Rap diva took to social media to indicate she would not take the COVID-19 vaccine until she did ‘more research’ (as well as to share anecdotal references to someone who allegedly suffered swollen testicles as a result of taking it), Minaj has been in the center of ongoing debate about the sphere of her influence.

With responses wielded from the likes of Joy Reid, Meghan McCain, the Center for Disease Control, global public health officials, and more (as we reported here), what started as a tweet session with her fans has turned into an all-out fiasco with the ‘Anaconda’ rapstress being painted as ‘anti-vax’ (despite her never expressly saying such).

The latest chapter of the drama comes after she took to Twitter to indicate she would take her vaccine-related questions straight to the White House after she was reportedly invited to do so.  The problem?  The White House hit back saying no invitation was ever extended.


Kanye West is keeping the ‘Donda’ content coming.

Because, moments ago, the rapper unleashed the music video for ’24.’

The clip follows the recently unwrapped visual for ‘Come To Life’ – which featured his ex-wife Kim Kardashian.

All form part of a longitudinal push for the long-awaited project, which finally arrived on August 29. Shortly after, the LP went on to top the Billboard 200 with the highest first-week sales of the year…at that point.

With ‘Donda’ continuing to hold up on the charts, its latest visual ought to assist with its streaming-led dominance.

Check it out after the jump…


It’s almost delivery time for Lil Nas X!

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Tems continues her ascend with her new EP, ‘If Orange Was A Place.’

The five-track set lands on the heels of the singer’s smash hit Wizkid collaboration ‘Essence,’ an appearance on Drake‘s ‘Certified Lover Boy,’ and in tandem with her unveiling as Apple Music‘s latest Up Next artist.

With this project, the songbird hatches a flavorsome blend of jams that fuse her Afro roots with soulful R&B. It also places her uniquely versatile voice on center-stage.

Hotly tipped as one to watch, Tems is magnetizing the attention on a global scale.

Listen below to find out why…


Lil Nas X is hot on the press trail for his debut studio album ‘Montero.’

And, with just a day to go before its arrival, he hit up two of radio’s most potent platforms to dish on his meteoric rise and incoming music.

Fresh from show-stopping at the MET Gala, the 22-year-old sat down at both The Breakfast Club and Hot 97 and as ever kept it super candid.

No topic was off-limits, as such Nas waxed honest about being a Pop provocateur, the “gay agenda,” Boosie’s jabs, his artistic process, and much more.

Check out both interviews after the jump…


Emeli Sande has set sail on a new musical journey and has shared the first page of her new chapter.

Today, the award-winning songwriter unwrapped single ‘Family’ – which serves as the premiere taste of her forthcoming studio album.

The set, which follows 2019’s ‘Real Life,’ will be Sande’s first offering since signing with indie label Chrysalis Records.

Speaking on her return, Sande said:

“‘Family’ marks a new beginning on many levels for me. It’s an ode to resilience, rebirth, and renewal! It was created last year in my home studio, a time and place in which I felt more creative freedom than ever before. I hope that it uplifts and empowers each listener!”

Check out the visual below…


Nicki Minaj has been under fire this week after her remarks about not being vaccinated and claims about issues with the vaccines went viral.

The aftermath saw the femcee spar with the likes of Joy Reid, Piers Morgan, and more. Even the health minister in her home country of Trinidad expressed frustration with her comments.

Unfazed, Minaj has hit back at the collective furor and has drawn on the journey of civil rights leader Malcolm X to illustrate her stance.

See what we mean below…