After a rocky month, Camila Cabello unwrapped good news this week.
And it relates to her recently released sophomore album ‘Romance.’
For, moments after the song’s debut, they rolled its action-packed video.
Aptly cinematic, the visual is the first to be lifted from the ‘Birds Of Prey’ movie soundtrack – which arrives on February 7th via Atlantic Records.
Really, though. What are you waiting for? Watch the Houston hotties werk it after the jump…
Nearly 5 years have separated fans of Selena Gomez from her last album, ‘Revival,’ but the wait for a new body of work came to a close Friday (January 10) when the Pop diva unleashed her latest LP, ‘Rare.’
Kicked off by the chart-topping single, ‘Lose You to Love Me,’ and its Hot 100 top 30 follow-up, ‘Look at Her Now,’ the 27-year-old has seen anticipation for the tunes’ parent project pushed into the stratosphere courtesy of a number of teasers and album trailers.
Now, fans – affectionately called #Selenators – can hear the 13-track opus in full. Was it worth the wait? Look inside and tell us:
Drake & Future spent the last months of 2019 teasing a reunion, presumed by most to be the follow-up to their chart-topping duet album, ‘What a Time To Be Alive’ (2015).
Now, courtesy of the new single, ‘Life is Good,’ the duo have made good on their promises to their respective fan bases. Dropping the tune’s accompanying, Director X-directed music video Friday (January 10), the visual features a bevy of cameos from fellow hitmakers including the likes of 21 Savage, Lil Yachty, Mike Will Made-It, and more.
Curious to see them show off their acting chops? The magic awaits inside:
After ample teasing, ‘Diamonds’ – the highly anticipated collaboration from Megan Thee Stallion and Normani – has finally arrived.
Lifted from the soundtrack for the ‘Birds Of Prey’ movie – the ‘Suicide Squad’ spin-off film centered on famed femme DC villain Harley Quinn (portrayed by Margot Robbie) – ‘Diamonds’ acts as the lead single for the movie’s all-female soundtrack (slated for release on February 7).
Ahead of ‘Diamonds’ accompanying music video, due soon, look inside to hear the song:
After a string of critically and commercially acclaimed singles in 2019, Khalid is kicking off 2020 in grand fashion with a new release – ‘Eleven.’
Citing Timbaland and Aaliyah as its inspiration, ‘Eleven’ – much like its predecessor ‘Up All Night’ (released last November) – may not be attached to a parent project (as of time reported), but that certainly doesn’t make it any less worthy of replay.
“Late at night, eleven, we’re cruising / Lately, I’ve been watching your movements,” sings Khalid. “If I’m the only one that you’re choosing / Am I your favorite drug you’ve been using?”
Also containing ad-libbed vocals from UK R&B crooner Craig David, look inside for your first listen to the latest from K:
Are we the only ones who love when awards’ season is in full swing?
With the Grammys around the corner and the Golden Globes in rearview, next up is the NAACP Image Awards.
Unveiling its full list of nods today, the prestigious award honors actors, actresses, singers, authors, and activists of color, in and out of the entertainment industry, via its 51st annual presentation this year live on BET.
Music royals such as Beyonce and Bruno Mars landed noms in the recording categories, as did newcomers such as Lizzo and H.E.R.
Elsewhere Netflix leads in the TV categories, with major looks for ‘When They See Us’ and Eddie Murphy‘s ‘Dolemite Is My Name.’
Ahead of finding out who will walk away with the coveted trophies on February 2nd, head below to see the full nominations list:
Alicia Keys continues her comeback campaign with the release of ‘Underdog’ – the video for which arrived moments ago.
Speaking on the track, the 15-time GRAMMY winner said:
“Some people may think of the word underdog as a negative word but I see it as a powerful word representing people who may be underestimated and yet still rise to the challenge and exceed expectations. I love this song so much because it’s about real life and real people and our experiences. We’ve all been in a place in our lives where we’ve had to defy the odds. It’s never easy. One of my favorite lyrics in the song is, ‘They say I would never make it but I was built to break the mold.’ I don’t think there’s a person on the planet that hasn’t felt that way.”
Check out the visual below…
With the January 18th arrival of Beyonce‘s Adidas x IVY Park collaboration rapidly drawing near, Queen Bey has unboxed a brand new commercial.
Rocking items from the hotly anticipated line, the superstar singer is joined by an army of models sporting the pieces too.
After launching as a jointly owned venture with Topshop in 2016, Bey bought back their half last year and teamed with Adidas – while still retaining full ownership. A boss!
Before its grand landing, check out its stylish commercial, starring Beyonce, after the jump…