Taylor Swift has taken over the charts thanks to her album ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’ and it account for a lot of the sales market in the United States.
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Hours after the unveiling of the 2024 GRAMMY nominations on Friday (November 10), the entertainment industry and its enthusiasts are still buzzing over music’s biggest night (and biggest honor).
Ahead of toasting the year’s best and brightest on February 4, 2024, the coveted tally of nods expectedly listed the likes of chart-toppers Taylor Swift, SZA, and Olivia Rodrigo as competitors for the ceremony’s top honors.
While jaws dropped to see some of the categories they were mentioned in and omitted from, fan groups of other major hitmakers like P!nk, Chloe Bailey, Latto, Travis Scott, Sam Smith, and Kylie Minogue are steam-pressed their favorites were placed in unexpected categories or totally shut out all togther.
Look inside to see who made That Grape Juice‘s list of ‘2024 GRAMMY Snubs and Surprises.’
The celebration continues for Tamar Braxton, who has extended her ‘Love and War 10th Anniversary Tour.’
Mounted in commemoration of the songbird’s GRAMMY nominated 2013 breakthrough LP, the North American jaunt has taken her across multiple US cities and featured special guests such as Drew Sidora, Candiace Dillard, and Tiffany Evans.
And the live stage slay will continue with additional dates in December through to January 2024.
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Nicki Minaj is getting candid about her struggles.
As reported, the femcee stuns on the December cover of Vogue Magazine. And while the feature reaffirms why Minaj is renowned for serving looks on looks, she also seized the platform to open up about her past addiction to the drug Percocet.
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‘Padam Padam’ appears to be the hit that keeps on giving.
As if watching the tune dominate global charts and garner critical acclaim in ways she’s not experienced (arguably) since the 2001’s top-selling ‘Fever‘ wasn’t enough, Kylie Minogue also watched its parent project – ‘Tension‘ – open in America to her biggest numbers in nearly 20 years.
Now, the Aussie Pop royal may be set to get the cherry on top as ‘Padam’ has been nominated for a GRAMMY!
The nominations for the 2024 GRAMMYs have been rolled out, and – per usual – music lover are buzzed and bummed over the surprises and snubs respectively.
Among the former, however, are the slew of nods received by a crew of 2023’s most noteworthy R&B belles: Victoria Monet, Coco Jones, Halle Bailey, and Tyla!
It’s Grammy nomination time!
Music’s biggest calendar night, the 66th annual GRAMMY Awards, are set to air on February 4, 2024 live on CBS.
The industry’s brightest stars will align to shine at the event, which takes place at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles and will boast performances from the creme de la creme.
SZA leads with a whopping nine nominations, followed by Victoria Monét, Phoebe Bridgers, and Serban Ghenea who landed 7 each.
Today, excitement for the ceremony soared to new heights as its committee reveals which artists have been nominated in which categories.
What are you waiting for? The full nominations for the 2024 GRAMMYs await below…
With her Gold-certified inaugural Hot 100 hit, ‘Don’t Play With It’ (2021), launching her to stardom, rising rapstress is ready to go to the next level with her long-awaited debut album ‘Dennis Daughter.’
A 12-track effort featuring Hip-Hop heavy hitters like Coi Leray, Latto, Yung Miami, Bryson Tiller, French Montana, and more, the project is delivered on the wings of its preceding singles ‘Don’t Play With It’ as well as ‘You,’ ‘Pit Stop,’ and ‘Don’t Get Me Started.’
The latter’s release was celebrated with the unveiling of its official music video in tandem with its parent project’s landing on digital shelves.
“Please don’t get me started / Been a fly b-tch before the clipper had just departed / Did it all in one wife-beater, it’s different garments / I want parts of my opps too, so we split the target,” she raps in the Starr Mazi-directed clip.
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Weeks ahead of the December 1 release of his highly anticipated new album, ‘The Ceremony,’ rapper Kevin Gates is whetting appetites with the new song ‘Yonce Freestyle’ and bringing fellow emcees Sexyy Red and BG along for the ride.
“Breadwinner, elevator in my garage / My exotic bulldogs, exotic cars / Level two, push the button, I levitated / The doors open to Beyonce concert, I’m beyond turnt,” Gates raps on his opening verse.
Produced by ProdByJM, EJ Grimes, and Juko, the Kevin/Sexyy/BG combo – alongside its predecessor ‘God Slippers’ – is among the many gems set to line ‘Ceremony.’
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With his ill-fated third album, ‘Jackman,’ in his rearview, Jack Harlow is hoping for better luck with his bop of a new single, ‘Lovin on Me.’
The Nik D-released cut landed on digital shelves Friday (November 10) after ample teasing and comes as the first cut from the ‘Jackman’ follow-up.
“I don’t like no whips and chains / Baby, you can’t tie me down / But you can whip your lovin’ on me, baby / Whip your lovin’ on me, baby,” he rap-sings on the energetic song’s chorus.
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In news that certainly ranks as a negative for the beloved fan bases of Justin Bieber (#Beliebers) and Chris Brown (#TeamBreezy), the heartthrobs’ long-rumored duet, ‘Double Negative,’ is not one of the 22 tracks lining the latter’s November 10-released new album, ’11:11.’