Cardi B is the latest name to buckle up for ‘Carpool Karaoke.’

James Corden‘s highly viral segment welcomes the femcee this Monday for what is shaping up to be a must-see.

Word is that the appearance is being lined up in support of the 25-year-old’s newest single ‘Money’ – the video for which is expected imminently.

Ahead of the Carpool broadcast on ‘The Late Late Show’ this coming Monday, a preview has been released. Check it out below…


As global legends go, few can rival the worldwide notability of Janet Jackson.

Crowning a year filled with accolades, the Queen of Pop was on-hand in Hong Kong today to attend the 2018 MNET MAMAs.

She was at the popular show to pick up the Worldwide Inspiration Award, an honor she’s wholly deserving of.

While in the building, the ‘Made For Now’ singer caught up with international Pop sensations BTS, who were filled with praise for her.

Watch her acceptance speech and much more below…


Taylor Swift‘s efforts to protect herself from crazed stalkers may have seen her “spy” on unknowing fans when they attend her sold-out live shows.

Full story below…


Zayn‘s long awaited sophomore album ‘Icarus Falls’ is here!

Preceded by several delays, many wondered if the set would ever arrive – especially in light of the promo-averse singer’s admitted stage anxiety.

However, not only has the project landed at last, but also it comes packed with 27-tracks.

The former One Direction member recruits the likes of Timbaland and Nicki Minaj on the album, which he’ll no doubt be hoping creates more waves than debut effort ‘Mind Of Mine.’

Listen below to see if he succeeds…


H.E.R flew into NPR Music Tiny Desk with some soulful and gifted friends to deliver what we’re calling a must-see performance.

There, they celebrated the elusive chanteuse’s discography with live renditions of a number of her tracks as she continues to build tracks for her long-awaited debut album.

Hit the play button to enjoy the performance (supported by Ajanee Hambrick and Malik Spence) below…


Rihanna‘s new album is on its way and one of its producers wants her fans to know that it’s pretty impeccable.

An exciting development below…



While she weathers the backlash brought on by the announcement her new album would be Hip Hop-influenced (despite slamming the genre in favor of Country just a year ago), Miley Cyrus attempts to redirect the focus to her music with her stunning cover of John Lennon and Yoko Ono‘s Christmas classic ‘Happy Xmas (War is Over).’

Tapping her ‘Nothing Breaks Like a Heart’ creator Mark Ronson to assist, the duo’s remake of the Lennon classic is only heightened in power thanks to the inclusion of work from his son, Sean Ono Lennon.

Hear it inside:


Despite sitting pretty atop this week’s Billboard Hot 100 with her the first chart-topper of her career, ‘thank u, next,’ Pop songstress Ariana Grande is already moving on to her next single.

Sending fans into a frenzy earlier this week with its announcement, Grande’s teased the slow-burning Pop ballad – titled ‘Imagine’ – as “everything ‘thank u, next’ wasn’t.”  Although billed a breakup song like its #AG5 predecessor, the 25-year-old suggests instead of the gratitude ‘next’ exudes ‘Imagine’ speaks to the denial that comes after the dissolution of a romantic relationship.

Hear the heart-tugging tune inside:


“Who is Obie Trice“?  Billboard doesn’t know and we figured you didn’t either.

But, what we do know is the Eminem protege – best known (if known at all) for his early 2000’s Hip Hop hits as part of the defunct rap group D12 and scattered offerings beyond that – became LGBT public enemy #1 when his homophobic rant in support of Kevin Hart landed him atop headlines.

The backlash was so fierce it’s led the forgotten emcee to deliver an apology.  Details inside:


Abracadabra!  Just like that India Arie is back!

Five long years after the release of her last official studio effort, ‘Songversation,’ R&B soulstress India Arie sprinkles a bit of her critically acclaimed magic on the new track, ‘That Magic.’  A sultry, rhythmic affair, the cut – co-produced by Aaron W. Lindsey and Branden Burch – comes as the first single from the Grammy winner’s February 2019 due album, ‘Worthy.’

Ahead of its release, look inside for the singer’s most cinematic visual to date (co-starring ‘Acrimony’ star Lyriq Bent):


Kanye West has never been one to bite his tongue and this time he’s sounding off about… Drake.

There’s been no love loss between the two for some time, with lyrical jabs thrown recently during Drizzy’s spar with G.O.O.D Music’s Pusha T.

Now, Ye is venting about the Canadian titan and in a public forum.

Details below…


Christina Aguilera is crowning 2018 in fine fashion.

For, fresh from nabbing two Grammy nominations for songs lifted from latest album ‘Liberation,’ Xtina has been unveiled as the headliner at Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve. 

Dive below for details…