Cop a gander of Normani!

The singer scorches in the latest shoot for Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty lingerie line.

Arriving on the heels endorsement partnerships with the likes of Urban Decay and Finish Line.

The striking set of shots also land as anticipation grows for the star’s debut solo album, which is fuelled by the buzz of summer smash ‘Motivation’ and Billboard top 10 ‘Dancing With A Stranger.’

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In 2007, we were presented with an artist that would make the whole world dance…if only for a summer.

Today’s pick comes courtesy of Kat DeLuna : it’s her stellar debut single ‘Whine Up’ featuring dancehall king, Elephant Man.

The first single from the Dominican diva’s debut ‘9 Lives,’ the track was what first single dreams are made of: catchy, instant and fun.

With RedOne on production duties, the song had all the ingredients to become a fixture of Summer 2007. It performed fairly well the world over, peaking at #29 in the US, and inside the Top 20 in both Canada and Australia at #15 and #18 respectively. In France and Belgium, it reached Top 10 glory.

Gil Green directed the track’s visual, which is set in New York. Like the song, it mixes elements of Latin and Caribbean cultures.

It opens with Kat showcasing her impressive operatic singing before being interrupted by the sound of the tune and dancing up a storm with her girlfriends. Later on, male dancers join them in a classic Boys vs Girls situation.

These days, sew artists are encouraged to build an organic following and connect with an audience before being (literally) afforded the “big” treatment. As such, it’s very interesting seeing how much seemed to be pumped into a promising newbie from the get-go just over a decade ago.

As far as Kat is concerned, we’ve always felt it was a touch unfortunate that her collectively impressive work with a then-rising RedOne went unnoticed in the wake of his blockbuster touchdowns with Lady Gaga. 

Anyhow, this song still bangs – even 13 years later.

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As pressure mounts on Normani to deliver an album befitting of her position as a world renown Pop Princess, she seems to be following in the footsteps of her friend and collaborator Nicki Minaj.

For, like Minaj, the entertainer seems to have developed a habit of releasing slow burning sleeper hits.

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The Pop prince MNEK has earned a brand new UK smash hit with a track released in partnership with Joel Corry.

Learn more about the Beyonce-approved chart topper below…


Lil Marlo has passed away.

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JoJo has long proven herself a multi-hyphenate talent.

Indeed, whether it’s wowing with her four-octave voice or starring in movies, she’s proven herself super skilled.

So much so that it has some calling for her to lead a biopic about one of modern R&B’s most revered pioneers – Teena Marie.

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DJ Khaled has never had issues roping in major names for his musical adventures.

And for his latest, he’s tapped Rap’s reigning royal…Drake!

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Trouble abounds once again with Azealia Banks.

And this time it relates to her debut album ‘Broke With Expensive Taste.’

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Jennifer Lopez has new music a’cooking and her key ingredient is none other than Latin superstar Maluma. 

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Summer Walker is aiming to shine on the next edition of the Billboard 200 with freshly unwrapped EP ‘Life On Earth.’

The five-track set arrived on Friday (July 10th) and serves as a bridge between breakthrough album debut ‘Over It’ and its follow-up.

PARTYNEXTDOOR and NO1-NOAH lend Walker on the project.

The first week sales predictions are in. Join us below for insights into ‘Life’s commercial prospects.


Juice WRLD‘s tragic death in December 2019 left a void in the lives of his legions of fans.

However, they’ve assembled in their masses to keep his legacy alive by supporting new album ‘Legends Never Die.’

Full story on the LP’s sales below…


Over the course of Beyonce‘s illustrious career, she’s shared the stage with a number of talents.

And at VH1 Divas 2003, one of the gifted acts she joined forces with was Folk singer Jewel.

Together, the pair shone with a stirring rendition of Tina Turner’s ‘Proud Mary.’

That said, many were surprised with the pairing – given their vastly different styles. Many including Jewel herself.

In a candid account of the collaboration, she opens up about what it was like working with then freshly solo Bey.

Her words below…