The Jonas Brothers are dominating Top 40 radio with their convivial new single ‘What A Man Gotta Do.’


With his long-awaited fourth studio album, ‘Club Atlantis,’ set to make a splash on the Billboard 200 soon, PARTYNEXTDOOR is amping up anticipation for the LP by releasing yet another taste from its tracklist.

Tapping his frequent collaborator, Drake, for assistance, the 26-year-old’s unveiled ‘Loyal.’  The single, billed as its parent project’s first official release, has been brought to life via a claymation-inspired visual directed and animated by William Child.

First premiering on Adult Swim, now the clip is found aboard PND’s official Youtube handle.  Look inside to see:


Selena Gomez accompanied the January 10th release of her third studio album, ‘Rare,’ by unveiling the music video for its title track.

A trippy, technicolor affair, the clip – directed by BRTHR – followed the successful Sophie Muller-directed visuals for the LP’s lead singles ‘Lose You to Love Me’ and ‘Look at Her Now.’

As its predecessors make their way down the Billboard Hot 100, Gomez and team turn the focus to ‘Rare’ – a proclaimed favorite of the singer’s from the new project.

Most recently unmasking the behind the scenes look at the music video’s creation, fans are invited to see just how all the magic came to be.  Look inside to see:



Nearly two months after the double debut of his latest singles, ‘Heartless’ and ‘Blinding Lights,’ Grammy-winning crooner The Weeknd unveils the long-awaited music video for the former.

As of time reported, the tune has peaked at #11 on the Billboard Hot 100 thanks to promotion it’s received as the theme song to Mercedes Benz’ latest round of campaigns (for which the singer – born Abel Tesfaye – serves as creative director).

In a bid to push ‘Lights’ to the top of the singles charts like its ‘Heartless’ predecessor, the song’s accompanying cinematic visual not only acts as the latter’s sequel but also sees Tesfaye show off his acting chops like never before.

Curious to see what he cooked up?  Look inside:


Alicia Keys is wasting no time amplifying buzz for her new album ‘A.L.I.C.I.A.

For, fresh from announcing the release date for her seventh studio effort; the 15-time Grammy winner has unveiled dates for a mammoth global trek.

Details below…  (more…)


 John Legend is to lead a Grammy tribute to the late Nipsey Hussle. (more…)

Alicia Keys has officially announced her seventh studio album –  ‘A.L.I.C.I.A.’ 

Full story below…


Kendrick Lamar is set make a triumphant return to the stage as headliner at British Summer Time Hyde Park 2020.

Details on K.Dot’s high-profile gig below…


Beyonce continues to make the world stop, look, and listen. This time by way of her Adidas X Ivy Park collaboration.

The eagerly anticipated relaunch of the althleisure brand lived up to its billing, quickly selling out upon its worldwide release on January 18th. 

Now, Queen Bey is speaking out; sharing her thoughts on the out-of-the-gate success of her partnership with the sportswear giant and the buzz its created.

Her words below…


Christina Milian is officially a mom of two! Because the singer-media personality has announced the birth of a bouncing baby boy.

Full story below…


Cop a gander of Rihanna!

The Bajan sensation not only covers but curates the i-D magazine‘s first issue of 2020.

Renowned for her fierce fashions, Runway RiRi drives in a more demure direction with the shoot – which was lensed by Mario Sorrentini. 

Billed as a celebration of the 31-year-old’s multi-dimensional success, she said of the special edition:

“For me, this very special issue of i-D represents change and culture. It is dedicated to some of the people who are progressively reshaping the communities across fashion, music, art and activism – creating a more inclusive and diverse future.”

Peep more snaps below…


SZA has been teasing new music for months and it finally looks as though she’s ready to serve it up!

The singer took to social media to preview a video shoot and behind the scenes studio snaps of her working on the follow-up to 2017’s ‘CTRL.’

With an unwrapping seemingly imminent, check out all the action after the jump…