Professional linebacker Kyle Queiro found out the hard way Black Twitter does not play about ‘The Way’ wailer Jill Scott.
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Brandy took center stage at the 2020 Census Concert That Count.
The Vocal Bible served up a chapter and verse in musical brilliance while performing classics such as ‘Baby,’ ‘Sittin’ Up In My Room,’ and ‘I Wanna Be Down.’
B-Rocka also performed current single ‘Baby Mama,’ which is lifted from forthcoming album ‘B7’ (due July 31st).
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Keke Palmer found herself in the firing line of August Alsina, after the R&B singer detected what he felt to be shade from her related to Jada Pinkett Smith’s explosive Red Table Talk episode.
As reported, Alsina slammed Palmer – alleging that she felt a way because he rejected her romantic advances.
Now, the multi-hyphenate starlet has responded.
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Despite moving on to its follow-up, ‘Girls in the Hood’ (click here to listen), Megan Thee Stallion is still showing love to her first ever Hot 100 chart-topper, ‘Savage.’
The J. White Did It-produced tune got a vogue-inspired remix via a performance on HBO MAX’s ballroom dance competition, ‘Legendary,’ where Stallion also serves as resident judge.
For its season 1 finale, the 25-year-old served high fashion, choreography, and her signature sass in abundance.
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Pop, Hip-Hop, and Country collide on the surprise collaboration of award-winning musical acts Kane Brown, Swae Lee, and Khalid.
Assembling for Brown’s new song, ‘Be Like That’ (which dropped Friday, July 10), the unlikely trio trade verses about the ups-and-downs of love.
“I might be better on my own / I hate you blowing up my phone / I wish I never met your ass / But sometimes it be like that,” the hook proclaims, before switching over to a more positive light: “But I’m not myself the nights you’re gone / There ain’t no way I’m moving on / I’m not afraid to need you bad / Sometimes it be like that,” Kane croons over the Charlie Handsome-produced track.
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August Alsina has never been shy about sharing his health battles over the years, namely an autoimmune illness that’s impacted every aspect of his life and career.
In addition to chronicling the journey for his fans via social media and his recent ‘stateofEMERGEncy’ documentary, he is now offering a praise report of sorts via Instagram.
Taking to the platform Thursday (July 9), the 27-year-old lifted an inspirational message to detail his progress from last year to now.
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Snoh Aalegra is back and aims to blaze with new single ‘Dying 4 Your Love.’
She’s also wasting no time igniting the track, as its arrived alongside its accompanying video.
The release continues the stream of fresh material poured out by the revered R&B starlet.
All appears to be building to the arrival of new album, which would serve as the follow-up to 2019’s ‘Ugh, Those Feels Again.’
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YG said a ‘big no’ to re-collaborating with his ‘Big Bank’ co-star Nicki Minaj after she worked with infamous snitch 6ix9ine.
Recently taking to L.A. radio station REAL 92.3, the rapper (born Keenon Jackson) didn’t bite his tongue when asked by resident DJs Bootleg Kev and DJ Hed if he would ever work with the GRAMMY-nominated femcee again.
“I don’t know, my feelings is hurt. I’m a real street ni**a,” he said. Later, he definitively declined and said she was “canceled.”
Needless to say, by the time his comments reached the desk of several Minaj fans – affectionately called #Barbz – they flew to her defense.
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KeKe Palmer‘s no stranger to delivering hits hot and ready for fans consumption, so it’s no surprise she’s keeping the trend going with her new song, ‘Snack.’
A braggadocious affair that sees the 26-year-old spit some serious fire about her bedroom prowess and more, the tune is one of many expected to line the tracklist of her forthcoming EP.
“Walked in this motherfucker lookin’ like a snack / When I’m done wit ya nigga you can have em back / I know you see all this ass bussin’ out da pack / Got me lookin’ like a snack, lookin’ like a snack, ooh / Walked in this motherfucker lookin’ like a snack / When I’m done wit ya nigga you can have em back / I know you see all this ass bussin’ out da pack / Got me lookin’ like a snack, lookin’ like a snack, ooh,” she sings on the Tasha Catour-produced track.
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