JoJo gets vulnerable in the latest video from her fourth studio album, ‘Good To Know.’
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FKA Twigs is bringing the girl power with her latest project.
Directed by Ivan Wigan, ‘We Are The Womxn’ features the ‘Cellophane’ singer joined by spiritual leader Queen Afua, who then guides the audience in a moon dance.
On celebrating women, Twigs had this to say in the film:
Watch the video below…
Readers of That Grape Juice know what avid music lovers we are – especially of hits past.
So, as our retrospective segments, ‘From the Vault’ and ‘TGJ Replay,’ allow us the chance to re-spin the gems and jams of yesterday of one artist, our latest feature – Chart Rewind – serves as a variation of our Retro Rewind assay to salute an entire era of music history.
This week we wanna show some love to ‘Crazy In Love’ – Beyoncé’s 2003 breakthrough hit.
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Dua Lipa isn’t letting the global health crisis stop the party that is her sophomore album ‘Future Nostalgia.’
The Pop starlet has unwrapped the video for latest single ‘Hallucinate.’
Social distancing called for an alternate approach, which Lipa manifests in the form of an animated visual.
Directed by Lisha Tan, the clip features the performer in a number of colorful setups.
Check it out below…
JoJo‘s talent is the gift that keeps giving.
For, fresh from the May release of fourth album ‘Good To Know,’ the soulful songbird has hatched an acoustic version…of the entire LP.
Each of the project’s 9-tracks have been paired with a stripped-back live version.
As such, featured offerings include singles ‘Man’ and ‘Comeback,’ as well as fan favorites such as ‘Pedialyte,’ ‘Lonely Hearts,’ and ‘Don’t Talk Me Down.’
Like its parent album, the refreshed project arrives on Jo’s own imprint Clover Music (which is in partnership with Warner Records).
Take a listen below…
Just two days after surprising fans with the announcement he was teaming with Eminem for his new single (as we reported here), Kid Cudi‘s unveiled the first listen to ‘The Adventures of MoonMan & Slim Shady.’
Rumored to be among the many gems set to line Cudi’s forthcoming LP, ‘Entergalactic,’ look inside to hear the highly anticipated duet:
If you ask Meghan Trainor fans they’d be the first to tell you her January 2020-released third album, ‘Treat Myself,’ didn’t exactly get the best treatment on the Billboard 200 as it debuted at #25 (her lowest premiere placement to date).
While some point fingers at promotion, others blame the set’s singles.
Regardless, Trainor is repackaging the product for a July 17-release. To kick start the deluxe era, the GRAMMY-winning songstress has unveiled its new cover and new song ‘Make You Dance.’
Listen inside and tell us if it lives up to its titling.
As Summer Walker fans impatiently wait the official follow-up to her blockbuster debut album, ‘Over It,’ the songstress is tiding them over with the new EP, ‘Life on Earth.’
A 5-song affair featuring PARTYNEXTDOOR and NO1-NOAH, the effort arrived to streaming platforms Friday (July 10) for your listening pleasure.
Hear it via Apple Music or Spotify inside:
‘Smile’ serves as the title track of Katy Perry‘s long-awaited fifth album, the follow-up to 2017’s critically and commercially panned ‘Witness’ LP.
Released Friday (July 10) as the official second single from the new project, its arrival comes just weeks after its predecessor – ‘Daisies’ – blossomed as the singer’s 25th top 40 hit (as we reported here). Hardly planted in the chart region, however, it quickly plummeted to the Hot 100’s lower half the next week and has remained there since (even found at #79 this week).
Will ‘Smile’ fare better? Listen inside and tell us your thoughts:
‘Love Galore’ singer SZA may be accustomed to just that from adoring fans who are impatiently awaiting the follow-up to her GRAMMY-nominated, 2017 debut album, ‘CTRL.’
However, while hard-at-work on the LP (reportedly due this year), the 29-year-old is admonishing critics who are limiting her style to the realm of R&B – a gripe sung by many-a-Black-artist.
As we reported here, SZA sizzled on the pages of the new ‘Wonderland’ magazine and now – thanks to quotes lifted from the accompanying feature article – is sizzling in the mouths of detractors who argue she may be overstating her importance in music.
See what we mean inside: