The stars shine bright for one of music’s biggest calendar nights – the American Music Awards 2020! Valiantly airing live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, see the industry’s most notable names just moments after they arrive to the scene.

See and sound off on their fashion hits and misses below…

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R.Kelly is ‘suffering’ mentally behind bars according to his lawyer, just months before his trial begins.

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City Girls are the next star’s to play ELLE’s Game of Song Association!

Ever up for a challenge, the rap-duo rapped along to their chart-topping hits ‘Act Up’ and ‘P*ssy Talk’, as well as songs by Saweetie and Mulatto.

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Megan Thee Stallion is hot on the promo trail for her debut album, ‘Good News‘.

Following its release, the rapper sits down with Apple Music to discuss the well-received project, W.A.P and more.

After being stuck in a contractual agreement which prohibited the star from releasing new music, the ‘SavageHot Girl finally released her official studio album this past Friday.

Talking to Nedeska about the ‘Suga’ follow-up, the rapstress also details how she uses her voice for the greater good and supports Black women.

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Mariah Carey’sAll I Want For Christmas‘ is the gift that keeps on giving! For, the iconic holiday hit has re-entered the top 20 on Spotify’s Global Chart.

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Kelly Rowland is with child, but will first be giving birth to a new music project.

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Jeremih looks to be on the mend after being diagnosed with COVID-19.

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Sam Smith fans worried about the singer’s succession of misses on the Hot 100 are finding relief with the modest, yet steady upward chart moves of ‘Diamonds.’

Serving as the second single from Smith’s serially delayed third album, the October 30-released ‘Love Goes’ (click here to stream), the song’s been on the receiving end of an aggressive promo schedule that’s seen it performed everywhere from ‘The Late Late Show’ to ‘The Late Show,’ ‘Good Morning America,’ the 2020 MTV EMAs, and more.

Over two months after the premiere of its Luke Monaghan-directed music video, it appears the awareness campaign is working in the GRAMMY winner’s favor.

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Little Mix continue to strut the promotional trail in support of new album ‘Confetti.’

With member Jesy on extended hiatus as she recovers from illness, remaining trio Jade, Leigh-Anne, and Perrie power ahead with the push for the LP’s current single ‘Sweet Melody.’

Their latest stop was the Jonathan Ross Show – where they showed up and showed out.

Not resting on the success of the song (which has become the era’s most successful offering), the ladies delivered an action-packed performance.

Watch Little Mix make a seismic splash after the jump…


Saweetie has weighed-in on the odd rumor that boyfriend Quavo cheated on her with Lil Wayne’s daughter Reginae Carter. 

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With the GRAMMY nominations being announced on Tuesday (November 24), The Weeknd, Harry Styles, and Post Malone are poised to be among this year’s most nominated artists. Each of them could score a nomination in Album, Record and Song of the Year.

However, the likes of Billie Eilish, Megan Thee Stallion, and Taylor Swift may well be hot on their tails in a number of key categories.

With each of these categories including eight nominees, join us below as we reveal our predictions…


We thought August 28 and October 2 were the most jam-packed music release dates of the year, but boy were we wrong!  November 20 brought it with a plethora of Pop, Hip Hop, and R&B gems to brighten the last quarter of 2020.

A particularly active period for Rap, Megan Thee Stallion delivered her long-awaited debut album, ‘Good News’ (click here to stream), fellow Rap titan Jeezy unveiled ‘Recession 2’ (the conceptual sequel to his 2008 Billboard 200 chart-topping ‘Recession’ album), and DaBaby stunned fans with a surprise EP dedicated to his late brother (click here to stream).

Elsewhere, K-Pop sensation BTS unleashed ‘BE’ (click here to stream) – their highly-anticipated follow-up to February 2020’s Platinum-certified ‘Map of the Soul: 7.’  The 8-song project, arguably the most buzzed about album on the planet this week, most famously features the septet’s inaugural Hot 100 chart-topping hit, ‘Dynamite.’

Speaking of the Hot 100, the competition will be its steepest there as not only will existing hits have to compete with the singles and album cuts of the previously mentioned projects, but new singles from Shawn Mendes and Justin Bieber, Kelly Rowland, Big Sean and Post Malone, Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa, Jazmine Sullivan, Lana Del Rey, and more have come to play.

With this delicious buffet of new music laid out for consumption, That Grape Juice wants to know:

Who are you buying (or streaming)?