With anticipation sky high for the Bajan belle’s long-awaited ninth studio album, her boo was quizzed about its whereabouts by fans he bumped into while in the City of Love.
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All roads lead to March 15 for Justin Timberlake.
For, said date will bring with it the release of the Pop star’s new studio album ‘Everything I Thought It Was.’
Preceded lead single ‘Selfish,’ the project serves as JT’s first LP since 2018’s polarizing ‘Man of the Woods.’
With its release date rapidly approaching, the 43-year-old is drip-feeding fans with fresh tastes of what to expect from the set.
Because he’s shared a teaser of new track ‘Drown.’
Take a listen below…
And The Tonight Show with Jimm Fallon was her latest stop.
Chopping it up with host Fallon, the diva was quizzed on the process of piecing together the ambitious venture – which compromises music as well as a companion film and documentary.
During the largely fun-filled chat, J.Lo was asked about her previous remarks about the LP possibly being her last.
Find out what she had to say below…
Usher‘s blazing halftime show at the 2024 Super Bowl on Sunday (February 11) is still among the week’s hottest topics, so it would only be fitting the R&B superstar – who is gearing up to take his electrifying moves on the road via the highly anticipated ‘Past Present Future Tour‘ – is still fielding some lingering questions around the big game.
Beyond the criticism for his ‘My Boo‘ performance with Alicia Keys, some viewers were still stuck on the absence of expected guest Justin Bieber.
Taking to ‘The Breakfast Club‘ recently, Ush not only addressed the aforementioned but also talked about his rumored feud with Chris Brown and so much more.
Hop inside to see what he said.
Ahead of the first slam dunk at Sunday’s NBA All-Star game in Indianapolis on Sunday (February 18), the NBA lifted the veil on news that GRAMMY-winning superstars Jennifer Hudson and Babyface would lead the megawatt talent that’s set to provide the night’s musical entertainment.
Lil Kim is keeping true to her word about her desire to “pass the torch” to the next generation of emcees as evidenced by the new song ‘Love For Ya.’
Released Friday (February 16), the cut features the Rap Queen’s mentee Tayy Brown and sees them spit bars about the measures they’re willing to go to keep peace in their lives.
“On the flight to Florida, but I promise I have love for ya / If I catch ya, I won’t let you go I’m pulling out that rod for ya / And free them boys out ssg but I swear I still break the law for ya / Don’t do a lot of barking but I swear I’ll act a dog for ya,” Brown relays on the first verse of the Austin Kobar and Bayley Hodge-produced tune.
Accompanied by a Joaquin Morales-directed music video, hop inside to get acquainted with ‘Love For Ya.’
Among the eyes glued to the electrifying showing were the good folks at ‘Rolling Stone’ who were clearly pleased with what they saw.
So much so, they have already updated their ‘greatest Super Bowl Halftime Shows’ list to include the R&B crooner in its higher rankings.
Jennifer Lopez continues to prove that she is one of Hollywood’s hardest-working talents, with an output rate that is all sorts of prolific.
For, on the day her new album and companion movie ‘This Is Me…Now’ arrived, J.Lo has lifted the lid on a documentary
Christened ‘The Greatest Love Story Never Told,’ the Amazon Prime Video special chronicles the making of the dynamic visual album and shines a broader lens on the diva’s two-decade quest for the ultimate love. A love that lives within herself and one she now shares with her husband Ben Affleck.
Set to premiere on February 27, the trailer awaits after the jump…
Like Jennifer Lopez and her February 16-released album ‘This Is Me…Now,’ fellow dance Machine Jason Derulo‘s ‘Nu King’ comes as his first in nearly a decade.
Unlike Lopez, ‘King’ – the long-awaited follow-up to 2015’s ‘Everything is 4‘ – attempts to make up for lost time with a loaded, 27-song tracklist that features some of the biggest names in music including Nicki Minaj, Quavo, Michael Buble, Dido, NBA YoungBoy, Gucci Mane, Meghan Trainor, Ty Dolla $ign, David Guetta, and many more.
Lined with a number of the standalone singles Derulo has released in the time since his last LP like ‘Swalla,’ ‘Spicy Margarita,’ ‘Hands On Me,’ and more, hop inside to stream ‘King’ courtesy of Apple Music and Spotify.
Gunna comes out blazing with ‘Bittersweet‘ – his first single of 2024.
Accompanied by a Spike Jordan-directed music video, the rapper opens up about the rollercoaster of life including dealing with harsh critics and the loss of loved ones.
“Sh-t been rough, but I ain’t too tough to say I love and I miss you / You my dog, I don’t care if we fall out n–ga, I never could diss you / For the chains and the fame, only we seen the vision / ‘Bout my name, let it bang, goin’ out with my pistol,” he spit over a Dystinkt Beats and 1SRAEL production.
See the wintry visual inside.