While fans await a new Rihanna single, a new report suggests the star herself is a single woman.
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The ‘Bad Boys’ are back and reigning at the box office.
Today brings with it the worldwide release of ‘Bad Boys For Life’ – the third instalment of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence‘s action franchise.
And it’s clear audiences have found the reunion worth the wait. Because they are flocking in their thousands to see the movie.
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Readers of That Grape Juice know what avid music lovers we are – especially of hits past.
So, as our retrospective features ‘From the Vault’ and ‘TGJ Replay’ allow us the chance to re-spin the gems and jams of yesterday of one artist, our newest segment – Chart Rewind (a variation of our current Retro Rewind assay) – accedes salutes to an entire era of music history.
This week we think it’s just about time to reflect on ‘Just Dance’ – the inaugural chart-topping single of Lady Gaga.
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Powerful, pensive, and thought-provoking, ‘Just Mercy’ tells the tale of attorney Bryan Stevenson and his groundbreaking battle for justice.
Anchored by Michael B. Jordan in the lead role, the true life film follows Stevenson’s journey to Alabama to help the falsely accused pursue their freedom.
Said trajectory sees him cross paths with Walter McMillian and together they aim to make right a potent wrong.
Recently released in the US to stellar reviews, the film hits theaters in the UK today.
That Grape Juice‘s Lettija Lee caught up with Stevenson to discuss the movie. Watch above, where Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx also weigh-in on its importance.
Samantha Markle, the much older sister of the royal Meghan Markle, finds herself on the receiving end of intense criticism after she attacked her younger sibling in a hateful interview on British television.
Samantha and the father she shares with Meghan have become media staples ever since she went public with her relationship with Prince Harry and have the media to bash, bully and berate the new mother for social and financial gain.
This morning, Samantha launched a fresh attack.
A sorry scene from a sorry woman below…
Eminem is back!
The Hip-Hop titan sprung a surprise on the masses tonight with the release of his 11th studio album ‘Music To Be Murdered By.’
Clocking in at a colossal 20-tracks, the set boasts guest spots from the likes of Juice WRLD, Ed Sheeran, Skylar Grey, and Anderson .Paak, as well as production from Dr. Dre.
With video views now counting towards album sales, Slim Shady looks to be one of the first top tier acts to draw on this.
Because he’s dropped the video for ‘Darkness.’
Sampling ‘The Sound of Silence’ by Simon & Garfunkel, the song and its accompanying visual calls for gun law reform.
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As previously reported, self-proclaimed ‘King of R&B’ Jacquees is looking to extend his royal reign to Billboard’s Boxscore charts with his recently announced ‘King of R&B’ North American tour (in support of his official sophomore studio album of the same name).
Kicking off in San Antonio on January 17, the crooner was originally set to touch every corner of the U.S. with stops scheduled in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Minneapolis, Omaha, Charlotte, and more before bringing the tour to a close in his hometown Atlanta on March 5.
Now, in addition to revealing news TK Kravitz, Forte, FYB, Jacob Latimore, T Rell and DC Young Fly are set to join him on the jaunt, he’s also expanded the tour to include more dates.
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Nearly three years after reigning atop the Billboard 200 with her sophomore effort, ‘Hopeless Fountain Kingdom,’ Pop starlet Halsey is looking to be crowned the chart’s champion yet again with her newly released LP, ‘Manic.’
Featuring contributions from the likes of BTS, Suga, Alanis Morissette, and more, the album boasts 16 tracks (including the previously released singles ‘Without Me,’ ‘Clementine,’ ‘Finally // Beautiful Stranger,’ and, ‘You Should Be Sad’).
Hear it in full below via Apple Music and Spotify:
The same day the long-awaited third installment of the ‘Bad Boys’ franchise, ‘Bad Boys for Life’ (Will Smith, Martin Lawrence), hit theaters, its highly anticipated soundtrack is made available for stream and download.
Released courtesy of DJ Khaled‘s We The Best imprint in collaboration with Epic Records, the 10-song set assembles some of Hip Hop’s heaviest hitters including the likes of Meek Mill, Migos star Quavo, Pitbull, Daddy Yankee, Black Eyed Peas, City Girls, and more.
Look inside for your first listen: