The ‘Real Housewives Of Potomac’ are back!

Gone are the days when the Madams of Maryland squabbled over etiquette. Because in the show’s eighth season, the drama escalates to new levels.

‘Potomac’ staples Gizelle Bryant, Karen Huger, Candiace Dillard, Ashley Darby, Robyn Dixon, Wendy Osefo, and Mia Thornton are all back in the mix and stirring up must-see TV. Newcomer Nneka Ihim has joined the ladies and causes an instant stir too.

With the twists and turns already underway, check out a preview of episode 5 of season 8 below…


Married To Medicine’ is back for its 10th season and according to the thermometer, the drama is scorching!

The popular Bravo series chronicles the lives of a group of ladies – some of whom work in the medical field and others who are married to those who do.

This installment is already making for addictive viewing.

Dr. Jackie, Dr. Simone, Dr. Heavenly, Quad Webb, and Toya Bush-Harris are all back on board.

‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ alum Phaedra Parks joins the ladies as a full-time cast member alongside Lateasha Lunceford – the new wife of Dr. Gregory Lunceford, Quad’s ex-husband!

Want to know what the ladies are up to?

 Check out the sneak peek preview of ‘Married To Medicine’ episode 5 / season 10 below…


‘The Color Purple’ will be making a splash on more than the big screen next month.

The official soundtrack for the hotly anticipated film has been announced and it brings with it an Avengers-scale lineup of talent.

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The nonperformance Jack Harlow‘s April-released album, ‘Jackman,’ and its singles may have cast doubt on his overall commercial viability, but the GRAMMY-nominated rapper has won music lovers over with his latest hit ‘Lovin On Me.’

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Eight weeks after first bringing her viral hit, ‘Water,’ to the shores of American Pop charts, South African songstress Tyla has sailed to her first top 10 placement on the Hot 100.


Jennifer Lopez is back and is set to thrill fans with an audio-visual experience like no other.

Last year, the multihyphenate announced her new project ‘This Is Me…Now’

Celebrating the 20th anniversary of her third studio album ‘This Is Me…Then,’ the project is billed as a thematic sequel of sorts, ‘This Is Me…Then.’

Now, it’s been confirmed that the set will be accompanied by a full-fledged movie.

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Taylor Swift and SZA have a reason to celebrate, because they had a wonderful year on the Billboard charts.

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Comic-actress Tiffany Haddish is looking to turn her pain into laughs after making headlines last week for yet another DUI arrest.


Usher‘s latest smash, the Summer Walker and 21 Savage-assistedGood Good,’ may not have gotten much attention from the Recording Academy for the forthcoming GRAMMYs, but the Soul Train Awards came all the way through with recognition.

Garnering the R&B vet a whopping 9 nominations in categories like Song of the Year, Video of the Year, Collaboration of the Year, and more, the Mel & Mus-produced track was the reason the 45-year-old (born Usher Raymond) entered the annual event’s 2023 iteration as the most-nominated male act.

By the end of the night, Raymond had not only collected multiple trophies but also made a major advancement in the show’s record books.

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Sunday (November 25), the 2023 Soul Train Awards saw some of Urban music’s finest go head-to-head for the show’s coveted trophies.

Hosted by KeKe Palamer, this year’s iteration of the annual ceremony saw SZA, Usher, and Summer Walker lead the nominees’ list with 9 apiece, 21 Savage followed with 8, and relative newcomers Coco Jones and Victoria Monet had 6 each.

By the night’s end, SZA captured 4, Usher won 3, and Monet left with 2 prizes.

Curious to see how everyone else fared agains the big-named competition? Hop inside to see the full list of who nabbed what at this year’s ceremony.


If rising Rap diva Ice Spice (born Isis Gaston) doesn’t walk away with the Best New Artist statuette at the 66th annual GRAMMYs next year, there’s somewhere she can already celebrate a comparable win: Billboard.

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The Soul Train Awards 2023 aired Sunday night (November 25) and, true to form, the ceremony showcased some blazing stage performances from some of the biggest names in Urban music.

With this year’s roster toplined by the likes of Coco Jones, BJ the Chicago Kid, KeKe Palmer, Muni Long, SWV, Maeta, Janelle Monae, October London, and many more, look inside to catch the “must-see” action from the KeKe Palmer-hosted event.

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