Teyana Taylor shocked the masses last year when she announced she was retiring from music.
In the time since she’s hinted at the rationale for her decision.
Now, though, she’s addressing it head-on.
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DJ Khaled is wasting no time cranking up the hype machine for his incoming album ‘Khaled Khaled.’
For, fresh from unwrapping its star-studded tracklist, the hitmaker has shared a sneak peek of the video for JAY-Z and Nas collaboration ‘Sorry Not Sorry (ft. James Fauntleroy)’
As reported, many are interpreting the song’s additional guest Harmonies By The Hive as being none other than Beyonce. Something Khaled himself seems to hint at himself.
See what we mean below…
DJ Khaled has once again assembled an all-star affair for his new album.
As reported, ‘Khaled Khaled’ arrives this Friday (April 30) and will come bearing collaborations with a lengthy list of major names.
Joining the much-loved star on the LP are the likes of Megan Thee Stallion, Drake, Justin Timberlake, Lil Wayne, Justin Bieber, and the Migos.
JAY-Z and Nas also feature on a track together named ‘Sorry Not Sorry.’ See the interesting tidbit relating to that song below…
Joseline Hernandez is renowned for delivering TV gold – sometimes even inadvertently.
Such was the case today when the Puerto Rican Princess stopped by the Wendy Williams Show to promote her hit Zeus show ‘Joseline’s Cabaret.’
The drama on the series formed part of the discussion, but Hernandez seized the opportunity to address gripes she has with the former shock jock.
Watch the must-see moment below…
Gabrielle Union and Dwayne Wade glow on the cover of the new issue of People Magazine.
The popular pair posed it up in a stunning shoot lensed by Nino Munoz.
They appear in the feature to promote their new book, ‘Shady Baby’ – which is a playful take on the nickname given to their adorable daughter Kaavia James.
The Wades also seized the interview to spotlight their desire to raise authentic children; a drive they’ve championed publicly with the awareness they’ve raised about the trans movement with the former NBA star’s daughter’s 13-year-old Zaya.
Gwen Stefani is pounding the promotional pavement in support of her current single ‘Slow Clap.’
Aiming to garner the uplifting anthem a fresh round of applause, the Pop performer has unwrapped a new video for the track.
Previously, she premiered a visual for the song’s Saweetie assisted version.
Now, she’s driving solo.
The colorful clip sees Stefani illuminate the track’s empowering lyrics alongside youngsters.
Check it out below…
Dwyane Wade may boast three NBA championships to his credit, but now the 39-year-old is looking to bring that winning streak to television ratings courtesy of the new game show – ‘The Cube.’
The high stakes competition, which has already made a splash on the British side of the pond, is finding a new American home on TBS courtesy of Wade’s own production company 59th & Prairie Entertainment as well as Objective Media Group.
Ahead of its June 10 premiere, look inside to see the official teaser.
Sam Smith‘s latest era, ‘Love Goes’ (which supports their 2020-released third studio album of the same name), may not boast the sales and accolades of its predecessors but that doesn’t mean it’s delivered any shortage of hits.
Unofficially kicked off in 2019 by the Normani-assisted ‘Dancing with a Stranger’ (one of the biggest songs of that year), the project also features the top 40 hits ‘How Do You Sleep?,’ ‘Diamonds,’ and ‘I’m Ready’ featuring Demi Lovato.
Related to the latter, the anthemic cut is just one of multiple from ‘Love Goes’ that got an upgrade from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) recently.
Look inside to see the latest list: