Mariah Carey has made a major mark on the charts and now she’s teaming with ABC to impact the TV sphere.
The entrepreneurial sisters of ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’ are set to dominate the world of television when the next cycle of their story glides into glory in November.
Unfortunately, a new report claims that the next season of the show is set to deliver copious amounts of drama thanks to an alleged fight which took place hours ago.
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A$AP Rocky is a free man and is clearly feeling thankful.
As reported, last Friday saw the rap star released from the Swedish jail he sat in since June after being arrested and charged with assault. A charge he adamantly denied.
While the verdict from the trial awaits, the Hip-Hop act was permitted a return to the US and it seems he’s seizing the moment to worship.
For, A$AP was spotted at Kanye West‘s Sunday Service. Peep the pic of him above with Yeezy and more below…
Just days after winning fans over with his latest single, ‘Single Again,’ rapper Big Sean dropped a cinematic, short-film to accompany the tune.
Shot in May, the visual – shot in Detroit and prominently featuring acts local or native to the Motor City – stars real life couple Keith Powers and Ryan Destiny among other notable figures from the area. Seeing Sean portray a celebrity under fire for assumed romantic infidelity, the music video is somewhat of art imitating life as many assumed the 31-year-old was the cause of the failure of his relationship with singer Jhene Aiko.
“I know what it’s like to be in social scandals where even with no information/ evidence, just people assuming will blame you and turn on you,” he wrote on Twitter upon the release of the video. In a statement, Sean elaborated on his Twitter commentary and said: “The video has a lot of important messages, but the main one is for people to ‘wake up and smell the roses’ in a world where we wake up and check our phones instead.”
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Three years after the release of his history-making mixtape, ‘Coloring Book,’ emcee Chance the Rapper (born Chancelor Bennett) was looking to color his name atop the Billboard 200 with his debut studio album, ‘The Big Day’ (released July 26).
A star studded affair that boasts guest appearances from the likes of Nicki Minaj, Megan Thee Stallion, John Legend, Gucci Mane, Shawn Mendes, and more, the 22-song set – his first project to be released simultaneously on streaming services and for sale via digital retailers – has been showered with praise from major critics and fans alike.
Originally forecasted by industry analysts to top the Billboard 200 with sales of 90,000-100,000 SPS by the end of its inaugural sales tracking week (as we reported here), the LP’s commercial performance saw it jet past those predictions to score Chance’s highest first week sales to date. Unfortunately, they were not enough to defeat the week’s tough competition.
If New Jersey-born singer Lauryn Hill has admitted (and repeatedly proven) her energy has difficulty aligning with the time zones of her native country, what chance in hell did European fans think they’d have of enjoying a prompt arrival from the R&B diva?
The above are among the questions circulating around TGJ HQ as tweets come flooding in from hundreds of outraged attendees of Saturday night’s Playground Festival at Glasgow, Scotland’s Rouken Glen Park (August 3). Hill, among the headliners, was reportedly scheduled to hit the stage at 9:30p local time. She not only missed her time slot by an hour, but did not show up until 30 minutes before the event’s curfew and – as a result – had to shorten her set to a measly half hour.
Performing six songs through boos, jeers, and disappointment, the singer informed the crowd her tardiness was due to celebrating her son’s birthday (Zion David Marley born August 3). A day after fielding slams of ‘rip off’ and ‘con artist,’ Hill took to social media today to lend a ‘sincere’ apology.
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