As her fans await news of her hotly-anticipated solo arena tour, Cardi B celebrates her life as it is today with a fun-filled chat with ‘Vogue.’

Joined by a studio audience, the rapper and a host from the publication discussed her marriage to the rapper Offset, her feelings on Bernie Sanders and his second Presidential campaign and why being a mother is her favourite job.

Hit the play button below for a fresh look into Cardi’s world.


How time flies?

Alexandra Burke blast to global prominence a decade ago when she won The X Factor and embarked on a trail-blazing Pop career.

Her first offering was UK chart-topper ‘Bad Boys,’ which stayed on the tally for 25 consecutive weeks.

To celebrate its 10th anniversary, Burke (who has, in recent years, carved out a successful theatre branch of her career) has unleashed an acoustic live performance of the song.

Check it out below…


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 feature 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 time to honor ‘When I Think Of You’ Janet Jackson‘s first #1 single.  Hop in:


The lawsuit Evelyn Lozada filed against her ‘Basketball Wives’ co-star OG Chijindu has found its way to the public and sheds new light on just how much Lozada’s decision to liken the African athlete to a monkey has damaged her brand.

Insight into the 42 page feud below…


Mariah Carey may be gearing up for a big holiday celebration, but she’s giving insights into her plans beyond the festive season. Namely the release of her eagerly awaited memoir.

As reported, Mimi was honored at Variety’s Power of Women luncheon and while arriving opened up about what folk can expect from the book.

Based on her words, it appears the prolific songwriter is readying a page-turner.

Details below…


Fantasia celebrates the release of her new album ‘Sketchbook’ with the unwrapping of the video for ‘Bad Girl.’

Flaunting another side to artistry  – both lyrically and visually – the release forms part of what the singer says is a project that salutes her past and embraces the freshness of her future.

Speaking with That Grape Juice about her approach to ‘Sketchbook,’ she explained:

“It’s a soup, a gumbo of all my other albums.  The things people loved about [my first album] ‘Free Yourself’ and all the other records put into one.  I took it back to my ‘American Idol’ days.  So, just like back on that show we did all kinds of genres, people can expect to hear all kinds of genres – Pop, R&B, Soul, and more.”

Check out the Derek Blanks directed video for ‘Bad Girl’ below…


It’s been over a week since a Dallas court handed down a guilty verdict to former policewoman Amber Guyger after she was tried for the murder of her neighbor, an unarmed Black man named Botham Jean, but that certainly hasn’t slowed chatter around the case.  Sentenced to 10 years in prison for the act, several aspects of the proceeding – including the length of her sentence (given the severity of the crime) – have been met with harsh criticism from legal analysts, celebrities, and more.

While the judge presiding over the case, the honorable Tammy Kemp, has been on a media blitz to justify her ‘inappropriate’ and ‘unethical’ courtroom behavior (click here to read more), other key players – including Jean’s family lawyer S. Lee Merritt – is fielding criticism on his clients’ behalf for the flack they’ve received for their courtroom actions (see:  forgiving Guyger, etc.).

After catching wind of a disparaging Twitter comment from Grammy nominated rapper Nicki Minaj after the death of star witness Joshua Brown, Merritt took to Instagram (October 10) to not only clap back but also praise the femcee’s ‘more active’ musical counterparts for their role in the fight for justice.

See his words inside:



JoJo is wasting approximately no time kicking off the campaign for her fourth studio album.

For, just seconds after premiering the video for introductory effort ‘Joanna,’ the songbird hatched the cover for official lead single ‘Sabotage.’

Details below…


It looks as though Beyonce is cooking up something special.

Because just days after it was reported that Queen Bey shot a video with hubby Jay-Z, new details have emerged about yet more shoots. Yes, shoots….plural.

Full story below…


JoJo triumphs over worries, woes, and wicked words on ‘Joanna’ – the deeply personal introduction to her new album cycle.

Now signed to Warner Bros Records, the songbird keeps to her tried and true practice of singing her truth on the emotionally charged track.

Speaking on the rationale for serving this song first, she explained:

“wanted 2 get a few things off my chest b4 we fully dive into the newness. talk soon‬.”

Having debuted the song just hours ago, she’s wasted no time unwrapping its accompanying video.


Cop a gander of Christina Aguilera!

The vocal powerhouse appears a-front of The Sunday Times Style Magazine, looking pretty in pink.

Xtina’s feature comes as she gears up to make her grand return to the UK next month, when she brings her tour ‘The Xperience’ to multiple cities across the region.

Set to hit newsstands on October 13th, the spread sees the songbird open up about her turbulent childhood, growing up in the music industry, and embracing all corners of her sexuality.

Pending then, check out her new song ‘Haunted Heart’ (from ‘The Addams Family’ soundtrack) below…


Harry Styles is back and standing in his truth on new single ‘Lights Up.’

The infectious cut is the lead offering from the One Direction star’s hotly anticipated sophomore album – which follows his chart-topping self-titled debut in 2017.

Arriving alongside the song is its telling video, which sees the solo supernova touch (quite literally) on some of the rumors that’ve followed him.

Lyrically, ‘Lights’ sees Styles declare “shine, I’m not ever going back” – a repeated many are interpreting a number of ways.

Watch the visual and weigh in below…