After learning her latest album, the March 6-released ‘Chilombo,’ is set to be the first of her career to move over 100,000 units its first week, Jhené Aiko has been blazing the promo trail to ensure that predicted figure increases even more.

Last week she took over ‘Ellen’ (as we reported here), alongside Miguel and Future, to perform their latest single, ‘Happiness Over Everything (H.O.E.).’  This week, she continued her crusade on the talk show circuit – this time bringing the cut to late night TV (sans Future).

Did you miss the showing from Thursday (March 12)? See the action inside:


Well, that didn’t take long.

Not even a week after a video surfaced of DaBaby striking a woman in the face during his appearance at a Tampa night club (March 7), the person allegedly on the receiving end of that assault is striking back – in a courtroom.

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Federal prosecutors are looking to make sure sex abuse charges stick to R&B star R. Kelly as reports indicate they have loaded even more on the embattled singer.

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Joy Behar is stepping away from ‘The View’ to protect herself from the Coronavirus.

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JoJo is wasting no time activating new single ‘Man.’

Issued as the lead release from fourth album ‘Good To Know,’ the track premiered a mere matter of hours ago.

Now, its accompanying video has been unwrapped.

It features clips of a pensive JoJo singing about the love she’s cultivated for herself and wanting to share that sentiment with another. She’s then joined by a number of notable faces – including Tinashe and Ari Lennox. 

Watch below…


Tyga teams with Megan Thee Stallion for raunchy new single ‘FREAK.’

The hyper hot cut sees the rappers trade verses and making no apologies for their raunchy agenda.

‘FREAK,’ which arrives in tandem with its music video, has been unleashed on the heels of the global success of Tyga’s ‘Ayy Macarena’ and a week after Meg dropped EP ‘SUGA.’

The track is also the latest fruit of the MC’s new partnership with Columbia Records – after an undeniable winning streak on the indie circuit.

Check out the visual for ‘FREAK’ after the jump…


The legendary Angela Bassett graced The Breakfast Club with her presence this morning.

Working the promo trail in support of the new season of her hit show ‘9-1-1,’ the esteemed actress dished on her the iconic roles that have defined her career, valuing the NAACP Awards as much as she does the Oscars, family life, and much more.

Check out the insightful sit-down with Charlamagne, DJ Envy, and Angela Yee below…


Jay Z is said to be on his way to joining Beyonce and Rihanna at Sony ATV.

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Pop bop alert!

Rita Ora has hatched new single ‘How To Be Lonely’ and it’s already been forecast for big things.

Penned by Lewis Capaldi, the track is the first offering from the chart-topper this year.

Interestingly, during an interview to trumpet the track’s arrival, Ora shared that she felt compelled to release the song and will from henceforth just go with her gut (a record feels right) — rather than be tied to the regimented “lead single…then album” format. She did assure that her third LP is in the making, though.

For now, take a listen to ‘Lonely’ below…


JoJo is officially strutting towards the release of her fourth studio album ‘Good To Know.’

The set is the first body of work from the songbird since 2016’s ‘Mad Love’ and saw its lead single ‘Man’ hatched moments ago.

Now, pertinent details surrounding the project have been unveiled. Namely its release date and tracklisting.

Both await below…


Disney has been forced to scrap plans to drop the new ‘Mulan’ movie this year to protect moviegoers from the deadly Coronavirus.

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Thanks to the premiere of new song ‘Lottery,’ March 13 is proving itself a lucky day for Dinah Jane fans.

The Fifth Harmony alum has been accumulating ample buzz for her solo efforts as of late and one listen to her newest tune will prove that growing excitement is worth it (all pun intended).

Telling a tale of a ‘good girl gone bad,’ the cut sees Jane exclaim:

“You might have won the lottery / You cashin’ out with every part of me / You might have won the lottery, yeah / It ain’t no secret when we are alone / Put in that nasty when we make it home,” she sings on the chorus.

Wringing wet with sensuality, this mid-tempo bop is undoubtedly just what the love doctor ordered.  Hear it inside: