Come and get it will take on a new meaning thanks to Selena Gomez‘s soon-to-be-delivered collaboraton with HBO Max – HBO’s upcoming on-demand streaming venture.
After conquering music and TV, look inside to find out what Selena’s serving next:
‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ fans ae yet to learn how production on its next season will begin in a world governed by the outbreak of COVID-19.
However, they were given an incentive to tune in after a number of reports claimed it was to welcome the return of Phaedra Parks.
Today, fans of the culture-shifting hitmaker Kandi Burrus hope that Parks’ ex-husband doesn’t tag along for the ride.
Find out why Apollo Nida is unhappy with Kandi and her husband Todd Tucker, below…
Not even two weeks after ABC’s ‘Disney Family Singalong’ assembled Beyoncé, Ariana Grande, Christina Aguilera, and more of the biggest names in music and entertainment to rock TV ratings (as we reported here), the network is readying a redo.
Titled ‘Disney Family Singalong II,’ the TV special will corral even more big names to put their special twists on Disney classics.
After six rollercoaster seasons, ABC hit ‘How To Get Away With Murder’ is bowing out with a colossal climax.
The legal drama, which stars Emmy-winner Viola Davis, follows a group of ambitious law students and their brilliant criminal defence professor.
For six years, viewers have been engrossed with the seemingly endless array of twists and titillating turns. And for its penultimate run, it looks as though they’ll be tied up in equally exciting fashion.
With the final ever episode set to air next Thursday (May 14th), check out a preview of episode ‘Stay’ below…
Little Mix have taken a creative route with the video for new single ‘Break Up Song.’
With social distancing preventing a more traditional shoot, the ladies have conjured up a cool alternate concept.
Embracing the song’s retro flair, the Pop quad skew 80s morning show in the fun-filled visual.
Check it out after the jump…
Kehlani fans apparently couldn’t wait to get their hands on her new music.
Three years after landing at #3 on the Billboard 200 with her Gold-certified debut album, ‘SweetSexySavage,’ the GRAMMY-nominated songstress unleashed her sophomore studio effort – ‘It Was Good Until It Wasn’t’ – Friday (May 8).
Unseating Drake‘s ‘Dark Lane Demo Tapes’ as iTunes champion less than an hour after its unveiling, the victory comes as a first for Kehlani – a feat she took to Twitter to note.
Look inside to see her emotional response to the win:
As flavoursome waves go, few are riding higher than Nigerian trio DRB.
The ensemble – made up of members Boj, Fresh L and Teezee – have been drumming up buzz on a global scale thanks to their magnetic sound.
Anchored in Afrobeats, the group is unique in that its stars have made major moves both collectively and independently – always being sure to return to their home-base.
From Toj’s Best Song nomination at The Headies (Naija’s answer to the GRAMMYs) to Teezee’s status as co-founder of the country’s Native Mag, the rising stars are taking a multi-disciplined approach to amplifying their presence – both home and away.
The key driver of their increasing resonance, however, is of course their music.
Having collaborated with the likes of Davido and Skepta across a string of group and solo offerings, they showcase the length and breadth of their eclectic appeal on newly unleashed project ‘Pioneers.’
Aptly titled, the 12-song set fuses Afrobeats, Hip-Hop and a collage of world sounds in a colorful fashion that is already earning the ensemble legions of new fans.
With a keen eye for detail, the group enlisted noted Nigerian artist Anedu Edozien to helm the artwork for the release. Christened ‘Midnight Friends,’ the piece showcases the community, culture, creativity, style, and rebellious nature of DRB’s hometown of Lagos.
We’ve had DRB’s ‘Pioneers’ on replay here at That Grape Juice.
Give a spin to find out why…
After years of sharing screen time on stage, Pop titans Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande have finally dropped their first recorded duet, ‘Stuck With U.’
Released with little warning (as we first reported here), the duo – both managed by Hollywood powerhouse Scooter Braun – teamed to benefit the First Responders Children’s Foundation, an organization that provides grants and scholarships for children of first responders on the front lines battling the COVID-19 pandemic.
Taking to Instagram ahead of its arrival (May 7), Grande spoke proudly of the Blues-inspired tune:
“i can’t fully articulate ……… howwwww happy i am that we waited this long to do this (the duet thing),” she said. “this moment really means so much more than it ever could have if it had happened any other way or if it had been any other song. being able to lend our voices to this project and collaborating on this has been so fulfilling and i really just love this song so much.”
Directed by Grande, Braun, and Bieber (alongside Rory Kramer and Alfredo Flores), look inside to see the inspirational clip: