Megan Thee Stallion may be a force by herself, but that hasn’t stopped her from assembling an Avengers-like line-up for her debut album ‘Good News.’

Arriving this Friday (November 20), the set sees the Hot Girl Coach enlist a number of notable names.

For, the tracklist for the hotly anticipated project has been released and brings with it several titilating collaborations.

These include Beyonce, DaBaby, SZA, the City Girls, and many more.

Coming in at a generous 17 songs, find out which populate the LP below…


Check out Normani!

The rising star shines on the December cover of Women’s Health.

Lensed by Dennis Leupold, the scorching spread is paired with an interview.

During the feature piece, the stage blazer opens up about mental health and confidence – as well as her long-awaited solo album debut.

Peep pics and quotes below…


Ariana Grande gets scientific in the new video for her song ’34+35.’ 

Set in a high-tech laboratory, the Pop singer can be seen wearing a white lab coat with matching stiletto boots as she takes notes on a clipboard.

Produced by Peter Lee Johnson and Tommy Brown, ’34+35′ serves as the second official single from Grande’s sixth studio album, ‘Positions.’ 

Previously, the track debuted at #8 on the Billboard Hot 100 and now she is looking to make it climb even higher with the new set of visuals.

Curious to see how the visual unfolded? Look inside:


Former President Barack Obama is back with another playlist.

To celebrate the release of his new book ‘A Promised Land, the 44th President of the United States has unveiled a handmade that reflects his on his time in office and features songs from his book.

More details below:


Dua Lipa continues to build excitement for her virtual ‘Studio 2054’ concert coming later this month.

This time, the ‘Levitating’ singer has taken to Twitter to announce that FKA Twigs will be appearing during the concert.

Her words below:


The global health crisis put a pause on activity from many an act – including the Pussycat Dolls.

As reported, the quintet were set to embark on a major arena tour of Europe and had teased US dates too.

Yet, with the live sphere thrown into uncertainty, so too was PCD’s concert comeback.

Fans needn’t fret, though. Because is on the way from the ladies.

Details below…


Since distancing himself from his (relatively) failed fifth era, ‘Changes,’ Pop superstar Justin Bieber has not been shy about releasing new music.

First surprising fans with the top 10 hit ‘Holy’ (featuring Chance the Rapper) in late September, he followed that win with the release of top 20 jam ‘Lonely’ (featuring Benny Blanco) and remixing the 24kGoldn chart-topping smash, ‘Mood.’

Now, he’s silencing the rumor mill that’s long suspected he was going to record a duet with fellow Canadian heartthrob Shawn Mendes.

Details about their ‘Monster’ collaboration inside:


After ruling over the Billboard 200 with their respective 2020 offerings, ‘High Off Life’ and ‘Eternal Atake 2,’ rappers Future and Lil Uzi Vert joined forces with hopes of a repeat of that success via their joint project, ‘Pluto x Baby Pluto.’

Launched with little warning on November 13, the long-teased effort – executive produced by DJ Esco – is a featureless affair that keeps the Hip Hop duo front-and-center across its 16 tracks.

Ready, set, and on the mark to race to the Billboard 200’s top position against the likes of legendary rockers AC/DC and fellow Hip Hop titan 2 Chainz (as all three acts released new projects on the same day), look inside to see just where the Plutos are expected to land after their inaugural sales tracking week ends.


The Dr. Luke-produced ‘Blind’ is the latest cut from DaBaby’s third studio album, the chart-topping ‘Blame It on Baby,’ to get the visual treatment.

Found aboard the LP’s deluxe edition, the Young Thug-assisted tune’s visual – which arrived Monday (November 16) – comes courtesy of direction from the Motion Family.

Look inside to see the hitmakers trade verses on life before fame in the clip (which also includes a tribute to DaBaby’s brother, Glen Johnson, who died earlier this month due to an apparent suicide).


Summer Walker is winter and holiday season-ready in the festive music video for her latest release, ‘Santa Baby.’

Directed by maliaSHUTup, the clip and its accompanying musical cut sees Walker rundown her Christmas wishlist via an updated take on Eartha Kitt‘s yuletide classic.

Found aboard the Love Renaissance (LVRN) label compilation album, ‘Home for the Holidays’ (which also features 6lack, Shelley, and more), look inside to hear Summer’s sultry revamp of this holiday favorite.


Jhené Aiko‘s third studio album, ‘Chilombo,’ reigns as the year’s top female R&B LP from a critical and commercial standpoint.

Released in March, the already star-studded effort – which boasted Big Sean, H.E.R., John Legend,  Nas, Ty Dolla $ign, Dr. Chill, and more among its features – saw that guestlist expanded with big names like Chris Brown, Wiz Khalifa, Kehlani, and more on the deluxe edition released in July. And, while the rumor mill suggests she’s already hard-at-work on ‘Chilombo’s follow-up, she’s still pushing pieces of the project to the masses.

The latest to get the visual treatment?  The fan favorite ‘A&B’ (an abbreviation for above and beyond).

‘I do everything you ask of me (yeah) / Just like that, I take you back / And I still f*ck with you so passionately / Don’t act like you don’t know / I don’t show whenever you call (ooh, oh), yeah / Don’t act like you don’t know (no, no) / I don’t go above and beyond for you (ah),‘ she croons on the moody track.

See its Brandon Parker-directed music video inside:


Taylor Swift is speaking up and out after the latest twist in the drama that is the sale of her master recordings.

Last year, Scooter Braun made headlines when he purchased the singer’s catalogue as part of a wider sale of her former label – the worth of which was almost exclusively tied to its ownership of her songs.

Swift did not dilute her frustration, stressing to the masses that she was not invited to purchase her own music.

Today, news hit the wire that Braun’s had sold the catalogue for a colossal $300 million to an unknown investment entity.

The mystery surrounding the buyer didn’t last long. Because not only has Swift responded, she’s spilling all on the intriguing behind the scenes happenings, her thoughts on Braun, and the “surprises” fans can expect now that she’s re-recording her old material.

Her statement below…