Dua Lipa is wasting no time pounding the promotional pavement for new single ‘Don’t Start Now.’

The disco-drenched jam is the first offering from the Grammy winner’s second studio album and she’s leaving no stone unturned.

Moments ago, she took to the stage at the 2019 MTV Europe Music Awards in Seville, Spain to deliver a high-octane rendition of the track.

Backed by an army of dancers, she upped the ante and danced up a storm.

Check it out below…


As the ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ preps its return tonight on Bravo, one of the shows its popularity inspired may be on the brink of destruction after two of its stars seemed to tell its viewers to stop watching.

More ‘Basketball Wives’ hoopla below…


Is new Britney Spears music on the way?

Has she teamed up with the brains behind her hit single ‘Circus‘ to create it?

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Nick Jonas is opening up on his ongoing battle with diabetes and has revealed that the fight can often feel lonely.

His thoughts and feelings below…


With over a decade of success under her belt, Lady Gaga has seen the music industry shape-lift like never before – with streaming being one of its most pronounced chapters of evolution.

And while access to music has consequently become easier than ever, the format has arguably is now just as politicized as radio before it.

Indeed, the inclusion or exclusion of a song on key playlists can make or break a campaign, while a lack of streaming potency can swallow careers whole.

During her latest ‘Enigma’ show in Las Vegas, Mother Monster took a moment to share her take on the situation and call for broader change.

See what the singer, who topped the charts with ‘Shallow’ earlier this year, had to say below…


J. Holiday is not happy.

The crooner was part of a line-up of acts set to thrill millennial R&B fans on the #TB Tour: The Reunion. Joining him on the bill were Ray J, Day26, B5, and Immature. 

However, when Ray dropped out (citing family commitments and other projects), it appears the trek begun to fall apart at the seams – with several dates canceled.

Frustrated, J took to social media and had choice words for Ray and B5.

See what he had to say below…


2020 looks set to bring many things, including J. Cole‘s sixth studio album!

The rapper made the announcement during the first night of the Day N Vegas festival this evening.

Details below…


The City Girls are reunited and wasting no time getting back in the lab.

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Nicki Minaj has long had a penchant for saying her mind – and this time Wendy Williams in the firing line.

The latest episode of Queen Radio saw the femcee unleash a scorching tirade aimed at the talkshow host, who branded the rapper’s new husband Kenneth Petty a “killer” and “sex offender” – in reference to his prior convictions.

According to Nicki, Williams’ comments are rooted in “evil” and “viciousness.” She even branded the media maven “demonic.”

Her words in full below…


Jessie J is back in the lab and she’s tapped one of Pop’s most notable producers to bake her next batch of bops.

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Malaysia Pargo rose to fame when she became one of the ladies enlisted to lead the ‘Basketball Wives’ spinoff ‘Basketball Wives LA’ for VH1 in 2011.

During her time on the show, the entrepreneurial Wife‘ became a revered and respected Reality TV staple after her series eclipsed its Shaunie O’Neal and Evelyn Lozada-fronted predecessor with help from Draya Michele and Jackie Christie.

Unfortunately, when O’Neal’s version of the show was cancelled because of ratings fears, a number of its Wives emigrated to Malaysia’s territory and colonised ‘LA’ by forcing Brandi Maxielle, a bold and beloved fan favourite, out of the series to make way for themselves.

The final result? A crossover series led by members of the ‘Miami’ franchise and the ‘LA’ wives who fell in line with O’Neal’s vision for the platform.

This week Pargo has responded to the criticism she is facing for the part she played in the show’s bullying and colorism horror.

More below…


Remy Ma has revealed that it was more hurt feelings, and not anger, that lie at the heart of her feud with Nicki Minaj.

Minaj emerged on the scene shortly after Ma was imprisoned and the ladies used interviews to declare their love and admiration for each other during the latter’s time away.

In the months following her release the ladies exchanged more kind words and even planned to collaborate on music for Minaj’s album ‘The Pinkprint.’

Alas, their flourishing friendship morphed into a garden of churlishness when Ma was led to believe that Minaj was working with media outlets to derail her comeback train.

Though untrue, it was enough to ruin their sisterhood and give Remy good reason to believe Minaj had break a promise they made to each other during a telephone conversation.

Remy tells all below…