Toni Braxton has tapped Missy Elliott for a magnetic new remix of single ‘Do It.’

The femcee adds her midas touch to the track, which serves as the first offering from Braxton’s forthcoming studio album.

Hotly anticipated, the project follows 2018’s ‘Sex & Cigarettes’ and will be the songbird’s premiere release for new label Island Records.

Take a listen to the new version of ‘Do It’ after the jump…


Reuben Vincent may be young, but the rising star posses a talent well beyond his years.


Roy Woods’ rise to prominence is one many dream of, but few achieve.

The Canadian/Guyanese musician first captured the attention of Drake when he was 19-years-old and was then signed by Drizzy to his OVO Sound record label propelling him into the spotlight.

Since then, Woods has gone on to tour with such Hip-Hop heavyweights such as Future, Migos, and, of course, Drake himself.

The star, who is able to balance big, club hits such as his song ‘Shot Again,’ with more emphatic sounds like the ones displayed in his most recent track, ‘I Feel It,’ has amassed a total of 930 million career-streams to-date.

That Grape Juice‘s Samuel Eni sat down with Woods (virtually) for a candid convo, in which he discussed making more mature music with his latest release, an EP named ‘Dem Times,’ his post-lockdown plans, dreams of working with Frank Ocean, and much more.

Tune into the interview above to learn more about this superstar in the making.

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It’s been two months since Tinashe hosted a contest for fans to appear in the ‘Hopscotch’ music video, a move that signaled the Killah B-produced tune was set to be the latest single launched from her 2019 ‘Songs For You’ album (as we reported here)

Although fans are still waiting on new developments around that announcement, T’s bringing renewed focus to the song by unveiling its remix (featuring THEY).

Hear the revamped cut inside:


As if earning a #1 hit on the R&B charts with his Ella Mai-assisted ‘Don’t Waste My Time’ wasn’t enough, R&B veteran Usher also recently saw his name printed atop iTunes R&B tallies for his Tyga-assisted song, ‘California’ (click here to listen).

The warm response to his lengthy absence from the music scene has apparently encouraged the 8x GRAMMY winner to unveil even more new music as evidenced by the recently released, ‘I Cry.’ 

An emotional cut seemingly inspired by the ongoing racial unrest in America, Ush croons on the track:

“I cry / For the sons without fathers / And the pain that their mothers / Hold deep inside / And I’ll fight / For the future we’re making / We can change if we face it / ‘Cause these tears won’t dry / So I cry…”

Hear the tune in full inside:


With little warning, Megan Thee Stallion‘s dropped her newest single – ‘Girls in the Hood.’

A female answer to Eazy E‘s 1987 classic, ‘Boyz in the Hood,’ Meg’s release follows the mega-successful ‘Savage’ (which recently zoomed to #1 on the Hot 100 thanks to help from fellow Houston hitmaker, Beyoncé).

Will ‘Hood’ follow in its footsteps? Listen inside to this Summer-ready anthem and let us know:


Last week, R&B crooner August Alsina re-emerged to announce the June 26th arrival of his comeback album, ‘The Product III: stateofEMERGEncy.’

A 27-track affair, the LP – his third – marks his first studio effort since 2015’s ‘This Thing Called Life’ and also comes as his first apart from longtime label home Def Jam.

Preceded by the release of housed cuts ‘Rounds,’ ‘NOLA,’ ‘Sincerely,’ and more, ‘Product’ boasts fellow Urban hitmakers Yo Gotti, Tink, Lil Wayne, and Juicy J among its list of high profile features.

Was it worth the wait? Listen inside and tell us:


While Doja Cat‘s breakthrough hit, ‘Say So,’ can only boast a singular week atop the Billboard Hot 100, the song’s domination at Pop Radio has extended for over a month.

Consistently racking up airtime from some of the top stations in the United States, those who thought the rising rapstress’ racism scandal would deter airplay were sadly mistaken as the Dr. Luke-crafted jam continued to best the performance of some of the day’s top hits on the format (as we reported here).

After six weeks of riding high atop the Pop Radio charts, however, week 7 saw ‘Say So’ say goodbye to the tally’s summit.


John Legend‘s been trumpeting the arrival of his new studio album, ‘Bigger Love,’ for most of 2020, but after its June 19 release the EGOT winner went into overdrive in its support.

In addition to tackling radio, print, and Web, Legend’s taken to television to increase awareness of the project.  Among his standout appearances was a visit to ‘The Tonight Show’ earlier this week (June 22) to rendered the live television debut of new song, ‘Ooh Laa.’

Backed by a quartet of instrumentalists alongside his three backup singers, the 41-year-old delivered a doo-wop/Big Band flair to the ‘Bigger’ album cut.

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‘Heat’ hitmaker Chris Brown is looking to bring just that with his newly teased Jacquees collaboration.

The R&B duo, who previously paired for 2014’s “Won’t Turn It Down” and 2018’s “All My Life,” are looking to regain the critical acclaim of those efforts by re-teaming for the forthcoming, “Put in Work.”

What’s more, they’ve already shot a music video for the soon-to-be-delivered song.

Details inside:


Just four months ago (as we reported here), Pop titan Adele sent fans into a frenzy by announcing her new album was slated for a September 2020 release.

The project – which would serve as the follow-up to her last Diamond-certified effort ’25’ – would bring to close a nearly 5-year wait for a new body of work from the songstress.

Now, if word from her manager Jonathan Dickins is to be believed, that wait’s been extended.


Megan Thee Stallion and Beyonce are making bank.

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