Bad Bunny is feeding fan appetite for live music in a major way.
Because, fresh from announcing his ‘2022 El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo’ this week, the Latin sensation, has shattered sales expectations and made history in the process.
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Jhene Aiko keeps the ‘Chilombo’ party blazing with the release of the video for ‘Tryna Smoke.’
The harmony-heavy jam has long been a favorite from the Platinum-certified LP and has officially received the visual treatment after calls from fans.
Like much of Aiko’s output, the clip makes no apologies for its simplicity – which compliments the song in earnest.
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In the wake of Derek Chauvin‘s conviction for murdering George Floyd, US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris have spoken up and out about the seismic significance of the verdict.
Beyond praising the decision, the powerful pair reminded of the work still needed to eradicate the stain of systemic racism.
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As lengthy eras go, few contemporary campaigns can rival the potency of Dua Lipa‘s ‘Future Nostalgia.’
A year after its release, the Pop starlet is still pounding the promotional pavement in support of the album – the music from which has been etched at the upper echelon of charts worldwide since its arrival.
Her latest stop was BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge.
Backed by a melodic band, Lipa took vocal flight with fan-favorite ‘Hallucinate,’ latest single ‘We’re Good,’ and a cover of Arlo Parks‘ ‘Eugene.’
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Andra Day is riding high on the success of ‘The United States vs. Billie Holliday.’
The multi-talented star is shining luminously after taking home a Golden Globe and nabbing an Oscar nomination for her performance in the titular role.
And while she’s receiving accolades for her acting, the 36-year-old is being sure to keep the focus on her music too.
Taking to the stage on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Day rocked the stage with a performance of her new song ‘Phone Dies.’
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Luther Vandross is unquestionably one of the most revered male vocalists in music history.
A singer-songwriter praised for his hits ‘Never Too Much,’ ‘Stop to Love,’ and ‘Give Me the Reason’ as well as his spins on classics ‘A House is Not a Home,’ ‘Superstar,’ ‘So Amazing,’ and ‘If This World Were Mine,’ the GRAMMY winner cemented his legendary status by delivering a bevy of R&B’s most memorable classics.
And while his legacy lacks no laud, dedicated fans would be surprised to know he was never awarded a Platinum plaque for any of the singles he released over his 25-year career. That changed this week.
Chloe Bailey continues to wow with her talents.
Case in point, the vocal powerhouse’s sultry new cover of The Weeknd‘s ‘Earned It.’
Her incarnation of the top 5 hit comes after the well-received rendition of ‘Leave The Door Open’ by Silk Sonic (Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak).
Watch the GRAMMY-nominee soar with her latest cover below…
After a year when everyone was at home working in their sweats, Rina Sawayama returned to the office to deliver some elegance.
The office in question was Tiny Desk (Home) Concert.
While there, the songbird soared with ‘XS,’ ‘Dynasty,’ and ‘Chosen Family,’ – the latter of which she recruited Elton John for a remix – from her debut album ‘SAWAYAMA.’
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