Readers of That Grape Juice know what avid music lovers we are – especially of hits past.

So, as our retrospective features ‘From the Vault’ and ‘TGJ Replay’  allow us the chance to re-spin the gems and jams of yesterday of one artist, our newest feature Chart Rewind – a variation of our current Retro Rewind assay – accedes salutes to an entire era of music history.

This week we’ll ode Britney Spears’ comeback single and second Hot 100 #1 hit, ‘Womanizer.’


K. Michelle is wasting no time kicking off the push for new single ‘The Rain.’

Because, a mere matter of hours after debuting the track, the R&B songbird has hatched the cut’s accompanying video.

The release (which samples New Edition‘s ‘Can You Stand The Rain’) is lifted from the star’s forthcoming album ‘All Monsters Are Human,’ which also spawned the City Girls assisted ‘Supahood.’ All are being supported by K’s US ‘Over Some D*ck Tour.’

Check out the visual for the Jazze Pha production below…


It’s once again time to hop aboard the Soul Train!

BET presents the 2019 Soul Train Awards next month, so what better way to incite excitement than to reveal the official list of nominations?!

An eclectic array of names lead the ballot this year, with Chris Brown nabbing 8 noms, Drake following with 7, and Beyonce and breakout star Lizzo repping for the ladies with six each.

Confirmed honorees are production pioneers Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, who’ll fittingly be presented with the Legend Award; while Gospel trailblazer Yolanda Adam will be bestowed with the Lady Of Soul Award.

Set to take place November 17th at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, the show – which is hosted by Tichina Arnold and Tisha Campbell – will air live for the first time on BET and BET Her.

Check out the full list of nominees below…


As at writing, Kanye West‘s new album ‘Jesus Is King’ has yet to be released on schedule – with the rapper citing final tweaks.

That hasn’t halted his promotional push for the Gospel flavored set, though; for Ye sat down with Big Boy to discuss the project and much more.

Ahead of the full release of the interview, station Real 92.3 radio has released previews which feature West waxing honest on a number of topics.

And true to form, they look set to get tongues wagging.

Full story below…


Tank is hot on the press trail in support of newly released album ‘Elevation’ and he’s seizing the moment the address the comments heard around the world.

As reported, the R&B crooner expressed his belief that guy-on-guy oral doesn’t automatically define one as gay and instead (under certain circumstances) could simply function as experimentation.

His words, made during a discussion on Angela Yee’s ‘Lip Service,’ ignited ample debate – and attracted fierce contention from some corners of the web.

Never one to shy away from defending himself, the singer appeared on The Breakfast Club today and spoke more on the matter.

In some corners playful, in others more serious, he skilfully managed to unpack the fullness of his point – which included his belief that there is a gender “double standard” as relates to sexual experimentation.

Check out the insightful sit down after the jump…


Although Paula Abdul is revered for being the craftswoman behind the moves of her own high octane music videos as well as some of Janet Jackson, Prince, George Michael, The Jackson 5, and the Laker Girls’ most memorable performances, many may not know her resume also extended to film.

Choreographing some famous dance sequences in top films ‘Jerry Maguire,’ Tom Hanks’ 1988 classic ‘Big,’ and more, one of her most impressive achievements to date is often mistakenly attributed to other choreographers: the dance scenes of Eddie Murphy‘s ‘Coming To America.’

As buzz builds for its long-awaited follow-up, ‘Coming To America 2,’ Abdul sat down with our friends at Yahoo! to reflect on the film’s impact on her career.  An insightful interview indeed, look inside to hear what she said:


The foul stench of his alleged crimes will follow Harvey Weinstein wherever he goes.

Hit the play button below to see what happened the movie-maker, who is accused of violently raping several women, made the mistake of stepping into a New York City event for actors.


ABC hit ‘How To Get Away With Murder’ is back for a sixth and final season. And fireworks are promised!

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.

See what we mean below, where a sneak peek preview of  ‘How To Get Away With Murder’ season 6/episode 6 titled ‘Family Sucks’ awaits…


Iggy Azalea wasn’t impressed by Cardi B‘s estimation of her career and decided to take a stand against it by unfollowing her on Twitter.

Full story below…


JoJo is playing approximately no games with the roll out of new music.

Just two weeks after dropping the deeply introspective and personal cut, ‘Joanna,’ the Grammy-nominated songstress has unveiled the CHIKA-assisted ‘Sabotage.’  A Neo-soul tinged number housing lyrics that reflect on a love gone wrong, Jo coos over the song’s infectious chorus:

‘Every time I think about me and you, I wonder did I play myself…and sabotage love.’

Reportedly the first taste from her long-awaited fourth studio album, the follow-up to 2016’s ‘Mad Love,’ tuck inside to fall in love with the new-new from JoJo:


Tank is ready to take music lovers higher with his new album, ‘Elevation.’

Coming as his ninth solo studio effort, the project was preceded to chart battle by its singles ‘Dirty’ and ‘I Don’t Think You’re Ready’ – the former boasting a brief tenancy at the #1 spot on Billboard’s Adult R&B charts.

As if that momentum wasn’t enough, the singer-songwriter’s new LP is decorated with guest appearances from some of Urban music’s most respected names including Chris Brown, Keith Sweat, JoJo, Luke James, and many more.

Curious to hear what he cooked up with his co-stars? Look inside to hear:


In the words of Ricky Ricardo, musical mastermind Kanye West‘s got some ‘splainin’ to do.’

As we reported here, August 29th brought with it an announcement from West’s wife, Kim Kardashian, his long-awaited ‘Jesus Is King’ album would drop September 27th (a date he later confirmed during one of his Sunday services).  After the day came and went, the rapper/producer stayed mum on official release information – instead focusing on the project’s accompanying IMAX film (click here to read more on that).

Finally taking to social media earlier this week to confirm the new release date of ‘King’ as October 25th, Yeezy even sweetened the pot for fans by revealing its follow-up, ‘Jesus is Born,’ would be unveiled on Christmas day (click here for more on that).

Now, as the hour has come and gone for fans who live in Eastern and Central time zones, Twitter is blazing his social media with ridicule for yet another delay of the highly anticipated LP. See highlights inside: