Hoping to break a song or generate fresh interest in one?
Tik Tok is the place to go.
Set to get in on the action? Prince‘s estate.
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As anticipated albums go, few can rival the thirst that surrounds Adele‘s next project.
It’s approaching five years since the superstar belter released her blockbuster ’25’ LP and the world at large has been anticipating its follow-up.
Like most things Adele, details have been shroud in secrecy. And just this week, her manager denied reports that a September release was on the cards.
Now, the singer herself has weighed in.
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Chloe x Halle are receiving rave reviews for new album ‘Ungodly Hour,’ but the singing sisters aren’t resting on their laurels.
The pair Zoomed onto The Breakfast Club and chopped it up with the crew, talking everything from their LP, the speculation surrounding who ‘Busy Boy’ is about, Halle’s upcoming stint in the ‘Little Mermaid,’ their BET Awards performance, and much more.
Watch the fun-filled (and equally insightful) interview with the Parkwood pair after the jump…
BLACKPINK are wasting no time igniting new single ‘How You Like That.’
Unleashed yesterday, the track serves as the inaugural offering from the ladies forthcoming studio album.
It’s also the first new release from the group since guesting on Lady Gaga’s ‘Sour Candy’ – a ‘Chromatica’ track that earned them their first Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Fresh from unwrapping the ‘How You Like That’ video, the K-Pop quad delivered a dynamite performance via satellite on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.’
Wonder what all the buzz is about? Find out below, where their fierce showing awaits…
With the shocking death of George Floyd igniting renewed discourse about racial inequality, it’s also amplified the volume of the Black Lives Matter movement.
The necessity of change is also being spotlighted in the creative sphere.
Case in point ‘BLK BOY.’
The powerful narrative follows a stylised depiction of the murders of Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery, highlighting the subsequent actions taken by their community through protest.
Seen throughout are the varied representations of Black boys and men, with a core focus on celebrating their multi-faceted forms.
Watch the 3000CEANHILL production below…
As we reported here, Rock the Vote kicked off its Democracy Summer campaign recently with a two-hour virtual concert.
Co-headlined by GRAMMY-winning Pop group Black Eyed Peas and GRAMMY-nominated Pop diva Katy Perry, the star-studded affair – hosted by Logan Browning and Rosario Dawson – streamed live and also featured performances from Ne-Yo and more.
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Readers of That Grape Juice know what avid music lovers we are – especially of hits past.
So, as our retrospective segments, ‘From the Vault’ and ‘TGJ Replay,’ allow us the chance to re-spin the gems and jams of yesterday of one artist, our latest feature – Chart Rewind – serves as a variation of our Retro Rewind assay to salute an entire era of music history.
This week we wanna take it back to Joe‘s 2000 hit, ‘I Wanna Know.’
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With the world of Reality TV on shutdown (see COVID-19) a number of its stars are on the hunt for new ways to supplement their incomes.
The platform of choice for many? Only Fans…a company which allows its users to sell intimate videos of themselves to those of their fans who are enamoured by them enough to pay.
Joining the erotic fray is Evelyn Lozada of ‘Basketball Wives‘.
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6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj kicked off the week with news their latest duet, ‘TROLLZ,’ had been colored into the top spot of the Billboard Hot 100.
While Minaj was no stranger to the win as she just celebrated her inaugural #1 last month (click here to read more), the trip to the chart’s summit came as a first for her co-star – a victory he used to taunt fellow rappers Future, Gucci Mane, Meek Mill, and more as they could not boast the same (click here to read more).
But, while ‘TROLLZ’ may own the history-making feat of opening with 2020’s biggest first week sales yet, it is projected to soon be entering in history books for another reason: the biggest drop from #1 ever.