After drumming up buzz aplenty earlier this week with the surprise announcement of their long-awaited reunion (as we reported here), The Clark Sisters are back with a vengeance courtesy of their new single, ‘Victory.’

Acting as the first release from the legends’ forthcoming LP – soon to hit shelves courtesy of a joint venture between Karew Entertainment and Motown Gospel – the tune was unveiled in full on Erica Campbell‘s radio show, ‘Get Up! Mornings with Erica Campbell’ on Friday (October 18).

Chatting it up with the Grammy-winning hostess, the group’s stars Twinkie, Karen, and Dorinda (Jacky was absent from the interview) used the platform to not only dish about their new song, but also the inspiration behind their reunion, their forthcoming Lifetime biopic, and so much more.

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Cardi B’s global footprint is proving more potent by the day.

For, the femcee has just nabbed another chart win in the UK.

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Kiana Ledé keeps the music a’coming with the release of new single ‘Easy Breezy.’

Produced by d.a got that dope, the bouncy bop is the latest taste of what Republic‘s newest name has on offer.

Armed with the momentum of slower jams such as ‘Ex’ and ‘Fairplay,’ Ledé picks up the pace and drives in a more “top down with the radio on” direction with this one.

Take a listen below….


The original Sugababes made their triumphant return to TV moments ago when they took to the stage on the Graham Norton Show. 

Mutya, Keisha, and Siobhan joined DJ Spoony to perform ‘Flowers,’ which is lifted from his new compilation ‘Garage Classical.’

The showing serves as the first televised effort from the trio in the six years since they initially reformed as MKS.

When speaking with host Norton, the ladies confirmed there are exciting 2020 plans ahead.

Watch the Babes take vocal flight after the jump…


Emmy-nominated actress, writer, producer, and comedienne Issa Rae continues to prove herself a mistress of many trades as evidenced by the unveiling of Raedio – a new label co-founded by the 34-year-old. Developed in partnership with Atlantic Records, the label was designed to extend a platform across media to align acts with film and television projects, commercials, podcasts, and beyond.
Speaking on the joint venture, Rae said:
“Music has always been an essential part of every project I do and working with emerging talent is a personal passion. Raedio allows me to continue that work within the music industry and audio entertainment space. The Atlantic Records team are innovators in terms of shifting and shaping culture. I’m excited to join forces with them to discover new artists.”
To give music lovers a taste of what the imprint will offer, today brought with it the arrival the first single of Raedio’s flagship artist, TeaMarr.  Titled ‘Kinda Love,’ its accompanying music video (directed by Ari Lennox and Lucky Dave) is available below for your viewing pleasure.


Little Mix are getting their boss on.

For, having carved out quite the mark on the charts, the Pop quad are looking to build music’s next big band via the vehicle of their own TV show.

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Kash Doll has quite the story and she’s keen to share.

To mark the release of her debut album ‘Stacked,’ the Detroit native stopped by The Breakfast Club today and opened up about multiple corners of her fascinating journey.

Chopping it up with Charlamagne, DJ Envy, and Angela Yee, the rising rapper waxed honest about her past as a stripper, being struck in a restrictive record deal, receiving support from Drake, and the family drama that landed her in court.

Watch the insightful sit-down after the jump…


Camila Cabello is aiming to land another hit with new single ‘Liar,’ the latest taste of new album ‘Romance.’

The flavorsome jam arrived as part of a series of weekly drops from the former Fifth Harmony singer and is showing the most promise of all the cuts offered up.

Currently making healthy gains on the stream scene, the track may well be poised to top its #54 peak on the Billboard Hot 100.

To assist its cause, Cabello has shared a behind the scenes look at the making of the Dave Meyers directed visual. Check it out below…


LisaRaye McCoy is renown for saying it how she feels it and she lives up to said billing on a new episode TV One’s ‘UNCENSORED.’

Beyond her roles in hit films such as ‘The Players Club,’ the actress made waves on sitcom ‘All Of Us.’

However, in the years since the show’s abrupt 2007 end, McCoy has been increasingly open about her issues with co-star Duane Martin. And while many saw the drama as being rooted in the professional, it’s become clear that it’s personal. All sorts of personal.

For, McCoy claims her two-year marriage to Turks and Caicos premier Michael Misick was ruined by… Martin.

Watch her illustrate the tangled web…


The respective commercial nonperformances of Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, and Lana Del Rey‘s ‘Don’t Call Me Angel’ and Kash Doll, Kim Petras, Alma, and Stefflon Don‘s ‘How It’s Done’– the first two singles from the forthcoming ‘Charlie’s Angels’ soundtrack – had Grande fans hoping redemption would be served courtesy of the project’s song, ‘Bad To You’ (featuring Grande, Normani, and Nicki Minaj).

Word of the tune’s existence may have been confirmed last week when the ‘Sweetener’ star confirmed its parent set’s official track list (click here to read more), but just as quickly as excitement for its arrival went up it was forced down days later when Minaj confirmed the cut would not be accompanied with a music video…


Taylor Swift is the latest singer-songwriter to bring the story behind her hits to NPR’s wildly popular Web series, ‘Tiny Desk Concert.’

Just days before she is set to rock the stage at the 7th Annual ‘We Can Survive’ concert – presented by AT&T – at Los Angeles’ iconic Hollywood Bowl (October 19), the segment was unveiled online and featured the Grammy winner cranking out numbers from her latest chart-topping album, ‘Lover,’ and more from her prized discography.

Filmed at NPR Studios in Washington D.C., Taylor beamed about her love for the acoustic segment:

 “Tiny Desk is, like, one of my favorite corners of the internet. It’s an opportunity for artists to decide a different way to showcase their music,” she said.

Look inside to see the performance in full.


Lady Gaga has experienced a number of peaks and troughs in her illustrious career, but tonight she took a literal tumble.

While performing on-stage at her Las Vegas residency,‘Enigma,’ Mother Monster had quite the malfunction when she fell off stage with a fan in tow.

Watch the awkward moment below…