Usher has long reigned in the upper echelon of music greats. And now, the icon’s latest single ‘Good Good’ is re-affirming that spot in earnest.

Having already nabbed the esteemed honor of becoming the performer’s highest-charting hit in almost a decade, the Summer Walker and 21 Savage-assisted jam has danced to a new peak on the Billboard Hot 100.

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Olivia Rodrigo is getting candid about her original song lyrics to two of her ‘Guts’ album tracks.

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Halloween night 2023 saw many a star shine brought with jaw-dropping transformations.

With days of slay looks pouring in, more names got into the spirit with characteristically over-the-top ensembles.

Join us below to see the likes of Halle Bailey, Megan Thee Stallion, Ciara, Kendall Jenner, Kim Kardashian, and more marvel…


Adekunle Gold invites Byron Messia and JayO to join him at a party like no other.

For, the Afro-Pop royal has unlocked a flavorsome remix of ‘Party No Dey Stop’ featuring the dynamic guests.

The original track is housed on Gold’s critically acclaimed album Tequila Ever After – and reached the top 10 of the Billboard Afrobeats Chart and danced its way to #3 on the Official UK Afrobeats Chart.

And with just reason – it’s infectious!

Take a listen to the remix of ‘Party No Dey Stop’ below…


Alongside its enduring viral dance challenge, a massive wave of streams and downloads rushed into digital music outlets in response to Tyla‘s stunning performance of her breakout hit, ‘Water,’ at ‘The Tonight Show’ last week.

The surge was so big it’s landed the South African hitmaker in previously uncharted territory on the hitlist.


The beat goes on in more way than one for Cher.

58 years after watching her debut solo album, ‘All I Really Want to Do,’ peak at #16 on the Billboard 200, the 77-year-old Pop icon is still enjoying top 40 success on the tally thanks to her latest release.

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October 31 brings with it the premiere of ‘Underwater,’ a romantic thriller podcast starring award-winning singer-actors Alexandra Shipp and Jason Derulo.


Britney Spears has largely avoided a return to the music scene following her emancipation from the conservatorship that governed her personal and professional life for 13 years.

Indeed, sans a well-received collaboration with Elton John, the Pop force has been vocal about her desire for an indefinite break from the industry.

As such, it surprised many when ‘Mind Your Business,’ a “new” collaboration with, sprung up this summer. Even more perplexing was Spears’ total ignoring of the track.

Ultimately, unlike the pair’s previous chart-topping duet ‘Scream & Shout,’ the song failed to ignite on the charts – missing the Billboard Hot 100 entirely.

And while the release is seemingly in rearview for all, it didn’t stop the Black Eyed Peas frontman from being quizzed about it during an appearance on This Morning while in London promoting his judging stint on the new season of The Voice UK.

During the chat, he shared an interesting information nugget; one that is sure to raise eyebrows and add a further layer of confusion about why ‘Mind Your Business’ was released.

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When JAY-Z gives an interview, the world stops and listens.

A rare sight, the GRAMMY-winning music mogul took to ‘CBS Mornings’ recently to celebrate the new ‘Book of HOV’ exhibit at the Brooklyn Library that toasts to his history-making, three-decade career.

When not reflecting on his rags-to-riches journey and his albums that helped reshaped Hip-Hop, the 53-year-old emcee opened up about his wife Beyonce‘s record-breaking ‘Renaissance Tour,’ proud moments as a father to their daughter Blue Ivy, and so much more.

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Virtual shots continue to ring out between DJ Akademiks and rapper Saucy Santana over the former’s disparaging remarks about Yung Miami.

No stranger to ruffling the feathers of female rappers having slammed the likes of Doja Cat and Megan Thee Stallion over the years, he recently took aim at the City Girls star by accusing her of perpetuating homophobia due to her friendship with Saucy, slamming the low album sales of ‘RAW,’ and even suggested she had no talent and was a “one-trick pony.”

Once Santana (born Rashad Spain) entered the chat, Akademiks went on record to clarify he has no beef with the LGBTQ+ community overall but with Spain specifically.

“Me and you couldn’t even have a conversation,” Akademiks said in a slur-laden speech. “You’re a cocks*cker n***a. We don’t talk to n****s like you.”

Calling on Saucy to “pull up to his headquarters” (suggesting he was ready to get into a physical altercation), the ‘Booty‘ hitmaker bounced to social media to render a fiery clap back.

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Kandi Burruss has gone viral many times. And, more often than not, the serial entrepreneur finds herself on the right side of public favor.

However, that wasn’t the case this week.

For, culinary influencer Keith Lee thrust the star’s name into headlines for all the wrong reasons after a damning review of her Old Lady Gang restaurant.

Now, Burruss has offered a candid response to the drama – which has ignited social media.

Find out what she had to say below…


Khia, the self-proclaimed “motormouf,” is keeping her engine hot and running with disses hurled toward new nemeses Sexyy Red and Sukihana.

What started as a rant on her popular YouTube series, ‘Gag Order,’ dissing critics for comparing her to the relative newcomers has turned into an all-out war.

After Suki threatened to “knock her out” for the inflammatory commentary, Khia hit back with a fiery response suggesting the ‘Eating‘ rapstress was suffering from brain damage due to a untreated syphilis.

In a more recent clip, the 46-year-old took aim at Red for calling her a ‘washed up hag.’

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