Tory Lanez is no stranger to making headlines for delivering his fair share of hits, but in the past most of them have been limited to the Hot 100.

Recently, as revealed by a viral video, the ‘Say It’ performer thought to take a more physical approach.  Reaching out to touch rising R&B singer Joshua Benoit in a filmed barbershop scuffle Tuesday (March 24), Lanez apparently wanted to dish out fades of a different nature than what spectators were on hand for.

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In recent months the world has learned that R. Kelly is no stranger to poor hygiene.

Now it seems, after developing quite the reputation for taking matters of the toilet into the bedroom, the Pied Piper is afraid of being taken out by something just as filthy as he is.

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Pioneers of the music video may have nursed MTV from its infancy, but by 1989, the very vehicle that helped transport many to chart summits threatened to desert them for refusing to evolve with the art form into the next decade.

And while some protested prioritizing the maturing medium, Madonna – a video virtuoso who’d pushed the visual needle forward faster and farther than any of her female contemporaries – had become its gold standard.  Barring King of Pop Michael Jackson, no other artist had taken command of the platform quite like she had – elevating musical clips from mere performance cuts to full-on short films.

As 1990 approached, the diva, albeit at the most untouchable phase of her superstardom, was still 30-something in an increasingly ageist music industry.  The harsh reality of that (and the changing musical tide around her) made morphing that much more of a necessity for Pop’s top chameleon.

Her answer to the challenge?  The Shep Pettibone-produced ‘Vogue.’


Little Mix are off to a flying start with new single ‘Break Up Song.’

The Pop anthem is the lead release from the quad’s sixth studio album and one of their first offerings since moving to RCA Records (from Syco).

Laced with catchy hooks and an immense chorus, the infectious cut has found favour with fans.

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In breaking news, Boris Johnson – the UK’s Prime Minister, has tested positive for the coronavirus.

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After years out of the musical spotlight, Rihanna makes her long-awaited return on PARTYNEXTDOOR‘s ‘Believe It.’

The track – which arrived moments ago as part of the latter’s new album, ‘PARTYMOBILE’ – lines the set’s tracklist alongside Drake (‘Loyal’), Bad Bunny (‘Loyal’ remix), and other high profile guests.

Coming as the first taste of new music the masses have gotten from Rih since her 2017 N.E.R.D collaboration, ‘Lemon,’ anticipation for the the diva’s ninth studio album is sky high.

Will this drop of newness be enough to quench thirsts? Listen below and let us know…


While most artists have postponed their single and/or album drops in the wake of the ongoing global health crisis, Pop diva Dua Lipa went against the grain to advance the release of her highly anticipated sophomore album, ‘Future Nostalgia’ (as we reported here).

Due in part to an unexpected early leak, ‘Nostalgia’s arrival – kicked off by her highest Hot 100-charting single to date, ‘Don’t Start Now,’ as well as the critically acclaimed cut ‘Physical’ – was also preceded by the early release of its latest single, ‘Break My Heart.’

Taking center stage in ways like never before (as none of its 11 tracks have a listed feature), what the LP lacks in high profile guest stars it certainly makes up for with a who’s who of producers.  Collecting beats and lyrics from the likes of some of Pop’s heaviest hitters (i.e. Stuart Price, The Monsters and the StrangerzJeff Bhasker, Ian Kirkpatrick, and more), look inside for your first listen:


Nearly four years after thrilling fans with his Gold-certified album ‘PartyNextDoor 3,’ Rapper/singer/producer PARTYNEXTDOOR is giving fans new music to bump on the road in the form of ‘PARTYMOBILE.’ 

Finally hitting shelves Friday (March 27) after a number of delays, the 15-song – set led to chart battle by songs ‘Split Decision,’ ‘The News,’ and the Drake-assisted ‘Loyal’ – also sees hitmakers Rihanna and Bad Bunny among its list of high profile contributors.

Curious to see if it was worth the wait? Look inside for your first listen:


Madonna is among many remembering celebrated actor Mark Blum after reports surfaced he died of complications related to COVID-19 Wednesday (March 25).

Aged 69, the award-winning actor – who’s earned acclaim on Broadway, film, and television over his lengthy career – most famously starred in 80’s cult classics ‘Crocodile Dundee’ (1986) and ‘Desperately Seeking Susan’ (1985) alongside the Pop megastar.

Taking to Instagram Thursday (March 26), the Pop Queen poured out heartfelt condolences to Blum’s family and fans – fondly remembering her time with him on ‘Susan’s set.

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Little Mix have unleashed new single ‘Break Up Song.’

Rolled out as the lead release from the group’s sixth studio album, the high-octane cut was penned by members Jade, Perrie, and Leigh-Anne alongside hitmaker Kamille and Frank Nobel.

The release is especially notable in that it is one of the first offerings from the ladies new pact with RCA Records, following their acrimonious split from Syco upon the debut of their LP ‘LM5.’

With a lot to prove, do they deliver? Listen below and let us know…


After slipping on her dancing shoes for the music video to her latest release, ‘Dance Again,’ Pop star Selena Gomez is giving fans a new reason to say look at her now.

“Feels so, feels so, feels so good to dance again,” she coos over the Mattman & Robin-produced beat. “With my emotions undressed, I’m going in. With everything, to dance again.”

Showing off her best two-step, the ‘Me & the Rhythm’ maestra served viewers some sexy social distancing as she worked the camera by her lonesome in a silk slip dress.

The follow-up to the video for ‘Rare,’ the title track from her latest Billboard 200 chart-topper, look inside to see Gomez dance again:


If you thought M.I.A.‘s recent return after a lengthy absence from headlines wouldn’t be accompanied without a bit of controversy, you’re just kidding yourself.

As celebrities get slammed left and right for their pseudo-esoteric thoughts regarding the coronavirus pandemic (like we reported here), the ‘Bad Girls’ beauty thought it a good time to add her name to the list.  Taking to Twitter Wednesday (March 25), she launched a series of posts to indicate her stance on vaccination – namely those related to COVID-19.

Needless to say, the rhetoric wasn’t exactly well-received.  Look inside to see what we mean: