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Miley Cyrus says she’s just as “frustrated” as her fans over an apparent mishap with the distribution of her new album ‘Plastic Hearts.’
As reported, the LP is on-track to open with soft numbers – despite the buzz established by preceding singles ‘Midnight Sky’ and ‘Prisoner (ft. Dua Lipa’).
While streaming has, for most, become the primary means of selling units, Cyrus’ sales ratio indicates her base still actively purchase traditional formats.
And that is where the singer’s gripe is rooted.
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The 2020 Soul Train Awards saw some of Urban music’s finest go head-to-head for the show’s coveted trophies.
With the likes of top names and newcomers alike going for the prizes, the competition was steep.
Now that the show is over and the final performance done (click here to watch them), find out who picked up which awards in which categories.
The Soul Train Awards 2020 aired moments ago.
Like previous years, this installment of the annual extravaganza paid homage to the achievements of the industry’s brightest R&B and Hip-Hop stars.
Hosted by Tichina Arnold and Tisha Campbell, the event saw performances from the likes of Brandy, Monica, Ella Mai, Babyface, Jazmine Sullivan, Smokie Robinson, and many more.
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Not even two weeks ago, BTS learned their first album of the year – the March-released ‘Map of the Soul: 7’ – made history as the first and only pure Pop LP released and certified Platinum this year (as Taylor Swift‘s ‘Folklore,’ Halsey‘s ‘Manic,’ and Platinum-sellers were classified as alternative genres).
Now, it appears their second set – the November 20-released ‘BE’ – is poised to follow in its predecessors footsteps.
Kicked off by the chart-topping hit, ‘Dynamite,’ and its follow-up single, ‘Life Goes On,’ the K-Pop septet endured an aggressive promo onslaught in support of the tunes’ parent project – lending performances to almost every major American award show this year.
The hard work easily granted them the week’s highest sales prediction as industry analysts projected the Korean-English album would shift over 260,000 across its first seven days of sales tracking.
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Miley Cyrus unleashed her seventh studio album this week, after months of fan-anticipation.
Originally configured as a three-part EP (see: ‘She Is…’ series), the singer scrapped that idea in favor of a more definitive body of work.
Having navigated many sounds over the course of her career, Cyrus says she set out to anchor her artistic proposition this go round.
Led by singles such as ‘Midnight Sky’ and the Dua Lipa assisted ‘Prisoner,’ all eyes are on the LP’s commercial performance.
The answer is here, because the first-week sales forecast is in.
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H.E.R. continues to blaze a trail.
Since rising to prominence, the singer has been wowing with her soulful sonics, magnetic melodies, and lyrics that lasso the masses.
Fittingly, the 23-year-old leads the pack at the Soul Train Awards 2020 after nabbing a whopping eight nominations.
Ahead of the ceremony tonight, That Grape Juice‘s Shar Jossell caught up with GRAMMY-winner who opened up about her nominations and evolving image.
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Hosted by Tichina Arnold and Tisha Campbell, the Soul Train Awards 2020 will simulcast on BET, BET Her, VH1 and MTV2 at 8 PM ET this Sunday.
Performers include Brandy, Babyface, CeeLo Green, Charlie Wilson, Ella Mai, Jazmine Sullivan, Lucky Daye, and Smokey Robinson. Lady of Soul honoree, Monica, will also be taking to the stage.