With his new album Mr. Morales & the Big Steppers stepping toward the Billboard 200 with the anticipated biggest first-week sales of the year (as we reported here), Kendrick Lamar is giving music lovers even more reasons to cop the May 13-released set as he unleashes yet another taste of music that lines its tracklist.

Housed cut ‘N95’ serves as the latest of ‘Steppers’ songs to be given the visual treatment.

Directed by Dave Free, the cinematic clip sees Lamar floating over the ocean, playing piano in a performance hall, and later being chased through the streets all while spitting clever references to the global health crisis.

“Hello new world, all the boys and girls, I got some true stories to tell / You’re back outside, but they still lied,” he said in the eye-opening tune.

Watch it inside:


Cardi B has re-upped with Facebook for another season of her show ‘Cardi Tries _____.’

The Messenger series (which is executive produced by the star alongside Jesse Collins) sees her trying her hand at new skills outside of her Hip-Hop rooting. From lacing up to become a ballerina, firefighter, car racer, teacher, and more.

She won’t be alone, as notable names and faces pop up to help her achieve her goals.

The latest episode of season 2 is here and sees Cardi learn how to play tennis with the help of her ‘Wild Side’ collaborator Normani.

Watch below…


Todrick Hall continues to roll out the new tunes for his forthcoming album,Algorhythm.’

This time around, he has shared his most recent song called ‘Breath.’ A sweeping power ballad, Hall draws influence from none other than the legendary singer Prince. 

Speaking on ‘Breath,’ Hall said:

“‘Breath’ is the most transparent and vulnerable I have ever been as a songwriter. This is my favourite song I have ever written and sang, inspired by my favorite R&B ballads of the 80s.”

Hall is set to release ‘Algorhythm’ on June 1. Previously, he spoke to That Grape Juice about the album, ‘Breath,’ and much more (click here for the interview).

As anticipation reaches a fever pitch for his new album, stream ‘Breathe’ below…


Camila Cabello continues the push for her new album ‘Familia’ will the arrival of the video for ‘Hasta Los Dientes.’

Featuring special guest Maria Becerra, the visual follows that of ‘Bam Bam,’ ‘Psychofreak,’ and ‘Don’t Go Yet.’

Unleashed digitally moments ago, the clip received its global broadcast premiere on MTV Live, MTVU, and across MTV’s global network of channels, as well as on the Paramount Times Square billboards.

Check it out after the jump…


The term “wasting no time” is arguably overused, but it’s oh so applicable when it comes to Kendrick Lamar. 

For, on the day he unlocked his fifth studio album ‘Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers,’ the Hip-Hop titan has announced a world tour in support of the set.

Full story below…


Readers of That Grape Juice know how passionate we are about music – whether that be past or present.

However, unlike our other segments – Retro Rewind, TGJ Replay, and From The Vault – The Pop Stop is the most in-depth look at Pop songs that may have flown under the radar over the last week that you should know, rather they be from music’s biggest stars or those on the rise.

This week, we want to highlight cuts from The Chainsmokers, 5 Seconds of Summer, Florence + the Machine, Bazzi, Why Don’t We, and Alannah McCready.

Join us inside…


Kendrick Lamar has unleashed ‘Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers’ – his fifth studio album.

Unlike previous albums, ‘Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers’ did not include lead single. However, it remains just as compelling as he explores themes of generational trauma, acceptance, fatherhood, and more across the project.

That Grape Juice has been spinning the LP since its release. Join us below to find out which five tracks are essential on ‘Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers.’


Bobby Brown is no stranger to the spotlight. But now the original R&B bad boy is set to tell his story on his own terms.

May 31 will see the stage blazer form the focus of A&E‘s ‘Biography’ special chronicling his colorful life – both the light and the dark embedded within.

Promising a raw and unvarnished insight into the peaks and troughs of Brown’s journey, it will see the singer himself share his narrative like never before.

Naturally, his well-documented marriage to Whitney Houston will be addressed in earnest.

And, in a freshly unleashed trailer, the ‘Don’t Be Cruel’ singer made a unique remark that is sure to set tongues wagging.

See what we mean below…


Jack Harlow made headlines this week when he revealed that he didn’t know Brandy and Ray J were siblings.

The surprising statement, which the rapper made during an interview with Hot 97, went viral and ignited a wave of debate.

Now, soulful singer India Arie has weighed in and she did not hold back.

See what we mean below…


Muni Long pours out her ‘Pain’ on her last single of the same name.

Still riding high from the success of breakout smash ‘Hrs & Hrs,’ the singer-songwriter continues to prove the potency of her pen on this emotional number.

Lyrically compelling, the track finds Muni Long musing on a love gone wrong and wishing her ex ‘Pain’ proportionate to the pain they caused (and then some).

Both song and video arrive on the heels of the multi-hyphenate inking a lucrative joint venture deal with Def Jam.

Check it out after the jump…


Burna Boy looks to ignite the scene with his brand new single ‘Last Last.’

Lifted from the GRAMMY-winner’s incoming album ‘Love, Damini’ (due July 2), the track is built on a sizzling sample of Toni Braxton’s ‘He Wasn’t Man Enough For Me.’ 

The African Giant seasons the track with his trademark flavor and flow – making it his own.

‘Last Last’ received its live premiere at the African Giant’s sold-out show at Madison Square Garden last month.

Check out the video after the jump…


‘The Last O.G.’ has delivered its last laugh.

Four years after making history for TBS with the blockbuster ratings that accompanied its premiere, the Tracy Morgan-led comedy has been axed from the network after four seasons.

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