While ‘Me’ – the Brendon Urie-assisted lead single from Taylor Swift‘s yet-titled seventh LP – entered record books for a historic jump on the Billboard Hot 100 (click here to read more), the song’s admittedly not been greeted with the fanfare of many of her previous album kick offs.

In an attempt to turn the tide and possibly make up for the backlash of her 2019 Billboard Music Awards performance labeled ‘Mayochella,’ the 29-year-old thought to spread a little of that ‘Me’ magic to the good folks over at ‘The Voice’ on Tuesday (May 21).

Bringing Brendon along for the ride, the colorful outing saw Swift and the Panic at the Disco star rock the showing with pyrotechnics and a host of other distractions eye-catching visuals.  Keen to see how she fared? It awaits inside:


After nabbing her first Hot 100-charting single, ‘Big Ole Freak’ (#65 peak), earlier this year, Rap’s rising femcee – Megan Thee Stallion – is pulling out all the stops to ride another tune to even higher heights on the tally.

Fresh from unleashing her long-awaited ‘Fever’ mixtape (click here to listen), the 24-year-old’s delivering the video for its fan favorite cut, ‘Realer.’  A fitting choice given the rapper’s battle with detractors who claim she relies on a ghostwriter for her hard-hitting rhymes, ‘Realer’ is an ode to authenticity and being…well…real.

Much like its parent project’s cover artwork, the ‘Realer’ video is a nod to Blaxploitation films of the ’70s and sees its star play a gun-toting, fierce, and foxy mama. See what we mean inside:


Beyonce may be outside of an album cycle, but she continues to rack up accolades for her most recent solo album ‘Lemonade.’

Released in 2016, the set was preceded by ‘Formation’ and arrived in tandem with an award-winning film.

The LP, which has sold millions the world over, was gifted a second wind recently when it landed on all streaming services following three-year exclusivity on TIDAL. Its wide streaming release occurred on the heels of Bey’s net-shaking Netflix special ‘Homecoming’ – which featured several songs from the project.

It would appear that the move helped the set cross a major milestone.

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Fifth Harmony alum Ally Brooke is strutting on full steam with her solo career.

Earlier this year, she whet appetites with the Tyga assisted ‘Low Key’ and she’s keeping the music a’coming with new number ‘Lips Don’t Lie.’

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Jennifer Lopez is gearing up for the ‘It’s My Party Tour’ – her first US trek in 10 years.

The Stateside jaunt is being mounted in celebration of the singer’s 50th birthday.

And while that’s all rooted in happy times, the diva is playing no games (with herself or dancers) in piecing together the sure-fire spectacle.

Fresh from wrapping filming for new movie ‘Hustlers,’ J.Lo jumped straight into gruelling rehearsals and is now giving folk an insight into the making of the hotly anticipated tour.

Ahead of the show’s June kick-off, check out a behind the scenes look at her process below…


Mary J. Blige may be juggling film, TV, and touring, but she still has music on the mind.

As reported, the Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul is readying ‘My Life II (Act 2)’ and recently whet appetites with ‘Thriving’ featuring ‘Royalty’ trek partner Nas. 

Hot on the promo trail for said track, she stopped by Beats1 radio gave Ebro the 411 on when fans can expect the LP – her first since 2017’s ‘Strength Of A Woman.’

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Since his scene stealing stint in ‘Straight Outta Compton,’ Jason Mitchell has been hailed as one of Hollywood’s most promising new talents.

However, his career has hit an almighty iceberg – one that’s seeing him frozen out of almost all of his professional endeavours. And word is that it’s due to “misconduct.”

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Nearly two months after it was first announced Pop icon Celine Dion would be buckling up for James Corden‘s wildly popular ‘Carpool Karaoke’ segment on ‘The Late Late Show,’ the clip finally made its premiere and could easily be the best yet.

In addition to seeing the 51-year-old crank out some of her most memorable hits including ‘It’s All Coming Back to Me Now,’ ‘Because You Loved Me,’ and more, the Vegas-filmed outing also saw her team with Corden to recreate the iconic scene from the ‘Titanic’ film (on which her signature tune ‘My Heart Will Go On’ features).

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In the 7 years since Pop icon Whitney Houston passed away there have been multiple documentaries, musical projects (i.e. live album, re-releases), television specials, a 2016-announced hologram tour (click here to read more on that), and more in her honor.

And, if a recent statement from her estate – run by sister-in-law Pat Houston – is to judge by, those ventures were only the beginning of a long list of endeavors to keep the late singer’s legacy alive.

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Over a MXXWLL-produced slow jam, rappers Ty Dolla $ign and J. Cole join forces to ode the ladies in their lives.

“You know I need you, baby/So much on my mind I ain’t even really sleeping lately,” Ty wails. “I said some things I didn’t mean—I know I did too much/What’s love if we can’t get into it, turn around and make up?”

Unveiled ahead of $ign’s next solo studio album, the follow-up t0 2017’s ‘Beach House 3,’ look inside for your first listen of the soulful cut:


Megan Thee Stallion cuts a striking figure a’front of the newest issue of Fader Magazine.

A name of the lips of many, she’s seen her star soar following the success of her breakout hit ‘Big Ole Freak’ and newly released project ‘Fever.’

And while for some, the fascination centers on her fiery skills as a femcee, others are enamoured with her story – which is already illustrated with both triumphs and hardships.

In her interview feature, she shines light on her narrative, including her Houston upbringing, her time at college, modern rap, the passing of her mother, and more.

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Ciara recently released her new album ‘Beauty Marks’ on her newly launched label of the same name. And she’s playing no games as she embarks on her journey as CEO.

Because CiCi has officially been accepted in Harvard University.

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