Scandal has rocked the Gospel music scene today after Darrel Walls – a member of popular quartet The Walls Group – was featured in a video kissing a man believed to be his boyfriend.

Per multiple sources, the clip was initially shared by the singer himself privately.

However, one “close friend” opted to share the video publicly.

Whatever the intent, the move has caused an outpouring of support for Walls.

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Jaden Smith stars alongside Cara Delevingne in powerful drama ‘Life In A Year.’

Directed by Mitja Okorn, the narrative centers on a young couple who are faced with the piercing reality that Isabelle (Delevingne) has only a year to live.

Daryn (played by Smith) goes above and beyond to ensure their milestones occur within the short time she has left.

In a unique move, the trailer arrived in tandem with the film itself, which is now available to watch via Amazon’s Prime Video.

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The man who allegedly broke into Eminem‘s home and threatened his life now has a trial date.

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City Girls took the stage on Thanksgiving at Gilt Nightclub to a packed house.

However, their performance has now drawn mixed reactions from many due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Summer Walker is quite literally ‘Over It.’

And, once again, the drama centers around her relationship with hitmaker London On Da Track.

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Victoria Monét has had quite the year.

Indeed, beyond penning smashes such as ’34+35′ for Ariana Grande, she’s birthed bops of her own in the form of ‘Moment,’ ‘A** Like That,’ and ‘Experience.’ 

All are housed on her critically-acclaimed project ‘Jaguar’ and have collectively led to her being nominated for Best New Artist at the Soul Train Awards 2020. 

Monét is also nominated for The Ashford & Simpson’s Songwriter’s Award for co-writing Chloe x Halle’s ‘Do It.’

Speaking with That Grape Juice‘s Shar Jossell ahead of the ceremony, the star opened up about the duality of her career, brand new instalments of ‘Jaguar,’ her nominations, and more.

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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.

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With 2020 serving as a year like no other, Mariah Carey is energized her quest to spread festive cheer this holidays.

Indeed, as reported, the diva supreme will unwrap Apple TV+ special –  ‘Mariah Carey’s Magical Christmas’ – on December 4 – and she’ll be appearing alongside the likes of Ariana Grande, Jennifer Hudson, and many more.

To herald its imminent arrival, Mimi interviewed on the Graham Norton Show.

There, the legend spilled on what viewers can expect from ‘Magical Christmas,’ her love for the holidays, and much more.

Watch the fun-filled sit-down after the jump…


Cardi B is not sweating her lack of nominations for the 2021 GRAMMYs.

In fact, the ‘Bodak Yellow’ rapper revealed on Instagram Live the reason as to why ‘WAP’ did not appear on the nominations list and it was intentional.

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Dua Lipa and Kylie Minogue have teamed up for dance-inducing performance.

The pair took the stage together at Lipa’s ‘Studio 2054’ virtual concert and it was everything and more. They performed ‘Real Groove’ from Minogue’s ‘Disco’ album that was released earlier this year (stream it here).

Both Lipa and Minogue performed in a club setting, where they were joined by people dancing to the track. Both singers even got in on the fun, as they took to dancing on top of table.

Minogue has been just one of many guests who are set to appear on ‘Studio 2054.’ Miley Cyrus, Elton John, and FKA twigs are among some of the other guests (as we reported here).

What are you waiting for? Watch Dua and Kylie light up the dance-floor below…


After a slew of critically and commercially acclaimed biopics of some of music history’s most game-changing female acts (i.e. Whitney Houston, Toni Braxton, Aaliyah, Britney Spears, Clark Sisters, and more), Lifetime sent Hip Hop fans into a frenzy with the announcement female Rap pioneers Salt-N-Pepa would be next to see their story told via the women’s network.

What’s more, the Mario Van Peebles-directed project would be executive produced by group members Cheryl ‘Salt’ James and Sandra ‘Pepa’ Denton as well as by fellow Rap royal Queen Latifah (among others).

Chronicling their rise in the male-dominated Hip Hop industry, the movie will also put a lens on how the music business put a strain on their personal lives, friendship, and more.

Look inside to see when you can get your first glimpse at this highly anticipated flick:


Jason Derulo has every intention on riding the Tik Tok wave until the wheels fall off – and we don’t blame him one bit.

If any one can stand as a posterchild on the power social media platform wields it would be Derulo – a truth underscored by the mega-success of his Hot 100 chart-topping single, ‘Savage Love.’

Now, the hitmaker is hoping to hop on another Tik Tok trend (the Tampa Beat) to boost the profile of his newest effort, ‘Love Not War.’

See the song’s official video (in partnership with Nuka) below:


VH1’s ‘I Love New York’ – a spinoff of the network’s wildly popular reality dating series ‘Flavor of Love’ – launched Tiffany “New York” Pollard into an enduring love affair with TV viewers over its two-season run across 2007-2008.

Boosting her to not only become one of the most popular reality stars of the 2000’s, the series’ success made it the parent project to a few spinoffs of its own.

Her status in the reality TV show halls of history may have been the catalyst behind network execs wanting to lift the starlet to a new generation of viewers via the November 23-aired ‘I Love New York: Reunited.’