Rihanna is set to finally quench the thirst for new music. Because she’ll be dropping a new collaboration with PARTYNEXTDOOR…tonight!
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Though earning no shortage of critical acclaim upon its January 9 release, Alicia Keys‘ ‘Underdog’ – the second single from her long-awaited seventh studio album, ‘A.L.I.C.I.A.’ – was commercially panned.
Struggling to a #93 peak on the Hot 100, the Johnny McDaid-produced cut – which boasts chart-topper Ed Sheeran among its list of songwriters – seemed poise to suffer the same fate as its Miguel-assisted predecessor, ‘Show Me Love’ (which peaked at #90).
In an ironic twist of fate, ‘Underdog’s chart story could be set to reverse. Response to the global coronavirus pandemic, the very reason the release date of the song’s parent project was postponed (click here to read more), is giving it an unexpected second wind.
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Dua Lipa‘s here to save Pop music with her new single, ‘Break My Heart.’
The follow-up to her most recent duo of hits, ‘Physical,’ and the Hot 100 top 5 smash, ‘Don’t Start Now,’ ‘Break’ comes as the latest taste from her highly anticipated sophomore album, ‘Future Nostalgia.’
Curious to see how it holds up to the critical acclaim of its predecessors? Hear it inside:
Despite the imposition of social distancing, ‘The Tonight Show’ must go on.
Opting to film the late night talk series from the comfort of his own home, host Jimmy Fallon has guests appear live via video chat. The latest to join him virtually? John Legend.
On hand to discuss his recent free online concert (as we reported here), forthcoming new album (which he branded “his sexiest yet”), and more, the EGOT winner also treated viewers to the first televised performance of his new single, ‘Actions.’
Did you miss any of the action when it aired Tuesday (March 24)? See it inside:
As we reported here and here, Vanessa Hudgens, Jaime King, and Queen of Pop Madonna are among the big names in Hollywood being royally dragged for making statements many deem ‘insensitive’ in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
While the heat around Hudgens has cooled, Madge and King’s backlash endures as critics considered their COVID-19 commentary ‘tone deaf’ due to seemingly disregarding the needs of the working class. Their messages suggested the disease outbreak, despite infecting over 450,000 globally as of time reported, ultimately serves a purpose of good as it’s forced people to unite and cherish what matters most – a sentiment recently echoed by Grammy nominee Keyshia Cole.
Taking to Instagram, the ‘Heaven Sent’ hitmaker referenced a quote that asserted the pandemic was not only sent to be ‘an ally in our evolution,’ but that it’s also helpful as it’s allowed the world to reduce travel (thereby reducing pollution) and reconnect with loved ones.
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“I was building my life around this image of perfection, and it was really oppressive,” says Alicia Keys in her forthcoming semi-biographical book, ‘More Myself: A Journey.’
Though putting musical endeavors on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic (namely rescheduling the release of her self-titled seventh studio album), the 39-year-old’s literary efforts are moving full steam ahead as evidenced by the round of press hitting TV and Web in its support.
Due on shelves March 31, ‘Myself’ sees Keys take fans behind the veneer of her picture perfect lifestyle to share issues from her childhood (i.e. self-esteem, racial identity, emptiness, etc.) that haunted her most of her adult life. Making some jaw-dropping revelations across the 272-page memoir, look inside to see shocking excerpts:
Barely a week after announcing her long-awaited sophomore album would be delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic (click here to read more), Kehlani is tiding fans over with the racy music video for her latest single, ‘Toxic.’
Self-directed and “edited in one hour” (she boasts on Twitter), the 24-year-old shows off her assets in peep show fashion in the bedroom-set visual. Teasing viewers through its grainy footage, the
Nokia flip phone-filmed clip puts the songstress center stage in ways like never before.
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March 25 may mark the 32nd birthday of Grammy-nominated rapper Big Sean, but a recent report reveals he’s the one imparting gifts.
Three years after the release of his last studio album, ‘I Decided,’ the ‘Bounce Back’ beau is ready to bounce back to the top of the Billboard 200 with the newly announced LP, ‘Detroit 2.’
Jussie Smollett has shattered the silence he’s maintained since his legal woes begun.
The ‘Empire’ star made a surprise return to social media moments ago. And for many, it’s the first time they’ve seen or heard from the actor in the wake of the charges levelled against him for allegedly staging a hate attack.
That wasn’t up for discussion, though. Because his focus was lifting spirits in the wake of the current coronavirus pandemic.
Usher hosts the ultimate house party in the video for single ‘Don’t Waste My Time.’
The visual for the Ella Mai collaboration premiered moments ago and arrives as the song hit the top ten on Urban AC radio.
Directed by LeSean Harris, the clip features cameos from the likes of Snoop Dogg, King Combs, and Evan Ross.
With much of the world on lockdown, this has been unwrapped right on time.
Watch after the jump…