Burna Boy is taking over the radio thanks to his song ‘Sittin On Top Of The World.’ 

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Taylor Swift‘s hit single ‘Cruel Summer’ is not going away any time soon, because it is back at #1.

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Nearly 4 years separate Jason Derulo fans from his last body of work, the ‘2Sides (Side 1)‘ EP, but a consistent release of singles over 2023 suggests the wait for a new project may be coming to close.

Having unleashed ‘Slow Low,’ Body Count,’ ‘Glad U Came,’ ‘When Love Sucks,’ and more over just the last few months (as we reported here), Derulo continues the string of drops by revamping ‘Low’ with a special guest: Mexican singer-songwriter Yng Lvcas.

Putting a Latin spin on the uniquely tempoed cut, the tune comes shortly after Derulo delivered ‘Running (All the Things She Said)’ which interpolates part of the 2002 hit ‘All The Things She Said’ (performed by Russian duo t.A.T.u.).

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‘I’m the Problem,’ the long-awaited final R&B album from chart-topping songstress K. Michelle, is set to stomp to digital shelves Friday (September 22).

Already brought to the masses courtesy of previously released songs ‘You,’ ‘Wherever the D May Land,’ ‘Blame Yourself,’ and the #1 R&B hit ‘Scooch,’ ‘Problem’ is delivering yet another bid to capture buyer attention with new song ‘Tennessee.’

“Well, I’m tired of these tears on my pillow / There’s gotta be a better life for me / So I’m drivin’ out to find my hero / I hope he’s back home in Tennessee,” she croons on the Country-inspired cut that tells the story of a woman leaving an abusive relationship to find a good Southern man.

Produced by Claude Kelly and Chuck Harmony, the arrival of ‘Tennessee’ came just days before its official music video dropped Wednesday (September 20). See it inside.


Boasting multiple hits with Chris Brown over the years (see: Stranger Things,’ ‘I Don’t Die,’ ‘Just Let Go,’ and others), rapper Joyner Lucas not only considers the R&B bad boy a prized collaborator but also a close friend.

For that reason he’s never been shy about defending the ‘Under the Influence‘ hitmaker against stark criticism – a stance he reiterated recently amid drama stemming from Tinashe taking to ‘The Zach Sang Show‘ to admit she was ‘embarrassed‘ by her duet with Brown (2015’s ‘Player‘).

The two singers clashed in the past about the LuLou-produced song, but reignited the aged beef after Breezy clapped back by suggesting T’s career was ‘nonexistent.’

When news of the virtual fisticuffs came across the desk of Lucas he quickly took to the net to address the “haters” on behalf of Brown.

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It’s been over 10 years since Nicki Minaj launched ‘Starships,’ the lead single from her sophomore album ‘Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded,’ to the top 5 of the Billboard Hot 100, but that hasn’t stopped music lovers from giving the RedOne-produced bop consistent spins on digital platforms.

So much so, the tune, already ranking as one of her most successful hits of all time, has now been pushed to being her second highest-certified number at the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).


Cop a gander at Victoria Monét!

The revered singer-songwriter glows on the cover of Galore Magazine. 

Arriving as the star shines on ‘The Jaguar Tour,’ the Amber Asaly-lensed shoot also comes on the heels of the release of Monét’s sophomore album ‘Jaguar II.’

Released last month, the LP is home to the breakout hit ‘On My Mama’ and fan favorites such as ‘Alright.’

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Taylor Swift is powering ahead with the latest re-release from her prized catalog, ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version).’

Set for release on October 27, the project will breathe life anew into the Pop titan’s blockbuster 2014 project – which she has re-recorded and expanded as part of an ongoing pushback against the controversial acquisition of her original catalog.

Now, much to the excitement of fans, Swift has lifted the lid on the tracklist and fresh artwork for the new incarnation of ‘1989.’

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Tory Lanez is heading to state prison after his bid for a release on bail was denied by a judge last week.

Before he set sail, the disgraced star posed for a new mug shot.

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As new names in Rap go, few have been drumming up buzz quite like GloRilla. 

Still riding the wave of buzz generated by hits such as ‘F.N.F (Let’s Go)’ and her nomination at this year’s GRAMMYs, the rising star – born Gloria Hallelujah Woods – has been named MTV‘s Push Artist of the Month for September.

In recognition of the honor, GloRilla and her bevy of dancers assembled to deliver a spirited rendition of ‘Tomorrow.’

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Iggy Azalea is taking the masses behind the scenes of her ‘Money Come’ music video.

The colorful clip serves as the femcee’s first full-length visual since the start of the year and lands on the heels of her launching a unique OnlyFans experience.

Directed by Christian Breslauer, the action-packed flick sees Iggy and her crew turn all the way up in an office setting as they make clear what activates them: moolah!

Check out the making of the ‘Money Come’ video below…


Lil Kim is no stranger to controversy and that’s exactly what’s trailing the rapper in the wake of the release of her new Ebony Magazine cover.

As reported, the femcee found herself a trending topic after the unveiling of her spread for the special 50th Anniversary of Hip-Hop issue.

Much of the discourse centered on the level of retouching and digital alterations made to the shoot. So much so that the photographer, Keith Majors, weighed in. He claimed the musician used her own editors for the cover image.

Now, Kim herself is sounding off and is sharing a different version of events.

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