Iggy Azalea is keeping the flow of new music a’coming.
Because, despite dropping her sophomore album ‘In My Defense’ this year, the Aussie bred femcee has revealed she’s dropping a new EP – and sooner than you may think.
‘Harriet’ is proving a success at the box office and now looks poised for musical acclaim too.
Lead Cynthia Erivo takes vocal flight on anthem ‘Stand Up,’ the video for which premiered moments ago.
Word is that the track may well be in contention for the Best Original Song award at the 2020 Oscars.
Check out the visual below to find out why…
ABC hit ‘How To Get Away With Murder’ is back for a sixth and final season. And fireworks are promised!
The legal drama, which stars Emmy-winner Viola Davis, follows a group of ambitious law students and their brilliant criminal defence professor.
For six years, viewers have been engrossed with the seemingly endless array of twists and titillating turns. And for its penultimate run, it looks as though they’ll be tied up in equally exciting fashion.
See what we mean below, where a sneak peek preview of ‘How To Get Away With Murder’ season 6/episode 8 titled ‘I Want To Be Free’ awaits…
While Selena Gomez‘s ‘Look at Her Now’s #27 debut on the Billboard Hot 100 pales in comparison to the chart domination of its ballad-esque predecessor, ‘Lose You To Love Me’ (as we reported here), that certainly doesn’t mean the Ian Kirkpatrick-produced cut hasn’t garnered its fair share of chatter.
In a bid to ignite further conversation around the uptempo number, however, the Pop star invites fans into a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of ‘Look’s music video. Shot entirely on the iPhone 11 Pro, the Sophie Muller-directed clip not only sees the 27-year-old show off some footwork in front of and behind the lens but also sees her build anticipation for the song’s yet-titled parent album.
You’ve seen the finished product here, now see the making of the magic below:
Cop a gander of Solange!
The eclectic songstress covers the latest issue of Garage Magazine and, as ever, makes for a striking figure.
Solo posed alongside New York-based multimedia artist Jacolby Satterwhite, who designed a digital digital art installation that’s woven into the braid of her hair.
Within her feature spread, the 33-year-old opens up about her critically acclaimed current album ‘When I Get Home,’ its accompanying film, the notion of drawing on art to confront and conquer fear, black cowboy culture, and more.
Peep pics and quotes after the jump…
For eight seasons, Showtime kept television lit in more ways than one with its dark comedy, ‘Weeds.’
The Emmy-winning sitcom, led by Mary-Louise Parker, told the story of a suburban mom who turned to dealing drugs after the unexpected death of her husband, the family’s breadwinner.
Viewers disappointed by the series’ departure from its home network’s roster in 2012 just got a new reason to smile as reports now indicate it’s not only being relit with a new channel, but original cast members have been tapped to reprise their roles.
Fans of ‘Lover’ singer Taylor Swift weren’t exactly loving the sparse list of dates announced for her forthcoming tour (as we revealed here). Kicking off summer 2020, the worldwide trek only sees her play four dates in her native United States – two on each coast respectively.
Yet, while her supporters – affectionately called #Swifties – increase calls for more opportunities to see their fave crank out her slew of hits, the Grammy winner’s (somewhat) answered courtesy of a free concert in Atlanta.
Much like the successes of their live remakes of some of movie history’s most beloved musicals, ABC struck ratings gold with the recreation of throwback television shows via their ‘Live in Front of a Studio Audience’ specials.
As we reported here, the network drew in a whopping 10 million viewers earlier this year with an ode to the groundbreaking 70’s series ‘The Jeffersons’ (starring Jamie Foxx, Wanda Sykes, Kerry Washington, and more). After collecting an Emmy for that effort, ABC’s looking to do the same for their next adaptation as they turn to yet another iconic sitcom from the decade: ‘Good Times.’
All roads lead to August 14 for award-winning singer/actress Jennifer Hudson as the diva prepares to unveil what may be the acting performance of a lifetime by bringing the story of one of her idols – the late Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin – to life via a highly anticipated big screen biopic.
Leading a star-studded cast that features the likes of Queen of Hip Hop Soul Mary J. Blige, Forest Whitaker, Marlon Wayans, and many more (as we reported here), Franklin fans wary about Hudson’s ability to pull off the major role will have at least half of their fears eased when they cop a gander at the 38-year-old’s transformation for the project.
As we anxiously await our first views of her acting performance, one thing’s for sure: she’s got the look down! See video and photo highlights inside:
Readers of That Grape Juice know what avid music lovers we are – especially of hits past.
So, as our retrospective features ‘From the Vault’ and ‘TGJ Replay’ allow us the chance to re-spin yesterday’s gems and jams from one artist, our youngest feature, Chart Rewind, serves as a variation of our current Retro Rewind assay in that it accedes salutes to an entire era of music history.
2019 has seen Ciara‘s brand level up in more ways than one thanks to a slew of endorsement deals for big names in fitness, fashion, health, beauty, and more. However, one of the singer’s most celebrated boss moves was a foray into movie and television development – a venture crowned by attaching her name as executive director to Nickelodeon’s ‘America’s Most Musical Family’ (as we first reported here).
A reality music competition, the new series sees 30 families from across the country compete for a $250,000 cash grand prize and recording contract with Republic Records. In addition to production credits, Cici also lines the judging panel alongside David Dobrik and 80’s teen sensation Debbie Gibson.
Upon its premiere on November 1, the Nick Lachey-hosted showing kicked off to a promising start on the critical and ratings front. Details inside: