Sanya-Richards Ross has a bundle of joy on the way and she’s seized the moment to share the gender reveal of baby #2.

Viewers of the ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ season 15 saw the Olympic champion announce that she is pregnant after suffering a miscarriage earlier this year.

With a Christmas (Day) due date set, Sanya, hubby Aaron Ross, and their son Aaron Jermaine took a creative approach to unveil the gender of the incoming addition to their family.

Check out the Derek Blanks lensed reveal video below…


LaTocha Scott is continuing to press forward following the highly publicized fallout with her Xscape bandmates.

For, the R&B veteran has announced her new holiday album ‘This Christmas Wrapped With Love.’

Full story below…


NSYNC are back and in a ‘Better Place’ on their brand new single.

As reported, the Pop quintet has re-teamed for the song, which is housed on the soundtrack for ‘Trolls Band Together.’

Ahead of the September 29 release of ‘Better Together,’ members Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone, and Chris Kirkpatrick sat down for a fiery serving of Hot Ones.

During the appearance, the group chopped it up about their past and present, as well as their upcoming track.

Watch the fun-filled episode below…


Christina Aguilera soars seismically on new song ‘Learning To Fly.’

Lifted from the soundtrack for ‘Paw Patrol: The Mighty Movie’ (due in theaters on October 13), the piano ballad sees Xtina belt an anthem of hope, inspiration, and upliftment.

Ever active and sonically omnipresent, Aguilera has unlocked the track on the heels of nabbing nominations at the forthcoming 2023 Latin GRAMMYs on November 16.

Ahead of then, take a listen to ‘Learning To Fly’ below…


Readers of That Grape Juice know how passionate we are about music – whether that be past or present.

However, unlike our other segments – Retro Rewind, TGJ Replay, and From The Vault – The Pop Stop is the most in-depth look at Pop songs that may have flown under the radar over the last week that you should know, rather they be from music’s biggest stars or those on the rise.

This week, we want to highlight cuts from Troye Sivan, Slayyter, D.O., and Chappell Roan .

Join us inside…


Award-winning songstress K. Michelle is bidding R&B adieu with her final album of the genre, ‘I’m the Problem.’

Released Friday (September 22), the 19-track set – the follow-up to 2020’s ‘All Monsters Are Human‘ – roars onto digital shelves after the unveiling of a slew of music videos in it support including the #1 hit ‘Scooch,’ ‘Tennessee,’ ‘Wherever the D May Land,’ ‘You,’ and more.

Bolstered by a North American tour named after the LP, ‘Problem’ is designed to tide the singer’s beloved fans (affectionately called #Rebels) over until she puts the final touches on her highly teased, forthcoming Country effort (due in the coming months).

Ahead of its arrival, stream ‘Problem’ inside courtesy of Apple Music and Spotify.


Despite marking her most controversial and polarizing era yet, ‘Scarlet‘ – the latest from rapstress Doja Cat – has still managed to weave a web of buzz that’s made it one of the year’s most highly anticipated efforts.

Led by the top 40 hit ‘Attention,’ the 15-track project’s true claim to fame is the Hot 100-topping ‘Paint the Town Red‘ – which not only comes as a career first (her inaugural solo chart-topper) but uniquely owns the title for being the 2023’s first Hip-Hop holder of the tally’s top spot.

Undoubtedly hoping that response is mirrrored for its parent set, ‘Scarlet’ crawls to chart battle on the wings of additional supportive singles ‘Demons’ and an accompanying music video for the LP’s cut ‘Agora Hills.’

“Front seat chillin with the window down / I be ten toes down on the dash, getting fast food / Hope you can handle the heat / Put your name in the streets / Get used to my fans looking at you,” she raps in the Hannah Lux Davis-directed clip.

Stream ‘Scarlet’ inside courtesy of Apple Music and Spotify and peep the ‘Agora’ visual as well.


Having announced her 16th studio album, ‘Tension,’ all the way back in May, Australian Pop royal Kylie Minogue had her global fans – affectionately called #Lovers – feeling the LP’s namesake in anticipation of the project.

“Unlike my last two albums, there wasn’t a ‘theme’, it was about finding the heart or the fun or the fantasy of that moment and always trying to service the song,” Minogue said of the opus which marks her first studio effort since 2020’s ‘Disco.’

Blasting into public consciousness with the “song of the summer” ‘Padam Padam,’ the ElectoPop-laden set – later supported by a stunning music video for its title track – does not boast a high guest performer count across its 11 tracks (only Oliver Heldens on ’10 Out of 10′), but the true star power may be found across its production credits thanks to names like Duck Blackwell, Biff Stannard, Jackson Foote, and Lostboy.

Arriving alongside its deluxe edition (which boasts three additional tracks), stream it in full inside courtesy of Apple Music and Spotify.


Rising singer Lizzie Berchie continues to leave an indelible mark on the UK R&B scene with her newly released EP ‘Am I An Adult Yet?’

Arriving on the heels of critically acclaimed singles such as ‘Flaws & All’ and ‘We Found Love,’ the six-song set sees the songstress mount a journey of discovery through candid uncertainty and reflection. All of which she delivers with piercing lyrical potency and stirring vocal performances.

With ‘Am I An Adult Yet?,’ Berchie unlocks a fresh take on her experience of Black womanhood – skillfully and melodically laying bare many of its complex layers.

To celebrate the release of the project, Berchie will be taking center stage at London’s Omeara on October 22 for a headline show. [Click here for tickets]

Pending then, take a listen to ‘Am I An Adult Yet?’ below…


Lizzo is under fire again, but isn’t holding fire either.

On the heels of a sect of former dancers filing a lawsuit against the singer for allegedly facilitating an “unsafe working environment, another former employee has accused her

Yet, in a major clap back, Lizzo’s legal rep asserts that the individual has never even met the star.

Full story below….


The death of ‘Euphoria’ star Angus Cloud sent shockwaves across the newswire in July.

Aged just 25 years old, the rising actor was beloved by many and was deemed to have a bright future ahead of him.

During his life, Cloud’s struggles with substance abuse were well-documented and, following his death, his mother alluded to those struggles being the possible cause of his untimely death rather than suicide, as some reports had intimated.

Today (September 21), the result of Cloud’s toxicology report has confirmed those inclinations.

Full story below…


Ciara may be heavily pregnant, but the soon-to-be mom of four is firing from all cylinders with the promotional push for her new EP, ‘CiCi.’

Central to the seven-track set is Chris Brown collaboration, ‘How We Roll.’

Sitting down with Genius, the contemporary R&B veteran dissected the lyrics of the butter-smooth bop and performed it acapella too.

Check out CiCi in action below, where you can get to know ‘How We Roll’ that much more…