Thanks to a number of female contributors (i.e. Doja Cat on ‘In Your Eyes,’ Rosalia on ‘Blinding Lights,’ etc.), The Weeknd has given hits from his blockbuster fourth studio album, ‘After Hours,’ extended lifelines on the Hot 100 with remixes.

Giving his latest single, ‘Save Your Tears,’ the same treatment courtesy of a revamp featuring Ariana Grande, the GRAMMY winners’ reunion – nearly 7 years after their first duet ‘Love Me Harder’ –  has proven to be just what the doctor ordered as it’s secured their latest chart-topper.

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The Weeknd has revealed that he will continue not submitting his music to the GRAMMY Awards, despite the major changes implemented by the Recording Academy.

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The Carters stepped out as a collective and melted hearts in the process.

Beyonce and JAY-Z make for a rare sighting, but even rarer are snaps of the super-private family together.

That changed today, though.

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‘Married To Medicine’ is back for its 8th season and according to the thermometer, the drama is scorching!

The popular Bravo series chronicles the lives of a group of ladies – some of whom work in the medical field and others who are married to those who do.

This installment is already making for magnetic viewing.

Dr. Jackie, Dr. Simone, Dr. Heavenly, and Dr. Contessa Metcalfe are all back in the mix. They are joined by newcomer Anila Sajja.

Alums Lisa Nicole Cloud, Quad Webb, and Kari Wells all appear as Friends Of.

Want to know what the ladies are up to?

 Check out the sneak peek preview of ‘Married To Medicine’ episode 10 / season 8 below…


Will Smith is holding his own feet to the fire when it comes to his fitness.

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Season 13 the ‘Real Housewives Of Atlanta’ has reached a climax, but before the penultimate curtain call viewers are being treated to an explosive 3-part reunion.

Andy Cohen presides over events as the ladies aim to bring closure to a number of the dramas that transpired over the course of the season.

Taped in New York, the action-packed special seed Porsha Williams, Kenya Moore, Kandi Burruss, Cynthia Bailey, and newcomers Drew Sidora and Latoya Ali hash out the highs, lows, and shade grenades of the Bravo reality hit’s latest installment.

They are joined by staple guests Marlo Hampton and Shamea Morton.

With the action underway, check out a sneak peek at part 3 before it airs…


‘Pose’ has returned for its third and final season,

The Emmy-winning FX series, which spotlights the LGBTQ ballroom scene of the 80s and 90s, has been met with rapturous applause since its debut. And its swansong is proving a must-see.

With the captivating series having already covered such resonating ground, its creators Ryan Murphy and Steven Canals promise a deeper delving into the various challenges faced by Blanca, Electra, PrayTell, and Angel during ‘Pose’s penultimate run.

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Justin Bieber has embraced new musical styles since setting sail on his career and it’s seen his aesthetic evolve too.

His latest shape-shift has come in the form of dreadlocks.

First unveiled earlier this week, JB has been showcasing his hair in its new formation every chance he gets.

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This week brings with it the 20th anniversary of Destiny’s Child‘s ‘Survivor.’

And while two decades may have passed, the project has lost none of its sheen, shine, or seismic impact.

Today’s From The Vault salutes one of its most resonating offerings – ‘Bootlycious.’

Issued as its parent-LP’s second single, the bouncy bop was penned by Beyonce, Rob Fusari, and Falonte Moore.

An ode to the embrace of one’s curves, the song not only embodied the changing tide of the times (see: female agency in the mediasphere), it would go on to have a cultural impact that directly helped shape the times to come. No longer were curves presented for being for the male gaze. Instead, the song served as a vehicle of self-appreciation, ownership, and celebration of one’s own curvature. Crucially, it potently pushed back at the patriarchy-shaped ideals that had been imposed on women for decades prior.

Its vivacious video stood as a visual exclamation mark of this too.

Directed by Matthew Rolston, the colorful clip saw DC3 dazzle in setups that ranged from playful to fierce. Throughout, their message of empowerment was potently palpable,

The masses agreed. Because they catapulted the track to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and lifted it to top 10 peaks across the globe. This included a #2 placement in the UK and #4 in both Australia and Canada.

Twenty years on, ‘Bootylicious’ is more than a song. It’s a movement, a mindset, and a mantra. It’s also an official word after being added to the Oxford English Dictionary.

Much like the women who sing it, ‘Bootlycious’ has carved out a legendary place in history that cannot be erased.

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NBC has reaffirmed its commitment to two of its most notable new shows, ‘Young Rock’ and ‘Kenan.’

For, both shows have been renewed for second seasons by the network.

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Moneybagg Yo‘s new album may be titled ‘A Gangsta’s Pain,’ but today he’s tasting the joys of chart success.

For, the LP has officially launched in pole position on the Billboard 200.

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Tory Lanez may be embroiled in drama aplenty, but he’s still pressing on with his music. And it looks like he’s doing so in partnership with fellow R&B performer Chris Brown.

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