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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The ‘Real Housewives’ All-Stars have shared the first look at them together.
As reported, ladies from various franchises have been tapped to appear in the first-ever blended special.
Set to arrive on Peacock streaming service later this year, filming is underway and will see Kenya Moore, Teresa Giudice, Cynthia Bailey, Ramona Singer, Kyle Richards, Luann de Lesseps, and Melissa Gorga in action.
And while folk are no doubt anticipating the drama, the group have shared a clip of themselves together. One which skews more harmonious.
See what we mean below…
Billie Eilish electrifies in the June issue of British Vogue.
The performer serves blonde bombshell in the shoot, which arrives during the week she announced her hotly anticipated sophomore album ‘Happier Than Ever.’
Due July 30, the set is preceded by single ‘Your Power’ – which was unleashed this week.
Since blazing onto the scene, the 19-year-old has eschewed expected aesthetic conventions and marched to the beat of her own drum on all fronts.
Proving that she defines unpredictable, check out Billie blazing like never before after the jump…
Check out Brandy!
The Vocal Bible makes for an arresting sight in her newest photoshoot lensed by Blair Caldwell.
Rocking a stunning red ensemble, B-Rocka radiates regality.
The spread comes as the star gears up for the release of her new song ‘Start Now’ on May 21. As reported, the Oak Felder produced track serves as the anthem of Disney‘s Ultimate Princess Celebration – apt given Brandy’s now-iconic performance as Cinderella alongside Whitney Houston in the 1997 Rodgers and Hammerstein TV movie.
She’s also filming as one of the leads in ABC music drama pilot ‘Queens,’ alongside Eve and Naturi Naughton.
Needless to say, just times for the GRAMMY winner.
In the here and now, though, check out more from Brandy below…
Spice is back and this time she’s brought two familiar faces with her – Sean Paul and Shaggy!
The trio has unleashed the video for their new single ‘Go Down Deh’ and it’s a scorcher.
A whine-inducing anthem, the release is lifted from the Queen of Dancehall’s forthcoming album ‘TEN’ – which is executive produced by Shaggy too.
With its commanding bassline and infectious hook, ‘Go Down Deh’ looks poised to become Spice’s next big hit.
Check out its vibrant video below…
JoJo has marked the first anniversary of her fourth album ‘Good To Know’ in trademark form – by way of performance.
Backed by a full band and luminous lighting spectacle, the songbird took vocal flight as she hatched rousing live renditions of tracks such as ‘Comeback,’ ‘Man,’ and ‘Don’t Talk Me Down.’
The 30-year-old had been set to embark on a world tour in support of the LP, but like many artists had to put a pause on plans due to the global health crisis.
Still, fans needn’t fret because they can now press play on a virtual concert showcasing the magic the star is renowned for.
Watch JoJo soar in the Alfredo Flores production after the jump…
After dominating charts in 2020 with his viral hit ‘Without You,’ rapper The Kid Laroi has now joined forces with Miley Cyrus for a remix of the popular song.
Alongside the release of the new version, the pair shared the latest set of visuals for the song. In them, both are seen dancing on a truck, cuddling under colorful lights, and hanging with a giant mushroom.
‘Without You’ appeared on Laroi’s ‘Savage Love’ album and peaked at #30 in the United States and #2 in the United Kingdom.
The pair is set to perform the song on ‘Saturday Night Live.’
In the meantime, you can watch the video for ‘Without You’ below…
Chloe Bailey continues to blaze with her unique take on tracks – new and known.
Her latest offering was a rousing rendition of Cardi B‘s ‘Be Careful.’
Taking vocal flight with the femcee’s emotion-drenched hit, the rising star once again shows and proves why she’s a name so many are buzzed about.
The performance arrives on the heels of Bailey’s GRAMMY nominations alongside her sister as part of their group Chloe x Halle.
Check out her showing after the jump…
Today brings with it the 20th anniversary of Destiny’s Child‘s blockbuster third studio album ‘Survivor.’
And its title couldn’t be any more apt.
Arriving on May 1 2001, the LP celebrated triumph after the rocky run that preceded it.
The group’s seemingly unstoppable trajectory encountered quite the hurdle when two of its founding members abruptly departed and were replaced at the height of the ensemble’s sophomore cycle with ‘The Writings On The Wall.’
And the musical chairs didn’t stop there because one of said replacements packed her luggage never to return shortly after.
For many, it looked like the end could be nigh for the rising stars amid undeniable chaos.
As history would have it, the drama formed the foundation for what would be the cementing of one of the greatest groups of all time.
‘Survivor,’ which went on to sell 12 million copies worldwide, cannonballed the collective of Beyonce Knowles, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams to seismic heights. It also added a number of classics to their repertoire and the music history books more broadly.
In salute, we’ve tallied That Grape Juice’s Top 5 ‘Surivor’ Songs…