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Daniel Sannwald SZA‘s SOS is holding down its spot as the #1 song on the Billboard 200. The album’s officially been atop the chart for seven weeks, the publication reports. In the week ending January 26, per Luminate, SOS earned 111,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. With another week on top, it continues to make its way into Billboard‘s record-breaking statistics. To start, SOS is the first […]

Rich Polk/NBC BET’s introducing a new documentary that will celebrate “Black cultural icons, pioneers, and activists and their impact, influence and legacies in fashion, music, film, and dance.” Black + Iconic brings light to Black cultural innovators and the achievements of Black people across the aforementioned fields. The documentary will air in four parts. The inaugural film, Black + Iconic: […]

Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images Barrett Strong, known for writing some of Motown’s biggest hits, passed away in Detroit Sunday at the age of 81, the Detroit Free Press reports.  Strong is best known for co-writing and singing the Motown classic “Money (That’s What I Want),” which would be the label’s first hit. It went on to sell a […]

Motown Records/Quality Control Music (NOTE LANGUAGE) Lil Yachty‘s new album, Let’s Start Here, is different than his previous albums. Instead of dabbling into his usual rap flow, he switched it up and delivered a psychedelic rock project, a decision he made to break out of his categorization as a SoundCloud rapper. Speaking at a private listening party, […]

Rosalind O’Connor/NBC Creed III‘s Michael B. Jordan made his Saturday Night Live hosting debut over the weekend, along with musical guest Lil Baby. Jordan used part of his monologue to joke about his much publicized split from model Lori Harvey after more than a year of dating. After plugging Creed III, which also marked his feature film directing debut, the 35-year-old actor added, “But […]

Aaron J. Thornton/WireImage (NOTE LANGUAGE) Lil’ Kim took the Apollo stage Thursday for her first headlining performance there, and as promised, she brought along some friends. The Jump Off with Lil’ Kim and Friends kicked off with The Queen Bee’s performance of her 2003 hit “The Jump Off.” She rapped and danced to songs including “Big Momma Thang,” “Queen […]

Randy Shropshire/Getty Images Armani White performed his song “No Mistakes” for Vevo’s DSCVR Artists to Watch 2023. In the clip, he brings life to the lyrics as he makes use of the yellow-lit room and delivers an animated performance of the song.  The performance marks his second one for Vevo, which asked him to return after his […]

exdez/Getty Nas, a veteran in the hip-hop game, is encouraging fans to see a new exhibit honoring his genre’s 50th anniversary. “Check out Hip Hop: Conscious Unconscious, a photo exhibit documenting the 50-year evolution of one of the most influential cultural movements of our generation, Hip Hop,” the rapper wrote on Instagram. “Shoutout to the photographers […]

Prince Williams/Wireimage Drake might have spent a pretty penny during his recent stay in New York City. According to Page Six, the rapper stayed at the Mark Hotel, one of the most expensive hotels in North America. His 10,000-square-foot room was complete with five bedrooms, six bathrooms, four fireplaces, a steam room, a balcony with a great view […]

Rae Sremmurd returns with another track and Lil Yachty delivers a non-rap album in this edition of New Music Friday. Check out a full list of the latest music to come out in the culture. Daniel Caesar, “Do You Like Me” — Produced by Caesar, Raphael Saadiq and Dylan Wiggins, the track sees Daniel singing about his insecurities in a romantic relationship. […]