Justin Bieber & Quavo Spotted Filming Music Video For Forthcoming Single

After teasing their upcoming track by sharing a snippet of their collaboration two weeks ago, Justin Bieber and Quavo were captured out and about filming the music video. Bieber and his team are preparing for the release of his forthcoming album rumored to be titled Changes with a March 2020 release date. The singer has already shared his hit song “Yummy,” and it looks like his joint single with the Migos rapper is next up. 


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According to TMZ, Bieber and Quavo were in Los Angeles at a daycare facility on the front steps dancing with what’s rumored to be members of the community. “Ain’t it funny how the money, and the cars, and the clothes were nothing until I met Jesus / And ain’t it funny how they you look up in the sky and see the stars & the moon and still don’t believe them,” Bieber rapped in the snippet of the Murda Beatz-produced track. Continue reading

Janet Jackson’s Seductive Tinder Profile Picture Killed The #DollyPartonChallenge

Over the past half-decade, social media challenges have enriched the internet with hilarious and follow-worthy content. From the #BottleCapChallenge to the #FaceAppChallenge to the #DMXChallenge, patrons everywhere have been able to show off their skills and flex their creative muscles. Now, a new challenge started by legendary country singer/songwriter, Dolly Parton, featuring four different profile pictures including LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Tinder has taken off and Janet Jackson has decided to participate.  Continue reading

Jamie Foxx Impersonates Jay Z, Kanye West, Diddy, & Revamps “Wanda” In Awards Speech

It’s been decades since we’ve seen Jamie Foxx take to the small screen on In Living Color. We watched his portrayal of his hilarious character “Wanda,” and in his speech at the Urban One Honors, he portrayed her once again to a laugh-filled audience. Jamie’s daughter, actress Corinne Foxx, presented him with the Entertainment Icon Award, and the first thing he did was sing her praises. “No matter what you do, it’s how your kids turn out,” he said before she trotted back over to her proud father to give him a hug. Then, he went into how he was just a country boy from Texas listening to and watching people from Los Angeles and New York thinking that “city people are so cool, maybe I’ll get a chance to rub elbows with some of those incredible people.” Continue reading

Black Teen Withheld From Graduation Ceremony Unless He Cuts His Locs

DeAndre Arnold, a senior preparing to graduate from Barbers Hill High School in Mont Belvieu, Texas, has been informed by the school’s administration that he will not be able to participate in his graduation ceremony unless he cuts off his Locs. According to KPCR Houston, despite DeAndre having Locs for years and wearing his hair in compliance with the school’s dress code, he has been placed under in-school suspension.

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His mother, Sandy Arnold, declared that the school’s policy in regards to hairstyles states that, “(hair must be) off the shoulders above the earlobes and out of the eyes.” However, the mother revealed that the high school changed their dress code policy following Christmas break, just three months before the institution’s graduation ceremony. Continue reading

The Glitch Mob Share Toned Down, House-Heavy Mix For SiriusXM With Unreleased Music

The Glitch Mob are celebrating the ten-year anniversary of their album Drink The Sea in 2020 with a fresh 36-date North American tour. They’re also dropping a bunch of new mixes online and on radio, including this little ditty for The Cookout on SiriusXM.

The nearly hour-long mix is full of more toned down, house-heavy vibes than you’ll get in a typical Glitch Mob set, though you can still hear TGM’s sound sort of bleeding through the others’ tracks.

Buried around halfway into the mix are actually two unreleased songs from the trio, “The Stance” and “Chemicals.” These have reportedly been played out on the Alchemy Tour with NGHTMRE + SLANDER and Seven Lions, but it’s hard to know if they had official track names before now. Continue reading