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    She stopped checking social media when she felt her brain had become "programmed" to check her phone. In an interview with Kevin Hart for his Hart to Heart series, the Icy Grl hitmaker revealed that she decided to cut back on her screen time. "I don't check social media like that no more. If…

      Speaking to Billboard for their cover story on Thursday, the Dancing With A Stranger singer opened up about what their upcoming album will entail. Though the pop star is “not going to say any names of them yet”, stressing the record is still a work-in-progress they did share their comments o…

        The Industry Baby rapper took to his Instagram Stories on Wednesday to praise the superstar's seventh studio album, which dropped last week. But while Lil Nas X and music critics have applauded the eclectic sound of the album, Beyoncé has come under fire for the record too. After Kelis claim…

          'E! News' reports that Monica Lewinksy has asked Beyoncé to remove her name from the song "Partition". The request came after Beyoncé removed the word "spaz" from a song on her latest album following backlash from disability advocates. Lewinsky called out Beyoncé's 2013 song in which the sin…

          Beyoncé has removed an interpolation of Kelis' 2003 hit Milkshake from her album track Energy after the singer complained about its use. Kelis blasted Beyoncé as well as Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo for not getting her permission to interpolate both songs on Energy. The "la la la" hook fr…

          South Korea’s defense minister has revealed that BTS may still be able to perform while carrying out their mandatory military service. In South Korea, all able-bodied men must enlist for two years of military service before the age of 28. Minister Lee Jeong-seop recently said that the boyban…

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          At the start of June, the Sorry singer announced he had been diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt syndrome and half of his face was paralysed and he subsequently scrapped the remainder of the North American leg of his tour, which was originally scheduled to conclude on 3 July. After taking almost two …

          Titled Road to Utopia, the rapper has signed on to perform seven 'first-of its-kind' gigs at the Zouk Nightclub at Resorts World Las Vegas starting on 17 September. In addition to featuring his hit songs, Scott may also “feature some previews of upcoming tracks”. Andrew Li, chief executive o…

          The One Dance hitmaker was set to appear alongside Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj for the Young Money Reunion show at the Budweiser Stage. However, Drake took to his Instagram Stories on Monday morning and revealed that he had been forced to postpone the gig as he had tested positive for Covid-19…

          Prince passed away in April 2016 at the age of 57 from a fentanyl overdose, leaving his surviving family without a will. His death sparked a process known as probate, in which the courts decide how to distribute a deceased person's estate. Prince's six half-siblings were made his legal heirs…

          Beyoncé is the second artist to remove an offensive term for disabled people from a new song after complaints. Both Beyoncé and rapper Lizzo decided to remove the word “spaz” from their lyrics. The word is considered a derogatory reference for a form of cerebral palsy. Lizzo acknowledged her mistake in June after her song “Grrrls” used the word and re-released a new version without it. Beyoncé uses the word in her song “Heated," from her new record “Renaissance,” out Friday. Disability advocate Hannah Diviney, who pointed out Lizzo’s lyrics, wrote that hearing the word again used by Beyoncé “felt like a slap in the face."

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