Mariah Carey, the queen of Christmas, is gearing up for her holiday takeover. The iconic singer and songwriter has announced special limited engagement shows, dubbed “Merry Christmas To All!” The two-date run is set for Dec. 11 at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Canada, and Dec. 13 at Madison Square Garden in New York, New York.
R&B newcomer Hennessy has released her new track “Can’t Let You Go,” produced by Moedoisnice and Cam Bells. It’s the latest offering from the Providence, Rhode Island, native’s upcoming self-titled debut EP. “’Can’t Let You Go’ is a song that embodies forgiveness and taking a leap of faith by giving someone who is deserving of
Emerging singer/actress Coco Jones has shared a new song, “ICU.” It’s the second single from her debut EP, What I Didn’t Tell You, which releases Nov. 4 via High Standardz/Def Jam Recordings. On “ICU,” Jones tells herself she doesn’t need a specific mate but finds it unbearable to live without them. The piano-laden track unquestionably
Brownstone is back. The legendary R&B group — with founding member Nicci Gilbert, Teisha Brown and new member Arin Jackson — has released their new song, “All I Want.” It’s their first proper single in over 25 years. The mid-tempo track, produced by Marcus Devine, is about reassuring an insecure partner that they are your
The stunt in a German museum was the latest attack on widely admired art, carried out by protesters demanding action on climate change.
The former prime minister cited concerns about a divided party.
A U.N.-brokered deal ended a five-month Russian blockade of Ukrainian ports and freed millions of tons of agricultural products for a 120-day period.
Plus Britain prepares for a new leader and Russia forcibly resettles Ukraine’s children.
The crash in Irkutsk was the second of a Russian warplane in a residential area within a week.
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