Walt Disney Studios just unveiled a first look at The Little Mermaid starring Grammy-nominated singer Halle Bailey. The one-minute clip shows Bailey, who stars as Ariel, under the sea singing “Part of Your World.” The Little Mermaid will hit theaters on May 26, 2023. “Can’t believe it’s happening,” Bailey wrote in an Instagram post. According
Performing on stage means different things to different artists, which Zyah Belle understands as well as anybody. The Vallejo, California, native recently wrapped a stint on Alex Isley’s Marigold Tour, taking the stage in four national cities. She will resume the opening act duties later this fall when she heads out on the road with India
It’s giving thick. Sevyn Streeter puts a bid in for song of the summer with “23,” co-produced by Needlz and Domgotbeats. The hot girl banger underscores Streeter’s bomb songwriting, having the ability to write songs with more depth while keeping a sense of playfulness in mind for others. She refers to Michael Jordan, who donned
Usher’s critically-acclaimed sophomore album, My Way, has been certified 7x multi-platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The album has sold more than seven million equivalent units since releasing on Sept. 16, 1997. It is now three million copies away from reaching diamond status (10 million). “You Make Me Wanna…,” the lead single produced by
Brandy and Daniel Caesar’s 2019 duet “Love Again” has been certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The lovesick anthem has sold more than 500,000 equivalent units since releasing on July 5, 2019, via Brand Nu, Inc./Entertainment One. The Jordan Evans and Matthew Burnett-produced track was launched as the lead single for
King Charles III honored his mother in his first speech to the nation as sovereign.
Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken said the United States would help European nations transition away from dependence on Russian energy in response to President Vladimir V. Putin’s efforts to “weaponize” natural gas supplies to the continent.
In his first address as sovereign, King Charles III expressed “profound sorrow” over the death of Queen Elizabeth II and pledged to serve Britain with “loyalty, respect and love.”
Though mourning and grief were visible in Britain’s capital on Friday, some young Britons were more muted in their reaction to an institution that many called increasingly irrelevant.
Mourners laid flowers outside the gates of Buckingham Palace in honor of Queen Elizabeth II.