Babyface has signed a new record deal with Capitol Records. The 11x Grammy-winning singer, songwriter and producer joins a roster that includes Neil Diamond, Beck, Kate Perry, Masego, Queen Naija, Nija, and more. “I am extremely honored and humbled to be signing to a legacy label like Capitol. They have welcomed me with open arms
Ella Mai’s single “DFMU” has reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Adult R&B Airplay chart, bumping Silk Sonic’s “Love’s Train” out of the top spot. Mai’s latest feat, which secures her fourth No. 1, ends the R&B duo’s ten-week reign. “DFMU,” which Mai performed at the 2022 BET Awards, is her third-fastest climb to the summit of
A snippet of Doja Cat‘s song “Vegas” surfaced on Twitter in mid-April and sent a shockwave through the platform. Fans tweeted their excitement for the song, which Doja debuted live at her Coachella performance a couple of days later. Some fans believed that blues singer Willie Mae “Big Mama” Thornton’s 1952 hit “Hound Dog” was
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Ukraine’s top prosecutor arrived with a team of investigators to collect evidence about what she said constituted a “war crime” under Ukrainian law and a crime against humanity.
The Ukrainian Army has tried to modernize, but still falls short in coordination among units, so they often fight independently of one another — with sometimes deadly results.
The planned commitment, more than half of it from the U.S., reflects worldwide alarm at shortages in wheat and sunflower oil caused by Russia’s invasion.
The idea is to limit how much Russia can earn from the oil it sells while still keeping markets well supplied.