K. Michelle’s latest single “Scooch” moves to No. 1 this week on Billboard’s Adult R&B Airplay chart, dethroning Silk Sonic’s remake of Con Funk Shun’s “Love’s Train” from the top spot. It’s the Memphis, Tennessee, native’s first number one on this chart. Her previous best was “The Rain.” The New Edition-inspired tune scored K. Michelle’s first
Ciara’s new single “Jump” makes a strong debut on Billboard. This week, the Coast Contra-assisted bop enters at No. 4 on Billboard’s R&B Digital Song Sales chart. Elsewhere, the high-octane summer anthem debuts at No. 12 on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales chart. Co-written by Ciara and Theron Thomas, “Jump” was released on July 8
The numbers are in. Brent Faiyaz’s sophomore album, Wasteland, debuts at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 with 88,000 equivalent units sold. It’s the Columbia, Maryland, native’s biggest opening week of his career. Wasteland trails behind Bad Bunny’s Un Verano Sin Ti, which sold approximately 17,000 more to retain the top spot this week. Having
GRAMMY award-winning collective Maverick City Music and 16-time GRAMMY winner Kirk Franklin officially announced Kingdom Book One Deluxe Album, out July 22 via Tribl Records and Fo Yo Soul Entertainment / RCA Inspiration. The deluxe LP features nine new songs that were recorded on tour, inspired by its predecessor that was recorded in a Florida
Hosted by Stellar Award-winning artists Jekalyn Carr and Kierra Sheard, this year’s celebration will premiere Sunday, August 7 at 8 PM ET/PT on BET, BET Her, and BET International and will be syndicated in various local markets across the country between August 13 and September 11, 2022. The post 37th Stellar Gospel Music Awards Winners
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