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Mary J. Blige, Steve Lacy to Perform at 2023 Grammy Awards

The Recording Academy has unveiled the first round of performers for the 65th Grammy Awards. Mary J. Blige, Steve Lacy and Lizzo will grace the stage live from Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, California. Additional performers include Bad Bunny, Brandi Carlile, Luke Combs, Kim Petras and Sam Smith. Blige last performed at the Grammys in
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Best Karaoke Microphones

When it comes to karaoke, having the right microphone can make all the difference. A good karaoke microphone should have excellent sound quality, be easy to use and be durable. With so many karaoke microphones on the market, it can be overwhelming to choose the right one. That’s why we’ve put together a list of
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R&B Duo The Amours Release New Song ‘Don’t Deserve’

R&B duo The Amours, consisting of sisters Jakiya Ayanna and Shaina Aisha, have released their new single “Don’t Deserve” via Hardcover. The song, produced by Camper, sees the sisters asserting their self-worth as they sing about leaving an unfaithful lover. “Don’t Deserve” marks a new chapter for The Amours, serving as the lead single from
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Ella Mai Announces Deluxe Edition of ‘Heart on My Sleeve’

On the heels of her tour announcement, Ella Mai has confirmed a deluxe edition of her sophomore album, Heart On My Sleeve, is coming soon.  “The deluxe tracks are some of my favourite songs currently so I’m happy to be able to share them with the world,” Mai said. “I get to bring new life
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Idman Can’t Shake the ‘Hate’ on New Song

Idman is back with new music. The R&B newcomer has shared “Hate,” a new song from her upcoming debut project, Risk. The beginning of the track builds from a voicemail left by an ex and phone dialing sound effects into Idman recounting a split that’s left her in shambles. Before “Hate” ends, Idman realizes that