Earlier this month, Ariana Grande was announced as one of the headliners for Coachella 2019, taking place in April. Weeks after the news and teasing fans on social media, the pop singer returns with her new single “7 Rings.” The female empowerment anthem was inspired by a shopping trip with friends following Grande’s breakup with then-fiancé Pete Davidson. During the retail therapy outing at Tiffany & Co., Grande bought her crew of girlfriends seven engagement rings.

The record comes with an accompanying music video, co-starring some of Grande’s closest friends like Victoria Monet, Njomza and others. A flip of the Rodgers & Hammerstein classic “My Favorite Things,” “7 Rings” is off Grande’s upcoming new album and follows the singles “thank u, next” and “Imagine.”

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Future starts the new year off right, with the release of his new album The WIZRD. The follow-up to 2017’s FUTURE and HNDRXX includes the singles “Crushed Up” and “Jumpin’ on a Jet.” A total of 20 tracks, The WIZRD features guest appearances by Travis Scott (“First Off”), Young Thug and Gunna (“Unicorn Purp”).

The album comes one week after Future’s accompanying documentary of the same name premiered exclusively on Apple Music, with commentary from André 3000, Organized Noize’s Rico Wade (Future’s cousin), DJ Khaled, Metro Boomin and Yo Gotti. Out now on iTunes, stream The WIZRD below.

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DOM Kennedy heads down to Atlanta for some southern hospitality in the video, “Late Night aka Incomparable.” Off last year’s Volume Two project, DOM and OpM’s Jay 305 cruise through the ATL in a Maserati, looking for some good food and women. The pair eventually kick back at a local waffle house, before taking things back to the hotel with some girls in tow.

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James Blake is one of hip-hop’s go-to collaborators. From Kanye and Hov to Kendrick and Chance, the British singer/producer seems to only work with the best and biggest names in rap. The guest list for his upcoming album, Assume Form, is a testament to that as it features appearances from Travis Scott, Metro Boomin and the elusive André 3000, whose guest verse may be the one we heard earlier this month.

With his new album hitting stores and streaming services at midnight tonight, James Blake shares his “Mile High” collaboration with La Flame and Metro — and it doesn’t disappoint. Assume Form serves as the follow-up to Blake’s 2016 album The Colour In Anything.

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Logic ended an already busy 2018 off with the release of his Logic – YSIV project. With the new year underway, the Def Jam MC returns with a new single title “Keanu Reeves.” Produced by long-time collaborator 6ix, the record is in pocket with Logic’s style fan have become accustomed to. A mid-tempo track with lyrical gems mixed in, stream Bobby Tarantino’s latest offering below.

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LSD is the group formed by Sia, Diplo, and Labrinth. Last year, the collective released the song “Genius,” serving as their first single. Ahead of their debut album later this year, LSD taps Lil’ Wayne for the official remix to “Genius.” With an opening guest verse from Weezy F. Baby, stream the track below.

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Time is ticking in the music video Ella Mai’s “Shot Clock.” In support of the R&B singer’s self-titled debut album, the Colin Tilley-directed visual finds Mai encountering different men in various social and private scenes. From the basketball courts to a relaxing bubble bath, the U.K. songstress has no time for the run around in the stylish clip. The video comes ahead of the 2019 GRAMMY Awards, where Ella Mai is nominated for ‘Song of the Year’ and ‘Best R&B Song’ for “Boo’d Up.”

Watch “Shot Clock” below.

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The second Lil’ Wayne track of the day comes courtesy of DJ Kay Slay. Ahead of his upcoming Hip Hop Frontline LP, the Drama King enlists Weezy F. Baby and Busta Rhymes on the song “They Want My Blood.” “Having Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes on this record was like the clash of the titans for me,” says the veteran DJ. “Two elite lyricists on the mic displaying their talents, neither worried about making a hit record; but instead make a dope record that can be talked about for years. Legendary!

Due Jan. 25, Hip Hop Frontline features appearances by Lil’ Wayne, Busta Rhymes, Bun B, Kevin Gates, Dave East, Styles P, Jim Jones, MoneyBagg Yo and more.

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The Recording Academy has announced the first round of performers ahead of the 61st annual Grammy Awards. Leading the way is Cardi B, who is nominated five times, including ‘Album of the Year’ and ‘Song of the Year’ next month. Post Malone and Janelle Monáe, who are also nominated for ‘Album of the Year’ at the 2019 GRAMMMYs, are also set to take the stage. Camila Cabello, Dan + Shay, Shawn Mendes, and Kacey Musgraves make up the first group of performers revealed on Thursday morning (Jan. 17).

Hosted by Alicia Keys, the 61st annual GRAMMY Awards will broadcast live from Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019, on CBS at 8 p.m. ET.

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A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie made headlines this week as his Hoodie Szn sophomore album climbed to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart this week. After sitting at No. 2 behind 21 Savage, the project became A Boogie’s first chart-topping album, moving 58,000 equivalent album units last week.

Following that news, the Highbridge star appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Wednesday (Jan. 16). Making his late-night television debut, A Boogie performed the single “Look Back At It.” Watch below.

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