Lata Mangeshkar, India’s most renowned and celebrated singer, passed away on Sunday February 6 in Mumbai. She was affectionately given such titles as the Nightingale of India, Voice of the Millennium, and Queen of Melody. She is also often referred to as India’s “Didi,” or sister.
Ariana Grande gifts fans with “excuse me, i love you,” her new concert documentary that follows Grande as she is on The Sweetener World Tour. The film is set to be released on Dec. 21, a year after the tour finished, which ran through most of 2019.
Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson, one of four members of the British pop girl group Little Mix, announced she left the group, after nine years, to focus on her mental health on Instagram Dec. 14. Little Mix’s official Instagram and Twitter accounts announced the news in posts made the same day.
Nicki Minaj and the barbz, her large and loyal fanbase, rejoiced and celebrated the 10 year anniversary of the release of Pink Friday, Minaj’s debut studio hip-hop and pop album on Nov. 20.
Tory Lanez addressed the shooting incident with Megan Thee Stallion, which occurred back in July, on the first track of his new album “DAYSTAR” called “Money Over Fallouts,” released on Sept. 25.
Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, better known by her rap name Cardi B, filed for a divorce from her husband Kiari Kendrall Cephus, known as the rapper Offset, at the Fulton County Magistrate in Georgia on Sept. 15.
Addison Rae, dancer and social media personality, received over 197.9 million views on TikTok for her #wapchallenge video, which has accumulated to a whopping check of approximately $3,237.
Alyssa Stephens, better known by her rap name Mulatto, is proving that 2020 is her break out year and she’s on the way towards being the next big female artist.