Following the warm reception of their comeback singles ‘Denial’ and ‘Community D**k,’ brotherly duo Rae Sremmurd serve up yet another taste of what’s set to come on their new album, ‘Sremm4Life,via the recently-released banger ‘Torpedo.’

“Taking off for that cash like torpedo / And your pockets too tight just like a speedo / I already got a lot, what I need more for? / She gotta suck my whole soul,” they rap on the sexually-charged  cut.

Produced by  Sonny Digital, the new bop dropped right before being given its inaugural live treatment on Miley Cyrus’ NYE special.

Hop inside to hear the recorded version and see its accompanying music video (directed by Mike Will MADE It).


The modern music market has evolved from localized pockets to a gargantuan global village.

Indeed, the power of modern technology has bulldozed barriers and created a world of exploration and opportunity for millions – both in the established music mega-spheres and in those developing their own.

The Middle East especially has emerged as one of the most activated arenas for the latter and it’s a trajectory that looks set to continue thanks to XP Music Futures and MDLBeast SOUNDSTORM.

Housed in the heart of Riyadh, the multi-day extravaganzas champion both the back and front ends of the industry.

Indeed, XP Music Futures magnetizes many of the key figures who are forces behind some of the world’s biggest record labels, digital platforms, and artists. Attendees are also given the opportunity to “meet the makers,” facilitating the rare one-on-one acquisition of knowledge and fostering unprecedented networking potential.

Following on its heels, MDLBeast SOUNDSTORM unites an eclectic mix of homegrown heroes with music megastars for a once-in-a-lifetime euphoric experience. Boasting state-of-the-art stages that must be seen to be believed, the festival plays host to electrifying performances that reverberate well beyond the final song. This year’s line-up was particularly popping with seismic sets from the likes of Bruno Mars, DJ Khaled, Post Malone, and David Guetta.

That Grape Juice was on hand for a rousing week in Riyadh. Check out our Top 5 moments from our unforgettable excursion…


As Rae Sremmurd fans impatiently await the landing of the Rap group’s fourth studio album ‘Sremm4Life,’ the follow-up to 2018’s ‘Sr3mm,’ the brothers drop yet another single from the forthcoming – ‘Community D*ck.’

Enlisting rising rapstress Flo Milli to assist, the track’s arrival was accompanied by a comedic, Bryan Barber-directed video that sees its main stars provide some community service by way of anatomical delivery.

“Bust it open for me, ma’am / Do that trick on a d*ck, yeah, you know what to do / Go ‘head, get that tip, girl (Tip, girl) / D*ckin’ these hoes back to back / I’ma text you off my iPad (Yeah),”  Swae raps on the new bop.

See all the action inside.


Nearly 4 years have separated Rae Sremmurd fans from a new studio album from the brotherly duo, but the wait for the successor to 2018’s Gold-certified ‘Sr3mm’ is coming to a close.

The new effort, titled ‘Sremm4Life,’ is being introduced via the new single ‘Denial.’  Produced by Kofo, the bass-buoyed bop tells the tale of the ups and downs of love.

“Two new Pateks, but I never get the time we spent / I must confess, I ain’t never loved a girl like this (Yeah) / This worth a trial (Trial), you in denial (Denial) / This was a vibe (Vibe), you in dеnial (Denial),” Swae Lee sings on the chorus.

Taking to the bright lights and beaches of Rio De Janeiro for the tune’s accompanying music video (directed by Bryan Barber), look inside to see ‘Denial.’


After the Billboard Hot 100 top 10 success of 2022’s ‘I Like You’ with Doja Cat, GRAMMY-nominated Rap star Post Malone is undoubtedly hoping to repeat the feat with ‘Chemical‘ – his first single release of 2023.

Believed to be the inaugural taste of music set to accompany his highly anticipated fifth era, the follow-up to 2022’s chart-topping ‘Twelve Carat Toothache,’ ‘Chemical’ sees Posty get all in his feelings as he works his way through the dissolution of a romantic relationship.

“You break me, then I break my rules/ Last time was the last time too/ It’s f-cked up, I know, but I’m still/ Outside of the party, smokin’ in the car with you,” he spits on the Louis Bell-produced track.

Ahead of the April 22 kick off of the ‘Twelve Carat Tour’s European leg with special guest Rae Sremmurd, hop inside to hear ‘Chemical’ and peep its official music video.


Ring in 2023 with some of your favorite R&B and Hip-Hop stars thanks to the many New Year’s Eve TV specials set to air December 31.

Look inside for a list of some of the big names set to invade small screens as America counts down to the ball drop.


Could there be new music from Miley Cyrus on the way? According to some fans, this is true.

Full story below…


Madonna has teamed with Fireboy DML to light a fresh match under one of her classic hits – ‘Frozen.’

The Material Girl and the Afro-Pop phenom (along with Sickick) wasted no time unwrapping the video for their newly released reimagining of the song, which originally appeared on the Queen of Pop’s 1998 album ‘Ray of Light.’

‘Frozen’s reincarnation comes as Madge gears up for the arrival of new music with Swae Lee of Rae Sremmurd too.

Check out the Ricardo Gomes directed visual below…



In 2017, Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma are set to go head to head with new releases they hope will solidify/elevate their respective statues in Hip-Hop.

Fortunately for Minaj, the general public has given her a healthy head start by putting their money where their mouths are by purchasing the material she’s dropped to support her new set.

An awesome feat below..