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FifthHarmony-081517.jpg Fifth Harmony have shared their new video for the track "Can You See." The track is pulled from the soundtrack of the new holiday film The Star. The video features the song's lyrics along with various montages from the film. "'Can You See' is a beautiful song that follows a story of The Star. It's a very inspirational song," said group member Ally.

drake-070916.jpg Drake has paid tribute to late Canadian rock legend Gord Downie of the Tragically Hip. Downie passed away earlier this week at the age of 53 after a year-long battle with glioblastoma, a terminal form of brain cancer.

alicia-060816.jpg Alicia Keys will be returning as a judge for the 14th season of The Voice. She will return alongside longtime judges Adam Levine and Blake Shelton, as well as first time judge Kelly Clarkson.

justin-timberlake-61016.jpg Justin Timberlake will take part in the Trolls holiday special, Trolls Holiday, next month, reprising his role from the original animated film. Timberlake teased a sneak peek preview of the new special on Twitter, telling his fans to join his character Branch and actress Anna Kendrick's Poppy for a "date night" on the Friday following Thanksgiving.

frank-ocean-062215.jpg Frank Ocean has won his libel case against his estranged dad Calvin Cooksey, who had sued the singer for defamation and $14.5 million. Cooksey filed the suit after Ocean posted a note to his Tumblr page last year about a time when he was six years old and heard his father "call our transgender waitress a faggot as he dragged me out a neighborhood diner."

Beyonce-061917.jpg Beyoncé turned down a role in the recent Beauty and the Beast reboot, according to the film's director Bill Condon. He manned the helm for Dream Girls, which starred the Lady Bey and he says that there were plans for her participation in his most recent project as well.

DianaRoss-081816.jpg Diana Ross is set to receive the American Music Award of Lifetime Achievement at the 2017 American Music Awards, Dick Clark Productions and ABC have announced.

BrunoMars-072817.jpg Bruno Mars has been tapped as the headlining act for next year's British Summer Time 2018. He will perform with Khalid as well as other special guests yet to be announced.

WyclefJean-032117.jpg Wyclef Jean has offered up his new video for the track "Turn Me Good." The track is pulled from his forthcoming new release Carnival III: The Fall and Rise of a Refugee. The album features "What Happened To Love" with Lunch Money Lewis & The Knocks , "Fela Kuti", "Borrowed Time", "Turn Me Good", "Slums" featuring Jazzy Amra, H1DaHook and Marx Solvila.

Solange-101717.jpg Solange leads the way with nominations at the Soul Train Awards with seven. Bruno Mars sits right behind her with six.

erykah-badu-101617.jpg Erykah Badu serves as the curator of Fela Kuti Box Set #4, the latest box set release from noted Afrobeat artist Fela Kuti. On the new release, Badu does her part in handpicking her favorite pieces of Kuti's music, a selection that spans from 1976 to 1992. Additionally, the box set will include a booklet containing seven "personal essays" written by Badu.

common-062716.jpg Common has connected with Andra Day for their new video "Stand Up for Something." The track was composed for the new film Marshall, which tells the story of Thurgood Marshall in his youth. Day opened up on the track and says it's an honor to be involved in the meaningful progress.

Drake-092017.jpg Drake has promised a free concert on the campus of the University of Kentucky sometime later this year. The rapper, a longtime Wildcats fan, was on hand for the school's annual Big Blue Madness event at Rupp Arena, where he asked Coach John Calipari to help make it happen.

SZA-101617.jpg SZA has signed on for a performance at the VEVO Halloween show event. The show is set to take place Saturday, October 28 at the Craneway Pavillion in Richmond, California. A UK show will be happening simultaneously at the Victoria Warehouse in Manchester. SZA just wrapped up the most recent leg of her ongoing CTRL tour and will head back out on the road again later this year.

Rihanna-061616.jpg Rihanna will have a street in her native Barbados named after her. The Barbados Ministry of Tourism announced that Westbury New Road in the neighborhood she grew up will be named in honor of the global star, according to Nation News.

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