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Tracy Chapman’s “Fast Car” re-enters Billboard top 100 chart after 27 years.

One week after performing her viral hit song, “Fast Car” with Luke Combs at the Grammy awards, Tracy Chapman’s track is now charting across different Billboard charts. After re-entering the Billboard digital sales chart at number one with about 35,000 units sold, the song is again charting in the US Mainstream chart at number 19, with Chapman herself topping the Billboard Country Songwriters chart. The song has also now made a re-entry into the top 100 songs in the US, charting at number 42, for the first time since 1988.


Beyoncé set to release “Renaissance” Act II later on March 29.

After acclaimed 2022 Renaissance: Act I, Pop Legend, Beyoncé is set to release the album’s Act II later on March 29th. In a Verizon commercial aired at Sunday’s Super Bowl, the superstar was seen saying “They ready, drop the new music”, teasing the upcoming release. On her website, “Texas Hold Them” and “16 Carriages” were listed as new singles which soon appeared across streaming platforms. Since these releases, both songs have entered the top ten of the US Apple Music Chart.


Burna Boy releases beautiful video for “On Form” with G-Star Raw.

Global superstar, Burna Boy continues his run as one of Africa’s most successful artists of all time and his new album, “I Told Them” stamps his place in the global tapestry. He has just released a new video for his hit single, “On Form” off this new album. This video is in collaboration with popular raw denim jeans brand, G-Star Raw. This in fact, further cements Burna Boy’s place as one of Africa’s most in-branded and commercial stars.


Drake’s “For All The Dogs” surpasses 2 billion streams on Spotify.

Drake’s 15th studio project, “For All The Dogs” which was released in October, 2023 has been alluded as one of his best rap projects of all times, enjoying critical acclaim globally. The album, which spent multiple weeks topping the billboard top 200 charts has just surpassed 2 billion streams on Spotify, becoming Drake’s fastest project to surpass this landmark. The album is still in fact receiving over 10 million streams daily, speaking to its huge acceptance.


Usher thrills fans with huge Super Bowl headlined performance.

RnB legend, Usher was the latest star to headline the Super Bowl Halftime show on Sunday. Commencing this huge performance in style, he performed his 2004 hit single, “Caught Up” with a host of showgirls and dancers filling the stage. Alicia Keys also joined him on stage for surprise performances of hit songs, “If I Ain’t Got You” and a duet performance of “My Boo” with Usher. Lil Jon and H.E.R also joined him on stage as the special guests, all thrilling fans to a wonderful all round performance.


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