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Rihanna has teased her upcoming music video for "Work," the Drake-featuring first single from ANTI.

In the clips from her Snapchat, which were reposted by Empire Rihanna Navy's Twitter page, Rihanna dances in a dark nightclub amid a large group of people. The visual was filmed at The Real Jerk restaurant in Toronto, which you may recall is where Drizzy was spotted leaving with Rihanna in the same car.

The "Work" video was directed by Director X, who helmed Drake's "Hotline Bling" last year and Rihanna's first-ever song, 2005's "Pon de Replay."

It's likely the video will arrive before Rihanna performs on the Grammy Awards February 15.

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Drake won't take stage for Music's Biggest Night after all.  Following a Grammy commercial during the Super Bowl that mentioned Drizzy, the rapper  confirms that he's not performing at this year’s Grammys.

“I am not performing at the Grammy Awards...but hey it's the thought that counts,” tweeted the rapper, who many assumed would appear alongside Rihanna for their duet "Work."

The ad also mentions other artists who have not been announced as performers including Ice CubeNicki MinajLionel Richie, Ariana Grande and more. However, all of the aforementioned acts are said to be making make appearances, just not necessarily give performances.

Meanwhile, Adele, Kendrick LamarThe Weeknd, Robin Thicke, Andra Day, Gary Clark Jr., Pitbull, Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga, are confirmed to perform at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on February 15.

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Everyone is still talking about Beyonce's Super Bowl 50 halftime performance on Sunday, alongside Coldplay and Bruno Mars. Shortly after delivering the show, Queen Bey told Entertainment Tonight how proud she feels about her anthem, “Formation,” which she performed live for the first time at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

“It makes me proud. It’s what I wanted. I wanted people to feel proud, have love for themselves,” Bey says the Mike WiLL Made-It production.

An excited Beyonce also revealed how she felt about the performance. “It felt great,” she said backstage, adding, “The best part was seeing Coldplay, for me ’cause I was able to watch from the back and really enjoy it.”

Meanwhile, her stylist, Marni Senofonte, spilled that the singer's wardrobe was and an homage to Michael Jackson. and her dancers' wardrobe a the nod to black history, specifically the women of the Black Panther Party.

"When Michael Jackson performed at Super Bowl on January 31, 1993, he wore a jacket and harness. Beyoncé wanted to pay homage to Michael. She has always said he is her biggest music influence and Michael’s halftime performance marked a change in global interest for the halftime show." she said in an interview with Essence, adding that Beyonce also wanted to "honor the beauty of strong black women and celebrate the unity that fuels their power," with her dancers' look.

In related news, Queen Bey will continue her bring “Formation” to a stadium near you on her upcoming world tour, which kicks off April 27 in Miami.

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It's hard to believe that Kanye West still hasn't decided on an official title for his forthcoming album, but it seems he's narrowing it down.

After declaring last week that his album was titled Waves -- after earlier announcing it'd be titled Swish -- Kanye now hints there might be a completely different name for the project, which he intends to keep under wraps.  "There may be a new secret album title," he tweeted Sunday night.

Kanye has been struggling with a title for a while now.  Even his wife, Kim Kardashian, recently posted a Twitter poll to see if the set should be named Swish, Waves or its initial title, So Help Me God.

West has until Wednesday, February 10 to decide on a title for his seventh studio set, which is due out February 11.

Earlier this month, Kanye described the project as "one of the greatest albums" that was being made "out of respect" for the greats. "So many musicians touch my life and made me who I am," he wrote. "I want to make something great to honor my idols…"

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Roy Nachum/Roc NationRihanna's ANTI has returned to the top of the Billboard 200 chart.

According to Billboard, her eighth studio effort sold 166,000 units and climbed from No. 27 to No. 1, marking the biggest single-week jump to the top position in eight years. ANTI is the singer’s second effort to top the albums chart, following 2012's Unapologetic, which sold 238,000 copies in its opening week.

"#ANTI is the number 1 album on the Billboard #Hot200 chart!!! That damn Navy!!! Thank you for your love," Rihanna tweeted.

Elsewhere, Kevin GatesIslah follows close behind Rihanna in second, selling 112,000 equivalent units, 93,000 in pure album sales.

Rihanna and Kevin's respective debuts mark the first time the Billboard 200’s top two titles are from the R&B/hip-hop genre since October 2015, when Janet Jackson’s Unbreakable debuted at #1 and The Weeknd’s Beauty Behind the Madness rose to #2.

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Atlantic RecordsK. Michelle has unveiled a playful cover for her upcoming, third album, #MoreIssuesthanVogue

In the official artwork, the singer blows a huge, pink bubble with a man trapped inside seeking to get out. There's also a backdrop of insults that Michelle constantly deals with, including fake booty, bipolar, liar and even thot, which stands for "that hoe over there."

The 12-track project will include a duet with Jason Derulo called "Make the Bed" and the lead single "Not a Little Bit," which was produced by Elvis “Blac Elvis” Williams.

While she has yet to announce the release date, the set will be available for pre-order on February 12. The collection serves as the follow-up to her sophomore album, Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart? 

Here's the official track list:

"Mindful"
"Got Em Like"
"Ain't You"
"Not a Little Bit"
"If It Ain't Love"
"Make the Bed" feat. Jason Derulo
"Nightstand"
"These Men"
"All I Got "
"Time"
"Rich"
"Sleep Like a Baby"

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Jerritt Clark/Getty ImagesJill Scott won multiple awards Friday night at the 47th NAACP Image Awards, held Friday night in Pasadena, California.

She was named outstanding female artist during the non-televised portion of the event. She also won outstanding song -- traditional for "Back Together," and outstanding album for Woman.

Pharrell Williams earned the prize for outstanding male artist.

Other winners on the night included NBC's The Wiz Live! and Queen Latifah, for Bessie.

John Legend was presented the NAACP President’s Award.

Here are the winners in the music categories:

Outstanding New Artist
Jussie Smollett (Columbia Records)

Outstanding Male Artist
Pharrell Williams (Columbia Records)

Outstanding Female Artist
Jill Scott (Atlantic Records)

Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration
"Conqueror" – Empire Cast feat. Estelle & Jussie Smollett (Columbia Records)

Outstanding Jazz Album
Miles Davis at Newport 1955-1975: The Bootleg Series Vol.4 – Miles Davis (Columbia Legacy Recordings)

Outstanding Gospel Album (Traditional or Contemporary)
It’s Personal – Tina Campbell (Gee Tree Creative)

Outstanding Music Video
"Shame" – Tyrese Gibson (Voltron Recordz)

Outstanding Song - Traditional
"Back Together" – Jill Scott (Atlantic Records)

Outstanding Album
Woman – Jill Scott (Atlantic Records)

Outstanding Song - Contemporary
"You’re So Beautiful" – Empire Cast feat. Jussie Smollett & Yazz (Columbia Records)

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Matt Cowan/Getty ImagesColdplay offered a flashback performance during the Super Bowl 50 halftime show Sunday night at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California, dipping deep into their catalog while also paying homage to past performers who've graced the big stage at the big game -- with the help of Beyoncé and Bruno Mars.

Chris Martin and company teased their first hit, "Yellow," before launching into "Viva La Vida." Martin commanded a psychedelic stage while the fans in the seats held up yellow, blue and orange signs.

Martin said, "Wherever you are, we are in this together," before seguing into the sing-along "Oooooh" part of the song.

His band -- which was joined by the Youth Orchestra Los Angeles -- followed up with "Paradise," as the audience surrounding the stage waved their arms.

Chris shed his jacket with blue patches for a more recent tune, "Adventure Of A Lifetime," jumping up and down and singing "Woohoo" repeatedly.

Coldplay gave way to Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson, who delivered their smash hit "Uptown Funk." Bruno wore a shiny black outfit with sunglasses, plus large chains dangling from his neck.

A marching band led into Beyoncé, who performed her just-released song "Formation." She and Bruno then had a bit of a dance-off before she and Martin joined in on "Uptown Funk," with a sample of Bey's "Crazy In Love" mixed in.

Coldplay returned with "Clocks" and "Fix You," as viewers saw a montage of highlights of past Super Bowl halftime performances from the likes of Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen, Prince, Stevie Wonder and others. Martin even worked in lyrics of songs by these artists, including Prince's "Purple Rain" and Bruno's "Just The Way You Are."

Martin, Beyoncé and Bruno all sang Coldplay's "Up&Up" to close things out. In the stands, fans held up placards that spelled out, "Believe In Love."

A new Beyoncé tour was announced immediately after her appearance in the halftime show.

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R. Kelly's latest album, The Buffet, is the thirteenth studio effort of his career, a feat that he says he never predicted he'd achieve. After more than 20 years in the business and overcoming controversy, the singer tells ABC Radio what he considers the major key to his prolonged success.

"My observations, you know, has sustained my longevity in the business," he explains. "Because I'm always observing people and I've learned what to do and I've always known what to do by paying close attention to the world and what's going on in the world -- close people, friends and just walking through the mall and studying people all the time."

Kelz says his observations have translated into his music. "It has given me a sense of what people want and what people need at the same time and it has allowed me to write life and not just songs," he says.

So what's next step in his career? "I never could answer that question, because I've always been the type of guy that just like the universe to surprise me," he says. "I've always gotten a great surprise at the end of the day,you know, when it comes to this music and my albums and me being able to continue to be creative." 

Meanwhile, Kelz' single “Wake Up Everybody” currently sits at number 16 on Billboard's Adult R&B Songs chart -- the veteran holds the record for most top-20s on that chart.

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ABC NewsAfter joining Coldplay for their Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday night, Beyoncé announced a stadium tour for later this year.

The North American leg of The Formation World Tour will launch in Miami on April 27 and will continue through a June 12 date in Hershey, Pennsylvania. 

Incidentally, one of the stops will be Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California, where Sunday night's Super Bowl was held.

As part of the tour, fans will have the chance to get involved in Beyoncé’s #BeyGOOD initiative, which is helping out the response to the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.

Tickets will go on sale beginning Tuesday, February 16. Beyhive members can purchase tickets in advance. Visit Beyonce.com for more info.

The European leg runs from June 28 in Sunderland, U.K., through July 31 in Brussels, Belgium.

Bey's halftime show appearance and tour announcement came one day after she released a new song, "Formation."

Here are the North American tour dates: 

4/27 -- Miami, FL, Marlins Park
4/29 -- Tampa, FL, Raymond James Stadium
5/1 -- Atlanta, GA, Georgia Dome
5/3 -- Raleigh, NC, Carter-Finley Stadium
5/5 -- Nashville, TN, Nissan Stadium
5/7 -- Houston, TX, NRG Stadium
5/9 -- Dallas, TX, AT&T Stadium
5/12 -- San Diego, CA, Qualcomm Stadium
5/14 -- Los Angeles, CA, Rose Bowl
5/16 -- Santa Clara, CA, Levi's Stadium
5/18 -- Seattle, WA, CenturyLink Field
5/20 -- Edmonton, AB, Commonwealth Stadium
5/23 -- Minneapolis, MN, TCF Bank Stadium
5/25 -- Toronto, ON, Rogers Centre
5/27 -- Chicago, IL, Soldier Field
5/29 -- Detroit, MI, Ford Field
5/31 -- Pittsburgh, PA, Heinz Field
6/3 -- Boston, MA, Gillette Stadium
6/5 -- Philadelphia, PA, Lincoln Financial Field
6/7 -- New York, NY, Citi Field
6/10 -- Baltimore, MD, M&T Bank Stadium
6/12 -- Hershey, PA, Hersheypark Stadium

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Photo by Paul Marotta/Getty ImagesAfter covering of Tory Lanez “Say It,” Chrisette Michele has released her rendition of Adele’s smash hit “Hello.”

Chrisette kept the original lyrics intact but rearranged an a cappella version of  ballad, which was posted on SoundCloud.

"These @adele "Hello" lyrics spoke to me. So I remixed it a'capella," Chrisette tweeted, adding the hashtag #MusicIsNotAColorAlone.

This revamped track will appear on Chrisette Michele's upcoming mixtape Steady Gang Mix, arriving February 27. The set was designed to tide fans over until she drops her fifth album, Milestone, later this spring.

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Isaac Brekken/Getty ImagesA day before she's scheduled to join Coldplay during halftime of the Super Bowl, Beyonce has dropped a surprise single and video, "Formation."

The song itself takes its title from one lyric where Beyonce commands her girls to dance -- "OK, ladies, now, let's get in formation" -- but it's also about the "formation" of Beyonce as a person.  The lyrics refer to her current superstardom, as well as her cultural upbringing and her family, and her daughter Blue Ivy appears in the video. 

"Y'all haters corny with that illuminati mess/Paparazzi, catch my fly, and my cocky fresh/I'm so reckless when I rock my Givenchy dress (stylin’)/
I’m so possessive so I rock his Roc necklaces,"  Beyonce sings.  That last part, of course, is a reference to her husband Jay Z.   She also makes reference to her success, saying, "I may just be a black Bill Gates in the making," and "Always stay gracious, best revenge is your paper."

Elsewhere, she sings about her parents: "My daddy Alabama, Momma Louisiana/You mix that negro with that Creole, make a Texas 'Bama/I like my baby hair, with baby hair and afros/I like my negro nose with Jackson Five nostrils/Earned all this money but they never take the country out me/I got hot sauce in my bag, swag."

The video, on the other hand, is quite politically-charged.  It was partially filmed in New Orleans, with oblique references to Hurricane Katrina and slavery, and straightforward references to Martin Luther King Jr., and police violence: one shot features a wall with graffiti that says, "Stop shooting us."

If you love the song and its message, Beyonce has released a "Formation" collection of apparently on her website, featuring lyrics from the song like "Hot Sauce," "I twirl on them haters," "Slay" and "You know you that b***h when you cause all of this conversation."

We're not sure there'll be a special tie-in with this, but Bey also namechecks a certain restaurant chain hilariously in the song when she says, "When he f**k me good, I take his a** to Red Lobster, cause I slay."

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Credit: Smallz & RaskindTinashe is among the famous faces tapped for MAC Cosmetic's new "Future Forward" campaign.

The official rollout will begin with Tinashe, who collaborated on the "Times Nine Palette" of eye shadow, which borrows from her song "All Hands on Deck."

"I was really intrigued by the chance to bring my creative vision to this," she tells Billboard. "I got to design the packaging, pick out the colors and create something that I felt like I would use."

The cosmetics brand also tapped DeJ Loaf, and Lion Babe’s Jillian Hervey saying "each visionary female taps into the core of her own creative force through a limited edition colour statement." The lines will be available March 17 via MacCosmetics.com.

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Photo by Marcus Ingram/Getty Images for BacardiMeek Mill has been sentenced for violating the terms of his probation, stemming from gun and drug charges in 2008.

According to Entertainment Weekly, a judge has ordered the rapper, born Robert Williams, to 90 days under house arrest and six months parole. Williams sentence will begin on March 1 and during that time he will not be allowed to work while under house arrest.

A Philadelphia judge recently determined Mill had violated the terms of his probation when he traveled to Los Angeles with girlfriend Nicki Minaj for the American Music Awards on November 22 without securing a “travel voucher.”

The rapper previously spent five months in jail in late 2014 for violating the probation.

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Photo by Josh Brasted/Getty ImagesSolange Knowles has been honored with a key to the city of New Orleans.

The singer, who currently resides in The Big Easy, expressed her gratitude on Twitter, "I can't put into words how grateful I am to be given the Key to the City! NEW ORLEANS, from the bottom of my soul, I am so thankful," she wrote.

The singer continues: "Hoping this key gets me into Leah Chase's kitchen at least 3 times a week Truly an honor. Thanks Mayor Landrieu!" she tweeted.

The good news comes after Solo revealed that she lost her wedding ring during a Mardi Gras parade. Fortunately, Solange's son, Daniel Julez Smith, Jr, helped Solange put the incident into perspective. "My son said, mom I'm just happy YOU didn't fly off the float, & that your safe, & that you still get to have the love you have. *tears dried," she wrote.

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Photo by Ross Gilmore/Redferns via Getty ImagesTo celebrate the 20th anniversary of their classic album, 1996's Hell on Earth, Mobb Deep has announced a North American tour.

According to Billboard, the rap duo's 38-date outing will begin in Philadelphia on March 5,  then head to Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, New York and include three shows at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas before wrapping up Arpil 23 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Havoc and Prodigy will be joined by Smif-N-Wessun and the Dogg Pound on selected dates.

In addition, Mobb Deep are working on a collection of previously unreleased tracks from the recording sessions for Hell on Earth, which was released on November 19, 1996 and included contributions from Nas, Method Man, Raekwon and others.

Here are the official tour dates:

2/13 -- Los Angeles, CA,   Viper Room
3/5 -- Philadelphia, PA 
3/6 -- Hagerstown, MD
3/9 -- Raleigh, NC 
3/10 -- Columbia, SC 
3/12 -- Miami, FL 
3/13 -- Tampa, FL
3/15 -- Memphis, TN
3/16 -- Dallas, TX
3/17 -- Austin, TX  SXSW
3/18 -- San Antonio, TX 
3/19 -- Austin, TX  SXSW
3/20 -- Austin, TX  SXSW
3/22 -- Albuquerque, NM 
3/23 -- Tucson, AZ 
3/24 -- Santa Ana, CA 
3/25 -- Modesto, CA 
3/26 -- Santa Rosa, CA 
3/27 -- San Francisco, CA
3/29 -- Seattle, WA 
3/30 -- Whitefish, MT 
3/31 -- Bozeman, MT 
4/1 -- Salt Lake City, UT 
4/2 -- Denver, CO 
4/3 -- Colorado Springs, CO  
4/5 -- St. Paul, MN  
4/7 -- Indianapolis, IN 
4/8 -- Chicago, IL  Scratch DJ Academy   
4/11 -- New York, NY  Scratch Academy @ Blue Note
4/12 -- New York, NY  Scratch Academy @ Blue Note
4/14 -- Rochester, NY
4/15 -- Stanhope, NJ 
4/16 -- Manchester, NH 
4/17 -- Niagara Falls, NY
4/18 -- Syracuse, NY
4/20 -- Norfolk, VA
4/21 -- Pittsburgh, PA
4/22 -- Richmond, VA
4/23 -- Cambridge, MA

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Photo by Michelly Rall/Gallo Images/Getty ImagesMaxwell has finally given fans an update on his long-awaited album, blackSUMMERs’night.

In an interview with Essence, the singer spilled new details about the follow-up to 2009’s BLACKsummers’night while discussing the upcoming 20th anniversary of his debut album, Urban Hang Suite.

"I can’t believe that 20 years after doing something that I started when I was 21, would even mean anything, or even stand the test of time to the point where I would have an interview and it would be a mentioning point," he says.  "What’s really great about it is that I work with all of the same people, and I’m working with all of the same people on the new album that’s coming out this year.  We’re writing this new album. It feels, to me, even better than what we did twenty years ago."

The singer adds that he shares his fans' excitement about the project. "I’m so hyped about the new album coming out, which is so exciting for me, because it’s fresh and it’s different, but it is what I do," he says.

Maxwell also addressed the six-year hiatus. "People are like, 'Why does it take so long? Why does it take so long?”' Because there’s always a part of me that’s like, 'Nah.' You know? I know I started the record, but have I lived enough of what I need to live to view it with the emotion that it needs, and then release it?" he explains. "I can sometimes feel like it’s okay to wait."

The singer's fifth studio effort will serve as the second installment in his SUMMERS trilogy.

In the meantime, you can catch Maxwell performing alongside Nas at Brooklyn, New York's Barclays Center on Valentine’s Day, as well as at Newark, New Jersey’s Prudential Center February 15.

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Today marks the release of Wiz Khalifa's much-anticipated album, Khalifa, his sixth studio project. And the rapper has very specific ideas about how to help him celebrate.

"My album is out. Go cop it and smoke some weed," he tweeted. "I can't believe it's finally here and in on a plane. At least im goin to see bash."

In fact, he adds: "The whole world should be smoking right now."

Khalifa's 13-song project features Travis Scott, Rico Love, Juicy J, Chevy Woods, Ty Dolla Sign, and a collaboration with his son Sebastian on “Zoney.” In addition, the set credits TM88, Lex Luger, DJ Spinz and Crazy Mike with production.

As previously reported, Khalifa is just the first of two albums for 2016.  Wiz previously revealed that his sixth studio album, Rolling Papers 2, will drop later this year.

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Although there are reports that her project only sold 460 physical copies, Rihanna is still on pace to score her second number-one album on the Billboard 200 chart with ANTI.

Billboard reports industry forecasters have suggested Rih Rih's set could earn approximately 175,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. in the week ending February 4. Of that figure, Rihanna could potentially move 130,000 in pure album sales.

If the estimates prove to be accurate,  the feat would mark the second chart-topper for Rihanna; her previous album, 2012’s Unapologetic, debuted atop the list with 238,000 albums sold in its first week.

Elsewhere, Kevin GatesIslah is projected to open with 100,000 units.

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Monty Brinton/CBSRihanna will perform on the Grammy Awards later this month, it's been confirmed.

The official Grammys Twitter feed announced the news, writing, "It's official: Eight-time GRAMMY winner @rihanna joins the all-star lineup for the 58th #GRAMMYs Feb. 15 on @CBS!"  And Rihanna herself tweeted, "See y'all at the #GRAMMYS."

The last time the singer appeared on the Grammy Awards was just last year, when she performed "Four Five Seconds" with Kanye West and Paul McCartney.  While all three of those artists have won multiple Grammy Awards, the song surprisingly failed to receive any nods for this year's Grammys.

Adele, Andra Day, Ellie Goulding, Justin Bieber, Pitbull, Tori Kelly, Lady Gaga, The Weeknd and Kendrick Lamar are among the other performers scheduled to appear on this year's telecast, which airs February 15 on CBS.

Rihanna's new album, ANTI, is headed for the #1 spot after debuting last week at #27.  If it achieves that position, it'll be her second #1 album, following Unapologetic.

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It's official: Eight-time GRAMMY winner @rihanna joins the all-star lineup for the 58th #GRAMMYs Feb. 15 on @CBS! pic.twitter.com/ndGReYFC6U

— The GRAMMYs (@TheGRAMMYs) February 5, 2016

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