Recap: Da Brat, Judy Dupart, Jussie Smollett, Kelly Price & More at “BRAT LOVES JUDY” ATL Premiere

Brat-A-Tat and Big Booty Judy plan their dream wedding, but the rush towards the date 2-22-22 unveils unresolved relationship issues. The power couple faces major hurdles from having a baby to exploding their careers, as they navigate married life. Judy returns to her hometown in NOLA where Brat and Judy started their love journey – where it all began! Meanwhile, Brat plans Judy’s Surprise 40th Birthday. Brat’s calling all the shots in her music career as she reinvents herself as an independent artist…exploring her tomboy vs feminine side and opening more than ever before. TUNE IN Thursday’s at 9pm ET on WEtv, streamingthe following Monday on ALLBLK.

Kelly Price Releases New EP, “GRACE”

Motown Gospel, one of the premiere recording labels for gospel music, in partnership with SANG GIRL! Inc., celebrates the release of nine-time GRAMMY® nominated singer/songwriter Kelly Price’s second gospel project, GRACE. The release of GRACE comes fifteen years after Price’s acclaimed gospel album, This Is Who I Am, which hit #1 on Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums chart and landed in the top ten of the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Grace is available now wherever music is sold and streamed digitally.

The brand-new 6-track EP arrives ahead of Easter Sunday 2021 and serves as a reminder of God’s grace during these unprecedented times. Grace begins with the electrifying album opener “Dance Party,” features a cover of the classic “Faith That Conquers,” and the title track “Grace.”

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Wale Releases Video For “Sue Me” Feat. Kelly Price

Making a statement like only he can at exactly 2:02 PM ET, which signifies his 202 D.C. area code, Wale reveals the provocative and powerful seven-minute short film for his latest single “Sue Me” (feat. Kelly Price). Watch it HERE. The song stands out as the opening track of his critically acclaimed 2019 opus, Wow… That’s Crazy [Warner Records]—available HERE

The GRAMMY® Award-nominated rapper/actor/poet recruited renowned designer and creative director Kerby Jean-Raymond [Pyer Moss] behind the camera as director. The surreal clip depicts an alternate reality where typical tropes of the African American urban experience become completely inverted. The inner city narrative follows a struggling white teen, played by Oscar nominee Lucas Hedges [Manchester By The Sea, Honey Boy, Waves], who sees life on the other side for the first time. Reimagining brand names, a “White People Meet” billboard watches over the sprawl as the protagonist visits a “Morebucks Coffee” only to be forcibly escorted out as Wale films the reversed racial profiling on his phone. The climax proves utterly thought-provoking, to say the least. 

Wale said, “What if you could walk through a day in the life of an average African American young man? What would you see? What would you hear? What would you face? We wanted to redefine the whole narrative and allow everybody to step into these shoes. I’ve never been more proud of a video than what we did here. Kerby really brought this vision to life, and Reebok helped make it a reality. I hope it makes you think a little. While you’re thinking, stay safe and stay home!”



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