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The Osbournes make their reality TV comeback, Freddie Gibbs announces new album $oul $old $eparately and more

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The Osbournes return to reality television with Home to Roost

After 20 years, The Osbournes are back to reclaim their spot on TV screens. Set to revolve around the family’s move back to their homeland, Home to Roost will focus on the Osbournes’ new journey living in Buckinghamshire. Much like The Osbournes, the new series will feature Sharon and Ozzy’s children, Jack and Kelly, as they navigate this new stage in their lives, the challenges of growing older and the importance of family. Home to Roost is slated to air in 2023 on BBC One.


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Freddie Gibbs reveals new album $oul $old $eperately  

Making his major-label debut, rapper Freddie Gibbs has announced a new album called $oul $old $eparately. To preview the record, Gibbs dropped lead single “Too Much,” which features Moneybagg Yo. In the visual, the two rappers highlight the flashy excess of Vegas, complete with casinos, slot machines and dollar bills served on a silver platter. $oul $old $eparately arrives Sept. 30 via Warner.

Kali Uchis proves there are no laws to love with “No Hay Ley”

Kali Uchis is dedicating her heart entirely to love with her first single in two years. Since the 2020 release of Sin Miedo (del Amor y Otros Demonios) ∞, the Latin-pop musician has collaborated with artists such as Omar Apollo and Ozuna. Now, Uchis is shattering the rules of love. In “No Hay Ley,” Uchis bilingually sings of an undying love while a house-inspired beat drives listeners to dance to its rhythm.