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Daysia Tolentino

Daysia Tolentino is a culture and trends reporter for NBC News.

Daysia Tolentino is a culture and trends reporter for NBC News.

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Ye scores No. 1 album as scrutiny of antisemitic comments continues

Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, and rapper Ty Dolla $ign hit No.1 album on the Billboard 200 chart with “Vultures 1,” their first joint album as the duo ¥$.

Ruby Franke sentenced in child abuse case

Former family vlogger Ruby Franke was sentenced to four one-to-15 year terms in prison by a Utah district court on Tuesday, ending a monthslong child abuse case brought against the mother of six.

Beyoncé fans hope her new album brings more visibility to Black country artists

The Beyhive is busting out its cowboy hats and breaking out in line dances.

Biden campaign joins TikTok after sources said it wouldn't

President Joe Biden's 2024 presidential campaign has joined TikTok despite sources saying last year that the campaign wouldn't formally use the social media platform.

Beyoncé announces 'Act II' following Super Bowl ad

Beyoncé announced a new album and dropped two singles on Sunday moments after she hinted that new music was coming during a Super Bowl ad for Verizon.

Usher joined by Alicia Keys, Lil Jon, Ludacris and more during Super Bowl LVIII halftime show

Football fans screamed, "Yeah!" as Usher took the stage at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Sunday.

Super Bowl 2024 highlights: Chiefs win in overtime, Mahomes awarded MVP, Swift and Kelce embrace

Read highlights from the Super Bowl 2024 showdown between the 49ers and the Chiefs. Learn more about the big moments from the game and halftime show headlined by Usher.

Piers Morgan leaves TV for YouTube

Piers Morgan is moving his daily show "Uncensored" from television to YouTube, marking the latest transition of traditional broadcasting talent into the digital space.

Trisha Paytas wants people to stop making memes about her and King Charles

YouTube personality Trisha Paytas has been the subject of a year-long online joke that suggests her children are the reincarnation of the royal family.

Shane Gillis was fired from ‘SNL’ for racist and homophobic jokes. Now he’s going to host.

Shane Gillis, who was fired as a cast member of “Saturday Night Live” in 2019 before his debut for making racist remarks, will host the show on Feb. 24.

Grammys 2024 highlights: Taylor Swift, Victoria Monét, SZA, Miley Cyrus, Billie Eilish get wins; Jay-Z honored

Latest news as the 2024 Grammys debut in Los Angeles. Follow all the red carpet looks, live performances, winners’ speeches and more as nominees take home prizes.