Who Dat Making Headlines: Spice Girls reunion confirmed
NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - Hold your screams. The Spice Girls plan to reunite!
Mel B, also known as Scary Spice, confirmed in an interview earlier this week that the 1990s girl band will be doing performances together.
The girl group is known for hits like "Wannabe" and "2 Become 1".
Mel B said all five ladies will reunite for a tour.
It's not clear when the tour will happen.
The girls split in 2000 and last reunited in 2012 at the London Olympics.
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Drake drops new album
Rapper Drake dropped a new album, "Scorpion."
The double-disc album has 25 songs.
On the new album, Drake confirms he has a son, after rapper Pusha T revealed the secret love child in a diss track.
The album also includes New Orleans flair to it, sampling bounce beats and teaming up with bounce artist Big Freedia for his hit "Nice For What."
The highly anticipated album comes on the heels of his tour with "Migos" which kicks off July 26th in Salt Lake City.
The "Aubrey and Three Amigos" Tour is set for the Smoothie King Center September 24.
Sony Music gains rights to Prince's estate
Sony Music signed a deal with Prince's estate for exclusive distribution rights to 35 of his albums.
The rights kick-in immediately for the music recorded between 1995 and 2010. In 2021, Sony will be able to put out recordings dating back to 1978 through 1996.
Prince's albums from 2014 to 2015 will be distributed sometime in the future.
Sony's new deal includes singles, b-sides, remixes, live recordings and videos.
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