But Timberlake teased the second song and video from his upcoming Man of the Woods album with a snippet of the clip shared via Instagram on Wednesday.
The new video appears to have a political slant, with the teaser featuring the singer sitting in front of a large bank of TV sets showing images of people with guns and the phrase "Stop Racism Now." Check out the teaserhere.
The tour kicks off July 19 in Toronto, Canada, with dates scheduled through October 6, when it wraps up in Bristow, VA. "For us as a band, being out on the road together is where it all comes to life," said Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley in a press statement. "Darius is one of our closest friends, and so we just feel really excited to get to share this tour and those memories on and off stage with him. There's no doubt that it's going to be a total blast and we're thrilled to have Russell out with us too this summer – we're already brainstorming ways to shake things up and make each night all about just being in the moment."
"Reuniting this summer and heading back out on the road with my friends Lady Antebellum feels like a home away from home," Rucker added. "It's going to be an incredible summer, and I can't wait to see y'all out there!" Read more including dates and ticket detailshere.
'The song's about gratitude, and the song is just the cracks in your heart and love and how you really need to have those failures and those cracks to really let love get in, so it's an inspiring song," said Bentley in a prepared statement. "I think it's an album that has a lot of gratitude in the album throughout every song. So, it's a good song to really just get that message out there, and all that gratitude for me starts at home."
"There'd be nothing without Cass and the way she's not only made my life, she's been through the ups and downs and made me a better person," he continued. "I don't know where I'd be without her. So, for me to get the message of the album out there, I want to start with this song and this important message about the women in my life, the women in our lives. There'd be nothing without them. For me, it's just an important way to start the album."
The music video for "Woman, Amen," was shot during the recording of the track in Telluride, Colorado, where much of the album was written and produced. The clip features shots of majestic, mountainous terrain, Bentley walking across bridges and plains and the artist at work inside a makeshift studio. Check out Dierk's new cliphere.
Resee Witherspoon joined Musgraves for what she called "Carpool Kaceyoke" as the two enjoyed a night out. "You have gotten me in so much trouble," Witherspoon joked as she started singing.
"I'm totally addicted to this microphone." Watch their hilarious clipshere.
Kendrick will perform material from Damn., which earned Album of the Year and Best Rap Album nominations. He's also in the running for Record of the Year, Best Rap Song, Best Rap Performance and Best Music Video for "Humble."
U2, who've earned 22 GRAMMYs during their career, will take the stage with music from their album Songs of Experience. Sam Smith's appearance will support his latest release, The Thrill of It All. Read morehere.
The couple's daughter was born Jan. 15 at 12:47 a.m. PT and weighed 7 lbs., 6 oz. "Kanye and I are happy to announce the arrival of our healthy, beautiful baby girl," Kardashian announced via her app.
"We are incredibly grateful to our surrogate who made our dreams come true with the greatest gift one could give and to our wonderful doctors and nurses for their special care." Read morehere.
Birdsall told TMZ that she'd developed a "close friendship" with Seal when they were neighbors in Los Angeles in the fall of 2016. She claims that she was in kitchen when the singer forced himself on her, attempting to kiss the actress.
A representative for Seal has responded with a firm denial of any wrongdoing. "Seal vehemently denies the recent allegations made against him by a former neighbor for alleged misconduct more than a year ago. He intends to vigorously defend himself against these false allegations."
The incident is currently under investigation by the L.A. County Sheriff's Dept. Read more about the allegationshere.
The nearly four-minute clip finds the pop star in the studio working with producers Pharrell Willams and Timbaland, both of whom played major roles in Timberlake's star-making 2002 debut, Justified.
In one scene, Timberlake points out the "country melody" of one of the new tracks, which features a trap beat and heavily Auto-Tuned vocals. "I guess I would describe it as 'modern Americana with 808s,' he says in describing the "wide range of sonics" found on Man of the Woods.
Later in the video, he goes on to talk about "those southern guitars and that sound that feels like heritage. That is me exercising my love for where I came from. But then you mix it with something modern, that's just like, where we are today. To me, if you can put those two things together, that's like an equation for life."
A selection of new songs are teased with snippets throughout the clip. Justin Timberlake's Man of the Woods is due to debut on Feb. 2. Watch the videohere.
The Peas' set on Colbert was filmed in black-and-white with visuals from the song's music video. The clips depict historical struggles from equality through iconic photos.
Watch the Black Eyed Peas' live performance of the track from The Late Showhere.
The song features heavily Auto-Tuned melodic vocals from Young Thug along with guest verses from his frequent collaborators, Trouble and Shad Da God.
"I was havin' a dream, I was whippin' a Rolls Royce, and I bought everything that I want, turned to Martin Luther King overnight," goes the chorus. Check it outhere.
The song can be streamed online and will be featured on the upcoming Love, Simon movie soundtrack, which also includes songs by The 1975, Haerts, and more.
Frontman Jack Antonoff is executive-producing the soundtrack, which comes as no surprise considering the guy seems to work on every album by every artist these days. Don't believe us? Find out who he's worked with in the exclusive video and listen to the new songhere.
The 1992 accusations that Allen abused his 7-year-old-daughter, Dylan Farrow, have led two of Gomez's co-stars in the movie, Timothee Chalamet and Rebecca Hall, to donate the money earned working on the film to charitable organizations, according to People.
Teefy's comments came in response to an Instagram comment suggesting that she "make" Selena apologize for working with Allen. "Sorry, no one can make Selena do anything she doesn't want to," Teefy replied on a post that was originally about the recent passing of Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan. "I had a long talk with her about not working with him and it didn't click. Her team are amazing people. There is no fall person here. No one controls her. She makes all her own decisions. No matter how hard you try to advise. It falls on deaf ears." Read morehere.
"Tonight, I will perform on Saturday Night Live with Halsey. This pinnacle performance will mark the end of my tenure with this incredible project. Three years ago, I started with a small artist named Halsey. Since then, I have supported the project through its rise, designing all the sounds for the live synth, bass, and keyboard parts, and performing them at every show for the past 3 years. I have been with Halsey from our our first show to 80 people in Los Angeles, to now having played six of the seven continents, and every major arena in the USA. It was my father's dream to play Madison Square Garden. We sold it out as a headliner, and played it 3 times since then.
"I have started a new web series that shines a spotlight on the chemistry that can occur between the most talented of this generation's pop artists and the most brilliant of this generation's jazz artists. The series, called Tiny room (www.tinyroom.live), has recorded our first episode with Trevor Dahl of Cheat Codes, and is scheduled for 2018 to include Lauren Jauregui, Haley Reinhart, and many other incredible pop artists. The first episode can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/J_hVAkfAAUI and the later episodes will be broadcast on Quincy Jones' new jazz channel Qwest TV." Watch the episodehere.
As it turns out, Cash is proving to be the perfect big brother. In an adorable video posted to Instagram, Cash can be seen serenading his new sister with the childhood classic, "Wheels On the Bus." While she skeptically looks on, Cash grabs her hand and lets her pet the dog while he sweetly sings to her.
"Lillie is not too sure about Cash and Bear but they LOVE her!!!! Catch that eye roll from her," Haywood captioned the video. Haywood is not the only member of Lady Antebellum welcoming a new bundle of joy into his family. Hillary Scott is pregnant with twins and due early this year. See the videohere.
"Singles You Up" is currently in the Top 20 on the singles chart and the new visual can be streamed online here. He had the following to say about the new album:
"Making this record has been one of the most rewarding things I've ever done. I want to thank everyone who was involved in bringing this to life, especially to my producer Paul Digiovanni and the songwriters that helped me create these songs. I can't wait for y'all to hear it" Read morehere.
Lighting up Nashville, New York City and everywhere in between, Tegan Marie will celebrate with multiple Opry shows starting with her first performance at the Ryman Auditorium as part of Opry at the Ryman (1/19) followed by her debut New York City concert at The Studio at Opry City Stage (1/31). Adding to the excitement, the young trailblazer will bring "Keep It Lit" to television audiences nationwide when she appears on NBC's TODAY with Kathie Lee and Hoda (1/31).
Tegan Marie's debut New York City show will be the FIRST ticketed event in The Studio at Opry City Stage. Tickets go on sale Wednesday, January 17 at 10:00am eastern via oprycitystage.com. Opry City Stage is New York City's home for Country music and culture, with good times and great food rooted in the South and served up in Times Square.here.
Does the reappearance of their digital presence spell a reunion? Or have the promotional photos from 2013 been revived for posterity? Since the band broke up in 2013, all three Jonas Brothers have pursued independent projects. Nick, of course, established himself as a heartthrob solo act with hits like "Jealous" and "Close."
He has collaborated with Tove Lo, Demi Lovato, Shania Twain and more. Joe's band DNCE has charted a roster of hits, while Kevin launched the E! reality series Married to Jonas. Read morehere.