The concert film was captured during a show in Sydney in December of last year and was directed by Russell Thomas of Done + and presents Perry's concert that featured seven thematic acts.
"The Prismatic World Tour Live" will feature a tracklist of 20 performances including "Roar," "I Kissed A Girl," "Dark Horse," "California Gurls" and the DVD and Blu-Ray versions will also include 30 minutes of bonus material.See the tracklisting here.
Out on Thursday, September 3, the album will be the follow-up to 2014's one-two punch of Mastermind and Hood Billionaire. Rozay announced his intentions to offer up this new album this via Twitter, while also unveiling the album's first single, "Foreclosures."
The title of this new Rick Ross album had been revealed previously by Ross' lawyer, following the rapper's arrest for arrest for kidnapping, aggravated battery, and aggravated assault this past July. See the tweet and check out Ross' new singlehere.
"It's very emotional, very exciting. It's a space age music film," Demme said. ""There's tremendous dancing in this piece. He's got an extraordinary band called the Tennessee Kids.
"Huge horn section, two lead guitars, two drummers, eight dancers, four exquisite background singers. And we caught them on their last performance." Read morehere.
The video elicited criticism on his social media accounts. Kevin Gates responded to threats made to him on his Twitter account with a message: "Kill me, when you see me-it's dat simple."
Interestingly enough, the woman kicked claims she wasn't the one who reached out to touch Gates, "therefore he had no business touching me." In the now-deleted post, she spoke of plans to sue Gates. Read more and watch the videohere.
The tweet contained a short video with the caption "Honey, he's good! Please join us in welcoming @AndyGrammer to #dwts." In the clip, the singer says, "The rumors are true! I'm joining Dancing with the Stars!" DWTS also tweeted out a photo of one of Grammer's performances on the show last year.
Grammer is the eighth cast member to be announced for the show's upcoming season joining Chaka Khan, Bindi Irvin, Victor Espinoza, Nick Carter, Hayes Grier as well as Alexa and Carlos PenaVega.
Dancing with the Stars will kick off its 21st season on Sept. 14. See the tweetshere.
Not only did We Are Your Friends bomb at the box office, it is actually one of the worst movie openings of all time. Going against a very modest $6 million dollar budget, the film only raked in $1.8 million at the box office, making it the lowest total ever for a film opening in more than 2,000 theaters.
With such a small production cost, it is hard to declare it the worst opening ever, just because it isn't likely to lose money when all is said and done. One person taking a bit of pleasure from the film's poor showing is Deadmau5. See his tweetshere.
Radio.com recently spoke to McCreery about his new song and upcoming album. "If we're looking at my records, 'Southern Belle' is unique sounding," he says.
"But the overall sound of the record, it's taken a step back towards that country, like the Ryman and all that stuff. It's not traditional like Haggard or Jones. Even though I love those guys."
While "Southern Belle" was written for him by Sean McConnell and Jason Saenz, he says that he's looking to write and co-write some songs for his next album. "For me, nobody knows what I'm trying to say, as an artist and as a person, more than me."
And, he reports that he's been collaborating with some of Nashville's most talented writers. "I've been lucky enough to sit down with some of Nashville's best, and explain my thoughts for this record. Honestly, there's been a lot of encouragement from the label. 'Let's see what you've got. We'll listen to other songs as well, but as a writer, it'd be interesting to see what's inside your head.' Luckily, they've liked four of the five that we've chosen so far. So I'm pumped for that, and pumped for the fans to hear what's going on up here [points to his head]."
He continues, "I'm writing with guys who are the newest of the new, guys who are writing Luke Bryan's hits. [But also] Tom Douglas and Allen Shamblin who have written songs for Hall of Famers, like Randy Travis. We're trying out different things, but for me: I'm an old soul. So I'm going back a little bit towards that." Read morehere.
But, with a new video for the album's lead track, "Dooo It!," attention can once again turn squarely of pop's favorite misfit. Though the clip was performed on the VMAs with the Flaming Lips in tow, the video is a Cyrus solo affair, with the clip's attention focused on one of Cyrus' most notorious features: her mouth.
The singer, who is prone to wag her tongue in photos, allows her mouth to be the video's star, while various liquid textures are dropped down her face. Read morehere.
We first heard about a possible Kanye West song called "P- On My Grave" last year-a few seconds of the song leaked, and it was allegedly a collaboration with none other than Sir Paul McCartney, who Kanye also worked with on "FourFiveSeconds."
There's no indication that McCartney worked on this new version, or how its connected to the snippet from last year. The track is a doozy, though-it's got pounding drums and snarling blues-rock riffs, over which Scott and West rhapsodize about places they'd like to p-.
It's not just your grave, it also involves your girlfriend, your brain and your funeral. Scott describes "young n-- being treated like slaves" and promises to not to stop going hard as humanly possible in response. Check out the NSFW trackhere.
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