Sheeran surprised released two singles from his forthcoming album 'divide' at the same time and now "Shape Of You" claimed the No. 1 spot and "Castle On The Hill" came in at No. 6 on the Billboard chart.
Sheeran had this to say about making chart history, "It feels amazing to debut at #1 in the U.S. especially after being away for so long. Topping the Hot 100 for the first time AND to have 'Castle On The Hill' also debut in the top 10…I'm speechless. " Read morehere.
The three performers announced thus far have been nominated for GRAMMY Awards this year. Metallica is nominated for Best Rock Song, Underwood is nominated for Best Country Solo Performance, while Urban is up for two awards, including Best Country Solo Performance and Best Country Album.
More names will follows as the broadcast gets closer. The Grammys will be hosted by Mr. Carpool Karaoke himself, James Corden, and airs February 12th on CBS. Read morehere.
The group took to social media to reveal the tracklisting for the new effort as well as posted the album art. Kimberly Schlapman said in an Instagram post "It's my favorite album we've ever made!"
Along with the artwork, she also wrote "SO excited to share this with ya'll on February 24th!" The new record can be preordered here and includes the hit Taylor Swift-penned single "Better Man." See the tracklistinghere.
Tomlinson and Aoki recorded "Just Hold On" within days of her passing and he had this reflection in a new radio interview: "When I first found out about the news I kind of did want to throw the towel in.
"But it was my mum who said to me that I've just got to keep going. She told me very sternly that she wanted me to. So I'm not doing it for her, but 'we're doing it for each other."
"It was tough, but I felt like it was nice for me to almost have a little send-off for her," he concluded. Read morehere.
Sheen tweeted an apology to Rihanna and suggested that they get drinks together, sometime. For good measure, he shared the same message on Instagram with a photo of pink-haired Rihanna from the Paleozoic era (2014).
"dear @badgalriri, pardon my inane self indulgence. let's have a drink someday (on me)…," he wrote. On Watch What Happens Live, host Andy Cohen asked Sheen about a "feud" with Rihanna in 2014, when he called her the "village idiot." At the time, Rih clapped back by saying the "old queen" needed to get "her diapers out of a bunch."
"Oh, that bitch," Sheen told Cohen. "[She] abandoned common courtesy and common sense." Watch the original comments and his social media savehere.
The trailer for the film was released on September 13 of last year, the 20th anniversary of the rapper's death. The movie, starring Demetrius Shipp Jr. as Tupac Shakur, has been picked up by Lionsgate for release in the U.S.
Directed by music video director Benny Boom, the film follows Shakur's life from his early days in East Harlem to his rise in hip-hop and Hollywood. Read morehere.
During the nearly 15 minute video, Skrillex is seen chillin' with Flavor Flav and Rick Ross and jamming out with Justin Bieber, and Chance the Rapper. In one scene he lets fly on an electric guitar in Brazil.
Other clips depict private jets, posh hotels, gorgeous beaches and stadium performances. The video was directed by Jas David, who captures all the fast-paced action. Watch the videohere.
Besides two performances from Thirty Seconds to Mars, festivalgoers can engage in many activities like yoga, hiking, drum circle, archery and meditation.
"When last year's Camp sold out in just over a day we were blown away and humbled," Jared Leto said in a statement. "And to be doing this for a third year in a row is an absolute dream. We not only get to share our music, great food and tons of fun with people we love – but it also takes place in one of our favorite places on the planet, the beautiful mountains of sunny Malibu, California." Read morehere.
They performed "Lips" and "Say Something Loving" before Jimmy Fallon's studio audience: The former was broadcast on TV and the latter was shared as a web exclusive.
The xx are fresh from their debut appearance on Saturday Night Live, so the alt-pop mainstays are enjoying a bigger platform than ever. Check out videos of the performanceshere.
Bare had the following to say about the new record deal, "I have greatly enjoyed recording new material along with some fan favorites from my career. I look forward to working with Hypermedia Nashville on the release of this new project and getting feedback from my fans."
Hypermedia Nashville President Max T. Barnes added, "We are excited to be working with the living legend, Bobby Bare. His songs continue to make us laugh and cry.
"Bare has a wicked smart song sense and we can't wait for the world to hear the new project we are currently working on.".
The episode will feature a special performance by the die-hard The Bachelor fan of his current chart-rising, tender single "For Her" during a one on one date with the newest Bachelor, Nick Viall.
"It's no secret one of my favorite shows is The Bachelor/Bachelorette … so this was definitely a bucket list opportunity that I could never pass up," exclaims Lane. "The crew, Nick and his date were a lot of fun to work with and the sold out crowd was amazing. Definitely a highlight of the year!"here.
In behind-the-scenes footage, Gaga's choreographer and backup dancers are seen practicing their routine for the 2009 classic, which broke streaming records and established Gaga as one of pop's most powerful forces.
The process of editing an expansive career down to one definitive set is daunting: Madonna did it in 2012, Beyonce in 2013, and Katy Perry in 2015. Those artists got backup from Cee-Lo Green, LMFAO, Destiny's Child and Missy Elliott, but Gaga will do hers solo, according to Billboard. Beyonce's visit to the Coldplay stage last year proves that "guest" performers can ultimately steal the spotlight: When the show's over, this year we'll be talking about Gaga only.
In the clip, Gaga admits that she knows "exactly" what she's going to do at the Super Bowl because she's dreamed and planned for this since she was four years old. Take a behind-the-scenes peek at Gaga's preparationhere.
"Twenty years in April since we put out our first album," frontman Stephan Jenkins said, when discussing the anniversary with Radio.com yesterday (January 17).
"It's a record that stayed alive with these generations of people, who find it online and share it with each other. They have this original, authentic and immediate experience with the album. It's not a twenty-year old album to them, it feels like it's a current album somehow. That's phenomenal to me. I haven't seen that with other kinds of records, maybe it exists, but I haven't seen it." Read more and see the dateshere.
"When I heard Thomas Hobbs' 'We On' single I knew I had to make this song my Directorial Debut! With its sexy hawt catchy sound with lyrics that fit a video storyline that is so current about today's dating situations. I believe Hobbs' audience will enjoy our video collaboration and be rocking out to this hit in da club and in their whip!" said Fox.
"Working with Vivica and DNA on 'We On' was an incredible experience throughout the entire production of the song and the music video. We had a vision, went with the wave, and it worked like magic," said Hobbs. Watch ithere.
The new EP dives into their take on the future of R&B, building on the aesthetic of the previous collaboration while experimenting with new vibes and sounds for the this offering.
Collective influences ranging from Ginuwine and N'Sync to Mary J. Blige and other pop and R&B greats discernibly shine through as the musing over such an influential musical era has helped fuel their own articulation of classic.
baby-making music in 2017. This project follows Lido's debut album Everything, released on October 7th, showcasing his ability to transcend genres. Check out Passion Project IIhere.
Milky Chance - comprised of former schoolmates Clemens Rehbein and Philipp Dausch -explains that "Cocoon" was inspired by trying to find a period of reflection on the runaway success of their first album, Sadnecessary. Or in Clemens' own words, "trying to find a place where you can be yourself and not be distracted; to slow down and reflect on yourself."
The band also announces a string of international & US tour dates kicking off in London on February 13th. Tickets go on sale today. It will be the first tour with new music from the band since the release of Sadnecessary three years ago. Fans will get a chance to hear new music off the upcoming album live before its release on March 17th. See the dateshere.