The rapper was charged by the department with grand theft of a firearm, possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, marijuana possession, child neglect without great bodily harm and two counts of probation violation, reports Pitchfork.
This is hardly the rapper's first run-in with the law. Black was released from jail last June and given a year-long term of house arrest and his legal troubles didn't stop there. Read morehere.
"I didn't write the line about gay people," the rapper wrote on Instagram. "I got love for all people. My passion for fashion has lead me to a lot of gay people around me who I have mad respect for and we are very cool so I'm not in a place where I'm hating like that."
"When I wrote that I was thinking of words that could rhyme with the others (here, lear, solitaire, bear) and I saw this definition about her having a queer feeling she was being watched and it fit what I was thinking about a stalker creepy paparazzi situation," Offset wrote. "To me that 'queer' I don't mean someone who's gay. I mean lame people who film you, post it and stalk you. Lingo that means strange or odd. I M S O R R Y I A P O L O G I Z E I'm offended I offended anybody." Read morehere.
The intimate two-hour concert included a performance with Kelsea Ballerini, who will open the North American leg of the tour. During the show, the two country stars sang a cover of Camila Cabello's "Never Be the Same." See fan footage of their performance here.
Urban's 58-city tour kicks off on June 15 in St. Louis and runs through November 3 in Dallas. "I've been full-on writing, recording, collaborating and creating with some incredibly talented people for Graffiti U, a lot of whom I've never worked with before," Urban said in a press release. "I can hear how some of the songs will translate live already, which really makes putting on a new show so exhilarating and I loved having our fans included in the announcement of the tour because it's their tour too."
A new single from the upcoming project, "Parallel Line," is set to be released today (Jan. 19). Check out Keith's full tour itineraryhere.
The track is the latest song that has been from Timberlake's highly anticipated forthcoming studio album Man of the Woods, which is slated to be released on Feb. 2.
In the futuristic video, Timberlake sits and stares at a wall of television monitors broadcasting news clips about racism, misogyny and violence. He wanders a street filled with costumed, white-painted people, alligators and a man with a necklace made of handguns. Timberlake accompanies these powerful images with a love story depicted by warm embraces, face-stroking, and circles of fire spinning around him and his lover. Check out the new song and clip from JThere.
Special guests Luke Combs and Lauren Alaina will serve as opening acts on the tour. "We named this tour after a song that'll be on my next record," Aldean explained in a press release. "It reminds me of the bars I grew up playing in Georgia when I was getting started. We're going to bring some of that raw energy out this summer with Luke and Lauren I know we're all ready."
Fans can purchase tickets beginning Jan. 26 for select cities as part of Live Nation's Country Megaticket. Additional on-sale dates will continue to roll-out over the coming weeks. See the dateshere.
Pharrell is expected to perform a medley of his hits alongside songs from N.E.R.D's most recent release, No One Ever Really Dies. No stranger to collaboration, Pharrell may even bring some surprise guests to the stage and he has many to choose from.
In addition to a halftime set by Pharrell and N.E.R.D, Fergie will be in attendance to perform the National Anthem while Barenaked Ladies will sing the Canadian national anthem. Read morehere.
The clip opens with career footage of Justin performing hits like "Sexyback" and "Cry Me A River." Then we see Timberlake exiting a black SUV at a performance or rehearsal venue. He describes how high the stakes are when millions of people are watching.
"I am getting an opportunity to have the stage to myself. I believe it's also the place where there's nothing wrong with giving people what they want," he says.
During the preview, Justin is seen circling up with his backup dancers, surveying the stage and carrying a guitar. "For 12 or 13 minutes, we'll have a really good time," he says.
Take a peek behind the scenes of Justin's Super Bowl sethere.
"I cried like a god- baby," Jackson wrote next to the photo of her meeting McCartney for the first time. McCartney and Michael Jackson have plenty of shared history, including a pair of Top 10 hit singles ("Say Say Say," "The Girl is Mine"), as well as the pair's infamous battle over the rights to the Beatles' catalog, which Jackson bought back in the 1980s.
Paris Jackson met McCartney earlier this week (Jan. 16) in Los Angeles at his daughter Stella McCartney's fashion show, where he also performed (via TMZ). See the photo
Congratulations Dierks Bentley on opening Whiskey Row!," Morris posted on Instagram. "You always throw a damn good party, and I haven't sung 'Strawberry Wine' since I was 10."
Jon Pardi, the Brothers Osborne, Cole Swindell, and Morris's fiance Ryan Hurd himself, also performed at the Whiskey Row launch. See fan footage of the performancehere.
Also taking place in New York will be the annual The Roots Jam Session at the Gramercy Theater from January 24-27, a GRAMMY tradition held the week leading up to music's biggest night.
The Irving Plaza lineup: January 24: Thirty Seconds to Mars January 25: The National January 26: Eminem January 27: Childish Gambino January 28: Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds Read morehere.
Hill shared a moment from the "fight" on Instagram, with each side dousing the other in big piles of snow. "Kiss You're forgiven," she shared on the followup post, featuring the couple kissing and making up after exchanging snow blows.
See the postshere.
The film will be directed by Director X, who has made music videos for Drake and Justin Bieber, reports Deadline. Trevor Jackson (Grown-ish) is attached to star as Youngblood Priest while Jason Mitchell (who played Eazy-E in Straight Outta Compton) will play Eddie.
Jackson's character is a cocaine dealer attempting to leave the drug business. In addition to Future, famed producer Joel Silver (Lethal Weapon, The Matrix) will back the project.
"Super Fly is about pulling off the ultimate hustle to get out of the game," Director X said. "Our goal is to make it modern to make a movie where the style, the art direction, the camera movements are all part of what makes the movie Super Fly." Read morehere.
French Montana and The Weeknd each gave $100,000 to the initiative, bringing the total celebrity haul to $400,000 and counting. Diddy's contribution includes $100,000 from his spirits label Ciroc, plus a matching donation from his own checkbook.
"I've always said my purpose is to inspire and empower the next generation to become great leaders - and to honor their hustle along the way," Diddy said in a statement. "In addition to passing the torch to French, I'm showing my support for the work he is doing in Uganda. Not only will Ciroc be donating $100,000 to support the organization Mama Hope, I am matching the donation so that our stories and successes can benefit as many people as possible." Read morehere.
"Despacito"- Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee Feat. Justin Bieber": You probably heard Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's 'Despacito" everywhere you went this past year. The track was co-written by Fonsi, Daddy Yankee, and Erika Ender. The song became the ultimate hit when Justin Bieber was thrown into the mix. "Despacito" earned the Puerto Rican singer and rapper a No. 1 smash which was also named the most streamed song of 2017.
"That's What I Like" Bruno Mars: Bruno Mars' 'That's What I Like" was the second single to be released from his 24K Magic album. The singer-songwriter's certified-platinum R&B track is a flashback to the early '90s. We agree with Vulture when they say, "You'll probably hear it at weddings forever." Mars has earned a total of six nominations at this year's GRAMMYs. See who else made the list
From Kesha to Lil Yachty, Gemini features a legit who's who of stars. Other guests on Macklemore's first solo studio album without Ryan Lewis in over a decade include Skylar Grey, Offset, Reignwolf, Xperience, and more. Gemini dropped back in September with "Glorious" as the lead single. That was followed up with "Marmalade" featuring Lil Yachty. And now, Gemini's latest single, "Good Old Days" featuring Kesha, has been received with overwhelmingly positive reviews.
Radio.com had the chance to catch up with Macklemore recently and decided to play a game of Three Words with the star. We asked Mack to describe not only collaborators but also some fellow stars in just three words! Watch the exclusive interviewhere.