Page Too Report for 08/13/2017
The one hour and forty-five-minute set includes "Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels),"Ready to Start," "Reflektor," "Rebellion (Lies)," and "The Suburbs," which the band dedicated to David Bowie.
The encore finds the band covering John Lennon's "Mind Games," with bits of Radiohead's "Karma Police," Bowie's "Oh! You Pretty Things," and the band's own "Wake Up," mixed in. Check out the band's full sethere.
The office released transcripts from a conversation between Knight, his attorney Matthew Fletcher and other parties in which the individuals appear to consider bribery.
Knight is charged with murder for a 2015 incident. He allegedly ran into two men with his truck outside of a Compton, CA burger stand after an argument on the set of the movie Straight Outta Compton. One of the men died.
Individuals on the calls discuss a figure for the bribes, upwards of $25,000. Knight and Fletcher allegedly hoped the witnesses (bikers who were near the scene) would support Suge's claim that the victims were armed, and that he acted in self-defense. Read morehere.
That apparently is true. Fans recently shared photos of Grohl in the crowd at Metallica's Rose Bowl concert in Pasadena, CA (via Consequence of Sound).
"One of lots of reasons to love Dave Grohl: Dave Grohl standing in the crowd at a Metallica concert, just like an ordinary dude," tweeted a fan account. Check out the photoshere.
She marked the release of the new studio effort with an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where she performed her new single, "Praying."
The singer delivered the song with an emotional intensity that made it perfectly clear every word came from the heart. Watch the intense performancehere.
"I'm just devastated. Absolutely devastated. It's been so hard these past several years knowing what he's been going through," Tucker said. "My heart just breaks. Glen and I shared some incredible, precious memories together for a long time.
"There were some ups and downs and, of course, all the downs were played out in the press [the two dated in the early 80s]. We both got past all that. Forgiveness is a wonderful thing. It's why I'm releasing 'Forever Loving You' in memory of Glen and for all of those who are losing or have lost someone they love. I'll forever love you, Glen." Stream the songhere.
He also announced a new run of headlining tour dates with Michael Ray, LANCO and Ryan Hurd. The tour kicks off on November 3 in Fayetteville, NC.
The "Small Town Boy," singer shared his big news about the forthcoming album and supporting tour via a Facebook live video, which fans can streamhere.
Directed by Stack Moses, the video features women in bejeweled masks, panthers prowling around and abstract nature shots. Montana even appears in a few shots, while smoking and contemplating life.
Watch an online stream of the "White Dress" music videohere.
Directed by JMP, the video depicts the rapper in a prison yard with a group of inmates dancing in the background. These clips are interspersed with shots of Carti and Vert rapping in a dark room.
The track comes from Carti's debut self-titled project that arrived earlier this year. Watch the online stream of the brand new music video for "wokeuplikethis*"here.
In the video, the rapper invites fans and pretty women into his pink trap house. Directed by H Dot Ross, the visual shows off the exterior and interior of the Atlanta native's hot pink, graffitied house.
It is the same house that appears on the cover art for his latest album. Inside, Chainz and his friends throw around cash and have a good time. Watch "Door Swangin"here.
Lamar collaborated with pop icon Swift back in 2015 for her "Bad Blood" remix, which many fans and critics believe was a direct shot at Katy Perry. When asked about if he knew he was taking sides against Perry, Lamar joked that he had no idea at all about the fight.
"No, I wasn't aware of that, bro," Lamar laughed. "That's a great question. No! On the record, no. Which makes it even more funny now, for sure. That's far beyond my concern. I have to stay away from that, for sure. That's some real beef." Read morehere.
Directed by James Burton Jockey, the video includes behind-the-scenes footage, interviews with Jackson, his mother and his wife. "I grew up singing just about every one of these songs," Jackson said.
"And I love that sound, of that organ, and that music really stuck with me and, I'm sure, affected how I hear songs now and write songs, 'cause a lot of those old songs are really pretty, simple melodies that stick with you." Read morehere.
The track was written by Luke Dick, who also co-wrote Moore's "Magic" and "That's Alright With Me." "I was pretty quickly sucked into the feel of this song and the message behind it," Moore told Billboard. "I feel I've taken several of life's punches over the years, and it's what you do when that happens that will shape the person you become. This song was me and that's why it's the first outside song I've ever recorded."
The jangly, energetic tune is enhanced by the music video, which opens with the singer playing in a dive bar to a few disinterested people. He winds up alone drinking whiskey and smashes a guitar against the wall before falling asleep.
Moore dreams about a Jedi-like character who takes him to a place where he can "believe." Initially, the character is hesitant to join the festival of people, but by the end of the bridge, he's all in and jumping up and down on a crowded dance floor. Watch the videohere.
The black and white clip stars actress Lupita Nyong'o, who won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2013 for her as Patsey in 12 Years a Slave.
The cut is the latest track from the veteran's rapper's new album 4:44, and like its predecessors, the video is a Tidal exclusive (at least for now). Check out the previewhere.
"Jan Wenner, the founder of Rolling Stone and the boss hog at Rock and Roll of Fame, he hates freedom, he hates the Second Amendment, he hates me, because I'm on the board of directors -- quite proudly -- of the National Rifle Association for, like, twenty-six years with some of the highest votes except for Charlton Heston," Nugent told an Albany radio station. "I couldn't be more proud of that, 'cause the NRA is the ultimate family, grassroots organization that fights for the right to defend ourselves."
"What kind of numbnut would be against that?" he continued. "And so I'm on the board of directors of the NRA, Jan Wenner hates the Second Amendment, so that's the only reason I'm not in the Rock and Roll of Fame. And until they get their heads out of their ass, I'm more than happy to do what I do and do it with all the vim and vigor that I do it every night." Read morehere.
"His blend of genres created his own sound and style and his ability to entertain wasn't limited to the stage," Urban wrote. "He blazed real trails through film (and especially television) where his charismatic southern charm and personality fit perfectly."
Urban recalled the night he won his first Country Music Award. When he got a home, a fax was waiting for him from Campbell. "Welcome to the award winning world kid. You got it," Campbell said. Read morehere.
As Wiz preps his forthcoming studio album Rolling Papers 2 for a fall release, 'Something New" is the first taste of new material and features Ty Dolla $ign contributing guest vocals.
Khalifa's last blockbuster hit was 'See You Again" featuring Charlie Puth, which was released on the Furious Seven soundtrack and earned him Golden Globe and GRAMMY nominations. On 'Something New," Wiz raps about a relationship that's so comfortable, it always feels brand new. Listen to 'Something New"here.
"And I'm unapologetically in love, and that's unapologetically enough," Ballerini sings on the chorus. "No matter where it takes me, even if it breaks me, I'm unapologetically all in."
The singer also revealed the tracklist to her highly anticipated sophomore effort. Check out the stream of Ballerini's new song, and full tracklisting for the albumhere.
DeepDream is a "computer vision which uses a convolutional neural network to find and enhance patterns in images, thus creating a dream-like hallucinogenic appearance."
"In researching more about the DeepDream world, I loved the idea of letting the collective unconscious of the internet play a part in the forming the music video," said director Daniel Henry. "At any moment you can freeze frame and start to see a cryptic narrative that unfolds in infinite degrees. You might see a dog, or a dinosaur, or a dead president in these hallucinations, or it could just be projections of our inner turmoil." Watch the videohere.
Big Boi heard about the family's hardship and had a special gift. The rapper, who, moonlights as a dog breeder, gifted Abriya one of the bulldog puppies from his brood. Abriya named the puppy "King" and was overjoyed by the present.
Reporter Lori Wilson from WSBTV was there when Big Boi gave the adorable gift and tweeted "She's been wanting a puppy since b4 she was paralyzed waist down by gunfire in April. See an ATL legend make her day" watch footagehere.
That case has since been settled. 'I am so excited to have the connection with my fans again by releasing new music," Phillips said in a statement. ''Miles, is about going through change but not being alone while it's happening. Just knowing that there is always light after dark. This has been a really interesting journey and I've learned a lot personally and professionally. This is a new time and I'm excited about taking everyone along. It's good stuff!"
Phillips was the winner of the 2012 season of American Idol. His legal wrangle with 19 Entertainment started in January 2015 when he sued them for taking advantage of him. The company counter sued for breach of contract six months later. In an interview, Phillips admitted that the lawsuits took their toll on his mental health and influenced some of the material on his upcoming album.
"Sometimes you might forget about it," he told Billboard. "But it's kind of always hanging over your head or on your shoulder, a lot more than what people realize."
Phillips is currently touring with Goo Goo Dolls. Dates are scheduled through September. Listen to "Miles"here.
The video, posted last week, shows Ruiz serenading his 98-year-old grandmother, who he calls grandma Jean, to Nat King Cole's hit, "Unforgettable." It was easy to see just how much the show of love meant to her and everyone else. "I am so choked up right now," wrote one fan. "That was so beautiful."
Ruiz posted the video to celebrate his grandmother's birthday, but chose that specific song for an importantly beautiful reason. He told 1010 WINS that it's his grandmother's favorite song and that she taught him how to sing it when he was just eight-years-old.
"We made a deal that I was going to sing her that song every year for birthday," said Ruiz, "that we were going to sing it together." Read morehere.
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