"7AM N THE STUDIO!," Lil Jon shared on Instagram with a photo from the studio session, shouting out Usher, DJ Kronik and most interestingly, Skippy peanut butter, which was tagged in the post.
The rapper is also holding a big jar of the peanut butter in the photo, suggesting that perhaps they're working on a new ad campaign. Time will tell. In the meantime, check out Lil John's posthere.
A first bail request was denied by the judge who sentenced him--whom Mill's attorneys have sought to have removed from the case. The latest denial came Wednesday (Dec. 6) from the Pennsylvania Superior Court, according to Billboard.
Mill's attorneys say they will continue pursuing avenues for his freedom. Read morehere.
And is taken from the singer's recently-released live concert film, Carrie Underwood: The Storyteller Tour - Stories In The Round, Live from Madison Square Garden.
The warm, nostalgic montage chronicles the country star's family life, with intimate photos featuring husband Mike Fisher, son Isaiah and even the dogs, Ace and Penny. Watch ithere.
Sia has responded to the article in a series of Tweets, echoing some of the writer's same concerns. "This article poses a question I have asked myself often. I do check in with Maddie weekly about whether she wants this, and assure her if she ever wants it to stop it stops," Sia wrote. "It's a conversation we should all be having. Not just myself but all directors, stage parents and agents with their children, clients, charges. Maddie was already famous when I discovered her, but I have certainly expanded her exposure and feel responsible for that. I feel very protective of her and my goal is to empower her in whatever choices she makes."
"Some would argue a teenager can't or shouldn't be charged with making sound choices for themselves and so I do try to choose the best for her always. But I think this is an important conversation," the singer added, along with a link to the article. "What I learned from Maddie is that fame affects her differently than how it affected me. I can only trust that she is telling me the truth. If that changes, we stop." See the tweetshere.
Like the song, the clip features both Cardi B and Nicki Minaj. The video was directed by Bradley & Pablo alongside Migos' Quavo and features the Atlanta trio hanging out in luxury vehicles.
Culture II is reportedly scheduled to drop in January 2018. Currently, the clip is an Apple Music exclusive. Read morehere.
The star's wife captioned the photo with only kissing lips emojis, as she's kissing Memphis' cheek in the pic. Memphis, already with a full head of dark hair, is seen staring at the camera in the sweet image.
"I won't overload y'all with pictures (although it's hard not to) My heart is just so full!!!," she captioned another photo. Memphis Aldean was born Friday, Dec. 1, weighing 9 lbs., 5 oz. Check out the shotshere.
"Hubs is a photographer," the singer captioned the set. Evans shared just one image of the couple sharing an intimate moment in the surf with the simple caption of "I do."
The country singers were married on the beach in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico on Saturday (Dec. 2). Check out their photoshere.
Opening with a series of images taken from violent street clashes, the video pauses for a monologue from boxer Mike Tyson before cutting to a new routine from Mette Towley, the dancer from N.E.R.D's previous video, "Lemon," featuring Rhianna.
N.E.R.D's No One Ever Really Dies is due to debut Dec. 15. Watch the "1000" video, which contains explicit language,here.
While they were in the studio, the ladies also sang a cover of "Feels," the Calvin Harris' summer hit featuring Katy Perry, Pharrell and Big Sean. The ladies teased a snippet of the harmonized cover on Twitter.
In addition to the contemporary pop songs, 5H recorded a holiday single for Spotify: "Can You See." Last week, Miley Cyrus gave the streaming service her take on "Sleigh Ride" and more stay tuned for other famous covers of Christmas classics in December. Listen to the latest from Fifth Harmonyhere.
The new album features Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole on the track "American Dream," Kodak Black and YG on the title track, and Puff Daddy on the previously released "Bottles Up."
Other guests include 2 Chainz, Rick Ross and Trey Songz. Check out the full tracklist and guest listinghere.
The singer was raised primarily by his single mother, with Jeremy mostly out of the picture through Justin's childhood. In a new Instagram post, Bieber pays tribute to his dad and hints that their complicated relationship is on the mend.
"I️ love continuing to get to know my father I️ love working through hard things to get to the good things," he wrote. "Relationships are worth fighting for especially with family!! Love you forever and always daddy!"
The post includes a photo of Justin and Jeremy walking down the street together, taken from behind. Justin's conciliatory attitude dovetails with his recent spiritual awakening: It's not unusual to catch him and on-off flame Selena Gomez at a church service together. See the heartfelt social media messagehere.
Before sitting for an interview with Pratt (over Tennessee whiskey), the pair joined forces for an inspired take on Jennifer Warnes and Bill Medley's timeless 1987 classic, "(I've Had) The Time of My Life," from the Dirty Dancing soundtrack.
While Pratt is hardly a trained vocalist, Stapleton's honey-sweet vocals more than carried the comedic performance. Pratt's action-hero training came in handy towards the end, as he played the Patrick Swayze role by lifting Stapelton over his head (with a little help from some purposefully cheesy special effects). Watch how it all went downhere.
"My hope for every album is to put songs out that drive people to want to come see the shows and drives people to want to listen to it on the radio and have these songs incorporated in their life," Bryan tells Radio.com. "I always want to have a roller coaster of emotions through the albums. The sad songs, the love songs, the happy songs, the drinking songs, the party songs."
Bryan wrote seven of the album's 15 songs and he gives fans insight into his personal life and musical journey throughout What Makes You Country.
"My main thing is, you just want to write songs that are true and real to your life that your fans will truly relate to and believe," he explains. "I love scouring the town of Nashville and trying to find those diamonds in the rough, but it's also fun to sit in the room and put my stamp on things . . . That moment when you're watching your fans take in an emotional song, a song that's truly touching them, it's a pretty powerful moment when you have your fans connecting to you in a sentimental and emotional way like that." Read morehere.
"Please sign this with me!" Adele urged her fans. "We need your help to sign and spread the petition and encourage others to do the same. It's been almost 6 months now, we must keep on talking about what is still not happening."
This is Adele's latest effort to help secure justice for those affected by the 24-story apartment building fire, which killed 71 residents. The singer raised money for the families while on tour, hosted a screening of Despicable Me 3 for the children and brought tea and cake for the firefighters. Read morehere.
The "Bodak Yellow" rapper made the generous offer during a recent Capital FM interview with DJ Manny Norte in London. She said that if given the chance, she'd happily perform at the wedding, and wouldn't even think of charging for it.
"Why would you charge them?," Cardi responded when asked if she'd do it. "It's like, oh snap, have you performed for a future king?" Read morehere.
Cookie mix, a cookie cutter, three icing pens (red, brown, and yellow), as well as candy beads in assorted colors are all included. Yes, that's right: A$AP Rocky has his very own line of gingerbread cookies.
The cookie kits are made in partnership with the company It'Sugar, and run a reasonable $10.99. All of the proceeds will be donated to Always Strive and Prosper Foundation. Read morehere.
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