Page Too Report for 12/10/2017
On the track, Quavo wonders if a girl he's met is "for keeps" or just a passing fling. In her lyrically graphic verse, Nicki makes it clear that she's the total package -- definitely for keeps.
"Pull off in that GT with some Seagram's Ginger Ale/ Tell that b—- I'm Oprah, she couldn't even be Gail/ I'm Nicki, when will these girls ever see/ You will never be Nicki, and that's the real key-key." Listen to the explicit trackhere.
According to pretax earnings between June 1, 2016 and June 1, 2017, Diddy cleared $130 million, with most of his wealth coming from the sale of a portion of his Sean John fashion line, his Ciroc vodka deal and this year's Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour.
Drake followed Queen Bey with $95 million and The Weeknd came in at number four with $92 million. View Forbes' top 10 highest-paid musicians of 2017here.
Fortunately, Horan had a clean Boston Bruins jersey with his name on the back, and the boys were able to hit an Irish pub even though Sheeran looked like a Horan fanboy.
Last week (Dec. 7), Horan shared the story on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and to back up his tale he showed a photo of Sheeran in the black and yellow jersey. "As if we weren't already recognizable enough," Horan joked.
In addition to being interviewed by Fallon, Horan took the Tonight Show stage for the third time this year to sing "Too Much To Ask," from his post-One Direction album Flicker, which came out in October. Watch Horan's interview with Fallon and check out the singer's performance of "Too Much To Ask"here.
The party starts at 8 p.m. EST Dec. 31 on ABC, with Ryan Seacrest hosting and Ciara on West Coast duty three hours later in Hollywood. More performers will be announced at a later date.
Sugarland and Nick Jonas have responded to the special New Year's Eve festivities reveal via their social media. See the tweetshere.
Can't Communicate was inspired by all of the frustrations and feelings that come along with feeling like I'm unable to communicate. Writing this song, I had an extremely hard time being honest with myself because I was so scared that If I was honest and said what I was really feeling out loud, it would make it real. I had an overwhelming feeling of guilt writing this song because I had to acknowledge a disconnect between my best friend and I. My best friend, and love of my life who had gone through thick and thin with me and showed more unwavering support then I had ever experienced and I was unhappy and had never felt more alone. It was terrifying. It's like having everything you've ever known and believed in getting shaken up and just trying to rewind and feel happy again. It's hard to open up and be vulnerable when you lack that sense of connection. We both were in a place where we were unable to effectively communicate what we were feeling and so we would just sit and watch a show and carry on our day in the same space without making any genuine human connection. When you're with someone for a while, a lot can get taken for granted. You stop wanting to learn about each other, and you get comfortable and you just don't make that same effort to connect and understand how the other person feels or sees things. In my head during this time, all that I could think about were of all the memories and amazing moments we shared in life, and I kept wondering how on earth we got to where we were and was scared we would never feel that way towards each other again. All I wanted to do was tear my head open and feel. The lyrics focused on objects and movements because at the time, it was the best way I knew how to communicate. Language felt impossible to use because we weren't speaking the same one so I clung to physical representations of our emotions and relationship and it helped me to heal and learn. In the music video, we focused on only the good memories and things that are actually true to us in our relationship to represent all the moments we both clung to to get through it. There's nothing to be ashamed of when it comes to falling apart with someone, it allows you to finally fall back together. I'm grateful that I have someone in life to experience everything with because It's not always going to be perfect but we'll always remember when communication breaks down, that we're on the same team. We both want the same things. We both want to see each other happy in life. Filming the scene in my head and breaking out of my head was beyond satisfying and needed because you never get to do it that way in real life. It felt like a long time coming, but everything takes time and patience, and a bit of communication.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen and watch for yourself here and learn more about the duoright here!
The colorful new clip finds the singer downing pints and shots with his buddies as the club-hop across town, all the while trying to erase the memory of an ex from his mind.
"I wrote this song about a time in my life when I was going out partying every night," the singer shared in an interview (via Genius). "In hindsight throughout that time I was pretty numb and just going through the motions. Deep down it was always in the back of my mind that what I really missed was the girl that I loved." Watch the videohere.
The dynamic duo have united on a brand new joint track, "Um Yea," , which contains explicit lyrics, taken from the new Quality Control mixtape, Control The Streets.
Control The Streets is the same mixtape that features the Nick Minaj and Quavo from Migos collaboration, "She for Keeps." Listen to Listen to the new collaborative trackhere.
"I let Drake hear it, and Drake was like, 'Yo, this song is crazy,' and he ended up hopping on that joint," Mike Will Made It told L.A. Leakers about the track during an interview earlier this year.
Hear Drake's fiery verse on the explicit new track via the online stream of "Bring it Back"here.
The new clip features a torrent of Polaroid pictures of Luke Bryan fans from around the country. There are plenty of candid shots from Bryan's own life mixed in for good measure.
The 15-track album was released this past Friday (December 8th) Watch the video and see if you're among the fans featured in Luke Bryant's latest,here.
The song finds the rapper going on about the temporary highs of a night spent drinking, while Puth serves as the voice of reason singing the hook, "I know that I'll regret this when it's over."
The dramatic new tune is the latest advance from G-Eazy's forthcoming double-album, The Beautiful &Damned, which is set to debut Dec. 15. Check out the trackhere.
"It's extremely cold outside, but it hasn't seemed to stop the spirit of giving," Chance said at the onset of his weather report. With a quick bit of advice from the regular weatherman ("smile, be relatively sexy like I am, and then just read some numbers and you're good to go"), Chance the weatherman jumped right into the report.
Chance would also sit down with the show's hosts for an interview, talking about everything that's happened in his career this year as well as a discussion regarding his ongoing efforts to raise money and support Chicago public schools. See Chance's weather report and interviewhere.
"He's changed my entire life. He cooks for me and taught me how to cook," she told Entertainment Tonight. "He taught me how you can feel better if you eat healthier and exercise — even mentally.
"After my second (vocal chord) surgery, I went into this dark place and he was like, 'You want to workout?' and I was like, 'No, but OK.' But now I love it. I'm obsessed with it, and I've never felt better." Read morehere.
During a recent concert in Chicago, JAY-Z sent good vibes in Kanye's direction after he performed "Can't Tell Me Nothing." "Shout out Kanye West. Peace and love," he told the crowd. "That was for you, Chi-town."
The onstage comment in Kanye's hometown echoes statements from Jay's late-November interview. "I [talked to] Kanye the other day, just to tell him, like, he's my brother," Jay told the Times. "I love Kanye. I do. It's a complicated relationship with us."
Jay remains optimistic about returning to the friendship. "In the long relationship, you know, hopefully when we're 89 we look at this six months or whatever time [of friction] and we laugh at that," he said. "You know what I'm saying? There's gonna be complications in the relationship that we have to get through." Watch the concert moment in Chicagohere.
The producer told Complex how they reconnected, 'I had been gone. I just missed working with him in that capacity because, through the years, I've been doing my own thing. He had started a project, I came home, and it was a couple of things that contributed to me staying. I just was like, 'Man, you know what, this album…' I told him I wanted to go back to where 'I'm making the music, you're writing the songs.' You know what I mean? I wanted to just go back to have that feeling. I missed working with my friend."
Porter would go on to produce three songs on the project, including 'Untouchable," which has just been released. He explained that it started off with an idea Em had, adding, 'and he's really good at that. Sometimes he'll have an idea and say, 'Oh, OK, let's just work this out.' So he brought this idea and was like, 'Yo, I always wanted to do this,' and he just built from there." Read morehere.
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