Page Too Report for 12/15/2017
"I'm pretty sure dis is very old or fake," Grande shared with a photo from a fan site claiming to show the singer working on new music. "If u wanted confirmation I've been working why didn't you just ask?"
The singer followed by sharing a video from a recording studio, where she's crafting a new set of bangers for a future release. See fan captures of the Instagram storyhere.
Bryan surprised patients with live performances of songs including "Play It Again," and "Huntin', Fishin', and Lovin' Every Day," and passed out tablets and noise-canceling headphones among other gifts.
"I think Musicians on Call, just the whole fabric of what it's about, me being a musician, being able to participate, knowing that this is going on in so many hospital rooms across the country," Bryan said in a video message. "Knowing that this is spreading so much love and joy and making so many people hopefully have a better day." Read morehere.
Smith performed the holiday tune during a recent visit to the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge this past Wednesday (Dec. 13), where the singer revealed that he's not exactly a fan of Christmas songs.
"I don't really like Christmas songs," he shared during the interview. "I'm such a Scrooge when it comes to Christmas songs because I worked in Clinton Cards (a UK chain) when I was a kid and they just ruined these Christmas songs for me."
Smith recorded a version of the song back in 2014, which peaked at No. 90 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it the only time the track has hit the charts. The singer stuck around to sing his latest single, "One Last Song," which he describes as the last tune written about the ex that inspired most of his debut, In the Lonely Hour. Watch both performanceshere.
Cabello teased the track in the final trailer for the movie, which is set to debut on Netflix Dec. 22. The movie soundtrack, featuring Migos, Future, Bastille, Sam Hunt and more, drops tomorrow (Dec. 15).
Check out an online stream of "Crown", the latest from the former Fifth Harmony singerhere.
The luxury ride wasn't all Cardi B had in store for her future hubby. She also plunked down big bucks to buy her man a glittery new watch. Cardi B surprised Offset with his fancy birthday gifts during a star-studded party at The MacArthur in downtown Los Angeles, with fellow rap stars Lil Yachty, Big Sean, and G-Eazy among the guests.
Watch the moment Cardi B presented Offset with his new Rolls Royce, which contains brief profanity, in the videohere.
While he makes sure to play to a hardcore base hungry for more gross-out humor, larger-than-life boasts and intricate story-telling, this more mature Slim Shady takes time to atone for some past sins and trying to make amends for his younger self.
As a result, the album is a purposely mixed bag that covers a wide range over its 19 tracks. There's a lot to take in here, to say the least. With A-list features including Ed Sheeran, P!nk and Beyonce, Revival feels like a huge-tent show that will likely have a very long life over the course of its singles. These are Radio.com's favorite songs on Eminem's Revival.
"Untouchable": Slim Shady is in classic form, using his platform as the biggest white rapper of all-time to take dead-eyed aim at white privilege over a sample of Cheech and Chong's 1974 Up in Smoke jam, "Earache My Eye." Em hits his signature roller-coaster cadence while addressing "crooked cops" and "Congress" throughout the brutal rap.
"Like Home" featuring Alicia Keys: This massive power ballad finds Eminem lining up Donald Trump in his lyrical cross-hairs, calling out the American president for "tryin' to divide us" and not denouncing the Klu Klux Klan "cause they play golf with ya." Alicia Keys provide the catchy hook in the chorus and presumably the huge piano melody that powers the song.
"Offended": Eminem shows off his lyrical dexterity on this fiery track, shooting rapid-fire verses of tongue-twisting rhymes over a sparse horn sample and rumbling drums. Fans of hearing Em flex his muscles on the mic will likely gravitate to the hard-hitting track. This one is for the real rap heads. See what other tracks made the cuthere.
The television show stems from the popular segment which originated on The Late Late Show with James Corden and is hosted by Method Man and Hailey Baldwin.
Brady tends to catch the "Good Company" singer off guard during the segment, but to his credit, he does have an extensive background in improv, which seems like good prep for rap battling. Watch it all go downhere.
Swindell has decided to put his own acoustic twist on the track that he co-wrote for Bryan's 2013 album, Crash My Party. Since the start of his career, Swindell has released a record-breaking seven No. 1 singles and continues to write some of the genre's biggest hits.
Watch Cole Swindell's performance of "Beer in the Headlights"here.
The album's worth of new material, dubbed Cuffing Season – 12 Days Of Christmas is in addition to the 45 tracks found on the original version of Heartbreak On A Full Moon.
That's a lot of music. See the tracklist for the new tuneshere.
The rapper eased into his new single 'Like Them." The somewhat romantic song has a slow jam vibe, and features Tory Lanez, whose sound is reminiscent of the magic of old school R&B.
With a smooth and steady base line and lyrics like 'I need a chick like you, so I don't rock with chicks like them," we know that the singer is looking for a certain kind of woman.
He goes on to explain what it is about her that makes her different. "Like Them" will be on his new album, Pressure, which hit stores today, Friday, Dec. 15. Watch the performancehere.
The track features Spanish verses delivered by Latin acts Nicky Jam and Ozuna. The song moves effortlessly back and forth between English and Spanish, with the artists seamlessly handing off to each other as they decide who is the biggest "Rockstar"
Jam says, "A Panamanera (Porsche), an F12 in front of my house/ Gucci, Ferragamo, I buy the whole plaza/ Fine for the short rats that hunt you/ Thousands of hypocrites who come and hug you/ I live life like a king/ Kilos of music from MedellĂn to Monterrey/ Always crossing all the limits of the law/ My movie is always in play/ I live life like a rockstar."
Ozuna responds, "Okay, you are the ones who have the most/ But let's go by the numbers and you will see that you are my children/ What I buy myself is not to border you/ Is for me to take your wife in the Mercedes." The track is set to drop on all platforms Dec. 15, take a listenhere.
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