"What the judge is saying is that if own a corporation or a company, you can hire people, use these people to facilitate your sexual abuse, use them to facilitate victims," said Robson's attorney Vince Finaldi, who plans to appeal. "So long as you're the sole owner of that corporation, the corporation can't be held liable."
The Jackson estate's attorney Howard Weitzman was pleased with the court's decision. "In my opinion, Mr. Robson's allegations, made 20-plus years after they supposedly occurred and years after Mr. Robson testified twice under oath -- including in front of a jury -- that Michael Jackson had never done anything wrong to him was always about the money rather than a search for the truth." Read morehere.
Drizzy then shared a photo of himself next to an audio board. "Like never before" is the simple caption for the shot in the booth, which actually sounds a lot like a Drake album or song title.
Time will reveal what exactly the 6 God is cooking up over the holiday season. Until then check out both of the photos that the Canadian rap star shared via social mediahere.
The pop superstar has shared a glimpse of the studio sessions that went into the making of the not-so-subtle jab at Kanye West in a new video teaser that has gone online.
In the new clip Swift and Antonoff are seen working on the Reputation track, with the pop singer playing keyboards. Watch a stream of the teaser videohere.
As her career moves forward full steam ahead, another single is on the way. On Friday (Dec 22), she will be releasing a new track called "Bartier Cardi" featuring 21 Savage.
Cardi announced the release date and shared the cover art for the single on Twitter: she's pictured reclining on a leather couch wearing a silk robe and lingerie. See cover art for Cardi's next singlehere.
I was working on some monosynth sounds one night and randomly started playing the beginning of the "Game of Thrones" theme. It was fun, so I started recording it, taking the medieval-sounding parts of that arrangement and interpreting them as synth patches. The more layers I tracked, the more it reminded me of "Stranger Things", so I started to dial in those kinds of sounds and worked them into the chords and time signature of the "Game of Thrones" theme.
It really came together quickly. I sent it to Athena and asked her to vocalize the melody. She didn't seem too interested since she hadn't seen either Stranger Things or Game of Thrones at the time. A bit discouraged, I shelved the idea until late one night after we finished another song and I brought up the ProTools session with the tracks. She was ready to crash, but seemed to get an idea on how to vocalize it and hopped up to grab the mic. She did it in just a few minutes. Her voice instantly transformed the track from a quirky little experiment into something that fit our sound and paid tribute to two cool series that would normally be separated by a significant amount of space and time. It happened so quickly. We have thrown away other songs after spending much more time on them that that. There's a certain truth in that experience that bleeds over into other aspects of life.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and watch the videoright here!
The collaboration didn't end there. Now Khalid and Imagine Dragons have released a studio version of that ingenious medley for fans to stream. Inspired by the song's melodic similarities, the mash-up makes hay of the lines "Thunder" and "Young Dumb," striking a balance between the Dragons' pop-rock and Khalid's smooth R&B.
It sounded great live at the AMAs but fans of both artists can appreciate the polished studio record. Listen to a stream of the new studio version of the medleyhere.
Don't let the title fool you into thinking it's just a retread of the original mixtape. Merry Christmas Lil Mama Re-Wrapped features nine brand new tracks. And, like last year, they're all free.
Among the guests on the mixtape include comedian Hannibal Burress, with rapper Common and actress Lena Waithe (best known for her role on Aziz Ansair's Master of None) playing drums. Get in the holiday spirit with Chance, Jeremih and friendshere.
The record will be the follow-up to Culture, which came out in January 2017. "Stir Fry" is an upbeat track that features a shuffling beat, whistling samples, and spare, textural and melodic keyboards. While most of the song is rapped, a few short sections are sung. The lyrical wordplay in the tune touches on cash, fashion, girls, static, dancing and dead guys.
"Money's changing colors like tie-dye/ I'm just trying to get it, I ain't tryin' to die/ She got a bigger onion bowl that make the world cry," the group raps. The chorus for the song is simple, repetitious and catchy: "In the kitchen, wrist twist it like a stir fry (whip it)." Listenhere.
Gwen's arrangement ditches New Wave synthesizers in favor of plucky So-Cal guitar vibes and a string section. "To write and be part of [fans'] holidays … musically, that would be my dream," Stefani told host Jimmy Fallon. "It kind of sounds like a No Doubt record in a way."
Gwen got into the Christmas spirit with a flowing see-through floor-length gown and strands of garland all over the stage, as snowflake graphics fell behind her. Watch Gwen perform "Last Christmas"here.
The country couple raised eyebrows a few weeks back with a pair of much more risque maternity shots, including one featuring the pair topless. "Decided to throw some clothes on for this one," Hubbard joked in the photo caption for the new image. "You're welcome Mom."
Hayley Hubbard shared her own image from the same photo shoot after a quick outfit change to sport a flowing white gown. "Still waiting on this little one to arrive, and Harley is SO excited to be a big brother," she captioned, referencing the couple's dog. "Can't wait to see when she decides to join us!" See all the photoshere.
The new promo clip captures the group dealing with the rigors of the road, including photo shoots, fan meet and greets, and doing shots backstage with the crew.
Old D will be living out the video early next year, launching their Happy Endings Tour in February. In the meantime, watch the new video for "Written in the Sand"here.
"I thought for sure it was just about how I found a place in the world, which was worth fighting for, which was the music scene that I come from," singer Chris Carrabba told Zane Lowe in a recent interview. "But then the political climate has changed in such a way that, almost days after writing that song, America started to feel really regressive somehow. And all these great strides we made during the last administration had been threatened to be undone and I realized that people have beliefs worth protecting, worth standing up for and I found a residence in that."
"We Fight" is taken from the band's forthcoming full-length, Crooked Shadows, due to debut Feb. 9. Dashboard Confessional will support the album with a slew of live dates in the new year, launching the band's headlining tour March 20 in Houston, TX. Check out the new cliphere.
The singer's performance came during the massive two-hour season finale of the competition singing show, where twenty-three-year-old psychedelic rock singer Chloe Kohanski from Nashville, Tenn., was crowned champion. It was yet another victory for Team Blake. The evening also featured performances from Charlie Puth, Demi Lovato, N.E.R.D and Sia. Plus guest spots from Vince Gill, Jessie J, Billy Idol, Norah Jones and more.
Clarkson was surely getting comfortable on The Voice set, as she's prepping to join the show as one of the coaches next season. Check out her performancehere.
"After a year of peaks and valleys (remember, it's all a journey), I wanted to end 2017 with a fun, triumphant piece of pop candy," Perry shared on Instagram regarding the new clip. "Just think of it as a glam little stocking stuffer from me to you.
"'Hey Hey Hey' is one of my favorite songs from 'Witness' and for me, it embodies the fighting spirit I always want you to be able to find within yourself, and to see in me. So ho, ho, ho; and hey, hey, hey; and happy holidays." Watch ithere.
The glam shot finds the two back-lit in front of a window, with Payne looking sharp in a suit and turtleneck of which Drake would surely approve. Ora is looking lovely in a dark pink dress with black trim.
Fans immediately deluged Payne's Twitter timeline demanding answers behind the mysterious image with on particular response seeming to sum up the overall reaction: "I FELL OUT OF MY CHAIR WHAT DOES THIS MEAN."
Time will reveal if he makes an appearance in the movie, or the more likely scenario that he has a song on the soundtrack, possibly with Ora. See the image and speculate for yourselfhere.
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