The special event was the fourth annual #TEDXmas, also known as the Top Dawg Entertainment (the company that manages Lamar among others) holiday party.
Rihanna headlined the event, and during her set she and Lamar performed their hit collaboration, "LOYALTY." Rihanna also played, 'Wild Thoughts," reports Fader. Check out clips for the star collaborationhere.
The new track is her latest bid for chart success and another infectious party song which features 21 Savage supporting the "Bodak Yellow" singer on her new single.
On the track, Cardi boasts about her bedroom exploits with her fiance, Migos rapper Offset and 21 Savage chimes in with some provocative suggestions about things to do with hot sauce. Check out the explicit trackhere.
The "Smile" video features an appearance from the rapper's mom, Gloria Carter, while "Legacy" boasts a star-studded cast including Susan Sarandon and Ron Pearlman.
Watch all three of the music videos for free, which contain explicit lyrics,here.
"My mother and I, we kind of said, let's do chili dogs on Christmas Eve," Bryan explained to Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show last night (Dec. 21). "She's turning it into an all-day event. It's always been, 'Luke it's 11, now we gotta go do our chili dog shopping, and she takes me to the grocery store and it's just her time to have with me."
"She has this chili recipe that she spends so much time on it I think some of her cigarette ashes land in it," he added with a laugh. "Sorry, mama."
Bryan goes on to detail how he and his mom assemble the chili dogs with a specific kind of bun and the very necessary sprinkling of oyster crackers. Watch the complete interviewhere.
The singer made the big reveal on social media, unveiling the song titles in handwritten form on the page of a diary. The studio effort will feature 10 tracks in all.
Cabello's album, simply titled Camila, is scheduled to be released on January 12th, 2018. See the Instagram post revealing the tracklisting for the recordhere.
Sheeran has broken Spotify's 'day 1' streaming record with "Shape Of You" (6,868,642 streams) and "Castle On The Hill" (6,168,395 streams) topping One Direction's 2015 record for "Drag Me Down" (4,759,698 streams.)
The new comeback songs popularity hasn't been limited to streaming platforms with the tracks holding the No. 1 and 2 spots on iTunes in 77 markets across the world including the US and UK. If you have not already done so, you can check out the songshere.
A Facebook Live video allegedly shows Meek at the gym talking trash about fighting Drake. Mill can not be seen onscreen, but a voice comes across loud and clear.
"I'd beat Drizzy the f- up for $5 mil," he said. "Of course I would. We gonna let Nicki [Minaj] be the ring girl. Y'all come to see that fight, wouldn't y'all? Y'all'd spend $100 a ticket for that." Read morehere.
Standing shirtless against a wall, Soulja Boy addressed his fans. "I just want to send an apology," he said. "Over the past couple of months, I've been acting out, I've been wildin' out, and at the end of the day it's not about who start the beefs, it's about who end them."
He talked about the emotional state he's been in ever since his mother was taken to the hospital. Although he doesn't go into details about what sent her there, he explained that it left him feeling raw. "No amount of money, no amount of cars, no amount of fame would make me be alright, you know, with knowing my mom's sick or anything happen to my mom," he said. "I love my mother."
That love translated into acknowledging his actions in recent days. "I know she's not proud of my actions and what I've been doing recently," he said. Soulja Boy added at the end, "I want to make music with Chris Brown, Yachty, Quavo, everybody." Watch the videohere.
For those just waking up now: in case you were totally absent from social media on New Year's Eve (and if so, good for you!), Mariah Carey had a disastrous performance--or perhaps, non-performance is a better way to describe it--on Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve last night.
As CBS News reported, Carey "paced the stage without singing. It's unclear what exactly were the technical difficulties, but the disaster was obvious as it unfolded live."
Predictably, twitter erupted with mockery, including memes about 2016 claiming its final victim (Mariah Carey's career).Carey's response was a single [NSFW] tweet, "S---- happens. Have a happy and healthy new year everybody! Here's to making more headlines in 2017."Read morehere.
And while it doesn't look like he'll be working with Aphex Twin any time soon, Bieber seems likely to continue to branch out as an artist and one of the first projects might just be with 2 Chainz.
The Atlanta rapper took to Instagram on Monday to post a photo of himself standing next Bieber and he captioned it, "New music on the way ??? Take JB to the trap ???" Read morehere.
First, she took the stage with singer David Crowder. Then she performed her hit 'Something in the Water." The appearance seemed like a glowing success for all involved, but after the performance Louie Giglio, the Atlanta pastor who started the conference, was reprimanded by Wesley Wildmon, the Director of Outreach of American Family Association and Social Media Coordinator for Engage Magazine, for inviting the country superstar to perform. Wildmon's criticism was based on Underwood's support of gay marriage, USA Today reports.
Previously, Giglio was uninvited from praying the benediction at President Obama's swearing-in ceremony because of his own opposition to same-sex marriage. Read morehere.
Several of the suspects have records for armed robbery, reports the Guardian. Many were arrested in Paris, as well as Normandy and the French Riviera, and two men have been identified from fingerprints left at the apartment in which Kardashian West had been staying. Additionally, money and documents stolen from Kardashian West were found during the police raids.
Kardashian West was alone at the apartment while her German bodyguard, Pascal Duvier, was at a club with her sisters. Previous reports indicate the five men threatened the night porter with a knife, forcing him to show them where she was staying. Read morehere.
Following the opening show at the Pinnacle Bank Arena, Church stopped in Grand Forks, N.D. at its Ralph Engelstad Arena on Saturday, Jan. 14 and Sioux Falls, S.D. at its Denny Sanford Premier Center on Sunday, Jan. 15, totaling 38,200 fans to whom the tenacious country rocker played.
Performing more than 90 songs and over nine hours in just one weekend, Church and his "superb" (Lincoln Journal Star) band played two complete sets of old and new favorites each night that brought, as the Lincoln Journal Star puts it, "a swinging ode to the power of 'Jack Daniels' complete with shots, small town stories ΰ la 'Homeboy' and salutes to 'Talladega' that became a singalong, and a beer-glasses-held-high 'Pledge Allegiance to The Hag.'"
Seven-year-old girl Xia Vigor was booked on the Philippine TV show Your Face Sounds Familiar Kids, a talent show competition in which children imitate their favorite stars.
The British Filipina contestant nailed Swift's "You Belong to Me" and delivered the song with all the gestures, winks and stage moves of her hero. Clearly, she's been studying hard. Watch ithere.
The episode focused on Jackson's infamous road trip from New York to Los Angeles with Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando after the 9/11 attacks. In addition to Joseph Fiennes playing Jackson, the show, which was scheduled to air January 19, featured Stockard Channing as Taylor and Brian Cox as Brando.
"It angers me to see how obviously intentional it was for them to be this insulting, not just towards my father, but my godmother Liz as well," Paris tweeted. Read the network's statement about the cancelationhere.
And during his set he was joined by Dave Chappelle for several covers, including Nirvana's "Come As You Are." A fan captured the event on video. Mayer does the heavy lifting, but Chappelle participates between sips of his drink.
Mayer will release his new album four songs at a time over the next few months, instead of putting out all the tracks at once. The first batch of songs will come out January 20, reports NME. Check out Mayer and Chappellehere.
Geri Halliwell (Ginger), Emma Bunton (Baby) and Melanie Brown (Scary) formed a spin-off called GEM, while Victoria Beckham (Posh) and Mel C (Sporty) opted out.
It was widely assumed that Posh was too busy with her fashion empire, while Sporty said the time just wasn't right. The two holdouts gave a performance together at the Beckham's New Year's Eve Party, where they fittingly sang "2 Become 1," sending a message of solidarity to the Spice Girls who "reunited" without them.
True to form, Sporty carries the vocal responsibilities while Posh kind of dances and encourages her former bandmate. The private event footage surfaced on YouTube as a compilation of Snapchats, which reveal that Mel also sang Sia's "Cheap Thrills" to ring in 2017. Read more and watch the performancehere.
TMZ's cameras caught up with Bieber on January 21st, when he shared his rather blunt opinion about The Weeknd's music. Asked if he listened to any of the pop star's songs, Bieber replied, "Hell no I can't listen to a Weeknd song. That s-'s wack."
The Weeknd and Gomez were initially photographed getting quite close earlier in January. They haven't officially declared their relationship status yet, but that didn't stop The Weeknd's ex-girlfriend Bella Hadid from unfollowing Gomez on Instagram. Read morehere.
here. The story surfaced earlier in the week when Palmer took to Instagram to share her story. She goes more in depth on the topic in a new interview with Larry King. Palmer was attending a New Year's Eve party when a video shoot began. Palmer was asked to participate and declined. "I wasn't in the right mind. I had been drinking and eating and it wasn't a professional environment," she said. "It was not a place where I was, like, I'm in the right mind to decide if this works with my brand, if I like the artist." The singer and actress, who does not appear on the song in question, felt she was a victim of "sexual intimidation." "I feel, as a female, often I'm put in situations where sometimes males will use their masculinity, their sexuality, to taunt you," she told King. Watch a clip from the interview
The story surfaced earlier in the week when Palmer took to Instagram to share her story. She goes more in depth on the topic in a new interview with Larry King.
Palmer was attending a New Year's Eve party when a video shoot began. Palmer was asked to participate and declined. "I wasn't in the right mind. I had been drinking and eating and it wasn't a professional environment," she said. "It was not a place where I was, like, I'm in the right mind to decide if this works with my brand, if I like the artist."
The singer and actress, who does not appear on the song in question, felt she was a victim of "sexual intimidation." "I feel, as a female, often I'm put in situations where sometimes males will use their masculinity, their sexuality, to taunt you," she told King. Watch a clip from the interview
Drake spoke with University of Kentucky college basketball head coach John Calipari on his podcast and discussed his future plans. "Acting is another thing that I just can't wait to really dive into," he said.
"I think after I release 'More Life', which is this playlist I'm working on and finish this tour. I think I'm going to really start to position myself in the acting world and, hopefully, take some great roles." Read morehere.
An obviously beaten Ramsay posted a disturbing video claiming he was robbed and saying 'You're just stupid," to his assailant. When the producer learned that Keef was incarcerated he went to Instagram again to share his thoughts.
"It's real sad to see my black community condone home invasion and armed robbery with a deadly assault (he) hit me in the face with an AK-47," Ramsay said, "Now that he's locked up because he chose to make that stupid decision, come into my house and do that, I'm the bad guy for putting him in jail? It's real life you can't do that." Read morehere.
The 27 year-old Syracuse University grad is just one of many bestowed the honor of being named an important influence in music. The list of music personalities who made this year's 30 Under 30 list includes:
Kelsea Ballerini, Alessia Cara, Daya, Desiigner, G-Eazy, Gallant, Jeremih, Logic, Maddie & Tae, Charlie Puth, Troy Sivan, Bryson Tiller, Josh and Tyler of Twenty One Pilots and Lil Yachty as well as a few young music executives. Read morehere.
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