Page Too Report for 06/18/2017
Later this month, Purple Rain will return as a deluxe edition featuring 11 previously unheard tracks. Detail-oriented people may recognize "Father's Song" from a 90-second instrumental from the movie's score. The song's hook was also used on "Computer Blues," another Purple Rain track, reports Spin.
"Father's Song" joins "Our Destiny" and "Roadhouse Garden" among the unreleased Prince tracks we've now had a chance to hear. The album's re-release will contain even more new music for Prince completists--get it next Friday. Listen to "Father's Song"here.
Now, they've released "All I Can Think About Is You," a meandering track that begins with a jam-band lack of urgency. By the final minute, Chris Martin and company have lifted the song to starry heights. After the band's recent dabblings in dance pop, fans will appreciate their return to something like "Classic Coldplay."
Kaleidoscope drops in full on July 14. The lyric video is an animated journey from single-celled organisms to the vast expanse of the universe. Listen to "All I Can Think About Is You" and watch the videohere.
Pallenberg was best known for roles in '60s classics, including Barbarella and Candy, as well as Performance, the 1970 crime drama starring Mick Jagger. The icon's offscreen paramours included two Rolling Stones: She became involved with Stones founder Brian Jones before his death in 1969, and later romanced Richards from 1967 to 1980.
"I like a high-spirited woman. And with Anita, you knew you were taking on a valkyrie -- she who decides who dies in battle," Richards wrote in his 2010 autobiography, Life. He also discussed their shared heroin addiction and penchant for living on the edge. The Stones songs 'Angie" and 'You Got the Silver" were written about Pallenberg. Read morehere.
"Writer In The Dark," is a particularly emotional song which features the lyrics, "Stood on my chest and kept me down / Hated hearing my name on the lips of a crowd' Bet you rue the day you kissed a writer in the dark."
Lorde discussed the song, telling NME, "I think that when you do this, you have to find a way to live with yourself because it's not making no one feel anything. A handful of people will listen to this album and have it sort of get them [in the gut]."
"But it was important for me to say," she went on. "And I don't think that song is apologizing for it. It's more like, what did you think was going to happen? I was doing this before I met you and I'll be doing this after you're gone' I felt quite empowered." Read morehere.
Earlier this week (June 15), McGraw posted a black-and-white video of himself and Midland playing and hanging out backstage in Edmonton. In the video, the McGraw and the Midlands duet to Alabama's 1983 hit single "Dixieland Delight."
Posting the video, McGraw wrote, "Got to hang backstage with @MidlandOfficial at #Soul2Soul #Edmonton and sang one of the best! @TheAlabamaBand #DixielandDelight" See the posthere.
The U.S. tour leg is scheduled to kick off on September 5th in Orlando, FL at the House of Blues and will be concluding on October 7th in Atlanta, GA at The Tabernacle. They will be head to the UK and Europe for the next leg.
The band released their first single and music video "Gold" from their upcoming album last week. Directed by Mike Dempsey and Johnny Chew, the video features grainy, abstract footage and drawings. Check out the run of tour dates, and listen to "Gold"
Since then, Diplo has tweeted, "I won the bronze medal in sex Olympics " and "I don't even remember having sex." He's clearly having a bit of fun at his own expense.
When the EDM superstar ran into James Corden, he couldn't resist taking a selfie and reminding everyone about his bronze medal. Diplo uploaded the image to Instagram and wrote, "at least I tried." See the tongue-in-cheek Instagramhere.
The two performed "Jolene" and "Party in the U.S.A" and it doesn't take too long for a crowd to start forming. Following Cyrus' cover of godmother Dolly Parton's "Jolene," she removed her wig, hat and glasses and Fallon introduced her to the delight of the local commuters.
"This is my first time at the subway station. This is exciting for me," Cyrus says before segueing into her hit "Party in the U.S.A." for which she cleverly changed the lyrics to, "It's a party in the subway." Watch her performancehere.
Chapman suffers from Achalasia, a progressive disease that affects the esophagus, according to WMBF TV. There is currently no cure for the disease. After word got out, McCreery revealed he would be meeting with Chapman soon, writing, "Thanks for keeping him in your thoughts and prayers. He sounds like an amazing guy and I am looking forward to our meeting. I'm so proud of all my fans for making sure I had heard about him."
The two met up Tuesday (June 13), and Chapman sang one of his original songs for McCreery and then the pair sang a duet of McCreery's hit "See you Tonight."
Sharing the video online afterward, Chapman wrote, "Thanks, Scotty for making one of my biggest dreams come true." Check out McCreery's post and watch the duethere.
Directed by Moises Arias and produced by Omarr Rambert, the video features Smith as Bruce Wayne-type character who dons his infamous white suit.
At one point in the video, Smith faces off against a man in a traditional black-and-yellow Batman suit and gets put in a headlock by a man dressed as Superman. This is certainly one music video Smith fans don't want to miss out on. Watch "Batman"here.
'Ain't no beef, man," Gibbs says during the interview. 'It's gotta be beef when there's two real muthaf—-z in the equation. When there's one muthaf—-, it's just like pshh. P—- a– n—-. I'll whoop yo a–, n—-. F— with me. F— Jeezy. B—– a– n—-."
Sounds like a beef to us. In 2015, Gibbs said reports of a feud were overstated. "I just felt that I wasn't getting the respect that I needed in that situation. So, I just did it on my own. That's all. It wasn't--I think that it got a little blown out of proportion. On my part and his part." Read morehere.
Coldplay, Justin Bieber and Katy Perry are a few of the other acts that performed during the June 4 concert. '"his seems a fitting moment to update the way we recognize those who make noteworthy contributions to the life and success of our city," council leader Sir Richard Leese said in a statement.
"We've all had cause to be incredibly proud of Manchester and the resilient and compassionate way in which the city, and all those associated with it, have responded to the terrible events of 22 May - with love and courage rather than hatred and fear." Read morehere.
Despite the voluble love from the rap community, Khaled says there's one rapper he still dreams of collaborating with: Eminem. "I never got a chance to work with Eminem," Khaled told Yahoo! News.
"I have tried before, but I'm gonna try again. But this time when I try again, I'm gonna make sure I have the right record. I don't think he's telling me no. I think I just gotta come with the right presentation." Watch his interviewhere.
The Justice League production timeline has been riddled with shakeups. Joss Whedon took over final stretch directing duties from Zack Snyder who is recovering from a family tragedy. And Elfman replaced composer Antonius Tom Holkenborg (a.k.a. Junkie XL) on the movie.
"As my mentor Hans Zimmer told me -- you haven't made it in Hollywood as a composer until you get replaced on a project. So I guess [I] finally graduated this week," Holkenborg said. Read morehere.
On Wednesday (June 14), the rapper announced his collaboration with Chicago Beyond, an organization seeking innovative programs, ideas and approaches to provide opportunities for young Chicagoans to grow.
Chance was joined by Chicago Beyond's Liz Dozier on Facebook Live for the announcement. Those with ideas should visit chicagobeyond.org and submit a 90-second video pitch for their shot at $2 million. "We're looking for amazing ideas, programs, approaches to support Chicago's kids," Dozier explained. Read morehere.
During a stop at 92.3 AMP Radio's studio in his hometown of New York City, he detailed the impact the project has had on himself and all those involved. The visual for the track was filmed on location in Uganda after French Montana was inspired by a dance routine video posted online featuring local troupe Triplets Ghetto Kids getting down to the single.
"Definitely with the video, I felt like there's a lot of gaps happening in the world," French Montana told AMP Radio's DJ Toro, "and I'm trying to build bridges as far as going somewhere where there's real talent and showcasing it to the world on my platform."
"It just touched me in such a way when I landed and went there, and drove three hours to find out they only had two [hospital] rooms for 300,000 people and there was just one ambulance -- and they usually have 40 babies a month. So we just built 10 room floors and five floors, they're almost done. So, they're about to have 50 rooms, 200 mothers just signed in just this week alone."
"I could have done it anywhere," he continued. Read morehere.
Scott also started to shoot a video for "Butterfly Effect" last week. Maybe the director will agree to insert a close up of the rapper's fierce new ink? The couple debuted their body art Monday night (June 13) on Snapchat, and Scott shared a shot on Instagram of Jenner exiting a private jet; the caption reads, "BUTTERFLY EFFECT."
He also tweeted, "Legit happiest day of my life." But is he referring to his latest single, his relationship or the new tattoo? There's nothing like a new tattoo. See the posthere.
The band announced the record earlier this year and promised a personal release. Produced by GRAMMY Award-winner Dave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson, Jason Isbell), the record recalls the band's early beginnings with comparisons to the breakthrough album The Foundation.
"We decided to write the most personal record we'd ever written, about the things that matter the most to us, the struggles and the celebrations of life and our relationships with our families. That's where this began," frontman Zac Brown previously told USA Today.
This distinct direction can be heard on the album's lead single, "My Old Man," where Brown sings of hoping to bestow the lessons he's learned from his father onto his son.
"Family Table," meanwhile, showcases the moments captured together with loved ones around the dinner table. Another track, the poignant '2 Places at 1 Time," tells the tale of the often difficult task of juggling life on the road with spending quality time with one's family. Read morehere.
Taking to social media, the actress stated her "relationship to Pac" was "too precious" for the scenes in the film to "stand as truth." In her post, Pinkett pointed to a series of scenes that didn't align with real-life events, such as when Shakur read her a poem, their alleged backstage argument, and their final goodbye.
"The reimagining of my relationship to Pac has been deeply hurtful," Pinkett wrote. "To Kat and Demetrius this is no fault of yours. Thank for bringing so much heart and spirit to your roles. You both did a beautiful job with what you were given. Thank you both. Happy birthday Pac, you are cradled in my heart for eternity. I love you." Check out the full posthere.
The rap star performed the animated rap via an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, with the help of Fallon and the show's house band The Roots.
The showstopper included mentions of Grampa, Ralph, Sea Captain, Smithers, the core family and much more. Watch the performance and read the lyricshere.
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