Shortly after it was posted on iTunes over the weekend, the track, "Behind Me," disappeared as mysteriously as it surfaced. The cut, which features an artist named Guido Dos Santos, is believed to be a version of "Two Steps Behind Me," a demo Madonna tracked during sessions for 2015's Rebel Heart.
The song was originally believed to be a diss track aimed at Lady Gaga, however, Madonna's manager Guy Oseary refuted the rumor. Despite its short shelf life, "Behind Me" charted in the Top 50 in eight countries, reports NME. Read morehere.
"End of fall, start of winter," he said of his anticipated release date while speaking to Carson Daly on 97.1 AMP Radio. "I've decided to ride it out, see what happens, and then kind of let people know when I'm ready to go."
Horan's currently narrowing down a final tracklist after writing about 50 different songs. "My favorite song on the album was written while I was watching a golf tournament on TV," he revealed. 'I do write in the most random places, trains."
The singer-songwriter is no stranger to worldwide success, but even he was caught off guard by how well his music has been received. "I just released ['This Town'] to let people know that I was still doing something and it was the best of the bunch of songs I had at the time because I had only written a few at the time. And I just thought I'd release it and then it kind of took on a life of its own." Check out the full interviewhere.
"That's something you can't take away. Swinging around naked on a wrecking ball lives forever," Cyrus said. "I'm never living ["Wrecking Ball"] down. I will always be the naked girl on a wrecking ball," she added.
"I should have thought how long that was going to have to follow me around. That's my worst nightmare, is that being played at my funeral." Read morehere.
The band performed an acoustic version of their song "Reunion," from the group's most recent album This House Is Not For Sale. Lead singer Jon Bon Jovi's advice to students included: 'Choose Your Words Wisely -- Not only those you say to others, but also the words you say to yourself; Don't Take Anything Personally -- Accept both praise and criticism equally, but take neither to heart.
"Never Assume or Judge a Book By Its Cover -- the truth is, there are many surprises awaiting you on your journey; Pursue Perfection -- though it's impossible to achieve, you should demand excellence and do your best. Today marks the end of one chapter in your life and the beginning of another. Enjoy the book' you're the one writing it." Read morehere.
Directed by Hannah Lux Davis, the video was filmed in the rural areas outside of Los Angeles. The video showcases the electronic/pop trio and Lovato dancing in abandoned buildings and desolate landscapes.
This video arrives after the single's March release, which has already amassed over 75 million streams worldwide. The trio is currently one of the top 50 most streamed artists in the world on Spotify.
Cheat Codes make their late night debut with Lovato on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon May 22. Watch the videohere.
Styles, who's co-hosting the week of shows with James Corden, took the late night host's place and gave an opening monologue that included jabs at political figures, and ended with the always-funny pirate jokes.
Later in the show, the former One Direction star performed the track "Carolina" from his self-titled debut album. Watch online video of Styles' opening monologhere.
"I've lived in America 25 years, [but] I've never been asked to sing the National Anthem, so it was such an honor to do it here in Nashville for the Preds," Urban told NHL Network's Jon Morosi. "It's a nerve-wracking experience, but, above all, it's a huge honor. It was -- for me, probably -- for all the years I've lived here, one of the proudest moments, ever, in my life."
Urban also took to social media to reveal his wife, actress Nicole Kidman, might even be a bigger Predators fan than he is, saying, "She's the one getting us down to games. I mean, I'm always ready to get in the car too, but she's ready to go."
The Predators won the Tuesday night game against the Anaheim Ducks and now lead the series 2-1. Check out the mediahere.
The pair of music stars delivered new arrangements of their songs, with Zaytoven on upright piano and Gucci on the mic. There was no DJ or band to back them.
The 'Piano Nights" event was part of the Red Bull Music Academy Festival New York. Gucci has appeared on Mike WiLL Made-It's track 'Perfect Pint" with Kendrick Lamar and Rae Sremmurd and teamed up with Nicki Minaj for the collaborative track 'Make Love." Watch the "Piano Bar" performancehere.
'Babylon' is a universally identifiable song. We all go through something(s) in life that seem like heaven at that time and end up crumbling right before us. Whether it be the struggle with drugs, booze, sex, family, love, etc.
After I had been through the thick of it and came out the other end swinging, I wanted to share that with everyone so that they could relate to it. Our favorite part about 'Babylon' is that you can twist it any way you want as an individual.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the EPright here!
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