Page Too Report for 11/06/2017
Investigators determined that Wap was racing another vehicle. The rapper was pulled over and gave police a suspended New Jersey license. When the officer suspected Wap might be intoxicated, he administered a field sobriety test, which returned a .09 reading. Police in New York will charge drivers with a DUI if they register .08 or above, according to the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Wap failed a second sobriety test at the police station. He was charged with reckless endangerment, illegal speed contest, operating a motor vehicle with .08, driving while intoxicated, reckless driving, aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, motor vehicle license violation. unsafe lane change, following too close, illegal signal, driving while alcohol impaired, and four counts of a speed violation. Read morehere.
The singer has already shared the album's record-breaking lead single 'Look What You Made Me Do," ''Redady for It?" "Gorgeous," and just last night she released "Call It What You Want."
Judging from a short video teaser, the tune (possibly a ballad) will feature delicate piano and could take place in a coastal home. Scandal airs at 9pm ET on ABC. Check out the teaser cliphere.
"He's seventeen, so you not supposed to be fighting him anyways," Rocky said to the older man. "At a A$AP show, y'all are considered family, you feel me?" he added. "You supposed to come here to get out your anger in life, bro. You paid money to celebrate us and celebrate yourself. This is culture, you know what I'm saying? This is not just music. I want you to know I love you."
Then the rapper invited the young men to embrace, and they obliged. Rocky proved that no problem or disagreement can't be resolved with a hug. Watch the video, which contains some explicit language,here.
Minaj lends some slick rhymes to Uzi's Luv is Rage 2 track, and between explicit lines, she raps about conquering the world of rap for "eight summers."
"Givin' them bars since the teens/ I ain't goin' back to juvie /I am Nicki Yamaguchi," she raps. "'Cause I skate with the ice/ I don't say what's the price/ Lookin' like it's a heist/ I been winnin' all my life."
Luv is Rage 2 is Uzi's debut studio album and topped the Billboard 200 Albums chart when it debuted in August. The album features guest appearances from The Weeknd and Pharrell. Listen to the remix, which contains explicit lyrics,here.
The chorus, "It don't matter, as long as we're together/ It all feels like home," sums up the free-spirited storyline. It should be noted that "Telluride" is not a remake of McGraw's 2001 single of the same name from Set The Circus Down.
The married country superstars recently wrapped their Soul2Soul Tour. Their new album, The Rest Of Our Life, will drop November 17. Listen to "Telluride"here.
In the beginning of the video, Gomez texts the DJ: 'What are you doing? I cannot stop thinking about our song. Can you just play it?" Then the tune begins and Gomez dances around in a robe as she provides viewers with a tour of herself and her home.
She sings her way from the kitchen to the outside, where she sets the phone down and dances to the sexy, energetic song. In the video, she's dancing for her collaborator, who appears in the upper right part of the screen, but clearly, the playful moves are aimed at her audience. Watch the videohere.
Larry appeared on the hit Disney show playing himself, fidgeting in line and demanding service from a host who wouldn't seat him. Miley's pop star alter ego Hannah Montana breezes past him and is seated immediately. The upshot? Hannah Montana was more famous and important than Larry David, Seinfeld co-creator and comedy icon.
"Face it Dad--she's bigger than you," Larry's daughter says. "Reunited with LD, this weeks @nbcsnl HOST ! Excited to be the musical guest!" Miley wrote. Watch the cliphere.
Smith took to social media to thank his fan base for their continued support during the journey that went into the making of the new full-length. "I'm sitting outside my house in London having a coffee, and I'm freaking out because the album is out tomorrow. But I'm so excited for you to hear it," says on the Twitter voice recording.
"I've poured my heart and soul into every single line, and I just really wanted to take this time as well to say thank you. Thank you for giving me that year and a half to be at home and write this album. Thank you for letting me do what I do every day."
"I hope you like it," he adds. "Please be honest if you don't. But be kind at the same time. I don't think my heart could take it." Listen to the full messagehere.
The singer is set to hit the road in support of the project, revealing a slate of tour dates that kick off in San Francisco on March 14. "Album 1 is proving that you're worth listening to, album 2 is proving that it wasn't a fluke, and album 3 is the most authentic thing I've ever done," Grammer said in a press statement.
Grammer fans can also catch the singer when he performs during this year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Check out the tracklisting for The Good Parts, "Smoke Clears" and Andy's full tour schedulehere.
The brand new track tells the ominous tale of a desperate West Virginia farmer facing rained-out crops with "A bible in my left hand/And a pistol in my right."
"Scarecrow in the Garden" is the second advance track to be shared from the upcoming From A Room: Volume 2, following the release of the song "Millionaire." Stream the songhere.
"I'm excited to show people who the new Phillip is," Phillips said of the new album in a press statement. "These songs tell the stories about the past three years – all the good, all the bad, all the sad, all the happy. I promise this next release is worth the wait."
Phillips will follow the new album release with a tour, which launches in Cherokee, NC, on Feb. 9. Fan pre-sale for tickets begins Monday at 12pm EST with general ticket on-sale beginning next Friday, November 10. Get more ticket information here. See the tour itinerary and check out "Magnetic"here.
"It's done. There's even a music video," Halsey told 97.1 AMP Radio's McCabe backstage before performing her concert at Honda Center in Anaheim, California.
"It's like this Bonnie & Clyde record and we made it out of love, which is really, really awesome. Getting to share that with the world is really cool because it's not a contrived thing. It's not two artists pretending to be something they're not for the sake of a story," the 23-year-old continued.
There's no word yet on when the couple will officially release their collaboration, but Halsey can't wait for her fans to hear it. Read morehere.
"I would say it's the jump-off to this album," she said on a recent radio interview about her upcoming project. "Letting my fans know that I'm back, it's moving, and it's time to go."
Check out the new clip, which contains explicit language,here.
Ballerini opened up about Unapologetically during an interview with Andi Summers from 92.5 XTU in Philadelphia, explaining how her relationship with Evans changed not just her life, but her approach to making music.
"I think I'm a lot more sane now," Ballerini said when asked to describe the difference between her formerly single life and now being engaged. "Because I have someone, like, he's super logical and he keeps me very normal. So I think I'm probably a little bit more sane."
Unapologetically marks one of the first times that Ballerini has willingly penned a love song (the album's title track), and she's clearly not a fan of love songs. Read morehere.
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