They report that Common Pleas Court Judge Genece E. Brinkley sentenced the rapper to 2-4 years in state prison. Mill, real name Robert Rihmeek Williams, has a history of multiple arrests and parole violations.
The rapper has yet to comment publicly on this development. CBS tweeted "BREAKING: Rapper Meek Mill sentenced to 2 - 4 years in state prison for probation violations." Read morehere.
Horan, the lone Irishman in One Direction, took the tweet as a personal affront (though it's unclear what the initial tweet was referencing). He responded in jest with a plug for his own rapping abilities.
"Stop talking about me like that, I'll rap if I want. You know I can spit bars," Horan wrote. That set off series of humorous tweets, with Tomlinson suggesting they settle things once and for all.
"Lad you're forgetting I taught you everything you know #raplife #donnysoldier," Tomlinson replied. "True dat !! Forgot the Yorkshire lads are known for rap as well hahaha," Horan responded.
Then Tomlinson threw down a challenge: "maybe we should settle this 64 bars ?" Check out the fun exchangehere.
The new album, reportedly titled No_One Ever Really Dies, features appearances from Rihanna (on the recently released single "Lemon"), Ed Sheeran, Kendrick Lamar, Future, Andre 3000, Gucci Mane and more. See the full tracklist below (via Complex).
The group debuted the album with a special album listening show at ComplexCon in Long Beach, CA, over the weekend (Nov. 4), with a colorful stage show that featured actual cars onstage and a slew of dancers.
During the playback of the Kendrick Lamar-featuring song, "Don't Don't Do It," Williams revealed that the song was inspired by the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina.
See fan footage of new song, "1000," featuring Future and check out the full tracklisthere.
Diddy, Puff Daddy, Puffy, Puff, or P. Diddy. If he doesn't walk away, he'll pretend he doesn't hear you. "So, my new name is Love, aka Brother Love," he said November 4 on social media. "I will not be answering to Puffy, Diddy, Puff Daddy, or any of my other monikers."
Diddy, err, Brother Love, tweeted the news on his birthday and explained that, having reached the ripe age of 48, all those other nicknames just aren't right for him anymore. "I know it's risky because it could come off as corny to some people," he said. "I'm just not who I am before. I'm something different." Watch Brother Love explain his most recent name changehere.
"With this record I really wanted to make a rock n' roll/pop album," principal Aaron Bruno explained in a press statement. "And I say 'pop' how I grew up listening to it, in the sense of Dire Straits or 'Born In The U.S.A.' or The Cars or Tom Petty."
Bruno conceived the album in a secluded coastal mountain range in his native Southern California. "The record definitely has a feel to it that seems parallel to the vibe of this mountain and the land," Bruno said of the recording. "It's like a non-GMO record. There's no fake s on there, none of the vocals are tuned. It's all real playing."
AWOLNATION will follow the album release with a world tour, kicking off in Toronto on Feb. 11. Nothing But Thieves will open the North American shows.
Listen to "Seven Sticks of Dynamite," check out Here Come The Runts' full tracklist and see AWOLNATION's tour dateshere.
In the stylish clip, Payne narrates the saga of Thorne and a cheating paramour as the couple navigate their failing relationship. Payne shadows the pair from the bedroom to the kitchen, the pool and ultimately a nightclub throughout the video.
"So the concept for the video is that I am speaking on Bella's behalf," Payne revealed on Twitter last week. "So I am her thoughts and what she's thinkin' about this guy that she's got a relationship with, which is a little bit broken. But it's very nice. I like the fact that it is empowering on the woman's side because it's not often that you see it from this angle."
"Bedroom Floor" is the latest single from Payne's forthcoming solo debut album. Check out the videohere.
The pop star will be part of a new display that features some of her most memorable fashion at the Los Angeles Grammy Museum. The exhibit, Katy Perry Frock & Roll: Transforming Music and Fashion, will open on November 7 and run through spring 2018.
According to Variety, the display will include Perry's Grammy performance and red carpet costumes, Prismatic World Tour wardrobe, as well as what she wore during her Super Bowl XLIX halftime show. Read morehere.
West stepped up to the mic and the two performed "Father Stretch My Hands, Pt. 1" their collaborative track that came from West's The Life of Pablo album.
It's a rare public appearance for West who has laid low since canceling his remaining tour dates in November of 2016. Check out fan footage of the duo performhere.
"I'm sad to say my friend Jimmy's mother has passed away sending him all the love in my heart Keep smilin Jimmy .." she wrote. "I know it's tough to do when we lose someone we care about, I ccouldn'timage not havin my mama . I am so sorry ."
Last month, Miley did a week-long "residency" on Fallon's show where she promoted her new album Younger Now and hobnobbed with guests like Hillary Clinton. Fallon's family announced his mother Gloria's death in a statement over the weekend:
"Jimmy Fallon's mother, Gloria, died peacefully on Saturday. Jimmy was at his mother's bedside, along with her loved ones, when she passed away at NYU Langone Medical Center in NYC," according to a statement from a Fallon family spokesperson. "Our prayers go out to Jimmy and his family as they go through this tough time." See Miley's tweetshere.
The photos depict Harry with a class of young students, as well as some solo shots of individual kids in uniforms. In one group shot, Harry poses alongside the class as a teacher in a flamboyantly patterned blue suit and ascot.
Styles shared the photos on Twitter, where they racked up hundreds of thousands of retweets. The "Kiwi" video is due to be released Wednesday. Check out the photoshere.
The song is latest track that has received a music visual treatment from the band's most recent studio album The Breaker, which was released this past February.
The new clip features the dressed in somber colors, as they travel across a barren landscape. Check out the online stream of the group's latest music videohere.
"This song reflects a lot of how I feel these days," Jackson said of the track in a recent press statement. "It's a good song. I really liked it, but the message was a little different when I first heard it.
"I thought maybe it could be a little more positive about being older and wiser and more content, so they rewrote a few things, and this is how it ended up." Watch the new videohere.
"I really just try to connect what I do in my classroom as a teacher with things they enjoy," she told ABC-7 in Chicago about her remix, "Codak Yellow."
"I was able to speak their language to break down some of those barriers because I know a lot of my students in math, they struggle and they hate it." The video has gone viral, but more importantly to Mrs. Crim, it's reaching her students.
"I literally had a student tell me the next day, 'You know what Ms.? I don't like math but you doing this video that just inspired me to work even harder,'" she revealed. Watch the cliphere.
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