Page Too Report for 11/08/2017
Stereogum has reported that physical copies of the release are hitting stores around the world, leading to alleged images of the album's artwork and tracklist hitting the internet this week.
If the rumors are to be believed, Reputation will boast 15 tracks, including one entitled "End Game," which features both Ed Sheeran and Future. There is also (allegedly) a song with the very promising title of "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things." See the proposedhere.
Sia stopped the unnamed party from cashing in by sharing the photo herself. "Someone is apparently trying to sell naked photos of me to my fans," she wrote. "Save your money, here it is for free. Every day is Christmas!"
It's unclear what other avenues Sia will pursue to bring the trolls to justice, but for now, she's outwitted the photo peddlers and got a chance to plug her holiday album, Everyday is Christmas at the same time. Bravo! See the NSFW tweet here. Read morehere.
That's quite a 180 from threatening to "knock [the rap icon] out" in January. During a recent concert, Kodak shared a selection from his upcoming Weezy collaboration: The crowd went wild and fans got to hear about a minute of Wayne's distinctive voice. Kodak seems genuinely excited about the prospect of sharing a record with the "Lollipop" MC. Kodak also says he has an unreleased track with Birdman.
So far, Kodak has released Painting Pictures and Project Baby 2 in 2017, so it's not clear when to expect from his next batch of material. See Kodak's teasers, which contain explicit language, now athere.
"Surprisingly to some, I'm not dead," she wrote on Twitter. "I'm not releasing any singles or new music with my new label until Jan 2018. Sorry about that BUT' I am making a Christmas album. Just kidding, I'm not making a Christmas album. I am going to put some songs up tonight that my friend Ljay Currie produced for me over the summer that I feel are motivational."
"We both say its fine if you download them so I sign my own permission slip," she wrote. The R&B infused "Going Up" includes slick beats and rapid-fire vocals, while "Good" features smooth rhythms that compliment her raps about pursuing a music career when she was younger. "I remember like 10 years ago/ I wanted my name up in bold/ I wanted my name up in lights/ I wanted to rock every show," she spits.
She practiced, posed and dreamed of being a star, she raps. And now her dreams have become reality: "I used to take pics in the mirror/ I had to get ready for Vogue/ And now I'm way bigger, way bigger, way bigger than I ever could have dreamed before."
"Never Satisfied," which features slow rapping and atmospheric music, is reminiscent of Drake. And "Hate on It" is about taking on haters. "I don't like being told no/ I prove 'em wrong/ There's no such thing as no when you're on your own." Download Iggy's new songshere.
The current 80-date North American run of sold-out shows has been extended by more than 25 additional dates. The first new show is May 31 in Richmond, Virginia and the last scheduled date is July 22 in Sacramento, California.
American Express Card Members can purchase tickets beginning November 10 at 10 a.m. local time. Tickets for the public go on sale November 17, the release day for McGraw & Hill's first-ever collaboration album. Complete 2018 dates to the tour arehere.
Spears shared her penchant for paint on Instagram last month, sharing a video revealing Spears adorning a canvas to the strains of Mozart. The artist donated the piece to a charity auction held Monday (Nov. 6) at Las Vegas' Venetian Hotel raising money for VegasCares, an organization supporting victims of the Route 91 festival shooting.
"I'm so proud to call Vegas my second home and I'm pleased to participate in this Vegas Cares show," she told bidders via video message (via People). "The flowers in my painting represent a new beginning, and it's in that spirit that we move forward. All the proceeds from the winning bid go to Vegas Cares Memorial Fund. I appreciate your kindness and your generosity--I love you Vegas." Read morehere.
The couple purchased the one-acre property in 2013 for $9 million, selling it this year for $17.8 million, enough to make it the highest price ever paid for the tony Bel-Air Crest community.
West and Kardashian definitely left their imprint on the 10,000 square foot residence, stripping it down to the studs and rebuilding it from the ground up at a cost well into the millions.
The buyer? Silicon Valley-based Ukrainian philanthropist Marina Acton, who is pursuing a career in music. Read morehere.
King revealed the secret marriage last May via Instagram while sharing that she and Ferguson had already separated. "I pulled myself out of a really, really, really tough place," she says now (via People) about the situation.
"I don't want to say it's the best place I've ever been because there's always room to go higher -- or get higher," King shared. "I am having a lot of fun. I do this thing, I call it protecting my joy, and there's like a 10-foot radius around me that's like a bum-out-free zone. I took a lot of things out of my life that were dead weight, and I just have a different outlook; I just surround myself with better people and just make music all the time. It's just so great; it's awesome."
King went on reveal that the divorce has fueled much of her impending sophomore album, which she's been working on."The record is a whole other entity in and of itself. It's a creation that is beyond me as a person, as a soul, and it's the most magical thing that I've done in my life so far," she revealed. Read morehere.
Levine didn't bother with any drama or fanfare, simply sharing that he and Behati are expecting a second baby girl. DeGeneres has the distinction of helping name the couple's first daughter, Dusty Rose, so she and Levine discussed the role she'll be playing in naming their second.
"It'll be a collaborative effort," Levine quipped. The singer also shared that the couple plan on having even more children, with Levine claiming that "I thrive in chaos." Watch the sweet momenthere.
"I thought, man, this may be kind of a cool video to do live, plus it gets me out of acting," Moore explained about the new clip (via Sounds Like Nashville). "It's a shorter day for me, they're just filming and I don't even know it."
The footage for the video was captured at shows in Sacramento CA, Redding, CA and Enumclaw, WA. Check out the new music video cliphere.
The pair are seen spending time together at Hurd's Michigan lakefront house, drinking beers, cruising the lake in a boat and generally enjoying life as country music's current "it" couple.
"It's really relaxed," Hurd explained (via The Boot). "I'm really proud of the song and also getting to showcase a little bit of our relationship and letting people have a little sliver, a window, of what we do on a normal day on vacation or in a special place."
"And that's actually where I proposed to Maren, too, was at that same house," Hurd shared about the location, "so we didn't reenact anything, but we got to shoot some very familiar things. It was really a special project." Watch the videohere.
In addition, Dierks Bentley received the Song of the Year award for "Somewhere On a Beach" while Old Dominion's Matthew Ramsey was named Country Songwriter-Artist of the Year.
Ballerini received the Vanguard Award, which is "awarded in recognition of the impact of new and developing musical genres, which help shape the future of music." Past winners include Chris Stapleton, Walk the Moon and Kendrick Lamar.
Meanwhile, Crowell was given the Founder's Award and honored with performances by Keith Urban and Vince Gill. Gorley received an event record by being named ASCAP's Songwriter of the Year for the fourth year in a row (fifth time total). Read morehere.
In a post on Facebook, the Jay-Z wrote, "The sentence handed down by the Judge against the recommendation of the Assistant District Attorney and Probation Officer is unjust and heavy handed. We will always stand by and support Meek Mill, both as he attempts to right this wrongful sentence and then in returning to his musical career."
On Monday (Nov. 6), Meek Mill received a two to four-year prison sentence for violating his parole. The sentence was handed down by Philadelphia Judge Genece Brinkley and the verdict stemmed from a drugs and firearms case from 2008. Brinkley said Mill failed a drug test and didn't obey a court order restricting his travel.
Jay-Z wasn't the only artist to comment on Mill's sentence. "Was wit u then & WE STILL WIT U NOW!!! This too shall pass," wrote T.I. "You got this!!! God places the heaviest loads on the strongest backs. We got real love for u out here KING. ." Read morehere.
Reactions to the name change were mixed, to say the least. In the wake of the confusion, Diddy resurfaced to say the change was a "joke." "Well ladies and gentlemen, today I've come to the conclusion that you cannot play around with the internet," he wrote. "Due to overwhelming response from the media out there and just due there not wanting to be any confusion, I was only joking. OK? I didn't change my name. It's just part of one of my alter egos."
You can call Diddy whatever you want. "One of my alter egos is Love, but to set the record straight because I have a lot of press to do the next couple of weeks, you can address me by any of my older names. But if you still wanna call me love, you can call me Love, baby. But I was only playing." Read morehere.
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