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The remainder of the video is packed with images of the two being cute and romantic together over the strains of the hip-hop ballad. Mill is currently serving a controversial two-to-four year sentence for parole violation.
The rapper has received an outpouring of support from fans and famous friends including JAY-Z, Drake and others. Check out Meek's latest, which contains explicit lyrics,here.
In a series of Instagram posts, Tip expressed his displeasure with the lack of recognition in no uncertain terms, especially after the group had closed out last year's ceremony. "Y'all f busted y'all a to try and get us out there and perform! You think a n- wanted to f go out there and perform after I lost my man? We closed y'all show and we don't get no f nominations? The last Tribe album? My man is gone! We been doing this s for f years!"
"Y'all think it's some sort of caveat because this is the first time that no white man was nominated in no major categories and s? We were the most black cultured group out. That's all we stood on. That's what we represented. This f album we just dropped. This the last Tribe album. It stands with everyone else's s that's up there." Read morehere.
The revelation was made during a new Jay-Z interview with the New York Times, where the rapper said that their marital issues spilled over into studio sessions. "We were using our art almost like a therapy session. And we started making music together," the rapper revealed. And then the music she was making at that time was further along. So her album came out as opposed to the joint album that we were working on."
JAY-Z went on to say that the songs the pair worked on together eventually became a jumping off point for both albums. "We still have a lot of that music. And this is what it became," he explained. "There was never a point where it was like, 'I'm making this album.' I was right there the entire time." Read morehere.
The dense, chaotic track finds Williams chanting over a raucous beat, with Future jumping on the second verse with a signature Autotuned rap, according to Radio.com.
The cut is the latest from N.E.R.D's upcoming full-length, No One Ever Really Dies, due out on Dec. 15. It follows lead single, "Lemon," featuring Rihanna. Check out the new trackhere.
"OMW": The song "OMW" was written in response to a breakup of a long and toxic relationship. I was disillusioned and my pride was hurt but faced with my vulnerability, I was brought closer to my true self. I realized the blessing I found by cutting out that kind of detracting negative energy. Music has always been my medicine and now I had the chance to focus the intention on myself and say "I'm on my way everything out of my way. Written and recorded while exiling myself to a remote mountain studio in the Kootenays. I surrounded myself with good friends away from the city and negativity I left behind.
Shortly after that, I was invited to perform with my homie Emotionz at the Bamboo Bass festival in Costa Rica. There I met Glovely and we shot the video for "OMW" on Jaco Beach. I met so many other great artists and creative people there and the video perfectly captures the trippy adventure we had together. Looking back if it weren't for all the challenges I would have never got to the place I am now, which is just a point on the journey "OMW".
"Pure Energy": as written and recorded while in an altered state of consciousness. I was suddenly aware that everything around me including myself was just vibrating molecular energy, and through some sort of string of awareness, we're able to create and sustain this sort of thing called "reality". It made me realize everything is connected and although "I'm a light in the tunnel, I would be nothing without the darkness and struggle". The lyrics and message of the song appeared in my mind as a whole thought. It's about being self-aware of our true nature as subjective beings with this objective awareness. enticing me to let go of the constructed Narrative of good and bad and try to see things for what they truly are knowing good and bad are symptoms of each other. Written and recorded in my studio in Vancouver B.C. on a beat that I had built a few days prior it became a favorite of all my woke fam and I knew I had to put it on my new album.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the albumright here!
Eldredge has also revealed that the shows will feature special guest and labelmate Devin Dawson, as well as up-and-coming country artist Jillian Jaqueline as opening acts.
"I have been very fortunate to be on some massive tours in my career, but my first major solo headlining tour is something I have wanted to give to my fans for a long time! I cannot wait!," Eldredge said in a press release. See the dateshere.
The video, shot on location at the Palladium in London, finds Smith exploring the iconic venue. Opening with the singer on stage, the clip follows him as he walks through various parts of the building as dancers and musicians rehearse. When he strolls through the lobby, hordes of paparazzi are outside fighting to get pictures of the singer as he walks by.
The clip ends with Smith on the roof of the building, where more dancers are twirling under a grey and rainy sky. Check out a stream of Sam's latest music videohere.
The Mayor of Las Vegas, Carolyn Goodman, heroic first responders, and performers from the Route 91 Harvest Festival, joined us and our hosts, Big & Rich, to #CountonCountry. Throughout the program, your favorite country stars continued to help heal all of us affected by the tragedy.
Count on Country featured exclusive interviews with Garth Brooks, Luke Bryan, Maren Morris, Chris Janson, Brothers Osborne, and many more of your favorite country stars. They all discussed how music plays a significant role when bringing communities together, and they share the many tales of heroism that took place after the life-altering event in Las Vegas. Listen to the broadcast anytime, on demand,here.
Those last two weeks will overlap with Bareilles' return to Waitress in the role of Jenna, resulting in the two pop stars leading the cast Jan. 16 through Jan. 28 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre in New York.
The pair's shared history with Waitress dates back to originating the voices for their respective characters for What's Inside: Songs from Waitress prior to the show's opening. Bareilles wrote the original songs and music for the production. Read morehere.
The video features the pair as a married couple, with Williams telling their daughter a bedtime story, sending the girl into a surreal world about Father Christmas' evil brother (played by actor John Turturro), who travels the world stealing presents.
The story finds the young girl on a mission to defeat the evil brother, eliciting help from magic fairies, played by Minaj and Williams. Ultimately, it's the little girl who saves the day.
The clip was filmed on-location in Scotland by photographer Tim Walker and director Johan Renck, who received high praise from Minaj for their work: "They had such an incredible vision for the campaign," the rapper told Billboard. Read morehere.
One Direction alum Harry Styles' self-titled debut album wasn't able to generate any nominations. Pop princesses Demi Lovato, Miley Cyrus, and Katy Perry were also left off this year's GRAMMY nominations list.
With Kesha finally bursting back onto the music scene with her impassioned album, Rainbow, many expected her to rack up the noms, but the "Praying" singer only got two.
Ed Sheeran's Divide album also seemed destined for a slew of GRAMMY nods, but the release only received nominations for Best Pop Solo Performance and Best Pop Album. Those two categories (Best Pop Solo Performance and Best Pop Album) are also the only GRAMMY nods for Lady Gaga this year for her album, Joanne. Read morehere.
While Pitbull raps over a slick beat, Fifth Harmony's Ally Brooke, Dinah Jane, Lauren Jauregui and Normani Kordei sing their lines in one of the temple's rooms decorated in red.
Soon, Pitbull and his new lady friend can be found enjoying a romantic dinner together. As he tries his best to win her heart, a fortune cookie that reads "Dale!" seems to hold the answer. Watch it all unfold in the vivid video cliphere.
The doctor is in, and he's got some pretty big Eminem news to share. The news was delivered in the form of a Revival prescription drug ad, bringing the clandestine album announcement campaign to a seeming end.
Watch the clip, which contains explicit language,here.
With Beyonce secured to voice the character Nala, rumors are swirling that she and John will work together on the new movie's soundtrack. "It is unthinkable when you have Beyonce involved not to have her sing some of those iconic hits -- and that means huge sales to a new generation," an unnamed L.A.-based source told N.Y. Daily News.
"The deal is a huge one and will earn him millions at many stages. Obviously he will get a one off licensing deal followed by a cut in royalties from all aspects of the work." Read morehere.
Twain's show opened with a decidedly Canadian touch, with the singer emerging on a sled pulled by a team of Siberian huskies across the snow-covered field (the game was played at TD Place Stadium in Ottawa, where it was a bone-chilling 24 degrees at kickoff.
A Royal Canadian Mountie escorted Twain from the sled to the stage, where the singer launched into her 1997 hit, "That Don't Impress Me Much" while fireworks exploded behind the stage.
Twain rounded out her halftime set with 2017 single, "Life's About to Get Good" followed by another 1997 smash, 'Man, I Feel Like a Woman," performed while as snow flurries fell from the sky and blanketed the stage and instruments. Watch Shania Twain rock the Grey Cuphere.
Musicians and other celebrities have put their personal touches on a series of one-of-a-kind painted Gibson guitars designed and painted by local artists. Those guitars are now up for auction.
Among the heavyweights involved with the project are Selena Gomez, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Jennifer Hudson, Miley Cyrus, Jimmy Kimmel, Conan O'Brien, Brett Eldredge, One Direction's Louis Tomlinson, the All American Rejects, the Revivalists, Shawn Hook, Grace VanderWaal and Jake Paul, to name a few. Some non-entertainers who have contributed to the project include New England Patriots' Rob Gronkowski, Los Angeles Laker Julius Randle and professional boxer Andre Ward.here.
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