The song, a mid-paced, reflective number, features creative keyboard sounds and an array of soft electronic beats and confessional lyrics: "I'm just like you/ even though my problems look nothing like yours do/ I get sad, too/ when I'm sad I need somebody to talk to."
"It's very autobiographical and obviously about me," Tomlinson told Zane Lowe. "The fans have seen so much and got to know us so well, but I've never really had a chance to be as honest like that with music, so that was really refreshing."
"Just Like You" expresses the challenges of success and emphasizes how there are drawbacks that go with the perks. "The important thing to me was that, I've read a lot of press stories about myself and the press and everyone naturally puts this spin on fame and celebrity, and I kinda just wanted to show the other side of it," he said. "I've kind of struggled with the concept of fame and it's hard for anyone to get your head around. It was important to me to write a song that could humanize me as much as possible and that the fans can really feel I'm just like them. Honest and vulnerable and real."
Earlier, Tomlinson hit social media. "My next single will be a bit later this year but I wanted to share this with you now," he tweeted. "This is one of my favourites from the album. Conceptually I think it sums me up!" Listen to the songhere.
The event is scheduled for Oct. 26 at Nashville's City Winery. "Musicians On Call is always something we're quick to be part of," said Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley in a press statement.
"We've seen first-hand how powerful music is, especially in tough times, so we're looking forward to helping celebrate their 10th anniversary." In addition to Lady Antebellum, the show promises surprise appearances and special guests. Read morehere.
The song even features a Queen-like breakdown towards the end. "When all else is taken away, as long as your passion remains, anything is still possible," Bruno explained in a press statement.
"'Passion' is about finding the balance that can lift both you and those around you to make the world a more positive place. It doesn't matter what names or labels people throw at you." Check the lyric video for "Passion"here.
The talk show bit takes disgusting items like jellyfish, fish eyes, turkey testes, salmon seaweed smoothies, and has the show's guests either answer an uncomfortable question or eat an item.
Puth joined Frozen voice-actor Josh Gad, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's Rachel Bloom and Downton Abbey's Michelle Dockery and Corden for a round. However, he almost vomited multiple times. Puth explained, 'People who know me, I have a very very sensitive stomach and I can't even be around brussel sprouts let alone this stuff."
He almost hurled when Rachel Bloom was unable to answer the name of Dockery's 'Downton Abbey' character, so her team had to ingest bird saliva. The pop star was slightly offended when Corden didn't know the titles of three of his songs. Corden tried to explain, "I'm a 39-year old father of two." To which Puth replied, "Yeah, but you're cool."
It got him a kiss on the cheek, but the host couldn't come up with another title so he had to drink the salmon seaweed smoothie. When Puth was asked if he would say Meghan Trainor or Selena Gomez was a better singer, he chose to eat a grasshopper, instead of answer the question. This decision would ultimately do the pop star in, causing him to use the chuck bucket to his side.
He did, however, compose himself afterwards for a performance of his single 'Attention." Read morehere.
The singer was candid about his approach towards his debut solo album, Up All Night, and moving away from the glossy pop sound of One Direction. "I wanted it to be honest. And I wanted to love it every time that I played it," Styles said.
Then added that he wasn't afraid of going in a new direction. "It didn't feel scary to me. I think the idea of making something that I wasn't 100% behind is much scarier to me." Watch the full interview this Sunday, Oct. 15, at 9 am EST on CBS. Read morehere.
This year's nominees were revealed by Ciara on Thursday (Oct. 12) on Good Morning America, with the singer announcing the contenders for the top six categories.
See the full list of nomineeshere.
"With the chorus of going to the 'Penthouse Floor,' we were thinking about upward mobility, and thinking about escape," he said about the track in an interview with Complex.
"The more I sat with the song as I was making the record, I wanted to have more attention in the song where I was thinking about not just upward mobility and escaping, but also thinking about what it means to come from humble beginnings like I come from, a blue-collar family, where people that are often ignored and forgotten about, and to elevate to more rarefied air like I am now but to not forget about where you come from." Watch the video for "Penthouse Floor"here.
This Saturday (Oct. 14) in Miami, Marc Anthony's "We Are One Voice SOMOS Live!" will feature DJ Khaled, Daddy Yankee, Alejandro Sanz and others. In addition to Puerto Rico relief, the event will support Mexico City earthquake recovery efforts and other hurricane-impacted areas in south Florida and the Caribbean. Meanwhile, Major Lazer has recruited Tory Lanez, Machel Montano and Bad Bunny for "Relief is the Mission," scheduled for Monday, October 16. All proceeds support hurricane relief.
This Sunday (Oct 15) in Los Angeles, "Voices for Puerto Rico LA" at the Conga Room will include appearances by Aloe Blacc, Wayne Brady, Adrienne Baillon and "surprise guests." The family-friendly evening will admit kids 10 and younger free of charge. Read more about Jay-Z's planshere.
Spears took the stage Wednesday night (Oct. 11). with #VegasStrong displayed on big screen over the stage, as well as on the baseball caps sported by the pop star and her backup dancers for the opening of the show.
"Before I start the show, I just want to say, we're here for you, you're here for us and we're going to get through together, okay?" Spears announced. She went on to salute first-responders from the Route 91 shooting.
"There are some special people in the audience tonight: they're our Las Vegas first responders! Let's give it up for them!," she told the crowd. One of her backup dancers, Lake Smits shared an Instagram photo of the troupe wearing the #VegasStrong hats with a message for the city: "Last night we weren't just in Vegas but the show was for Vegas! Our hearts and prayers go out to victims and families of 10/1/17 #vegasstrong."
See footage of Spears' addressing her audience and Smit's Instagram posthere.
"How cool to be able to come home to Knoxville and celebrate this next big moment in my life with you! Central High is such a special place for me," Ballerini told People.
"I was in the glee club and got to perform in musicals on the same stage where I sang a song I wrote for the very first time. This city ' this high school ' really helped shape my life and I can't wait to share my new songs with you." Read morehere.
Brown and his paramour are seen enjoying warm and intimate moments, including making breakfast and playing pool. The passage of time is portrayed though a shared puppy that grows up into a big dog.
Watch the videohere.
Perry was performing at the Barclays Arena in Brooklyn on her current Witness tour when she stopped the show and called couple Katy and Becky from the audience.
The singer set the couple up by asking Katy to wish upon a star that was part of her elaborate stage production. The fan shocked and surprised her girlfriend Becky by getting down on one knee and popping the big question.
Happily, Becky said yes, much to the crowd and Perry's delight. Watch fan footage of the proposal, which contains some profanity by an enthusiastic concertgoer,here.
"New Day Christian has a storied legacy of distributing quality Christian products," said Dottie Leonard Miller, President New Day Christian. "We're excited to add Gene Watson to that list. Gene's voice is synonymous with Country music, and we couldn't be more thrilled to partner with him as he returns to his 'roots.'"
Over the years, Watson has proved that he is one of the great traditional country artists of his generation, and is defiantly proud to release a Gospel album that stands out in the wave of today's popular music. He is even prouder to dedicate his new album to his parents, Ted and Thelma Watson, who he credits for raising him in the church and sharing their love for Gospel music. The 13-track record brings the pure, organic country sound that Watson is famous for to gospel songs that he grew up with.
"This record really goes back to my roots of being in that little church and singin' hymns. We had nothing but love, family and prayer back then, so I wanted to honor those traditions with this album," Watson said. Read morehere.
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