The record, which is scheduled for a Halloween release, will include guest appearances by Usher, Gucci Mane, Young Thug and Future, Ty Dolla $ign, Yo Gotti, Lil Yachty, Kodak Black, and R. Kelly.
Heartbreak on a Full Moon follows Brown's 2015 release, Royalty. Check out the full tracklisting along with his special guestshere.
In addition to getting sneak preview of the album that's set for release on Nov. 10, the invited fans were allowed to hold Swift's Album of the Year GRAMMY award for 1989, and were given parting gifts of Reputation snake key chains marked with the Watch Hill location (via Billboard).
Social media photos from the event are scarce, but some lucky fans in attendance have shared images from the experience. Check out a couple of the postshere.
The special duet performance is part of the live concert film, The Life & Songs of Kris Kristofferson: All Star Concert Celebration, which is set to debut on October 27th.
The star-studded event featured appearances from Willie Nelson, Darius Rucker, Lady Antebellum, Dierks Bentley, Eric Church, Alison Krauss, Martina McBride, Reba McIntire, Jennifer Nettles and more. They were backed by an all-star band led by Don Was. Watch the cliphere.
"I'm not actually a very good famous person at all," she told the magazine. "I hate cameras. I don't love the spotlight. It was a big shocker to me that the music business is 80% business and 20% music.
"I was like, 'I didn't know I signed up for all this other stuff.'" Read morehere.
"I was so young, 'till she kissed me, like a whiskey, like a whiskey," frontman Adam Levine sings on the hook. The track is the latest from the band's forthcoming album, Red Pill Blues, which is set to be released on November 3. Check out "Whiskey"here.
The new full-length is set to be released on December 1st, and it follows hot on the heels of "From A Room Vol. 1", which hit stores back in May of this year.
The album takes its name from Nashville's historic RCA Studio A, where it was recorded over the last year with Grammy Award-winning producer Dave Cobb. See the full tracklisthere.
The 13-track collection features Owen's six No.1 singles as well as two brand new songs "Subliminal Love" and "Long As You're In It." Check out the full tracklistinghere.
When the Bryans hit the red carpet for this year's CMT Artist of the Year ceremony, Caroline was spotted sporting the massive new rock. "Oh yeah, I came with that one right out the gate," Luke Bryan told People about the jewelry, which he called an upgrade on the original engagement ring he gave Caroline.
"It was a little 10-year anniversary gift. Ten years with me feels like a thousand," he added. "It was certainly the least I could do!" Check out Caroline's new bling in the photohere.
Morris shared a photo on Instagram on Thursday (October 19) with the couple surrounded by friends and family in a beautiful backyard setting. "A few days ago, we had our family & friends join us at our home for a celebration of love," Morris wrote in her caption.
"Ryan Hurd & I are so lucky to have these people in our life, cheering us on. If the engagement party was any preview of the actual wedding, I'm gonna need some damn waterproof mascara." Probably a wise investment. See the posthere.
The rapper is seen opening the first box to reveal his GRAMMY for Best New Artist 2017, followed by the award for Best Rap Performance, which he received for "No Problem." Chance opens his third GRAMMY, for Best Rap Album in his nex post.
"I got my Grammys in the mail," Chance wrote. "Thank you everyone who made this music with me, especially this girl right here." Kensli Bennett is excited to help her dad open his awards, who uses the moment to help his daughter learn to count. Check out both clipshere.
"I think at the age of 25, had I had a name to what I was feeling at the time, I would have disclosed that I've been suffering from depression," said the singer. "At that age, I didn't know what to call it."
"For years, I'm in one of the top-selling female groups of all time, suffering with depression," she continued. "When I disclosed it to our manager at the time, bless his heart, he was like, 'Y'all just signed a multi-million dollar deal and you're about to go on tour. What do you have to be depressed about?' So I was like, 'Oh, maybe I'm just tired.'"
"I was suicidal," Williams admitted. "I was to that place where it got so dark and heavy because sometimes you feel like, 'I'm the provider, I take care of people. I'm not supposed to be feeling this way. What do I do?' And I wanted out."
These days, Williams is doing better and says she has released those thoughts, "I want to normalize this conversation," she said. The singer also praised Demi Lovato, who speaks candidly about her own struggles with depression in her recently released documentary Simply Complicated. See the full conversationhere.
Opening the shows will be fellow Texans Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen, who recently joined him for the Hand-in-Hand benefit for Hurricane Harvey Relief.
"We said from the beginning that we would listen to the fans and follow what they want," the country icon singer said in a prepared statement. "Fan support is just as strong now as it was when we started, and we are responding to that interest by adding shows in 2018." Read morehere.
"Hi Katrina," Cyrus said. "This is Miley. I've heard about you from so many wonderful people. Your name got to me through so many friends, some contestants on The Voice, and they said you're a huge fan. I just wanted to let you know that I am thinking about you all the time — sending all good, healing, peaceful vibes to you and all your family and your friends."
"I hope you feel better soon and just want you to know that you'll be in my mind and on my heart. See ya." A local journalist tweeted the video which features a side-by-side reaction shot from Katrina's hospital bed in Southern California. Overcome with gratitude, Katrina thanked Miley for her thoughts.
"I cannot believe it. I cannot believe how much this has gone crazy," she said. "So much love — I cannot. I'm overwhelmed. Overwhelmed by the love." Watch the touching videohere.
During the conversation, the "Anaconda" MC also broke down what it means to be a "great" rapper. "Do you sound intelligent?" she said. "Does your flow switch up? Are you in command of the beat? I listen for things like that."
Nicki cited Foxy Brown, JAY-Z and Lil Wayne as her biggest influences: "Those are the three I keep in my head when I'm writing because they've influenced me so much," she said. "I feel like I'm a part of all of them."
Nicki credited her "ability to withstand what would break the normal girl" with keeping her at the top of the game. She added that she has needed to prove herself with each new release.
"I had so much going against me in the beginning: being black, being a woman, being a female rapper," she said. "No matter how many times I get on a track with everyone's favorite M.C. and hold my own, the culture never seems to want to give me my props as an M.C., as a lyricist, as a writer. I got to prove myself a hundred times, whereas the guys that came in around the same time as I did, they were given the titles so much quicker without anybody second-guessing." Read morehere.
Earlier this week, Selena Gomez posted a video of herself giving her four-year-old sister Gracie a pep talk and her message of empowerment will no certainly resonate with her fan base.
In the clip, the duo sit on a balcony overlooking the ocean and the camera captures them in black-and-white silhouette. "I'm not scared," Gracie says. "I know," Selena replies. "'Cause you're fearless, right? You're not scared of anything, right?" Then the sisters share a high five.
Gomez explained in the caption how she hopes this type of confidence-building will benefit Gracie. "I will forever let my sister know she is strong, bold and beautiful," she wrote. "She will be raised to know her voice matters. She is going to understand the importance behind being a leader and inspire others by her truth." Watch the videohere.
"This is new for me; this is recent. I love a man in black," she said last Friday (Oct. 13) during the "pep rally" at a Bloomingdale's in New York for Rihanna's Fenty x Puma fall 2018 collection. "It's so sexy and mysterious; confident and secure -- all the things I love about a man. So, I'm into that."
The singer also commented on the age-old question of whether or not men should wear socks with flip-flops ("I'm from the islands, so we don't wear socks with shoes, especially sneakers. But it depends on the man"), and went on to reveal if she follows Instagram trends with an unequivocal nope. Read morehere.
The eye-popping clip features an instrumental version of rapper Vince Staples' song, "BagBak." As the video progresses, the track evolves to incorporate parts from Gil Scott-Heron's politically-charged 1970 classic, "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised."
The music makes for an ideal soundtrack to the nonstop onscreen action. Black Panther, starring Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong'o, Anglea Bassett, Forrest Whitaker and more is slated to hit the big screen on February 16, 2018. Watch the trailer
Toni Braxton will receive the Don Cornelius Legend Award and female R&B trio SWV will get the Lady of Soul Award at the Nov. 5 ceremony in Las Vegas.
The show will air on BET November 26. See the full list of nomineeshere.
The hitmaking pop star shared a video montage that featured herself and her man dancing in silhouette, kissing by a pool and having fun with snapchat filters.
"C L A S S I C M O O D with @samasghari #mylove," she wrote. The couple met on the set of Spears' "Slumber Party" music video. Check out the posthere.
"Her birthday was October 2, and of course, Vegas took place on the 1st," he told Billboard about his mom's concern after hearing about the Route 91 tragedy (Brown was not in the area).
"So, she was worried sick all night, and then on her actual birthday, her car was repossessed. So, she didn't have a car and was only making $9.75 an hour. Something came over me, and the next day, I thought 'I'm going to go get my mother a car.'"
Brown went on to detail the process of buying the car, and choosing the perfect vehicle for his mother. Read morehere.
"There isn't a law on the books or that could have been on the books that would have stopped this horrible tragedy from happening," the longtime supporter of gun ownership told CBS Philadelphia, "and I am not of the belief that you punish the masses because of the few."
"Gun control is a very slippery slope, because the people that you are controlling are the law-abiding citizens that follow the laws, that buy guns legally," Lewis added. "Criminals don't buy guns legally. Criminals don't follow laws that are applied. So, really, all you're doing with more gun laws is hindering the law-abiding citizens from protecting themselves from the criminal that isn't gonna go through all the law-abiding things to get that gun."
For Lewis, controlling guns is missing the point entirely. Read morehere.
The duo of Chris Lucas and Preston Brust shared a photo of which shows the cantankerous puppets perched in their customary balcony seats, with the caption:
"How'd these guys get into our soundcheck?" While the shot is likely the work of photoshop, it's still pretty funny. Check out the posthere.
"We were even more comfortable than we were last time, and instead of it being like 'We have to nail this,' now it was like 'OK, we did something really cool last time. Let's try and build on that,'" Young says.
Young's Losing Sleep continues the musical experimentation heard on I'm Comin' Over. Listeners can hear this on the title track which features slick beats and a steamy storyline.
"I think the experimentation I did on the last record was the most I had really done," he admits. "So with this one it was about continuing that. There's stuff like 'Losing Sleep' - which is really different sonically from a lot of things in my catalog - and there are going to be things that feel more familiar, too. Each song has a unique vibe and life to it."
He adds, "'Losing Sleep' is a sexy song, and that's a hallmark of mine if you look back. Once every so often, there's gonna be a sexy song in there, and this one is unabashedly passionate." Read morehere.
'I just came from my suite, and I have to say, it was amazing!" she says to Alex Rodriguez, VP of Slot Operations for the resort. 'I felt like such a high roller up there."
Zeiring mentions that she has heard the heart of the resort is on the casino floor. 'We have one of the biggest gaming floors in the industry," Rodriguez tells her. 'We have about 200,000 square feet of gaming space, 4,350 slot machines, 150 table games and a 700 seat bingo." Read morehere.
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