Page Too Report for 09/20/2017
The album will come with just one feature, but it's a major one: Cyrus' godmother, country legend Dolly Parton. Parton will appear on the album's third track, "Rainbowland."
So far, Cyrus has released two songs from the new album: lead single, "Malibu," and the warm ballad, "Inspired," which she performed at Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester benefit concert in June of this year. Check out the full tracklistinghere.
The promo clip is for their new single "Get Low," and it features footage that was captured as they surprised fans around London with impromptu performances.
The clip captures the energy and excitement of fans encountering the stars out and about throughout the city. Join the roving party and watch the videohere.
"Jake reached out to the governor to find out the best way to help people in his home state who have been affected by Hurricane Irma," according to a press release.
"The result is a campaign called 'Bring Back the Sunshine' where 100 percent of funds raised will help victims in the Sunshine State. Funds will go toward disaster-related response and recovery through the Florida Disaster Fund," Florida's official private fund for disaster relief.
"We are thrilled that Jake Owen is lending a helping hand to Floridians in need," the governor said. "As a native Floridian, Jake's generosity and support is especially meaningful as our state continues the recovery process."
Owen announced the campaign on social media, sharing a heartfelt video on Instagram encouraging fans to give what they can. "For a ONE TIME, never bother you again, $10 fee, we can help rebuild the state of Florida, one donation at a time," Owen wrote on Instagram. "Please text the word SUNSHINE to 2022 for your $10 donation. All of your money goes DIRECTLY to the people that need it most.
"Florida thrives on tourism and people visiting our state," he added. "We aren't just rebuilding homes. Together we are rebuilding jobs, schools, infrastructure, we are rebuilding LIVES." See the Instagram posthere.
"My new song w @macklemore reminds me of being 16 chasing wild dreams not knowing those moments would be so precious," Kesha said of the track on Twitter.
"Good Old Days" follows previously released tracks "Glorious" with Skylar Grey and "Marmalade," featuring Lil Yachty. Check out "Good Old Days"here.
"I have chased this pain for four or five years," Gaga says in the trailer. We see images of the singer receiving shots of medication and recovering in bed. "But when I feel the adrenaline in my music and my fans, I can fing go."
Gaga's struggle with fibromyalgia has garnered attention in recent weeks as she postponed stops on her Joanne world tour on doctor's orders. She's nixed dates in Mexico, the U.K. and continental Europe, while fans express concern on social media. In a recent Instagram post, Gaga addressed her medical struggles and promised to advocate on behalf of chronic pain sufferers.
"I have always been honest about my physical and mental health struggles. Searching for years to get to the bottom of them," she wrote. "It is complicated and difficult to explain, and we are trying to figure it out. As I get stronger and when I feel ready, I will tell my story in more depth, and plan to take this on strongly so I can not only raise awareness, but expand research for others who suffer as I do, so I can help make a difference."
Five Foot Two has been screened at film festivals and debuts on Netflix September 22. Watch the emotional new trailer, which contains explicit language,here.
As Fallon showed the audience an old sweatshirt he was gifted by Lovato, the "Sorry Not Sorry" singer had a special surprise for her BFF. Moments after Fallon showed off the vintage garment, Lovato handed him a brand new shirt with both their faces on it. The zip-up sweatshirt read "J + D = BFF 4 Eva" on the front while the back was emblazoned with "Happy 10th anniversary," with exclamation marks running down the sweatshirt.
Did Fallon reciprocate? Sort of. He handed the singer homemade pickles since he read that she loves pickles. "This is my love pickle for you," he joked.
Later, the two besties play the Best Friend Challenge, in which they asked each other the same question to see how compatible they are as friends. So, do Lovato and Fallon have the same taste in Disney princesses and binge-watch worthy television shows? Watch to find outhere.
On the track, Morrissey proclaims the merits of spending a day in bed, tuning out the world and its many problems. Somehow, his prescription for serenity sounds tongue-in-cheek while dead serious at the same time.
"Stop watching the news/ Because the news contrives to frighten you/ To make you feel small and alone," he sings. The plucky, upbeat track also included lyrical gems like "I'm not my type, but I love my bed." All in all, Morrissey has written an anthem for anyone tempted to hide under the covers and neglect all their responsibilities. Low In High-School (his eleventh studio album) is scheduled to debut November 17 and a five-LP reissue of the Smiths' The Queen Is Dead drops October 20.
Morrisey won't be spending many days in bed this fall: Tour dates are expected to be announced in New York, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Chicago, Denver, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, Detroit, San Francisco, Seattle, Boston, St. Louis, Paso Robles, CA, and Portland, OR. Listen to "Spent The Day In Bed"here.
In the video, footage of Ziegler dancing on a water-covered floor is interspersed with clips from the movie, which is set to debut in theaters on Oct. 6.
The song is sung from the perspective of the character Sia voices for the film, Songbird Serenade. The album will also feature songs by Lukas Graham, Rachel Platten, DNCE, and more along with songs from the film sung by the star-studded cast which includes Taye Diggs, Zoe Saldana, Kristin Chenoweth, and Emily Blunt, among others. Watch the videohere.
In the same clip, Kodak Black admits that the song made him a Cardi B fan. "At first, I ain't gon' lie, I didn't really like Cardi B But then I heard that 'Bodak Yellow.' I like the song."
Listen to Cardi B and Kodak Black on the explicit remix of "Bodak Yellow"here.
Nelson takes on a slew of country music standards on the record, covering songs from Hank Williams and others. According to Rolling Stone, the recordings were made mostly during the same 2011 sessions that produced 2012 full-length, Heroes, Nelson's first release on the Legacy label.
The album was produced by Buddy Cannon at Pedernales Recording Studio and will feature sons Lukas and Micah as well as Nelson's sister, Bobbie. Check out the full tracklistinghere.
On Monday (September 18), Juicy J made his new mixtape available online and it boasts features from a slew of artists including Rick Ross, Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Rocky, Cardi B, Smokepurpp, XXXTentacion, Slim Jxmmi, and Project Pat. Production on the project was assisted by Mike WiLL Made-It, Key Wane, TM-88, Crazy Mike, Southside, and $uicide Boy$.
Stream the new tape, which contains explicit language, and view the complete tracklistinghere.
According to the report the combination of an artist's name together with "free mp3" generated the most potential for malicious websites, leading to musicians dominating the list. Bruno Mars, Carly Rae Jepsen, Zayn Malik and Celine Dion round out the top five.
"In today's digital world, we want the latest hit albums, videos, movies and more, immediately available on our devices," said Gary Davis, chief consumer security evangelist at McAfee. "Consumers often prioritize their convenience over security by engaging in risky behavior like clicking on suspicious links that promise the latest content from celebrities." Read morehere.
Detroit-based company StockX, described as "the world's first online 'stock market of things' for high-demand consumer products," has teamed up with Eminem for the initiative.
Starting today fans can make $10 donation(s) at Stockx.com/Hurricane-Relief, with The Marshall Mathers Foundation matching all donations up to $250,000.
There will be a total of 17 winners, one for every listed sneaker. Anyone can donate, but only residents of the United States who are 18 years or older are eligible to win a pair of sneaker. Read morehere.
In the photo, Morris is seen wearing a cropped top and pants with cutouts around the thighs. After being hit with online scoldings for the allegedly revealing nature of the outfit, Morris let it be known that she was not having any of it.
"Hey, while prudes are b-ing about my clothes, let's make babies," she captioned on a follow-up Instagram post with a photo wearing the same outfit while embracing her fiance and fellow artist Ryan Hurd.
Morris still had more to say on the subject, taking to Twitter to fire off another message to those offended by her outfit. "Honestly, I'm over the slut-shaming that goes on here," she said on Twitter. "I'm a self-sufficient woman who loves her body. Get over it, thanks." See all Maren's posthere.
Rhett's wife, Lauren Akins, has shared photos of the couple's obviously elated daughter as she prepares to head off to school. "How we feel about Willa Gray's first official day of school," Akins wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of Rhett and his little girl, beaming with excitement.
"Also, found this one," she wrote on a second similar post. "My heart is on the floor. Lord have mercy I love her. Sorry I just posted two of the EXACT same photo, I'm just an obsessive mom over here, okay I'm done now." See the adorable photoshere.
Cash's wife announced the news on Instagram beside an adorable photo of their new baby girl donning a pink hat with a bow. She included several photos of themselves next to their beautiful bundle of joy.
"My husband John Carter and I are proud to announce the birth of our daughter, Grace June Cash," she writes. "She was born on September 11th, 2017 at 5:44 pm. Welcome to the world sweet little angel." Read morehere.
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