"My husband loved it," Underwood told Variety. "He would listen to it before playoff games. He was like 'I want everyone to hear it!' and I had to tell him, 'You can't do that. You can't play it in the locker room. I'm sorry.' But that was a good indicator that we were on the right track."
"I am invincible, unbreakable," Carrie sings on the hook. "Unstoppable, unshakeable, they knock me down, I get up again, I am the champion." Luda spells out the word champion in his verse, listing the attributes it takes to become one "The C is for the courage I possess through the trauma," he raps "H is for the hurt but it's all for the honor." Check out the new sports anthemhere.
Lamar serves as the curator/producer of the soundtrack along with his label TDE boss Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith. Mike WILL Made It and Teddy Walton produced the track that features a steady beat and minimal instrumentation, leaving room for the rappers to exchange lines. A little past the halfway mark, Blake sings an ethereal passage.
In addition to being featured in the Black Panther soundtrack, "King's Dead" will be the first single from Rock's upcoming album. Listen to the new track, which contains explicit lyrics,here.
Next Saturday's installment (on January 20th) will see Jessica Chastain serving as host, with Troye Sivan slated to handle musical duties on the long running comedy show.
The month of new shows wraps up on Jan. 27 when Chris Stapleton steps up as musical guest, with show alum Will Ferrell hosting. See the show's official tweethere.
"'Down The Rabbit Hole Live' is a reference to the never-ending pursuit of excellence," Zac Brown explained in a press statement. "This summer, we'll bring the fans along that journey with us."
The tour runs through Sept. 22, wrapping up in San Diego, CA, when the band performs with the Eagles and the Doobie Brothers. Tickets and VIP packages go on sale Thursday, January 19th 10AM local time. Legacy and Zamily presale begins Tuesday, 1/16 at 10am local time. Get details about the Zamily here and see the band's full tour itineraryhere.
"First and foremost, I want to thank you for sticking by me," Cabello wrote on social media. "You guys love me in the most innocent and pure and genuine way you can love a person, and I feel so lucky I get to have people in my life that care about me so much."
The singer goes on to thank fans for supporting her as she crafted the album, and writes that now the songs "belong to you." Read Cabello's full posthere.
McCreery co-wrote the surprise track with Frank Rogers and Dan Isbell. The 24-year-old's recent engagement to fiancee, Gabi Dugal, was the inspiration behind the lyrics.
"Up in Manhattan/ Or way out in some cabin/ In the middle of nowhere/ Well baby I'll be there/ Wherever you are, wherever it is/ Baby it ain't too far/ Just give me call or drop me a pin."
Seasons Change is set to arrive March 16 and is the first from McCreery in five years. Listen to "Wherever You Are"here.
"Let me start by saying that I have an enormous amount of respect for everything that Oprah has achieved and contributed in her life," Seal says in a Facebook video. "What I reposted was not an attack on Oprah at all. She just happened to be the person photographed with the pig in the picture. No, what I reposted was commentary on the hypocritical and double-standard nature and behavior of Hollywood."
Seal goes on to stress that sexual abusers simply losing jobs is not justice, and that the punishment would be much harsher if the abusers "looked like me." Read morehere.
Blige was emotional accepting the honor. "I loved to sing, it set me free from all of the negativity and all of the confusion happening outside of our home," the singer said.
"God gave me the strength to keep steppin' and keep my head up regardless of what anybody thought about me, regardless of what anybody said about me," she continued. "I see myself clear and it's not all pretty, but I accept the beautiful mess that I am because it's an imperfect me, still learning, still growing, still Mary though." Read morehere.
"I'm excited to show people who the new Phillip is," Phillips said of the new album in a press statement. "These songs tell the stories about the past three years - all the good, all the bad, all the sad, all the happy. I promise this next release is worth the wait."
Listen to an online stream of the former American Idol star's new track "Into the Wild"here.
The melancholy track combines melodic vocals with smooth rapping and the lyrics address a painful breakup: "Loving you is like a fairytale/ I just can't pick up the phone again/ This time I'll be on my own my friend/ One more time I'm all alone again."
The two artists worked together on the song just a few weeks before the up-and-coming 21-year-old rapper died. At first, Marshmello considered scrapping the track, but Lil Peep's mother asked him if he would release it as a tribute to her son.
'Peep brought an excitement to music that was unparalleled to anybody I've ever met," Marshmello said in a statement. "We started an idea together that unfortunately, we were never able to officially finish together. When I listen to this track now I get chills wishing he could hear it. This record is dedicated to Peep's mother, family, friends and his fans. Gus will live forever through his music and that is something we should all be extremely thankful for."
Listen to "Spotlight"here.
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