Page Too Report for 01/16/2018
As the title suggest, the new effort following up with 2017 release "Culture" which enjoyed platinum success in the United States, and includes the lead single "Motorsport".
The track, which featured guest appearances from Nicki Minaj and Cardi B, has reached gold status and the track has attracted over 223 millions streams and the accompanying video has been viewed over 113 million times online. Watch the visualhere.
On January 22, Minnie Mouse will earn a long-overdue star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and Katy will be on hand to present the honor. The achievement coincides with Minnie's 90th anniversary.
"After 90 years of serving looks & smiles as the polka dot queen, it's time she got that recognition!" Perry wrote. "It will be a childhood and grown adult dream come true for me that day!" Read morehere.
The dreamy, soulful track is now streaming online. Fans have already heard the pair collaborate, Del Rey is also featured on the album's lead single "God Save Our Young Blood."
"Blue Madonna in my bed now, blue Madonna in my head now, blue Madonna cherry red now, tonight, tonight," the pair sing as the song ends. Listen to "Blue Madonna"here.
Contestant Julie slammed her hand on the button and confidently blurted out, "Who is Eminem?" Fortunately for Julie's competitor Rebecca, she recognized the face on the screen that accompanied the question and gave the correct answer.
Will this pop culture moment spur a collaboration? Only time will tell. Check it outhere.
"Redneck Of The Woods" is the first single off of my debut album
"Legacy". A huge part of this album coming to be was as a result of my
father passing away and the ensuing devastation and depression that
forced me to rebuild myself from a million shattered pieces. He always
encouraged me with my music, and I wanted to honor his memory and make
him proud, instead of becoming self-destructive. It was and continues to
be a struggle at times.
"Redneck Of The Woods" really resonates with me and is a song that
encompasses a lot of what my father stood for and instilled in me as a
man, so it was the perfect choice for my first single. It's all about
being proud of who you are and where you're from. It's about God,
family, America, hard work, helping others, and standing up for what you
believe in. I love this song and my dad would have too.
Not only does "Redneck Of The Woods" strike a deep chord with me
lyrically, but I love the tough outlaw country sound that helps get the
whole attitude and message across. We played around with some different
ideas in the studio and, just as with the entire album, everyone
involved seemed to be on the same page and made this song really shine.
I'm proud of this song, what it stands for, and what it means to me as a
man, a son, and an artist.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the albumright here!
'[I'm] so excited to finally share this video with everyone," she said in a statement. "It took us 22 hours to shoot this video and with the best people and team, magic happens. This video is about your stronger and weaker side fighting with each other only to realize that self-love is what will help you overcome any negativity that comes your way. I hope you like it as much as we have loved making it."
Schofield wanted to "embody a sense of empowerment" in the video that expressed the duality of a breakup. "So we had in mind a visual of the internal struggle, showing the two sides of Dua's emotive state, like an argument with someone you love," he said. Watch the videohere.
Diamond Rio shared a photo from the event, showing a group of country music artists posing in front of a deer stand that has been modified with a Batman logo.
"All of us dedicated Troy Gentry's favorite deer stand at the Opry hunt," captioned Diamond Rio singer's Marty Roe on Instagram. "The Batman logo. His favorite superhero." See the heartfelt dedicationhere.
Brown shared theadorable new video featuring him pulling off a choreographed dance routine with fiancee Katelyn Jae set to Cassie's 2005 hit, "Me & U."
The couple is seen sporting matching sweatsuits and laughing at each other's dance moves throughout the clip. Check out the cute cliphere.
"Take You Back" arrives with an official music video, a romantic clip that captures the majesty of Malibu, California. "We shot the 'Take You Back' video against easily one of the most stunning landscapes I've ever seen," Dodds said in a press statement.
"(Director) Jack (Guy) captured the scene perfectly, we had a blast shooting and I couldn't have asked for a better first music video." Check out both of Cale's new trackshere.
"My beauty boys Henry and Charlie made this for me today, my last day of chemotherapy," Louis-Dreyfus shared on Instagram with the clip. "Pretty swell, right? Ain't they sweet?"
The video finds the guys really getting into the Michael Jackson classic, pumping their mom up to get through her last day of treatment. Watch the cliphere.
This category features powerhouse groups Coldplay and Imagine Dragons. Plus, solo superstars Ed Sheeran, Lady Gaga, Kesha and Lana Del Rey. Check out more from each of the nominees below.
Kaleidoscope EP – Coldplay: Kaleidoscope is the 13th EP from the 7-time GRAMMY Award winning band. The album's lead single "Something Just Like This," which is a collaboration with The Chainsmokers, is nominated for a GRAMMY (Best Pop Duo/Group Performance) as well. The five-track EP blends the group's rock music sound with their pop music sound that we have come to love from the Chris Martin-fronted band.
Ã· – Ed Sheeran: Ã· (pronounced "divide") is Sheeran's third studio album, which highlighted all that we have come to love from the British crooner. With singles like "Shape Of You," "Castle on the Hill," and "Perfect," the album definitely produced some of the biggest songs of 2017. In fact, Ã· was the second-best selling album of 2017.
Evolve – Imagine Dragons: The third studio album from Imagine Dragons blurred the boundaries of pop, rock and alternative music once again, when it was released in 2017. The album, which includes the singles, "Believer," "Thunder," and "Whatever It Takes," delivered a sound that appealed to the group's established fans, while helping millions of new fans discover their unique sound. In fact, as a Newsday review put it, the album showed the group was "ready to transcend genre labels -- they just want to make good music that interests them." Read about the rest of the nomineeshere.
From A Room: Volume 1 – Chris Stapleton: Chris Stapleton released From A Room: Volume 1 back in May and has since sold 1.8 million albums. According to The Tennessean, he was the second-most-listened-to country artist of 2017. The record was Stapleton's sophomore release featuring his lead single, 'Either Way," and the GRAMMY-nominated track, 'Broken Halos."
Cosmic Hallelujah – Kenny Chesney: Kenny Chesney introduced the world to his sixteenth studio album, Cosmic Hallelujah, in October of 2016. The country superstar has released four singles since the record dropped including 'Noise," 'Setting the World on Fire," 'Bar at the End of the World," and 'All the Pretty Girls." Chesney recently revealed to Billboard that taking chances with Cosmic Hallelujah earned him this GRAMMY nomination.
Heart Break– Lady Antebellum: Fans waited three years for Lady Antebellum's 2017 release of Heart Break. The country trio's 13-track collection features their lead single and latest summer jam, 'You Look Good." People Country reported that the album title was Charles Kelley, Dave Haywood, and Hillary Scott's nod to their hiatus. Read about the other nomineeshere.
According to E! News, Drake made a point of going over to talk to Rae, inviting her to a Netflix event he was scheduled to host later in the evening. The report was that she politely declined the invitation.
Rae has taken to social media to respond to the report with her own take on the incident, even offering up her own headline for the story. "*Obsessed Fan Who Dedicated Entire Season to Artist Continues to Shamelessly Fangirl When She Sees Him at Party Later," the writer/actress joked on Twitter with a link to the post.
The Insecure star also gave Drake an enthusiastic thumbs-up for his DJ skills in a Snapchat video. "I was at a party where Drake was the DJ, and I must say that he was a phenomenal DJ," she enthuses in the clip. "He played all the correct tracks. The playlist was simply correct." See the postshere.
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