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In the clip, the two artists are depicted in various shots embellished with CGI graphics. The video also features scenes from the movie, which hits theaters this Friday (March 9).
The lyrics to the lush, majestic song read like a self-affirmation mantra: 'Today I saw a rainbow in the rain /It told me I can do anything/ If I believe, I believe, I believe in me." Watch the videohere.
Building on the guitar riff from "What Makes You Beautiful" into "It's Gotta Be You," DJ Earworm throws it back to the band's glory days over a frenetic three minutes that touches on 'Kiss You," 'Little Things," 'Story of My Life," 'Drag Me Down," 'Perfect" and more 1D fan favorites.
Check out the mix and enjoy the memories of the glory days when all of those pop superstars were in the same group. Is the hiatus over yet? Listen to ithere.
I've Loved You Since Forever is the title and Hoda's recruited her famous friend Kelly Clarkson to sing the eponymous song that accompanies the book. "I've Loved You Since Forever" made its world premiere Thursday morning on Today.
"Before birds flew over rainbows and monkeys swung on trees/ There was you, and there was me/ Before the sun set in the sky and honey came from bees/ There was you, and there was me," Clarkson sang.
Hoda's publisher HarperCollins calls I've Loved You Since Forever "a celebratory and poetic testament to the timeless love felt between parent and child." The book, which features illustrations by Suzie Mason, debuted this week. Watch Kelly's performancehere.
The video combines grainy home-movie style clips of Camila in a hotel room with more polished, fashion-forward clips. In a contemporary red outfit she poses against giant space rocks while in others she preens around a large metallic sculpture. It's an artsy departure from the "Havana" video's cute romantic comedy structure.
"The video is supposed to visually represent all the different ways love makes you feel," Cabello tweeted. "So all the scenes are different sides to that feeling." Watch the video for "Never Be the Same"here.
In recent months, Madonna has launched her MDNA skincare line. Kim has been a fixture of the beauty industry for years. The duo (who have both, in their own ways, collaborated with Kanye West) sat down for a talk about their beauty projects. Billboard and W magazine even speculate that a joint line is in the works.
Madonna shared a teaser of the conversation with Kim on Twitter with the caption "When Worlds Collide." "The next minute I was having a serious chat about skin care and beauty with @KimKardashian! Fun Day," she wrote. See teasers from their chathere.
The lyrics to this song came together rather quickly, which isn't usually the case for me. I was backpacking through South East Asia with my two girlfriends in 80 degree weather, completely exhausted after 35 hours spent traveling. We were on foot and Jill kept saying "we're halfway there". We continued on. Deliriously, I read the spray paint on the walls to busy my mind as we walked along. My mind started to run as I developed an existential feeling of being halfway through life.
The song is really about feeling halfway through life, at 24 years old, Halfway, and feeling confused with a constant notion of wanting to "run". Searching for happiness, as one can't see it but they feel it. Confusion seems to be a theme at my age within my generation. The song embodies the concept that we do things we shouldn't out of fear, yet we continue to trudge on through our mistakes.
I stopped walking, pulled out my journal, and the lyrics practically wrote themselves. A month later in California with my guitarist Kevin, I sang the words over his chord progression and the song was born.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the albumright here!
"I see myself so clearly in this picture," Lorde wrote on Instagram. On Twitter, she wrote, "When Sam paints me I see myself in sharp focus, emotions fully crystallized."
The new portrait depicts Lorde upright, holding a microphone and glancing to the side. Again, McKinniss captures something somewhat unsettling under the surface of the singer's expression. Lorde explained that the image on which the painting is based comes from a challenging time.
'When this photo was taken I was fragile, anxious; feeling raw and exposed in my practice, newly 21 and looking for a sign," she wrote. "I see all that and more here. Thank you, Sam."
Lorde's currently on tour in North America with Run the Jewels--she's unveiled unheard Melodrama songs and Frank Ocean covers on the road, so far. See the new portraithere.
This week, someone running a Zayn fan account noticed the former One Direction singer's leg has some fresh ink that resembles a screenshot from one of the Harry Potter movies.
The tattoo in question appears to be a rendering of supervillain Lord Voldemort (played by Ralph Fiennes in the films), with his wand raised menacingly.
The speculation is based on grainy paparazzi photos taken of Zayn in Miami. The artist hasn't shared a clear photo of the tattoo or explained its meaning. Still, the digital sleuths in Zaynworld present a pretty compelling theory. See pics of Zayn's new inkhere.
The 2017 release has earned Old Dominion's Matthew Ramsey, Trevor Rosen, Brad Tursi, Geoff Spring, and Whit Sellers two nominations at the 2018 ACM Awards including Vocal Group of the Year and Album of the Year.
Last summer, the band unveiled the "Be with Me" music video which sends a strong message of female empowerment. The song follows their smash hit, "No Such Thing as a Broken Heart." Watch the band's late night performancehere.
In the show's upcoming season, Cage has become a local hero in Harlem, with a growing reputation around town as a genuine superhero. "But being so visible has only increased his need to protect the community and find the limits of who he can and can't save," reads the official synopsis. "With the rise of a formidable new foe, Luke is forced to confront the fine line that separates a hero from a villain."
The explosive visuals in the clip come with an equally bombastic soundtrack, powered by a booming classic hip-hop beat and rhymes from one of hip-hop's most influential pioneers. The track is "I Ain't No Joke," the timeless 1987 hit by legendary rap duo, Eric B. & Rakim.
The sparse, minimal track courtesy of producer Eric B. set the stage for rapper Rakim to deliver his rock-hard rhymes in clear, concise fashion. Rakim's groundbreaking lyricism on the track was augmented by the fact that he made a conscious decision to keep it clean and free of all profanity.
"I can get real crazy with rhymes, but they ain't gonna play it all day, and that's what's gonna get you paid: people constantly hearin' it on radio," Rakim told Spin back in 1987. "I could make real stupid s— that they'll only play on the weekend, then they'll have to bleep half the record out! But, you know, I ain't livin' like that. I'm gettin' paid, I wanna get paid." Read morehere.
The singer told Entertainment Tonight, 'He and I have been friends for a really long time, for like 17 years and it just grew from friendship to more than that."
Then she dropped some relationship advice, 'So you gotta keep your friends close," she added. "You never know what can happen." Downplaying the attention over her huge engagement ring, she said, 'He did good."
When asked about what's important for her upcoming wedding, the 'Un-break My Heart" singer says, 'The cake is important, and the groom's cake, and the dress," with emphasis on it being 'appropriate, but sexy at the same time" for a woman her age. Read morehere.
The singer offers "mom, sister, wife, relative, friend, co-worker, doctor, teammate, coach" as examples of the kinds of women who will qualify, with the chosen photos flashed on a big screen behind Bentley during the performance.
Images should be taken on a solid neutral colored background and must be posted via Twitter or Instagram with the official hashtag #WomanAmenACM by Wednesday, April 4. Read morehere.
Johnson wrote: "We're grateful to you all and if you ever need anything, I got your back." In the video, Johnson says: "This past Saturday night something happened to me and my family that I would never want to happen to any of you guys out there.
"We were up all night in the emergency room. We had something scary that happened with our little baby girl, Jasmine," he explained. "She's OK now -- thank God. But, I just want to say thank you so much to everybody who was involved, so caring and compassionate and responsive.
"To all you mommies and daddies out there, when emergencies like this happen, I would just highly recommend that you stay as calm and as focused as possible," adding, "because our little babies, energetically, they pick up on what we're putting out, especially in times of stress." Read morehere.
While the idea of them embarking on a tour is just a wild fantasy, all of those women connected recently for what looks like a really fun night out. Lana Del Rey shared the jaw-dropping image of the fierce quartet spending time together with the simple caption, "DIY."
What these powerful artists could be "doing" during their time together is certainly ripe for interpretation (discussing a new song? A tour? The greatest Lilith Fair lineup yet?), but we can't wait to find out. Check it outhere.
'If I had to describe my first album visually it would probably be a flame – while this new album is about a real sonic and artistic evolution for me," Bay explained in a press statement. "The feeling of a 100 watt bulb expanding and brightening is what I envisioned. Electric Light came to my mind and I knew it was perfect."
Bay will support the new release with a new round of fall tour dates that will follow a handful of previously announced spring club shows. The fall shows kick off Sept. 13 in Atlanta, GA, with gigs lined up through Oct. 15, when Bay and company hit the stage in Portland, OR. See the Electric Light tracklist and Bay's tour itineraryhere.
When Morty offers to play some "album Logic," Rick is not having it. "He's got a plethora of music that varies from mood to mood, Morty. I'm in the mood to turn some s— up, Morty. I'm not in the mood for a message about how I can be whatever I want…meet me in the middle, Morty. Give me some of that Bobby Tarantino s—."
The clip ends with the release date for Bobby Tarantino II – this Friday, March 9. Watch the extremely funny and NSFW cliphere.
This week, Kimmel is back with another musical Mean Tweets segment featuring some of the industry's biggest stars. Haters on social media didn't pull any punches, but the stars were good sports.
"P!nk makes music for obnoxious white bridal parties that drunkenly walk into a Denny's and ruin everyone's evening," the singer read in one of the clip's many highlights.
Other artists in the mix include Usher, Common, Nick Jonas, Green Day, TLC, Alice Cooper, and Zendaya. Watch the hilarious (and venomous) video, which contains some NSFW language,here.
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