Page Too Report for 03/21/2018
He turned himself in at a Hollywood police station and was released two hours later on $50,000 bail, reports Billboard. Last week, Andrea Buera told the press that Songz was upset that she was talking to another man at a party on February 18, and repeatedly punched her.
On Monday (March 19), Songz tweeted that he was being "falsely accused for someone's personal gain." He added that he had been advised by his lawyers and management to remain silent, but he couldn't hold his tongue any longer.
"For weeks my lawyers & Mgmt have asked me not to comment on this and I initially agreed," he wrote. "But this morning I feel that my fam, the women that raised me, my friends & fans especially the youth need to hear from me. I am being lied on and falsely accused for someone's personal gain."
Songz added that he won't probably won't have much more to say about the incident. Read the tweetshere.
Urban posted a 15-second teaser for the song, which features pop singer Julia Michaels. "Coming Home" includes polished production, Urban's nostalgic lyrics and Michaels' memorable harmonies.
The song seems to be literally about returning to loved ones after weeks or months on tour: "The place that I know, where they all know me/ I gotta get back now to the ones who love me/ Wrap myself around you, never let you go/ There's nothin' in the world that feels like coming home," Urban sings.
'I've been full-on writing, recording, collaborating and creating with some incredibly talented people for Graffiti U, a lot of whom I've never worked with before," Urban previously said in a press release announcing his 2018 Graffiti U Tour, which kicks off on June 15. 'I can hear how some of the songs will translate live already, which really makes putting on a new show so exhilarating." Read morehere.
The newly revealed version of the No One Ever Really Dies single opens with the distinctive voice of the Canadian rap superstar, who kicks off the remix with the first verse:
"I get it how I live it/ I live it how I get/ Y'all don't really get it"‹/ I pull up in a lemon/ Blocks get to spendin'/ Money 3D printin'/ Never had a limit/ Never been religious/ I just always had opinions."
Listen to the "Lemon" remix, with explicit lyrics, below: Read morehere.
Jay and Bey will now hit three additional U.S. cities on the tour: Columbus, OH, Columbia, SC, and Seattle, WA. Due to sold out shows, second dates have also been added in Washington, DC, East Rutherford, NJ, Chicago, IL, Atlanta, GA, and Los Angeles, CA.
Tickets for the newly announced dates will go on sale to the general public starting Monday, March 26. Beginning Wednesday, March 21 at 10am through Saturday, March 24 at 5pm (all times local) members of the Beyhive and TIDAL subscribers will have a pre-sale opportunity for the new dates announced in the US. To join the Beyhive and get access to tour pre-sales, go here. TIDAL members can find details for purchasing tickets here or via the TIDAL mobile, web and desktop apps. See the updated tour itinerary
"The beauty myth," Selena wrote. "An obsession with physical perfection that traps modern woman in an endless cycle of hopelessness, self consciousness, and self-hatred as she tries to fulfill society's impossible definition of flawless beauty."
The accompanying video shows Gomez relaxing on a boat with friends in Sydney, Australia. Grainy, retro shots of the famed harbor bridge and the Sydney Opera House are set to "Dreams Tonite" by Alvvays.
"I chose to take care of myself because I want to, not to prove anything to anyone. Wind in her sails," Selena concluded. Watch Selena's videohere.
Shelton appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday night, where he took on the host in a spirited round of the game, and things didn't exactly go well.
Shelton was able to squeak out a couple of correct answers, but a determined Fallon ruled the round. Things really got interesting when both guys took awhile to correctly determine that the song in question was Gwen Stefani's 2004 hit, "Hollaback Girl."
When Fallon correctly called it and Shelton recognized the song, the country star had to take a seat and contemplate the fallout. "All I know is that Blake is in a lot of trouble right now," Fallon joked.
"I came to this show to promote my album, and I am losing everything in my life," Shelton lamented. See if Shelton mounted a comeback against Fallon in the clip that's well worth watchinghere.
Keith Urban, Blake Shelton, Lady Antebellum and Kenny Chesney will hit the ACM stage with live performances. They join previously announced performers including Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Kelsea Ballerini, Maren Morris, Thomas Rhett and more.
The ACMs have also revealed a new list of presenters, including New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn, actress Rebecca Romijn and Entertainment Tonight host Nancy O'Dell. Read morehere.
He revealed that the new track, entitled "In My Blood" will debut on this Thursday, March 22. The new teaser arrived with a floral image that is now the profile picture across Mendes' social accounts.
The posts point towards it possibly being cover art of some kind (it would also look pretty snazzy on tour merch). See how he teased it on Instagramhere.
"'I Don't Think About You' is the moment you realize something has no power over you anymore," Clarkson said in a press statement. "We all have people and/or situations in life that mold us and sometimes those situations can feel like they're about to break us.
"But this song is about that morning you wake up and you don't even think about it anymore. It holds no power, no weight in your world, and consumes your thoughts no longer. It's a song about freedom, honestly."
"I Don't Think About You" is taken from Clarkson's most recent album, Meaning of Life. Watch the videohere.
Aldean and hist band squeeze in tight on a small stage to grind out the earnest and emotional track, which was co-written by Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley.
Aldean's new album, Rearview Town, is set to debut on April 13. Check out an online stream of the stripped-down take on his new singlehere.
"Some fire words from mommy I wanted share for whoever needs em," SZA posted on Twitter along with the text message, which offers a detailed and thorough list of how to get your act together and make "more space in your life for the things you love and want to do."
SZA's mom also asked her GRAMMY nominated daughter for "honest feedback" on her advice. Considering the 62K likes and 16K retweets at press time, it's safe to say that feedback is pretty positive. See the tweethere.
"After two years of marriage, we have come to the loving conclusion that we are much better as friends," Logic revealed in the note. "It's very simple: it just didn't work out," he revealed regarding the reason for the split. "There is no anger involved. No fighting, no cheating, no nothing. We love each other and will continue to support each other for the rest of our lives."
The rapper added an aside directed to his devoted fanbase: "Don't be sad. Be happy that we could peacefully end this chapter of our relationship, beginning a new one full of love and happiness… There are no sides, just us."
While fans responded to the message with shows of support, Jessica Andrea chimed in with her own response to the note. "I love you Bobby," she posted to Twitter. "And love to all the fans."
Logic responded to her tweet directly: "I love you Jess! You're my best friend." See the tweetshere.
"Hallelujah" is the story of one of the hardest times in my life. I was struggling to manage a busy schedule, maintain a difficult relationship with my brother, and battle the pervasive feeling that I was failing in every aspect of my life. I started to see my heart for what it actually was: broken and dirty.
During a sleepless night (one of the best times to write a song), I started to craft the words for "Hallelujah." Spilling my heart out on the page, the words began to become music that spoke everything that I was feeling. This song admits to my brokenness and despair and describes my personal journey of finding hope in the free grace of God.
The first time we played "Hallelujah" in front of a live crowd was a powerful experience. Two days after we released the song, we headlined a show at the Georgia Theatre in Athens, Georgia with over 600 fans. I briefly shared the story behind the song with our fans who had never heard it. As I played it, I saw one flashlight go up in the air, waving back and forth. To my surprise, hundreds of others joined in with their flashlights in the air. Every light in the house was turned off and the flashlights were the only things lighting up the room. It was an intimate moment, in which I could no longer see anyone in the crowd and it caused me to feel strangely alone. In that moment, it was only the band and me before God, singing a county song of brokenness and redemption.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourselfright here!
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