Along with a bevy of hits, Coldplay is expected to perform their collaboration with Beyonce "Hymn for the Weekend," off their latest album A Head Full of Dreams.
According to multiple reports, Bruno Mars is expected to also join Coldplay on stage for the big event. Super Bowl 50 will take place at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California on Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016. Read more here.
According to a statement, Cole suffered from idiopathic pulmonary arterial hypertension, which led to heart failure. Her family released the statement on Thursday (Jan. 7) that explains following receiving a kidney transplant in 2009, Cole was diagnosed with pulmonary arterial hypertension, a rare lung disease that causes shortness of breath, dizziness and sometimes chest pain.
The statement also stated that she "responded well to pulmonary arterial hypertension-specific agents over many years, during which she performed many concerts world-wide, but eventually succumbed to intractable right heart failure, an outcome that unfortunately commonly occurs in this progressive disorder." Read more here.
"The truth of it is, you can think one thing about a situation and the total opposite can happen," he said. "I had every intention of remaining friends with everybody, but I guess certain phone numbers have changed and I haven't received calls from a lot of people. I've reached out to a few of them and not got a reply. Certain people have pride issues, but it's stuff you overcome in time."
Perhaps their silence has something to do with Malik's increasing vocality about how creatively restricted he felt while in 1D. In December 2015, he spoke with Fader about how the band's pop formula eventually began to grate on him.
Malik echoes those sentiments in his Billboard interview, sharing that even though he appreciated his time in 1D, he often felt like writing songs was a machine-like endeavor. Read more here.
"#2016 Ecstatic to be working on the @britneyspears #EP with the #DreamTeam @Trey_Vittetoe #ginaschock #britneyspears," Jones tweeted and then deleted, according to MTV.
DJ Mustard and other reported collaborators have leaked minimal information about Britney's next project. The producer admitted he has a "super big hit" ready for her. Read more here.
"My first reaction was to be like man that's a bummer, this isn't fun for me," says Swift. "But then my second reaction ended up being, hey that's actually kindof a really interesting character they're writing about, she jet sets around the world collecting men, and she can get any of them, but she's so clingy that they leave and she cries, and then she gets another one in her web and she traps them and locks them in her mansion and then she's crying in her marble bathtub surrounded by pearls."
"I was like, I can use this," Swift jokes. The performance comes from Taylor's stripped down set at the GRAMMY Museum on September 30th. Check out the unplugged version of "Blank Space" here.
After a couple of swift kicks from Sharon Osbourne, security removed Zacari Nicasio from the stage. According to NME, Nicasio shouted "Yeezy just jumped over Jumpman," a lyric from West's song "FACTS," alluding to his friendly rivalry with Drake.
"I had to shout out who I look up to: Kanye West and Kevin Gates," Nicasio told the Hollywood Reporter. "I came here to do this tonight. I could honestly care less about what was going to happen." Check out an image here.
Gomez had previously released a Same Old Love (Remixes) EP, which featured dance remixes of the track by Borgore, Wuki, Filous, and Romos.
Gomez is scheduled to appear on Saturday Night Live next week, will she invite the 'Trap Queen' rapper to perform with her? Check out a stream of the new remix here.
Putting together archival footage, interviews and more, Lee's new documentary chronicles Jackson's early years from his start in Motown to his 1979 album Off the Wall.
The film provides "A look at a chapter of his career that is rarely examined, Michael Jackson's Journey from Motown to Off the Wall allows audiences to travel with Michael as he gets his start at Motown, strikes a new path with CBS Records, and forges a relationship with legendary producer Quincy Jones," according to a press release. Read more here.
Producer Rich the Kid added fuel to Frank Ocean's album buzz by tweeting a picture of the two speaking on FaceTime. Rich the Kid captioned the picture, "'Me X Frank Ocean'smh."
Rich's tweet was soon deleted. However, he confirmed to HotNewHipHop he would be working with Ocean in the studio. 'We recording new music today (Jan. 7). We are in L.A. I'm here working with Wiz [Khalifa] and I called him [Frank Ocean], he's in the studio."
The news excited music fans as they speculated just how the collaboration between Frank Ocean and Rich the Kid would sound. Others remain skeptical we'll see a new project from the eccentric singer this year. Read more here.
"I feel like on this album," says Banks over a audion snippet of a new track in the preview video, "I'm hiding less and that's like a new thing for me, to be seen."
No further details on the release at this point, it will be the follow-up to BANKS 2014 debut album Goddess. Check out the clip, which contains explicit language here.
Their episode is titled "Run, Chris, Run" and is scheduled to air in May; it revolves around Chris attempting to run for homecoming king. The 1D members are featured in a campfire scene with Stewie.
Stewie tells the band a scary story about loose-fitting jeans, which scares them because One Direction are partial to skinny jeans. All four members appear in the scene, but only Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson recorded dialogue. Read more here.
"I wanted the vibe of the video to match the sound of 'Fix' and I really feel we captured it. Making this video was so much fun and I can't wait for my fans to check it out," said Lane in a prepared statement.
The clip, which was directed by TK McKamy, was filmed at an airport hangar outside of Nashville and features model Cheyenne McCann as Lane's love interest in daisy dukes. Check out the clip here.
"The holidays have been a roller-coaster for my bride," Rory Feek writes on his ThisLifeILive blog. "She's had some good days, some bad days - some wonderful moments, and some deep pain that the morphine just couldn't seem to touch. How could it' it wasn't that kind of pain."
He goes on to explain the emotional pain that comes to all around the holidays and how this year it affected Joey in a new way. "Though she managed a smile most of the time, Joey's heart was heavy and she was feeling some things she hadn't before'," he writes. "A sadness. A fear of the unknown. And even some anger-not at God, just at her situation I suppose. It's not easy for her to be as excited about what the new year holds in store as it was last year." Read more here.
The Arcs, which include Dan Auerbach, Leon Michels, Richard Swift, Homer Steinweiss and Nick Movshonthe, wrote on their SoundCloud page, "It's like Billy Childish says, 'We live in troubled times.'
"Last week, we got a sneak peek at what goes on behind the curtains of our criminal justice system. A few sleepless nights later we gathered in the studio and wrote this song. Written, recorded, mixed and mastered in 2 days."
The speed with which the nearly 5-minute song was composed and produced doesn't come across. Exuding a slower quality with ethereal guitar and a high-hat laced beat, the lyrics are the song's major standout. Listen here.
Of course, Adele is being praised for her vocal performance on the album. But much like the care her vocal chords require to maintain their abilities, Adele needs to be in physical shape for her upcoming world tour.
That means going to the gym. Adele, who tends to steer clear of social media, posted a photo of herself at the gym and her face says it all. See the photo here.
We know Odell is a hip hop fan, in a recent interview with Rolling Stone the Giants' star shared how Drake's music speaks to him. "A lot of his songs, it's almost as if he wrote them and had me in mind," Beckham told the publication.
"All of his music was about what he's experienced or what he's gone through - he's never tried to put on; he's always been exactly who he said he was…it's about taking a leap of faith, being bold, being who you are."
Check out Odell's rap here.
While even DJ Mustard doesn't know when the tracks will drop, he admitted he was surprised to learn Spears wanted to work with him in the first place. "This dude that signed me, JGramm, he's a producer. He was like, 'Yo I got this song,'" Mustard recounts. "He's like, 'Man, I think Britney Spears would be tight on it.'"
DJ Mustard continued, "I never thought I could do that, I never thought I could be like, 'Yo, let's call Britney Spears.' I didn't even think she'd want to do it. Next thing you know, like, 'Alright, she's going to cut the record.'"
What happened when DJ Mustard got an opportunity to work with one of the biggest names in pop? He showed up late, of course. DJ Mustard admitted being tardy to the studio the day he was set to record Spears. But Spears took it all in stride. "Nah she was just kinda…she was cool," he said. Listen to his new track here.
I remember it was late autumn. Larry Nacht and I had gotten together in New York to write. We already had "Rebound," as well as bits and pieces of other songs. We were still looking for that one song that kind of encapsulates all the others. Brings them all together, with one overriding theme.
At some point I went back to LA, and we were on the phone. Larry says "listen to this." I hear a little guitar riff and then "will you still haunt me…" And that was that. I mean, come on! "Will you still torture me so gorgeously…" If that isn't love, I don't know what is.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and watch the video right here!
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