The moody track is a departure from "Pillowtalk," with a throbbing, ambient baseline and slower burn that sounds like the Weeknd crossed with Justin Timberlake.
The rollout of Mind of Mine has been fruitful for a former boybander's first outing. "Pillowtalk" went to number one in the U.S. and other available tracks "It's You" and "Like I Would" have earned solid reviews from critics. Read more here.
Lambert revealed the following details about the track "I wanted to surprise my fans with a new, uplifting anthem for the spring. I asked Max Martin for help and he paired me up with two great writers and producers.
"Ali Payami, who worked with me on 'Ghost Town,' and Swedish star Laleh who is also a featured vocalist on the track. I feel this song will give people strength to be exactly who they are."
Check out the new song here.
The album was originally called Moonlight, but Grande changed the title in favor of something 'stronger." "I want to be empowering my fans," she said in a recent live chat.
"I feel like my personal growth is reflected in the sound. I'm really proud of it' To me, a dangerous woman is someone who's not afraid to take a stand, be herself and to be honest." Check out the new song here.
For this performance, Webb will joined by three of Glen's children: Ashley, Shannon and Cal. "I created this show to honor my friend and collaborator," Webb said. "Now I am very happy to be performing it in Nashville, home of so many good friends, to help celebrate Glen's 80th birthday.
"I know that Glen would want us to concentrate on having a good time and enjoying the music. Ashley, Shannon and Cal are tremendous musicians, they take after their dad. I am glad to have them as part of this one-night only performance." Read more here.
Madonna's show was supposed to start at 9:00pm, but audiences were told it had been delayed and pushed back to 10:30pm. Even then, she didn't end up taking the stage until 11:22pm (via Newser).
To make matters worse, she deflected blame by teasing the audience. "It's you people that get here early that's the problem," she reportedly said. Stay home, do your hair and makeup, have a tequila. Roll yourself a fat one … Just come late and I won't have to come early." Needless to say, the crowd wasn't amused.
This isn't the first scheduling issue Madonna has had while in Australia. On March 10th, she performed a new show "Tears of a Clown" in Melbourne, and arrived over four hours late that time (via CBS NEWS). Even though it was scheduled to start at 8pm, Madonna didn't begin the show until 12:50am. Read more here.
Now, he's taken to Instagram to preview Virginia Black whiskey. Toronto's native son posted a flick of the bottle and a whiskey-filled glass with the simple caption, "First look @virginiablackwhiskey."
The liquor brand later posted their own picture, which gave a better look at the bottle. There's still no word on when the whiskey will be available for purchase or the liquor's cost. Take a look at the pictures here.
The moody video showcases muted tones thanks to an overcast setting with heat lightening flashing in the background. Smoking big blunts and flashing around big stacks of cash, Rae Sremmurd's video oscillates between traditional rap tropes and a more millennial/hipster feel.
It doesn't matter that the sun stays hidden behind massive clouds, everyone still manages to have a great time, pulling out flashy umbrellas and dropping color bombs to provide a bit of flare.
Read more here.
The stranger in question is Natalie, whose home Corden has "invaded" during the before. #NataliesHouse has become a meme for Late Late Show fans, and her housemates seemed to love Demi's stripped-down performance of the moving ballad.
Demi sounds great, and Natalie's house provides an intimate, casual backdrop for fans to enjoy. What's more, this week Demi marked four years of sobriety, so she has lots to celebrate. Watch her performance on Corden's latest guerilla concert platform here.
The two singers have long dealt with rivalry rumors, but Rihanna wants to squash all of that. 'Here's the deal," she told the magazine. 'They just get so excited to feast on something that's negative. Something that's competitive.
"Something that's, you know, a rivalry. And that's just not what I wake up to. Because I can only do me. And nobody else is going to be able to do that." Read more here.
The duo explore their town and find intimacy amid comic book drawings and a generally dark tableau while the thoughtful dance song sets the moody tone.
It's pretty straightforward us-against-the-world misfit story, except that its central figures can fly and fight crime. We're not unfamiliar with Josh Hutcherson in genre fare, though this time he traded The Hunger Games for superpowers.
DJ Snake had a massive hit on his hands last year with "Lean On," and "Middle" is a collaboration with vocalist Bipolar Sunshine. Give the song a listen (and the video a watch) here.
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