Minaj said the two have been living together and promised to keep Meek in line, saying she might have more influence over the rapper than his parole officer. "She's not going to be the one sleeping alone if he goes to jail. I am," Minaj told the judge. "He's not perfect, but I can't believe how much he's changed."
Minaj said she has helped give Mill structure over the course of their relationship. "He doesn't have a lot of structure," she said. "He can be irresponsible. Since I've come in his life, I think I've been working on that a little bit. … He's just getting accustomed to being an adult." Read more here.
In addition to "1989," Swift is seeking ownership of "Blank Space" and "A Girl Named Girl." The latter, reports the Independent, is the title of a novel Swift wrote at age 14 that has yet to be published. Those trademark applications forbid the use of phrases in any standard text.
Due to the breadth of "1989," the "stylization" stipulation presumably refers to overt reproduction of 1989, as branded for the album. Berlin Wall retrospective merchandise may still be fair game. Read more here.
The three men hop out of their car, run over to Stitches black Mercedes SUV and begin throwing blows, eventually opening the door to get a closer shot. After doing his best to ward them off, Stitches throws the car into reverse and races out of the parking lot with face bloodied.
The clip is the latest footage to emerge documenting the ongoing feud between the two rappers that started when Stitches was allegedly knocked out cold by The Game's manager, after trying to approach the Los Angeles artist outside his birthday party in Miami.
Stitches responded with the diss track "Don't Fear Death" and posted a video claiming The Game had payed members of his own crew to jump him--which may or may not be the footage that has surfaced. Watch it here.
The half spoken half sung track, in which Miley re-thinks a relationship, features memorable chorus line "Your baby talk is creeping me out / f- me so you stop baby talking."
The song is featured on Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz album, which was released for free on Soundcloud on August 30, 2015. It marks her fifth album and features collaborations with The Flaming Lips and production from Mike Will Made It and Oren Yoel. Check out the NSFW clip here.
With a glimmering guitar and a traditional country meter, "I Like the Sound of That" offers listeners a tried and true love song. "It's a little too loud on the highway/ I wanna pull back in your driveway/ It's way too quiet at my place/ Wanna come over, come over," the chorus sweetly declares.
Rascal Flatts will also soon take up a residency in Las Vegas, which begins February 17 and ends March 5. Until then you can catch the band in the new music video here.
Featuring fun production that's pop on the chorus with traces of R&B on the verses, this tune has more in common with a 'song of the summer' than something you'd hear in December, even if the subject matter delves into the darker side.
But if the winter doldrums have you down, this will surely brighten the mood. I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It will be released on February 26. Stream the song here.
Lead vocalist Matthew Shultz took full advantage of the stage, bounding forward to get closer to the studio audience before returning to the band on the chorus.
Dan Auerbach's production influence really comes across in Cage the Elephant's live performance, between their slick guitar solos and gritty southern tinged arrangements.
Cage the Elephant will perform at The Night Before concert in San Francisco on February 6, when they open for Metallica. Watch the Late Late Show appearance here.
However, Fetty seemed to deny the allegations in a tweet that he deleted, but was captured for posterity by The Shade Room. Instead he posted: "Just sit back n watch lol," and then in a second tweet "It gotta be my money cause I sho ain't handsome "
So are they or aren't they? Check out the social media for yourself. "#FettyWap doesn't seem too happy about #MasikaKalysha's Prego announcement ðŸ˜©ðŸ˜©ðŸ˜© #DisTooMuch #PettyWap A photo posted by The Shade Room (@theshaderoominc) on Dec 11, 2015 at 11:40am PST" see the other tweets here.
The video opens up with Morgan providing the following intro "I asked some of my friends to do a selfie video for my new single 'When I'm Gone.' And so they did."
Charlie Daniels, Thompson Square, Rascal Flatts' Gary LeVox, Kix Brooks and more can be seen from behind their steering wheels to walking on beaches singing along to their friends' latest tune. Watch it here.
No, it's not Lorde, but it sure does it sound like her. Titled "The Hunted," the 2 year-old track was written and performed by British electronic folk-core trio, Snow Ghosts. And those lyrics--they're sang by the group's vocalist, Hannah Cartwright, who in this track, sounds eerily similar to Lorde.
With perfect timing, the group also released their own music video for the song on Friday(Dec 11). Set in a medieval forest, the borderline-horror movie visuals bring the song's lyrics to life as the hunter becomes the hunted. Warning, it's not suited for younger viewers. Read more here.
Jauregui explained, 'Honestly, I think there's quite a few songs on this album that I'm really excited for the fans to hear because it's a step-up from the last album. It's not even more mature, I think it's just less gimmicky than last time--not to say that the music was, but in a sense, this sounds more honed in on a sound. We're going for the more urban, R&B vibes and then we also have a lot of different little moments and genres that are typically tied into the R&B vibe but not so strictly married to it."
Part of those R&B vibes have much to do with Tinashe, who collaborated on several songs with the group. 'She has really sick melody flows and lyrics," Jauregui said of the singer co-writing tracks for their album. 'It's very cohesive with us. It's drawing from the same experience. That's what's important at the end of the day: having an authentic sound and having someone who understands what we're going through." Read more here.
According to Twitter user Rob Wesley, the Clan's contract stipulates the exclusive sale will be honored for 88 years. However, during that period, the Clan or its special deputy may try to steal the property back from the buyer.
"Said heist or caper can only be undertaken by currently active members of the Wu-Tang Clan and/or actor Bill Murray, with no legal repercussions," the screenshot states.
The tweet in question ended up being a joke, but that doesn't make it a bad idea. "We're really getting the urge to call Bill Murray," tweeted RZA. "I wish you would," Shkreli tweeted in response.
All that's left if for Murray to weigh in, unfortunately he's not a on twitter. See all the tweets here.
"I'm up breastfeeding & watching this show Dish Nation," Kim posted in a series of tweets. "I heard the cutest story of a girl who is trying to find 1000 pairs of shoes to donate to this charity Soles For Souls! They helped her during Hurricane Katrina. I think I know the designer of Shoe of the Year Award!"
She's talking, of course, about her husband and his award-winning line of kicks. Kardashian continued, "Kanye and I would love to donate those 1000 shoes to Soles For Souls." Read more here.
Bieber started his collection at age 16 with a small bird figure near his left hip bone. Since then, the singer has added a diverse assortment of letters and images to his canvas. In 2012, he unveiled an owl tattoo on his forearm and in 2013, got his mother's birthdate (in Roman numerals) inked near his collarbone.
The angel wings, posted with the modest caption "new tattoo :)," peak out over his shirt collar in the photo. See an image of the angel wings that set Belieber hearts aflutter here.
"Ardipithecus Ramidus is the scientific name of the first hominid bones found on earth," Smith wrote to Fader regarding the title of the project. "I wanted to name my musical compilation after it because, while I was making these songs I was in such a transitional state."
She continues, "Digging deep in the soil of my heart and finding bits and pieces of my ancient self that tell stories, which end up being the lyrics to the songs. Ardipithecus is my first album in my entire career and it makes me feel so blessed to be able to share my evolution with the LightEaters as I continue excavating my inner worlds'"
Hear the album track "F Q-C #8" here.
Gallagher told the audience, "Thanks for getting here early by the way. I am only doing this because we couldn't find a [EXPLETIVE!] support band. I ain't joking neither. My manager goes, 'I've got a [EXPLETIVE!] great idea, you can be the support band and play for four hours'. I get double the rider though, so every cloud..."
So the support was Gallagher himself revisiting Oasis classics including "It's Good To Be Free", "Cast No Shadow", "Slide Away" and "Wonderwall." Noel joked, according to the NME, that being his own support act "does give me the chance to blow myself off the stage."
He returned 30 minutes later to play a full-set as Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds with full choir and brass section. Read more here.
The show's Facebook page posted the following notice to fans, "We are saddened to learn of the passing of Rose Siggins. She was beloved by everyone in the AHS family. She was a kind person, a loving mother and a very talented actor. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends at this time."
Some of her co-stars paid tribute via social media with Sarah Paulson writing on Twitter, "The AHS family lost one of our own... Rose Siggins was an absolute light... I will never forget your laugh or your beautiful eyes."
"The AHS family lost one of our own..." cast member Sarah Paulson said on Twitter. "Rose Siggins was an absolute light...I will never forget your laugh or your beautiful eyes."
"A youngster might want to trigger fight. I'm a little older, so I ain't got no problem coming with the hands. Hopefully, that might wake him up and help him understand that this s- out here is not a game."
Wack said he offered Stitches a chance to fight again after they were taken into custody, but Stitches refused. "Look at this dude, he talks real loud," Wack 100 said. "He put tattoos on his face. So you're dealing with a dude who's really trying to lie to himself and psyche himself out like he's really that. And really, you're not. 'Cause when we got to the county jail, he didn't want it.
"The staff was gonna let it happen. He didn't want it. I told the youngster, 'I'm a convict.' So once I got you in the county jail, I'm now in convict mode. He didn't want it." Read more here.
The film about following your dreams, having faith and keeping love alive despite tough times attracted 13 million viewers and a 1.8 in adults 18-49. It was the most watched movie on broadcast TV in more than 3 years.
The film is set in the Tennessee Great Smoky Mountains in 1955. It is neither a biopic nor musical about Parton's whole life and performing career, but rather a family-oriented faith-based story about the incidents in her and her family's life around the time she was 9 years old.
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