Multiple officers arrived and entered the club to determine if there was an active threat and to locate victims, says Portland Police in a statement.
No gunshot victims were located and police worked with theater security to clear the venue safely. Officers and gang outreach personnel observed several known gang associates in attendance.
Initial reports are that someone fired a gun inside the theater and there may be a victim that left the scene prior to police arrival. Read morehere.
That was back in January. TMZ's cameras recently caught up with Patterson who told them the ban has been lifted. "You seem to forget we have a guy from Philadelphia on the team," he said. "Yeah, you got people from Philly, so people from Philly tend to play Philly music. Myself, I still listen to Meek Mill."
Not that things have really cooled down between Meek and Drake. Just last week Mill took a shot at Drizy in a seven minute freestyle. Check out the full videohere.
The location was a secret until Bud Light posted a live stream on Facebook. The pop star arrived at The 5 Spot venue in East Nashville at 10:22 p.m. Gaga entered through the front door, schlepping her own guitar and greeted fans on the way in.
Gaga opened her set with a low-key performance of the Joanne song "Sinner's Prayer." The earthy, uptempo track "A-Yo" followed. Then Gaga unveiled her new ballad "Million Reasons"; Nashville seemed the right place to unveil the country-flavored tune. Gaga wrapped up the set with "Perfect Illusion," the album's lead single.
And then, it was done. 'Nashville. We love you. Good night," she said. And the mic hit the floor. By 10:50 pm the Webcast was over. Read more and watch the Nashville showhere.
Drake was in Des Moines performing as part of his Summer Sixteen tour. When he announced the show in May, Drake University's press team issued a public invitation to finally #BringDraketoDrake. He actually responded, saying he'd visit when everyone least expected it.
After finishing up his show, Drake pranked the university by visiting campus and posing with the sign. He even stood outside sorority houses and used his Instagram Stories for the first time to share teasing video. "Kappa Kappa Gamma, I'm outside of your sorority house right now and you're all asleep," he said.
Even if students were bummed to miss Drake, the university capitalized on his appearance, going so far as to put down footprints where he stood by the school's sign so others can pose in that very spot. Read morehere.
He was 17 years older, but that was part of the attraction. "At the time, I liked that," she admitted. "I felt protected." The two wed shortly after meeting each other in an L.A. coffee shop, but things took a violent turn just two weeks later.
Gambino's frequent bouts of jealousy turned abusive. "He'd come home at 3 o'clock in the morning and pick me up out of bed, throw me onto the ground and start yelling and hitting," she explained. When she tried to leave, he would threaten her, one time sending her a photo of her two dogs on the freeway with a message about letting them loose if she didn't return.
On August 6, 2005, Gambino choked Kramer into unconsciousness and left her bleeding in their driveway. "I remember praying that night, 'Please, just take me away, I don't want to be here anymore'," she said. He was later arrested and sentenced to six years in prison. He was released in 2010, but committed suicide two years later. Read morehere.
"Shawn Mendes voice makes me smile. Truly a gift to be able to move peoples emotions through songs!" Bieber wrote. "So proud of you brother! Great album!"
The good will comes after Justin appeared to shade Shawn last year when he claimed to not know who Mendes was in an interview. That riled up Mendes' fans more than it did the burgeoning pop star himself, but Bieber extended an olive branch before any kind of beef got going. He later tweeted directly at Mendes, and wrote, "Shawn I checked out the music and I'm so proud! So glad to see another boy from Canada crushin it. #canadiansdoitbetter." Read morehere.
Continuing the tradition of presenting the top stories in country music, another all-new episode of the "The Pickup" features a look inside "Forever Country," an iconic musical event to celebrate the Country Music Association's 50th Anniversary, Hillary Scott, Bill Anderson, Tanya Tucker, Crystal Gayle, The Statler Brothers and Garth Brooks.
"Forever Country" is the theme of CMA's 50th Anniversary, which was a fitting name for the compilation song and music video released starring some of the top names in country music. Dolly Parton, Brooks and Dunn, Carrie Underwood, Reba, Willie Nelson, Jason Aldean and more were part of the celebration, tying together three country anthems; "I Will Always Love You," "On The Road Again," and "Take Me Home Country Roads."
Aaron Lewis had a big month with the release of his newest studio album, "Sinner." The Pickup was on hand to celebrate with him and a packed house at SiriusXM's Music Row Happy Hour with Buzz Brainard at Margaritaville on Nashville's famous Broadway strip.
Opry Country Classics will return to Nashville's Ryman Auditorium for a six-show run each Thursday from September 22nd through October 27th. Grand Ole Opry member Larry Gatlin will return as host. Spotlight artists for the run include Marty Stuart, Charlie Daniels Band, Connie Smith, Crystal Gayle, Lorrie Morgan, and The Time Jumpers. Additional special guests will be added each week. For more information, visit the Grand Ole Opry's website.
The Pickup was on hand for Charlie Daniels' first look at the opening of his new exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Charlie Daniels: Million Mile Reflections opened September 23rd and features memorabilia from throughout his amazing career.
This episode of The Pickup is dedicated to the late, great Jean Shepard, "The Grand Lady of the Grand Ole Opry." "The Opry family is truly saddened by the news of Jean's passing," Opry vice president and general manager Pete Fisher said in a statement. "Although we will miss Jean's presence on the Opry stage, she has left us the wonderful gift of her music which will be remembered for generations to come." Check out the latest episode of The Pickuphere.
The show is part of the group's very first arena tour and singer Wesley Schultz shared these thoughts about selling out the venue that he grew up seeing his heroes perform at:
"I remember going to see the White Stripes and Pearl Jam and Dave Matthews Band and Roger Waters (Pink Floyd) and Bob Dylan - I saw all of them play at the Garden - Madison Square Garden. It's with a mix of excitement and disbelief to say we have sold out our own MSG show in a single day!" Read more and see the dateshere.
The book will feature all-new illustrations by Brooke Boynton Hughes and featuring a downloadable exclusive original song by Dolly Parton, "Making Fun Ain't Funny." Preorders are available here.
Using lyrics from her classic song "Coat of Many Colors," and inspired by Parton's rural upbringing in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, the picture book tells the story of a young girl in need of a warm winter coat. When her mother sews her a coat made of rags, the girl is mocked by classmates for being poor. But Parton's trademark positivity carries through to the end as the girl realizes that her coat was made with love "in every stitch."here.
"We was living that só," Prodigy explained. 'That was our mindstate anywhere we at. I don't care where we going' I'm just prepared for that só at any time."
West coast legend Tupac Shakur had taken plenty of shots at New York rappers as a whole grouping together rappers like The Notorious B.I.G., Junior Mafia and Mobb Deep in songs like 'Hit 'Em Up" and 'Hail Mary."
"I wasn't a big Tupac fan, I liked his songs like 'Dear Mama,' 'Keep Ya Head Up' and all of those," he said. 'All of that was before the drama and all that but I wasn't a big, big Tupac fan until he started the songs going at us. I was like 'That's hard, son.' On that 'Hail Mary' track I was like 'He coming hard now,' that's when I became a real Tupac fan."
Prodigy laughed as he explained this but he maintained that those diss tracks were how Shakur gained his respect. Mobb Deep wasn't ready to back down from Shakur and the rest of Death Row Records, who were taking shots at the young New York rappers. Read morehere.
Wiz partnered with L.A.-based Junk Food Clothing and said three-year-old Sebastian, his son with ex Amber Rose, was the inspiration for its creative direction.
"All the designs are based around Sebastian -- all of his hobbies and the things that he's into. I just really wanted it to feel personal to him, so when he sees it, he gets excited," Wiz tells People.
The rapper added that kids (with their various interests and hobbies) shouldn't feel left out of the fashion game. 'He's three years old, so he might not understand the concept of having his own clothing line," he added. "But the fact that all of his favorite things are all over his clothes, it makes him feel special; it makes him entertained by what he's wearing." Read morehere.
Lamar was named Lyricist of the Year, Chance (who didn't make it to the celebration) won Best New Hip-Hop Artist, DJ Khaled -- the host of the event -- took home Hustler of the Year.
And Fat Joe and Remy Ma won Track of the Year for 'All The Way Up." In addition, Lamar presented Snoop Dogg with the "I Am Hip-Hop Award." Read more and watch the acceptance speeches by Lamar and Khaledhere.
The black and white design features the head of Antinous, the Greek youth who was a lover of Emperor Hadrian way way back in the day aka circa 120 B.C.
Lambert posted on Instagram, "(look him up)" after sharing the name behind the design. After Antinous' death at only 29 years old, Hadrian deified him and he has since become synonymous with homosexuality in Western culture. Lambert's tattoo, therefore, is a proud symbol of his sexuality's heritage, one that moves past more traditional symbols like the rainbow flag. Check it outhere.
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