"I take care of my daughter fully," Brown reportedly said. "Somebody make an accusation, 90 percent of y'all believe it, and it's bulls---;. The last three weeks or whatever been going on with the accusations, you know it's false."
Brown shares 2-year-old daughter Royalty with ex Nia Guzman. The tabloid report comes after the recent police incident at Brown's home. Read more details about thathere.
Chesney had the following to say, "I've been blessed with some of the best songs out there, some songs written, actually, just for this album by writers whose work I've loved for years.
"When 'Setting The World On Fire' came together, it opened a window of time - and some songs that had come in after we were done, I didn't have to save for the next album.
"Suddenly, everything was changing, and the album I'm releasing now has a lot of what made Some Town Somewhere capture the essential part of who the No Shoes Nation is, but really takes the your-life-is-now piece of The Big Revival and expands it.
"And there's one very special song I've been holding for years called 'Coach' that we went in and re-cut. It really captured that song's heart."
The original version of the song is featured on the band's third studio album 'iii' which was released back in March. Check out the new Mark Ronson remix here.
Fans will be able to see Miike Snow on the road this fall when they kick off their new U.S. tour next Tuesday (September 27th) in Boston at the House of Blues.
The short run of dates will conclude on October 9th with an appearance at the Austin City Limits Music Festival. Other stops include New York City, New Haven, San Diego, Albuquerque, Tempe, Los Angeles, and Tuscon. See the dateshere.
The new official vinyl versions of "Views," "What A Time To Be Alive," and "If You're Reading This It's Too Late on Monday" are set to be released on October 28th.
Drake's official store is currently offering pre-orders for a special bundle of all three albums for $74.98, double-LPs of VIEWS and IF YOU'RE READING THIS IT'S TOO LATE individually for $34.98, and WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE for $19.98. Check it outhere.
Recorded last winter in Montreal and Vancouver with her longtime producer Pierre Marchand, Wonderland features McLachlan's interpretations of 13 traditional and contemporary holiday classics.
"I love everything about Christmas and this record was a joy to make," said McLachlan. We were sent these details about some of the tracks: The album features classics such as "Silver Bells" reimagined into a shimmering, orchestrated picturesque tale as well as "Angels We Have Heard On High," a percussive hymn of adoration and Randy Newman's forlorn "Snow" from the 1960s. Emmylou Harris contributes vocals on "Go Tell It On The Mountain", also featuring Martha Wainwright, and "Away In A Manager," a new holiday song reinvented as a country shuffle. Read more
"It is an honor to be a part of the Red Stick benefit for the flood victims of south Louisiana. Hope you'll join us so we can help some folks while we have some fun," says John Conlee. Mark Chesnutt adds, "I'm really glad to be a part of such a big show to help the people of Louisiana. They have had some hard times lately, so I hope we can bring some fun to these folks and that everyone comes out to support them."
In addition to Chesnutt and Conlee, other guest artists hitting the stage include Lonestar, Jamie O'Neal, Tracy Byrd, Marty Raybon, Aaron Tippin and many more. Each artist is donating their time for the one of a kind event, which includes live music, food, drinks and relief supply donation opportunities.
Repentance Park, located in downtown Baton Rouge, will serve as the location for the concert, which begins at 1:00 p.m. CT. The scenic landscape offers plenty of room for locals to gather together for the fun-filled event. More details about the eventhere.
That project has to do with an idea West once mentioned after releasing his first three albums, The College Dropout, Late Registration and Graduation. Fans will likely remember (and Chance recounts) how West shared that after Graduation came the next phase of life aka getting a "good a– job." But he never made that album. Chance said the idea has stuck with him all this time.
In a new interview he did this week (September 21), Chance detailed how far they've gotten on Good A– Job. "It's definitely far from done," he said. "It's something that gets brought up in conversation every once in a while. I know 'Ye is working on something with Drake, which I haven't heard any of the songs from yet, but I'm sure it's going to be all I'm going to be listening to." Read morehere.
It's Baauer's first song since his debut album, Aa, which came out in March and featured appearances from hip-hop stars such as Pusha T, Future, M.I.A. and G-Dragon, reports Rolling Stone.
The track, written with producer C.Z., begins in Baauer's signature style, with synths, bass and spitfire trap percussion. Throughout the song, Baauer and C.Z. deftly insert an eclectic array of futuristic blips, choral voices and a trumpet riff. Check it outhere.
So the rapper did what he recently accused Meek of doing, and he named names when he appeared on The Wendy Williams Show last Tuesday (September 20).
Game admitted that he'd slept with Khloe but not Kourtney. When Williams got to Kim, he paused and wouldn't give a straight answer. The audience started shouting that of course he'd slept with Kim, so Game came back with, "I'll tell you this, Kanye is a really good friend of mine and they have really really beautiful kids and I don't want to disrespect their family."Read morehere.
"Love him or hate him, GG Allin is an icon," said Gavin Rhodes, co-founder of Emoji Fame. "The process of distilling GG into emojis was equal parts revolting and exhilarating, which I think is a good way to sum up his persona. The emojis we created for him reflect that duality."
The set, jointly developed between Emoji Fame, Merle Allin, and collectibles company Aggronautix, is a rogues galley of multiple eras of both GG and The Murder Junkies; there's a bloody, jockstrap-only GG; a no-eyebrows, fascist-stached Merle, and a pretty vacant Dino the Naked Drummer. Perhaps more exciting are the everyday objects you've always wished existed in emoji form: a turkey baster, a dirty toilet, a burning bible, and many more GG delights.
"It was fun to think back and develop the imagery relating to GG and his legacy," said Merle. "These emojis are for you sick f***s who want to keep GG and his scumfuc tradition alive... Keep spreading the disease."The emoji set is available nowhere.
The backlash prompted Feldman to share a video on Facebook expressing dismay and concern with the tenor and direction of reactions, even claiming that he and his associates ("Angels") were scared to go outside. Many writers and celebrities (including his Stand by Me costar Jerry O'Connell) publicly supported Feldman through the public mockery, and Kesha has now added her voice to the mix.
"This just broke my heart," the singer wrote on Instagram. "I wanna reach out to Corey Feldmen in a kind way and say that you have to not read that s—. people can be so horrible and mean online and it can BREAK you." Read morehere.
On Sunday (Sept. 18), Grande, Miller and their moms attended a Pittsburgh Steelers game together. Grande posted some Snapchat videos, while Miller posted a photo of the two in jerseys at the game.
Later that night, Miller performed a show in his hometown of Pittsburgh where Grande, her mom and Mac's mom were surely dancing along. Check out the photoshere.
On Twitter, Hussle wrote, "Hip hop need to stop gassing this "beef" between thegame and MeekMill …. n—-s gone sit down like men and express they differences and come to and understanding. Ain't gone be no east cost west coast war. Ain't gone be no black men killing black men."
He added, that anyone encouraging a fight between the two needed to stop, whether it came from "Behind publicity or rap music or social pressure from the people."
The growing beef between The Game and Meek Mill all started earlier this month when he cursed out Meek while performing in Miami, and offered to fight the Philadelphia rapper. Read morehere.
In an interview with NPR, White talked about how his collaboration for the Lemonade track 'Don't Hurt Yourself" came together. "I just talked to her and she said, 'I wanna be in a band with you,'" he said. "I said, 'Really? Well, I would love to do something.' I've always loved her voice. I mean, I think she has the kind of soul singing voice of the days of Betty Davis or Aretha Franklin. So, I was really happy to work with her. She took just sort of a sketch of a lyrical outline and turned it into the most bodacious, vicious, incredible song. I don't even know what you'd classify it as — soul, rock and roll, or whatever it is. 'Don't Hurt Yourself' is incredibly intense; I'm so amazed at what she did with it."
White was less kind to Jimmy Fallon during an appearance on his show. During a discussion about guitars, Fallon said he plays a Fender Newporter, which is an acoustic guitar fitted with the neck of an electric. White joked that the instrument was 'a beginner's guitar for children."
As Fallon looked on in disbelief, White rebounded by praising the late night host's songwriting skills. "I really like your songwriting and I always have," he said as Fallon laughed nervously. "No I'm not kidding. I really do."Read morehere.
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