Entitled "Harry Styles", the album is set to be released on May 12th. Radio.com had these additional details: The album features 10 tracks including "Sign of the Times," which debuted last week. Producers include Jeff Bhasker, Alex Salibian, Tyler Johnson and Kid Harpoon.
The album will be available in gatefold vinyl, including a white version available at hstyles.co.uk. A limited edition CD comes with a 32-page hardcover book with photos from the recording sessions. See the tracklistinghere.
Tyga chatted with reporters about his new music as he was leaving Avenue Nightclub in Los Angeles at around 2 a.m. on Wednesday (April 13). Shortly after he started driving his car, cops pulled him over.
Reporters asked the rapper why he was being put in the back of a police car and he responded that it was because he had paper plates on his car. Indeed, he did have paper plates on the Mercedes G Wagon he was driving. Apparently, that's not why he was taken down to the station. It seems officers suspected he was driving under the influence, as TMZ captured on film.
When the artist was released an hour and a half later with an unidentified moving violation, he didn't have much to say. According to reports, law enforcement sources determined that Tyga wasn't under the influence, but apparently they still issued him a traffic ticket. Watch the videohere.
A statement from City Attorney's Office spokesman Frank Mateljan to Radio.com reads: "Following a complete review, the office has decided to set the matter for a City Attorney Office hearing. All parties involved will be sent a letter today setting a hearing date at the end of the month. Each of the parties will be interviewed regarding the incident and advised of the law and ways to avoid similar incidences in the future.
"Typically there is no further action taken by our office after the hearing, though we do reserve the right to file charges up to one year from the date of the original incident should additional information or future actions require additional measures." Read morehere.
Twain recently announced she will soon be appearing as a mentor this month. She will show up alongside fellow musicians, Blake Shelton, Alicia Keys and Gwen Stefani, April 24.
Shania's highly anticipated upcoming album is set to come out later this spring. Posting on social media, the superstar wrote, "Excited to announce that I'll appear on @nbcthevoice this month, as a mentor to the finalists." Check out the posthere.
Leonard and Harrington claim Sheeran copied "Amazing," a song they wrote that was released in 2012 by X Factor winner Matt Cardle. The songwriters accused Sheeran of 'unabashedly taking credit" and copying "Photograph" 'note-for-note" from their song "Amazing."
According to The Guardian, the case was dismissed by an order signed by judge James Selna at a California court on Monday after an agreement was reached. The amount of the settlement was not disclosed. Read more and listen to both songshere.
The new effort is described as being one of the most personal records of her iconic career and Lynn wrote or co-wrote every song on the upcoming album. Wouldn't It Be Great features brand new singles, "Ruby's Stool," "Ain't No Time To Go," "I'm Dying For Someone To Live For," along with newly recorded versions of classic hits.
"I think you try to do better with every record you put out," Loretta says of Wouldn't It Be Great. "It's just everyday living – and everybody wants to know, 'Well, what is it about your songs that people like?' I think you've got to tell your stories. I just think it hits everybody, you know, the songs." Read morehere.
The brother of Eddie Murphy passed away after a battle with cancer on Wednesday (April 13). Chappelle took the stage at Mayer's show in Columbus, Ohio, for the two to reflect on Murphy's passing and celebrate his life.
Chappelle asked Mayer to conclude their time with a song dedicated to Murphy. Mayer played "You're Gonna Live Forever In Me" from his latest album The Search for Everything. Watch the fan-recorded videohere.
The video for "Good For It" features NAV and his friends partying in a concert venue, a strip club and other locations. Drake and Lil Uzi Vert's don't appear in the video for long.
Last month, NAV started a buzz for his growing career by releasing the video "Some Way," which featured The Weeknd. He is signed to The Weeknd's XO imprint. Watch the videohere.
Instead of bees and snakes, Generation Z contestants will face their youthful fears, like couch surfing at 300 feet and waterlogging their personal electronic devices.
Each episode will feature eight contestants pairing up in four teams of two -- think siblings, college rivalries, roommates, best friends, co-workers and exes -- and facing off for a $50,000 cash prize.
Ludacris shared, "I am excited to kick off my partnership with MTV, starting with the relaunch of Fear Factor, which will be even more insane and ludicrous than what you remember. This will be the first of many great projects together." Read morehere.
The lineup was already outstanding that night, featuring the likes of Keith Urban, Rascal Flatts, Terri Clark, Montgomery Gentry, Home Free and the Del McCoury Band, according to CMT News.
When emcee Bill Cody introduced the show's surprise guest, saying, "You knew him from The Voice," the packed house erupted into applause as Shelton walked out. He then performed a couple of his hit singles, "Ol' Red" and "Honey Bee." Read more and see video footagehere.
Dubbed, "Chance the Birthday," all ticket proceeds go to benefit SocialWorks, the volunteer organization he co-founded to promote arts, education and community engagement in his hometown.
While the special guests are yet to be announced, tickets are now on sale for anyone interested in celebrating Chance's birthday and supporting charity. Read morehere.
Cyrus' Dead Petz phase will be looked upon as one of the weirder, more experimental projects a mainstream pop act has ever recorded. The 23-track album dropped in 2015 and broke brains all across America with its bizarre, psychedelic sound and audacious visuals.
Of course, since she worked on the album with The Flaming Lips, who could have expected anything less? For years, Dead Petz wasn't available to stream on major services like Apple Music and Spotify, but now you can listen to it alongside the rest of Miley's catalog. Stream it and read morehere.
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