Antonoff revealed the 12-track song list for the effort which includes the brand new single "Don't Take The Money" which features guest vocals from pop star Lorde.
Apparently, she isn't the only special guest on the effort with Antonoff saying that it will include "an amazing cast of friends and idols who pop in for moments or send me things," according to ABC.
He also had these comments via Twitter, "The album sounds exactly what it was. Someone alone in a room trying to make sense of loss and how to move on." Read morehere.
Drake released his "More Life" mixtape album project on March 18th and the title has since been streamed over 1 million times by fans in the United States, according to a report from Billboard last week.
They cite Nielsen Music dates which says that the effort has reached 1.07 billion streams through the tabulation week that ended on April 6th. Drake's 2016 album "Views" had generated 3.48 billion streams so far. Check out "More Life" on Spotifyhere.
Campbell recorded the new effort at Station West in Nashville following his "Goodbye Tour," which he launched as his final trek after he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.
Glen recruited some of his friends to make guest appearances on the album including Willie Nelson who is features on the track "Funny (How Time Slips Away)", as well as Vince Gill and an intro by Roger Miller. Read morehere.
"I played [Ed] a few songs after the album was finished. I didn't see him for a bit because I was away," Styles said. "He didn't say that he didn't like any but he did like one song that isn't on the album. So I did have a bit of a minute of 'like hmmm no but''"
Styles also revealed a special birthday gift from Adele. "For my 21st she gave me one of her albums, 21, and said 'I did some pretty cool stuff when I was 21, good luck,'" he recalled, "and I was like, 'geez.'" Read morehere.
Of course, it's entirely possible that country fans haven't heard of Charley Pride, unfortunately, as he hasn't had a top ten country hit since 1987. But those who know their country music history know that Charley Pride, who happens to be one of the genre's few African-American stars, is one of country's greatest singers. And Turner tells Radio.com that he's been fortunate enough to meet the band.
"Charley Pride, I've been around him a lot, and I've always been a fan of his. There's a reason they call him 'Country Charley Pride,' because he always stayed true to country music. He was the first really successful black country artist, and he's always been a role model and an example for every other black artist who has come to country music, because of the way he's handled himself. He's handled that whole racial thing in such a classy way."
And despite his legendary status, Turner says, the man is always down-to-earth. "Every time I've been around him, he remembers my name, he knows exactly who I am, he's just a real guy. He's a talented guy. You know him when you hear him. He's a country music icon." Read morehere.
In an interview, the artist revealed what it was like to work with Lamar and how the collaboration came to pass, according to The Fader. "The song I did for him came from this acoustic session that was recorded on my iPhone," Lacy reveals. "I showed Anna Wise how to record her vocals and she recorded this whole idea over these acoustic guitar chords I came up with, a small little drum loop that I made and then I took her vocal stems and made a beat over it. This was the track where he [Lamar] was like 'Yo, put your number in my phone I need this.'"
"I went there a couple more times to work on some stuff and this song he was just sure about. He loved this one. Then I hit him up again and he said he's just finishing up the album so I go 'Tracklist?' with the eyeball emojis and he said 'LOL.'." Read morehere.
In the just released video, Brown pays homage the Jackson by wearing a sparkly jacket, striped shirt and fedora, and showing off some of Jackson's signature dance moves.
The song is one of the tracks that will be features on Brown's forthcoming album, album, "Heartbreak on a Full Moon," which is slated for release sometime this year. Watch the videohere.
Fans who pre-order the album will receive three tracks "Trap Paris," "Bad Things" and "At My Best." Another track, "Let You Go," will be available April 28.
"MGK is one of the most versatile creators around and it is an honor to watch, and be part of, his evolution as an artist," said Sean "Diddy" Combs. "His story is like no other, his sound is so raw and intense, and his new album proves MGK is on top of his game right now."
Check out the complete bloom tracklistinghere.
The artist took home titles at every country awards show and delivered some epic performances, most notably, 'Tennessee Whiskey" with Justin Timberlake at the 2015 Country Music Awards.
This year, the singer is following up the success of his first album, with two more. From A Room: Volume 1 and Volume 2, are coming out and the first set will arrive next month.
The singer has already debuted a few songs live, and now Stapleton has released the studio version of a new one called 'Broken Halos." Listen to the trackhere.
The original single comes off of Mane's 10th studio album, East Atlanta Santa.Mane's next album, Drop Top Wizop, will come out later this year, reports The Fader.
In the newly remixed version of the song, Wayne starts off the track before Drake comes in with the hook. The new edition of "Both" can be streamed onlinehere.
The upbeat video shows the artists hanging out with Ugandan locals, dancing in the streets, playing pool and generally having a good time -- until it ends badly.
Spiff Tv directed the video, which wraps up with military men abducting Montana while the Future collaboration 'No Pressure" plays in the background. Watch the videohere.
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