'Kendrick Lamar, two first names, huh. What the f is up with that?" Cheadle asked Lamar in the clip which features Cheadle interrogating Lamar, only to become "possessed" by the music and proceeds to lip-sync to the track, battling back and forth on lyrics with Lamar.
Directed by Nabil and the Little Homies, which is Lamar's video-directing alias with Dave Free, the clip then shifts to a fast moving montage that includes Kendrick in a coffin. The video concludes with Schoolboy Q walking toward the camera and punching it. Watch the (NSFW) videohere.
The unsealed search warrants don't confirm the source of the drug, fentanyl, that led to the 57-year-old singer's accidental, self-administered overdose last April, according to The Star Tribune.
Investigators found no prescriptions in Prince's name, however, Dr. Michael Todd Schulenberg told detectives he had written a prescription for oxycodone, which is also an opioid, under the name of long-time Prince associate and drummer Kirk Johnson. Read morehere.
Lights had this to say,"I feel my whole life has lead up to a project like this. It's a complete convergence of everything I love - music, comics, post-apocalyptic romance, crystals, wine and powerful ladies, all perfectly entwined. It'll be by far my most care-free and fierce album yet. I think now, more than ever, people need a reason to listen to a whole record, and this is mine."
"In recent years, the worlds of comic books and music have come together to produce some of the most exciting and immersive books on stands," says Dynamite CEO and publisher, Nick Barrucci. "To have the opportunity to work with such a talented and dedicated musician who is both writing and drawing the series herself will be a truly unique treat for both her fans and ours."
The first issue will be released digitally next month, followed by a print edition on July 12th. It will be a monthly series leading up to release of the album in Fall. Watch the teaser videohere.
The official solicitation for extras reveals the scenes will portray "a Country Western music concert." The advertisement adds, "All you Monsters that can attend should get decked out in your most comfortable denim & boots, throw on a Stetson (leave those pink Joanne hats at home) and come out to show your support!"
Cooper is making his directorial debut for this film remake and will join Gaga onstage April 18 and 19 to film. Tickets are only $10 and all cell phones will be locked away so no extras can record photos or sound during the shoot. Read morehere.
Migos joined for "Bad and Boujee," and soon after, Future's collaborator and one-time tourmate Drake joined for a three-song set, starting with "Jumpman."
The V.I.P. section was also filled with Travis Scott, Wiz Khalifa, G-Eazy, A$AP Rocky, Solange, Tyga, Katy Perry were all there. Watch the videohere.
'I'm not gonna lie -- I had complex feelings about spending the weekend dancing whilst watching tensions w North Korea mount," she wrote on social media. "I find it's a tightrope of everything going on in the world and also having enough space and time to appreciate God's good earth the way it was intended to be appreciated."
Del Rey is fairly modest about what one song can achieve but decided to share a video snippet nevertheless. "I just wanted to share this in hopes that one individual's hope and prayer for peace might contribute to the possibility of it in the long run." Listen to Lana's new songhere.
Both Zedd and Cara star in the video, which is directed by Tim Mattia, who has worked with other big-name artists, such as Troye Sivan, Halsey and The 1975.
The video was filmed outside of Los Angeles and features the two artists living out various timelines. In one, the two spend their days apart, while in other Zedd is hit by a car. The video's messaging seems clear: every action people take causes its own unique array of consequences. Watch the videohere.
She had this to say about the new song, "It's perfectly fine for a girl to have a little mystery in her personality. We all have within us a little angel and a little devil. Most of the time, I play nice. But 'Good Bad Girl' lets me show my more adventurous side."
Carey won the Producer's Choice Award for 2016 Female Country Artist of the Year at the Los Angeles Music Awards and she was almost named 2017 Crossover Artist of the Year by New Music Weekly. Find out whyhere.
Underwood is married to Predators team captain Mike Fisher and her surprise performance had fans cheering as she belted the National Anthem during the opening ceremonies.
The singer also shared a photo of herself sporting the team's "SMASH" hat before posting a video clip of the venue's reaction to the game-winning final goal, which put the Nashville Predators ahead of the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2. See the postshere.
The six songs cover a heartfelt journey through surviving loss and life changes while gaining self-awareness through experience. His self-deprecating way of viewing himself is endearing, and his songs are deeply personal. "I use songwriting as therapy," he says. "I think other people will relate to these songs. Finding happiness daily is not an easy thing."
Recorded at Key Club Recording Co. in Benton Harbor, Wisconsin, the album was co-produced by Masterson and Bill Skibbe, best known as engineer for The Black Keys, Dead Weather, The Kills and many others. The duo succeeded in bringing Masterson's own unique perspective to the Americana music he makes, his sound boasting a Midwestern bounce and jangle coupled with Nashville wail and grit. It's easy, it's familiar, it's twangy-goodness, pedal-steel Southern rock; it's a dusty ride down a road winding through rural Wisconsin (he grew up in the small town of Butternut, Wisconsin) or backwoods Tennessee. Read morehere.
"The minute I wrote this song I knew I wanted to get it out before my tour started, to give fans something new and fresh in addition to everything from Illuminate," Mendes expressed in a statement.
"I can't wait to perform it on the tour, and for everyone to hear it. It's equal parts what is amazing about this album, and what I'm so excited for about the music I have coming up next." Read morehere.
The 5-song recording-which includes four original tracks and one cover-was produced by Andy Rok (one of the founding members of The Flobots) and engineered at The Blasting Room in Ft. Collins, Colorado. With a "no-fear-of-the-edge" mentality that hooks the non-country-lovin' folk, coupled with traditional vibes that will bring to mind a modern-day John Wayne, Buckstein fights to create something electric that grabs you and makes you look up. He's a 6'4" bass-baritone powerhouse who once hit 200 million television sets worldwide as a contestant on "American Idol."
"There's a lot of heart in these five tunes," Buckstein says. "Making them has been a very valuable experience. It has shown me not only where I am but where I want to go from here." Buckstein's goal is to bring soul to everything he does. "What people seem to respond most to in my live performances is my passion, so I worked hard to bring that to the record." His sound commonly gets compared a lot to the great bass-baritones of his time: Trace Adkins, Toby Keith, Josh Turner, and Chris Young. Read morehere.
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