Following the early release of the title track, "Deliverance," on iTunes and Apple Music, reports surfaced claiming that Prince's estate and Paisley Park had filed a federal suit against the EP's co-writer, co-producer and co-mixer George Ian Boxill for holding onto the Deliverance tracks for all these years. The lawsuit put the value of the work at over $75,000, Billboard reports.
The estate argues that Boxill's refusal to return tracks violated a contract he made with Prince. The suit was filed in Carver County district court last Friday, but re-filed in federal court Tuesday. The estate and Paisley Park has requested "any and all masters, copies and reproductions" be returned. Read morehere.
They report that the intruder didn't have her eyes on fancy jewels or expensive trinkets. Strangely, 24-year-old Mesha Collins broke into Drake's pad and locked herself in a room surrounded by opened bottles of water and soda, reports USA Today.
Collins was arrested on the scene and has been charged with entering a residence with intent to steal a victim's property, and her bail is set at $100,000. Read morehere.
The new track has been released to digital retailers and streaming services and features guest vocals from The Weeknd. It follows the release of the album's lead single "Love".
A release date for the album has not yet been revealed but Interscope says that it will feature "a body of work created by Lana and her longtime producer and collaborator Rick Nowels." Listen to the new songhere.
And he wanted her to tattoo him while they were in Glasgow for the taping. However, Ronan decided to have a little fun at Sheeran's expense, intentionally misspelling "Galway Girl" as "Galway Grill."
Sheeran shared the news with a massive audience, and being good-natured, he said he was proud of her, because it's something he, himself, might have done. Watch him discuss the prankhere.
The tour will be kicking off on June 8th at the Hooligans Music Hall in Jacksonville, NC and is scheduled to wrap up on July 27th in Myrtle Beach, SC at Senor Frogs.
B.o.B is launching the tour in support of his forthcoming album "Ether" which is set to be released on May 12th and features the hit track "4 Lit". The video for the track was released last week and has already amassed over 2.8 million views. See the tour dateshere.
The new remix was done by UK electro house DJ Sub Focus and is said to have added "his unique flair and flavor, giving the track a heavier spin and twisting the track's chilled vibes on their head," according to the announcement.
Major Lazer are gearing up for a busy summer with upcoming festival appearances including Glastonbury, Reading & Leeds, Fuji Rock, Boston Calling, Way Out West and Zurich Open Air. Check out the new remishere.
The song will be featured on Bleachers third album, Gone Now, which is scheduled to be released on June 2nd. Antonoff is Lorde's co-writer and co-producer but it is unclear if she will appear on the follow-up to 2015's Terrible Thrills, Vol. 2.
But it is known that another pop star Carly Rae Jepsen is featured on the song "Hate That you Know Me," which was released earlier this week. Watch the Kimmel performancehere.
The Backstreet Boys cruise will be a four day affair, setting sail from Miami on May 3, 2018, visiting Grand Turk, before returning on the 7th. Howie D shared his excitement by proclaiming "get your sleep now because there's no sleeping on the Backstreet Boys cruise."
Nick Carter adds, "Every year we have the best time on these cruises. Being able to spend quality time with our fans, making these four days all about BSB without the limitations of a single performance. This is just another way for us to say thank you to our fans, and everyone ends up having an unforgettable time!" Find more detailshere.
The seven-date trek will be kicking off on July 22nd in The Sage Gateshead - SummerTyne and will conclude with an appearance at the Southern Fried Festival in Perth on the 28th.
The new album follows Outlaws' Ry and Joachim Cooder produced debut album 'Angeleno' which took home the International Album of the Year Award at the UK Americana Awards. See the tour dateshere.
In 2010 I made a trip from Toronto to Montreal. I had received a call that my aunt Domini who had been diagnosed with cancer was the in the final days of her life and that she had been moved to the palliative care unit at Hospital Notre-Dame. During the day I sat at the end of her bed with her husband and brother often just watching her chest rise and fall. Sometimes when I was alone in the room with her I would pull out my journal and write about the moment in time between the inhale and the exhale. At night I'd sneak into the visitors lounge and sleep on the couch. One morning I woke up very early just as the sun was rising. A man came into the room. I recognised him from the floor - I had seen him often walking up and down the corridor. We began to talk and he explained to me that his wife - a young woman with whom he had two children was also dying of cancer. He spoke about his children and how frightened he was to raise them alone. He said that his wife had always been the one to pack their lunches and that he wasn't sure what they liked to eat at school. He told me that although he knew some of the names of their friends it was his wife who knew the names of each and every one of the the children in their classrooms. "The last time I felt this scared was the day I arrived here from Lebanon." He went on to tell me about his life in Lebanon and the story of the day that he left. He talked about the picnic with his family on the beach, the long goodbyes, the family that he met on the flight and later translated for when they arrived at customs in Montreal. When got outside the airport he went to a phone booth to call his cousin - the only contact that he had. He rang but discovered that the line had been disconnected and was no longer in service. "I didn't know what to do" he said. "So I hung up the phone and I prayed. I was all alone. I promised God that if he helped me then and there I would give him my devotion " At that moment the family he had helped at customs were passing by. They called out to him and offered him a lift. He didn't have anywhere to go. They took him with them and they took care of him - helped him find a place to stay and eventually find his cousin. I went back to my aunt's room and wrote about that man and his story in my journal. A few hours later my aunt died.
I hadn't looked at that journal for years. Then I got message that a dear friend had passed away unexpectedly. I was pretty overwhelmed with grief and started going through old boxes looking for photos of him. That's when I came across that journal and re-read that entry. I wrote Carry Me as a tribute to the invisible forces that give us strength. We shot the music video in Montreal and based it on the story of that man.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen and watch for yourself here and learn more about the albumright here!
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