One fan theory suggested Lamar would release a follow up to DAMN. on Easter. Then on Friday (April 21) fans got excited when Kendrick posted a video from a record signing saying he had "some more music."
Taking to twitter Lamar set the record straight, writing: "KenFolk. Thank 4 the desire of always anticipating new music of my own. None is coming. My work will be in our future TDE dates tho. #DAMN" Check out the posthere.
The first single, 'Invisible," came out in February and the anime-inspired music video and a lyric video garnered over 1 million YouTube views, while audio streams on Spotify surpassed 300,000 streams.
Side B is the follow-up to Grimmie's February 2016 release Side A. It features three previously unreleased songs plus a re-produced version of 'I Won't Give Up," which she initially performed on The Voice and dedicated to her mom.
The new tracks will be included on a 10-song LP, All Is Vanity, due out June 2.here.
There, they decided to reunite for shows in honor of the Purple One. "We're taking it to the people who are grieving like we are, and letting them have a little bit of relief," guitarist Wendy Melvoin told Billboard.
In September 2016, The Revolution sold out three shows at the First Avenue nightclub (setting of Prince's movie, Purple Rain). They kicked off a tour last Friday, April 21, on the anniversary of the music legend's death at his Paisley Park, near Minneapolis.
They will make tour stops in Chicago, Washington, DC, New York, Cleveland, Detroit, Los Angeles and San Francisco before ending in Seattle on July 15.
The Revolution includes Melvoin, bassist BrownMark, keyboardists Matt Fink and Lisa Coleman, and drummer Bobby Z. Their set list includes Prince's synthesizer-heavy 1980s music through his 1987 double album Sign o' the Times.
"We have the ability now to give people a glimpse of what we experienced with him," BrownMark said. "And I think that's a powerful thing. I know it helped me heal." Read morehere.
The first two remixes are like speed-dating. PARTYNEXTDOOR suggests "Jump in the Cadillac, girl, let's put some miles on it." Alternatively, Gucci has international travel in mind. "Wanna fly you out the country/ To show you how I'm stuntin' (ya) 'Cause you got what I'm wanting/ And I got all this money."
The new BLVK JVCK "That's What I Like" remix ups the ante of the original record with soaring synths and deeper basslines. Listen to the new remixeshere.
In the fan video, the kid is seen dancing, dabbing and mouthing all the words to the Migos song. TMZ caught up with Migos' Offset to ask him what he thought kid who rapped and danced along to their music.
"Ya'll need to find him. I want to meet the … little kid," Offset responded. He then rated the kid's dance moves an astounding 10 out of 10 and said he wanted the kid to show off his skills in a future music video. Check out the cliphere.
The new clip was directed by Hannah Lux and produced by Happy Perez, the video features the two running around L.A., sitting on a bus and spending time in a grungy club.
The track comes from his forthcoming album, Bloom. The rapper's third studio album is slated for release May 12. The new music video can be streamedhere.
"This might be the only way we get to meet Riri," vocalist Nathan Willett jokingly revealed to Entertainment Weekly. "I have stayed up all night watching a hundred YouTube live versions of Rihanna singing this song. There is nothing better," Willett explained.
"She has this way of being vulnerable in her words but protecting herself with so much attitude. The song feels like a modern pop standard. For this version, I felt like we needed to put a microscope on the vulnerable, aching side. Singing it with Bishop -- having that female-male dialogue back and forth is so powerful and classic." Watch the videohere.
Mayor Meghan Barry selected the singer to fill the latest vacancy on The Nashville Airport Authority's board of director, stating that Bentley will bring a 'unique perspective," to the organization.
The Metro Council will vote on the appointment next month. The volunteer position receives no compensation. It's not quite as strange as it seems; the country superstar is a Nashville resident, as well as a pilot, himself. Read morehere.
Proving that he is still willing to take risks musically, the country superstar enlisted Mick Jagger for 'Drive of Shame." In addition, Paisley collaborated with one of Justin Timberlake's favorite producers, Timbaland, on 'Grey Goose Chase."
The country artist teamed up with country legend Bill Anderson for 'Dying to See Her," and John Fogerty for the title track, 'Love And War." Stream the albumhere.
Now the official record is on streaming services for fans to enjoy. D.R.A.M. drew inspiration from the 1960s TV series Gilligan's Island and the lyrics reference being lost on an island.
"Gilligan lost, turned trill again, need a vitamin, wait a min/ Better yet, a Ritalin for my adrenaline/ If I'm up in my feelings, better pay the man," he raps. Listen to "Gilligan"here.
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