It is illegal to ride dirt bikes or ATVs in New York City. A 911 call from a witness led police to the intersection of West 207th Street and Sherman Ave. around 8:23 p.m. Wednesday night, but the Mill and his posse was gone by the time officers arrived, reports Billboard.
Mill might have gotten away with the offense had he not posted a video of himself on the bike zipping through the streets of Upper Manhattan. Read morehere.
According to a Page Six "source," the dynamic duo is hunkered down in a Japanese studio with only an engineer so "nobody knows what it is -- or what it sounds like . . . There are no professionals in the room."
The pair was recently photographed together in Japan with artist Takashi Murakami (responsible for the artwork on West's album, Graduation) and director Coodie Rock, who posted the pic on his Instagram page. When XXL asked Rock what was going on with the rappers, his response was that "We're talking about bringing in the new year with a bang!"
"They're going to drop some crazy collaboration out of the blue," an "insider" told Page Six. "They're going to drop some surprise project on everybody. They're recording it now." Read morehere.
Bieber's new track is a collaboration with Bloodpop, aka songwriter/producer Michael Tucker, who co-wrote multiple tracks from Bieber's last album Purpose.
"Wonderin' if you got a body, to hold you tight since I left," Bieber sings. "Wonderin' if you think about me, actually don't answer that." Check out Bieber's latesthere.
She tweeted the news, "Pre-order the #ShaniaNOW tour bundle at smarturl.it/STNOWTOUR to access pre-sale tickets… twitter.com/i/web/status/8'— Shania Twain (@ShaniaTwain) August 17, 2017".
The Canadian singer will release Now on September 29. It's her first new album in nearly fifteen years. Pre-sale tickets for the 40-city tour will be available starting August 22. Check out the full itineraryhere.
Demi famously split from her boyfriend of six years, Wilmer Valderrama, publicly announcing the breakup on social media in 2016 and most recently parted ways with 31-year-old MMA fighter Guilherme "Bomba" Vasconcelos after a dating for a little over a year.
"I think for me, right now, it's better for me to be single," Demi told 92.3 AMP Radio. "I've always gone from relationship to relationship, or from fling to fling, and always had a guy in my life. I think [there are] some 'love addiction' issues there," she said with a giggle. "So I think it's important that I find my independence and live on my own so that I can learn to love myself fully before I commit so somebody else."
"If I meet somebody or somebody comes into the picture, that's one thing," Demi explained. "But for the most part, I'm making an effort to stay single." That certainly doesn't mean Demi cuts all ties with her former significant others -- but believes it to be a personal choice that everyone needs to make for themselves. Read morehere.
Backstage she performed something far less poppy, joining forces with The Roots to cover The Animals version of the folk song "House of the Rising Sun."
Her soulful delivery was respectful to the '60s classic rock hit, and the acoustic instruments give the song a folkier sound than the original. Watch the performancehere.
"I have been grieving and saying goodbye to Glen every day for the last six years, ever since his diagnosis of Alzheimer's, not knowing which day he might forget me or which day might be his last," she wrote.
"Although I knew it was inescapable and certain, nothing could have prepared me for the profound loss I felt as I said goodbye for the final time yesterday. I had been praying that I would be able to hold his hand when he entered eternity, and my request was granted. While surrounded by family, I watched him take his last breath." Read morehere.
The DJ/producer had previously teased the collaboration on Twitter, while wishing Gomez a happy birthday. "Happy birthday @selenagomez !!! Can't wait for the world to hear what we've been working on," he wrote.
"It's actually a beautiful song," Gomez told Energy 103.7. "It's one of my favorite songs, It's really cool, it's kind of in that world, his world, and I stepping into it and bringing my style too." Read morehere.
Diamond, an "avid wine collector," will be selecting the wine list for new L.A. restaurant, Hearth & Hound. 'It's going to be a fun list,"¯ Diamond told Bloomberg about the venture. 'We are putting together a wine program that will get customers tasting things they might not taste. If you like California Syrah, I might point you towards a wine from another part of the world that's better value. We're going to pour half-bottles, so you can try different things."¯
The new restaurant, which is scheduled to open in the space that used to house popular Hollywood spot Cat & Fiddle on September 22, has another major music connection via owner Ken Friedman, a former band manager and A&R exec. Read morehere.
Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, The Great Gonzo, Sam Eagle, Pepe the King Prawn and even the show's revered hecklers, Statler and Waldorf, will all be a part of the shows scheduled for September 8-10.
Each show will also conclude with a spectacular fireworks finale. "This will be moi's greatest performance ever, and I guarantee that all of you who are there at the Hollywood Bowl will rave and brag about it for the rest of your lives," Miss Piggy said in a video announcement of the shows. "And those who are not there, will have to lie about being there. So, don't lie, be there and experience moi in person." See Miss Piggy's announcement, as well as a statement from hecklers Statler and Waldorf,here.
The song, which is the lead single from his forthcoming third album, Slowheart, is about "that person that you find so amazing, that you hope that when you have a kid, they turn out as amazing as her," the singer explains at the outset of the video.
The clips finds Moore kicking it with the Costa Rican locals, chilling on the beach and just soaking up the Central American atmosphere. Watch a stream of the new videohere.
The rapper will surely stoke those fires after a new radio show appearance during which he casually mentions having had a boyfriend when he was still a teenager.
"I had a boyfriend when I was fifteen in f—ing Hawthorne. If that's not open minded, I don't know what is," Tyler stated during Know Wave's show Coop Tunes this week (August 14).
On the show specifically to play music, Tyler touches on a variety of subjects throughout the hour-and-a-half show, including his upcoming Camp Flog Gnaw festival in Los Angeles, which will feature appearances from Lana Del Rey, Solange, Kehlani, Kid Cudi and more. The rapper mentioned that it will be his last show of 2017. Listen to the full (and extremely NSFW) showhere.
"Incredible words from Heather Heyer's mother Susan Bro," Shelton tweeted, presumably in regards to Bro's speech during her daughter's memorial service which took place this morning. "If you missed it look for it. What a strong and inspiring person."
"I think the reason that what happened to Heather has struck a chord is because we know that what she did was achievable," Bro said (via CBS News). "They tried to kill my child to shut her up. Well, guess what? You just magnified her. I want this to spread. I don't want this to die. This is just the beginning of Heather's legacy."
"I'd rather have my child, but by golly, if I gotta give her up, we're gonna make it count," she concluded. Read more including Blake Shelton's tweethere.
The new track is the third song that's arrived in advance of the group's forthcoming full-length, American Dream, which is slated for release on September 1.
The track follows "Call the Police" and the album's title track. Watch the online stream of the brand new music video for LCD Soundsystem's latest single "tonite"here.
Unperturbed, Pink took to social media to clap back at her critics. "Want to point out an awful new phenomenon of the last 10 years," she wrote. "We can no longer be happy for each other. I [love] Xtina, we've made amends."¯
In her series of tweets, Pink expressed how music should be a unifying force and that people should celebrate instead of hate. "Music brings us all together," she wrote. "The best part of music is -- there's room for everyone to win at the same time. Don't be what's wrong w/da world. Let's be an example of inclusion and celebration. You don't have to like me at all, I'm ok with that. Just be a decent person." See Pink's tweetshere.
"That doesn't mean that, you know, that I don't want to end up with a woman or be with a woman," he told 98.7 AMP Radio. "But I can still say that's a good looking dude or that's a good looking girl, you know, there's no difference for me' It is what it is, it's just part of who I am I guess."
Though Carter parted ways with his girlfriend Madison Parker, she made it clear that his sexuality wasn't the issue. "My split with Aaron has nothing to do with him being bisexual," she told E! News. Read morehere.
'Before we go any further, we've gotta make something very clear,"¯ Hetfield said during the show, which was live streamed. 'Metallica doesn't give a s—, all right? We don't give a s— about the differences, okay? We care about the similarities.
"So the fact that you're here -- we don't care who you voted for, what you do or don't eat, we don't care what color your skin is, what you do for a job. We don't care what you've done in the past. What we do care about is the fact that we're all together here, celebrating life with music. So for me, you are Metallica family. All are welcome. Are you with us?" Read morehere.
It was early Sunday morning (August 13) at The Good Nite bar when a patron started singing Ne-Yo's 2007 hit, "Because Of You." Imagine his surprise when Ne-Yo himself emerged from the crowd to join him onstage.
It was all in fun when Ne-Yo took the mic to croon his song, much to the delight of the crowd in the intimate bar space. The pop star and fan shared the onstage moment, ending the song with hugs and appreciation. Watch the once-in-a-lifetime karaoke encounterhere.
A steal for just under $2 million, the rapper is selling his home for nearly half of what he bought it for. In 2003, the rapper purchased the property for an estimated $4.75 million from the CEO of Kmart — over twice as much as the current listing price E! Online reports.
According to CBS Detroit, Em got the house for half of the asking price from Charles Conaway. The former chairman of Kmart ran into legal trouble, eventually resulting in the company's then-bankruptcy. Read morehere.
The former 1D member started out in front of the Oxford Circus tube station, where he sang his new single "Get Low" for a crowd that grew with every note.
Always the entertainer, Payne got super-close to one fan who was filming on her phone. Amateur video displays her scream, "Oh my God! as he approaches her and a wide grin spreads across his face.
The second stop on Payne's busking expedition was Trafalgar Square, only this one wasn't quite as big of a surprise since Zedd tweeted about it on the way.
These impromptu performances are rumored to be included in Payne's music video for "Get Low," reports NME. Read more including the tweetshere.
The couple met a volunteer program in their hometown of Albany, GA. While it was a small town, the two had never met before, having gone to different schools.
"She kind of wobbled in there, you could tell she had a long night the night before," Phillips told Mix 104.1. "The night before had been my birthday," Hannah explained.
"She kissed a guy the night before," laughed Phillips. "She was single, it was allowed." They ended up at the same party soon after, but they still didn't kiss just yet. Read morehere.
It all goes well until the superstar realizes that she doesn't remember all of the words to the song, which originally featured controversial rapper, M.I.A. In true Madonna fashion, she just rolls with it, singing that she "can't remember the words to the song that I wrote."
Her fans certainly don't seem to mind the lyrical flub, with the video receiving more than 122,000 likes in just 24 hours. Add to that number and watch the cliphere.
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