The track is the lead single from Swift's sixth studio album Reputation, which will be released on November 10. The album is available for pre-order now. "I don't, like your little games," the track begins. "Don't like your titled stage, the role you made me play, of the fool, no, I don't like you."
"But I got smarter, I got harder in the nick of time," goes the pre-chorus. "Honey, I rose up from the dead, I do it all the time, I've got a list of names and yours is in red, underlined, I check it once, then I check it twice, oh!"
Near the end of the track Swift speaks the line "I'm sorry the but old Taylor can't come to the phone right now. Why? Oh, cause she's dead." Check out Swift's dark new track and lyric videohere.
The group that also consists of Chad Hugo and Shay Haley last performed together live together as a surprise during Williams' set at Tyler the Creator's Camp Flog Gnaw festival in 2014.
Other acts slated to perform at this year's ComplexCon include Gucci Mane, Young Thug, M.I.A., DJ Khaled, Jaden Smith, DJ A-Trak and Friends, D.R.A.M. and A$AP Ferg. Read morehere.
According to a report in the "rumor mill" section of industry trade Hits Daily Double, it could happen. Timberlake and JAY-Z have history together, having embarked on the joint "Legends of the Summer" tour in 2013. The pair have also appeared on each other's songs, including Timeberlake's "Suit and Tie" and Jay's "Holy Grail."
While JAY-Z has yet to appear on the Super Bowl stage, Timberlake has been a part of the halftime show more than once. His first appearance was in 2001 when he was still a member of 'NSync, and the band performed alongside Aerosmith, Britney Spears, Nelly and Mary J. Blige in a massive onstage mashup. Read morehere.
Perry, who plays for the Tigers, is depicted throughout the video bobbling the ball, being manhandled by members of The Sheep and even taking a pass to the head, which causes cartoon stars to spiral around her noggin.
But after a performance cameo by Minaj and some heavy doses of spinach, the Tigers get the last roar, and Perry vaults above her opponents slam dunking shot after shot. Watch all the excitement of "Swish Swish"here.
The "Cool for the Summer" singer goes for broke on this rootsy, gospel-tinged pop song about refusing to watch her former love move on from their failed relationship.
"And I hope I never see the day, that you move on and be happy without me," she sings. "What's my hand without your heart to hold?" Lovato is slated to perform at Sunday night's Video Music Awards. Listen to "Tell Me You Love Me"here.
If you're not a celebrity or a millionaire you can still attend the show. Rihanna has launched a ticket contest, which fans can enter by donating one dollar to her charity. The winner will receive two tickets to the black-tie dinner, a flight to New York and a hotel room on Wall Street.
The Dollar Campaign is the latest initiative aimed at supporting Rhianna's ongoing campaign to improve the education of young people in some of the world's most impoverished areas. Read morehere.
The two hour TV special will be broadcast on the CBS network on on Friday, September 15 (9:00 – 11:00 PM ET/PT). The producers of the ACM honors dick clark productions sent over these details and some of the highlights from the event which took place at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville:
Hillary Scott opened the evening with a performance of "The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia" and was then joined by Little Big Town's Karen Fairchild for a powerful duet performance of "Does He Love You" for which they received a standing ovation. The duo then welcomed Little Big Town's Kimberly Schlapman for a special performance of "Little Rock" in tribute to Reba McEntire. Fairchild, Schlapman, and Scott then presented McEntire with the Mae Boren Axton Service Award.
Kelsea Ballerini performed "Legends" before receiving her award, which was presented to her by Lady Antebellum. Following her acceptance speech, Ballerini performed a medley of #1 hits including "Dibs," "Love Me Like You Mean It," and "Peter Pan." Read more
Lambert was performing at London's Apollo Hammersmith when she surprised the audience by calling East onstage for a stirring version of her song, "Getaway Driver."
East was one of the co-writer's of the tune along with Lambert and Natalie Hemby. "London, England! Thank you so much. What an amazing night. And I got to sing a song with my ," Lambert gushed on Instagram. Watch a clip of the special momenthere.
In the years since, Mimi has stayed true to her winning formula and repurposed pop hits for the hip-hop market. Now it appears French Montana has flipped her script and engineered a remix of his hit "Unforgettable" featuring R&B vocals from Carey.
Mariah tweeted a preview of their collaboration and revealed it will drop Friday at midnight. In the 45-second teaser, Mariah's breathy vocals are layered over some bars from "Unforgettable." She also tagged Swae Lee, who appears on the song's original cut. Check out the cliphere.
Solange will headline Washington, DC's John F. Kennedy Center on October 1 (with Sun Ra Arkestra), play Radio City Music Hall the following night (with Earl, Sun Ra Arkestra, and Chassol), and take the stage in Berkeley, CA's Greek Theatre on October 20 (with Earl, FlyLo, and Chassol).
She has called the string of dates, 'the line up of my actual dreams!" Read morehere.
Designed to celebrate LGBTQ people and culture in the heavily Mormon state, the inaugural edition of LoveLoud will feature Imagine Dragons, Neon Trees, Krewella, Nicholas Petricca of Walk The Moon, Joshua James and Reynold's wife, Aja Volkman.
"More than the event itself is the conversation about it, "Reynolds (who was raised in a Mormon household) said to Vanity Fair. "Parents and kids sitting around the dinner table and the kids say, 'Hey, mom, I want to go to this festival.' And the parents say, 'Hey, let's talk about what that is and what that means.'"
"It felt like a lot of unnecessary guilt looking back on it," Reynolds said regarding his past experience with the church. "That already opened up my heart to people who are feeling guilty [because] of religion. To times that by a million is to be an L.G.B.T.Q. child in a home who's told that their most basic instinct or sense of being is wrong or flawed or sinful." Read morehere.
During the episode, Henry said that the rapper's spirit was hinting that two people conspired in his still-unsolved 1997 murder. "It is interesting to note, he is having me bring up two people, two people, two people and showing me two people conspiring," Henry told Lil' Kim (via TooFab). "There's a feeling of almost like people talking or hearing that someone might not have wanted him to live. He's showing me a symbol of death threat and then not taking death threat seriously, which would indicate if we don't know who did it, many people would."
Later, Henry revealed that the late rapper considered Lil' Kim his soulmate: "For him, loving you was the greatest accomplishment his soul truly feels it was ever able to do. You showed him what love was but you helped teach him in ways that no one else did and that's so special." Watch clips from the episodehere.
The DCX MMXVI Live CD and DVD package hits retailers on September 1, and features the trio performing a selection of their hits as well as other covers takes.
The covers include Prince ("Nothing Compares 2 U") and Bob Dylan ("Mississippi"), according to Rolling Stone. Watch the Dixie Chicks' version of Beyonce's "Daddy Issues"here.
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