"Bedroom Floor" is the third post-One Direction song from Payne, following the release of "Strip That Down," which features Migos' Quavo, and "Get Low," a collaboration with Zedd.
Liam's solo debut album has yet to receive a title or a release date. Check out the alternate take of "Bedroom Floor"here.
Brown's 3-year-old daughter, Royalty, got her wish and is now the proud owner of an adorable baby monkey. In the video above, you can see the tiny animal wearing a diaper, cuddling with Royalty on the couch.
The star has faced criticism for getting his daughter the unique pet, with a wave of social media commentary warning that such animals are best left in the wild. Read morehere.
The pop star's brand new mixtape will also feature guest appearances from Carly Rae Jepsen, former Chairlift vocalist Caroline Polachek, Brooke Candy and more.
Tracklisting: 1. Backseat (feat. Carly Rae Jepsen) 2. Out Of My Head (feat. Tove Lo and ALMA) 3. Lucky 4. Tears (feat. Caroline Polachek) 5. I Got It (feat. Brooke Candy, CupcakKe and Pabllo Vittar) 6. Femmebot (feat. Dorian Electra and Mykki Blanco) 7. Delicious (feat. Tommy Cash) 8. Unlock It (feat. Kim Petras and Jay Park) 9. Porsche (feat. Mo) 10. Track 10 Stream "Out Of My Head"here.
"I'm soo excited to share this you guys!," Lewis said on Twitter, "and I wanted to do something special for all of you this Christmas. You're the reason we get to do what we love and we put our hearts into recording this song. Merry Christmas, we love you guys."
"As a little girl, I've always looked up to empowering female vocal artists such as Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Carrie Underwood, Beyonce, & Leona Lewis!," Jane revealed on Twitter. "This is the best Christmas gift I've ever received! Thank you to the fans & thank you Ms.Lewis for making my dreams come true! With that being said, enjoy this special medley we created for you guys this Christmas!" Watch the medley and see all of Jane's tweetshere.
The video opens with Gerwitz waking at 5:30 a.m. before heading out for an honest day's work on a construction site. Interspersed throughout the clip are images of Adkins and his band performing the song, and Gerwitz spending time with his family.
"We recorded this song well over a year ago, and my intent was always to release it as a tip of my hat to those who have served," Adkins said in a press statement. "To SPC. Bryan Gerwitz and all those who have crawled from the battlefield but still stand for the Anthem'This is for you." Watch the videohere.
The big new tune comes with a sultry music video that finds Marshmello prowling a sexy nightspot with the men of Migos. "Danger" is taken from the soundtrack of upcoming Will Smith movie, Bright, which is set to debut on Netflix Dec. 22.
The Bright soundtrack will be released on Dec. 15 and features a plethora of big names and collaborations. See the full tracklisting and check out Migos and Marshmello's "Danger"here.
As he collected the honor at Buckingham Palace, the "Shape of You" singer-songwriter said previous generations of Sheerans would be proud. "My grandfather was a massive royalist," he said. "He had all the commemorative plates and stuff, and he died on this day four years ago, so it's actually quite a nice full circle thing, I guess he'd be pretty proud."
Ultimately, Ed credits "persistence" with his sustained success. "I don't have a vast amount of talent compared to other people, I think talent is like 30% of it and persistence, drive and self-belief are the other ones, which I guess are all the same thing." Read morehere.
"Never Be the Same" is a sultry mid-tempo dance track. In the chorus, Cabello compares her lover to nicotine, heroin and morphine--she just can't quit him.
On "Real Friends," Camila sings about flaky, dishonest and unreliable people in her life. The slow, acoustic track digs into broken friendships and disappointments, and she admits that most nights she likes to stay at home.
Both tracks are featured on Cabello's forthcoming solo debut album Camila which arrives January 12. Check out both trackshere.
The pop star's steamy new music video for the single is packed with international flavor, dropping Derulo and a cadre of dancers into a variety of elaborate set pieces.
French Montana appears in a room walled with gold skulls and populated by gold body-painted models to deliver his verse. Watch the videohere.
The boy was in a coma for six weeks, and had to relearn how to walk, talk and eat again afterward (via WQAD 8). "It's crazy, I just can't even believe it and you know, he's this big star and you feel like they don't always have time to look at that kind of thing," said Becky Hodgett, Sammy's mom.
She revealed that Shelton's manager told her that the country star extended the invitation after seeing a story that his song "Boys 'Round Here" inspired young Sammy during his recovery. Read morehere.
The rapper told TMZ that he got the eye-raising new ink specifically to make his mother mad. "I kind of just wanted [to] p— my mom off," he said in a video. "I know she's really upset, but I love you so much, mama, you're the best. I'm sorry.
"No, I mean it's f—ing song lyrics. I figured how ignorant can I be, so [I'll] just f—— tattoo my face," Malone added with a laugh. "You only live once." See Malone's recent ink in the Instagram posthere.
Like any self-respecting major sports franchise, the Bulls pointed out on the big screen that Chance was in the house, and, for the uninitiated, included a caption below his name indicating what he does for a living.
Considering that "rapper" is already in Chance's name, the annotation of Chance the Rapper as a rapper came off as more than a little redundant. Chance pointed out the redundancy on Twitter, and everyone had a good laugh.
In the tweet, Chance let the Bulls know that from that point on, "Father" and "Zaddy" were both acceptable job descriptions. The Bulls clearly got the message. During last week's game (Dec. 4) against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Chance showed up to cheer his home team and the Bulls organization updated his job description as directed.
The team captured the moment and shared in on social media to ensure that everyone knows they're on top of their game and are fully aware of what really makes Chance… Chance. They also caught him working on a new title as 'Chance the Snacker.' Well played, Chicago Bulls. Well played. See the team's tweethere.
When we caught up with Midland on the road, the trio, Mark Wystrach, Cameron Duddy, and Jess Carson, opened up about how they combine their unique sound to create a harmony that is the signature of their music. "We're all three singers. The harmony thing was something that naturally became a part of our sound," says Duddy.
Wystrach adds, "Within each one of us it's very diverse about what our specific influences are." Yet, despite the different interests in music, they have found their grounding as a band.
"While it seems like it could kind of be just chaos, I feel like we've figured out a way to kind of focus all of those influences and put it into something that just makes sense," says Duddy.
When they take their music out on the road though, it's staying connected to home that resonates most with then. Duddy recalls waiting to hear from his own father while he was away, "When I was a kid my dad traveled a lot. Postcards were a thing that we looked forward to." He adds, "We all use our phones obviously to keep in touch with our families and loved ones, Facetime." "It shortens the distance…it can be very isolating on the road, you can get real homesick," Wystrach admits. Read Carly Pearce's featurehere.
The clip features the two rap superstars cruising through the city in the back of a luxury car, tossing cash in the air and stunting for the camera. The pair hit a series of clubs before hitting the ocean in a stealth boat.
The video ends with Jeezy and Puff Daddy pulling up in front of an all-night convenience store to stock up on those ever-important end of the night snacks. Watch the videohere.
"What Makes You Country": This quintessential Luke Bryan song has a good groove, singable melody and paints plenty of pictures of his life growing up in Georgia. It also invites the listener to figure out what it is that makes them country and to be proud of those things.
"Pick It Up": Bryan sings about putting down the things he hopes his children will pick up on this track. The singer lists physical examples like putting a guitar or a fishing pole by their bed, as well as more intangible things like how to talk to strangers or how to treat your wife.
"Like You Say You Do": This song is addressed to a man who isn't treating his woman right, the narrator tells him to move along so he can love her like she deserves. See what other tracks made the listhere.
The video leans heavily on nostalgia, with vintage-style home movies depicting a couple on warm, sunny days. In other scenes, Kehlani appears alone wandering around a network of beehives, with close-ups of the titular honey and buzzing insects. Kehlani announced the new video on social media and explained how she cast her love interest --played by Aariana Johnson.
"There were particular reasons why I chose AJ for this video," she wrote. "This song was inspired by an androgynous woman, and I wanted to find someone who fell in line with that, who was 'hard' yet so so soft (yes, like a bee). I was asked 'why not use a feminine girl?' but I knew I wanted to honor the inspiration, and paint the picture of the sweet tender aspect that shines through every woman, no matter what." Watch the videohere.
So, who is "Diane" and why is the message behind the lyrics so important? Well, the song was inspired by and presented as the response to Dolly Parton's classic hit, "Jolene."
In our EXCLUSIVE interview, Cam reveals what she wants her fans to take away from listening to the song, and how she pictures the woman behind "Diane" to be. Cam shares with us that she doesn't want anyone second-guessing themselves when it comes to revealing the truth. In the end, it's all about respecting relationships and your own honesty. "Diane" was co-written by Cam, Jeff Bhasker, and Tyler Johnson which is the same team to have written her GRAMMY-nominated and No.1 smash, "Burning House." We'll have much more from Cam soon, so be sure to check back in with us. Check out "Diane"here.
The couple recently welcomed their bottle drinker, daughter Trulee Nanette Brice, on June 2nd, to the family. She has two older brothers, Takoda and Ryker.
Prior to her birth, the singer shared his new song about sons, "Boy," which is the lead single to Brice's fourth, self-titled studio album. Check out the photohere.
The French Montana remix stays faithful to Charlie's original edit, but adds a bonus verse by the rapper. He refers to Olivia Pope, Kerry Washington's character on Scandal, and echoes lyrics from the chorus. Throttle's remix rearranges the soundscape with gurgling electronic sounds and a club-ready beat.
Voicenotes is expected to drop January 19, according to Apple Music. Listen to both the French Montana remix of "How Long" and Throttle's take on the trackhere.
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