The Weeknd is currently dating Justin Bieber's ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez, and Justin has insulted the singer on multiple occasions. On "Some Way" The Weeknd appears to fire back, addressing a jealous ex-boyfriend.
"Think your girl fell in love with me," he sings. "I just took that chick, and I know you feelin' some way. She just want a n—- like me, you feelin' some way. She say my f— and my tongue game a remedy." Listen to the trackhere.
Sadly this appears to be a recurring problem for the British music star. "That's actually happened four years in a row, and that's not just my label's after-party, that's just afterparties in general," he told NME.
"It's just--do you know what I don't get' it's like you walk into those parties and there's four musicians there and everyone else there are people from L.A. who didn't even go to the GRAMMYs and just want a party to go to."
'So I went to Benny Blanco and Diplo's party and arrived there super-early," he continued, "and suddenly 2,000 people turned up." Read morehere.
Speaking with GQ, Chance discussed the number's significance. It has to do with his third mixtape, Coloring Book. "I just thought that that made the most sense because it was the third project," he explained. "Also, I was having a lot of trouble figuring out what the title of the project was going to be and what typography to put the title in."
Chance had a different idea for the mixtape's title but knew it wouldn't exactly fit on a cap. "The original title for the project was, uh, The Magnificent Coloring Book," he said. "But that's just so many words and it looks so s—–, no matter how I put it on the hat." Instead, he ended up using the full phrase as his tour's title.
As for the reason he wears a cap all the time, that goes back to his high school days. Even though Chance would show up wearing one, his teachers would inevitably take them away, so now he likes to wear them all the time. Read morehere.
"No, I'm just kidding," she clarified. "I got some beautiful flowers and lots of texts, and it was fun. I mean, you know. I'm in New York and he's in Oklahoma."
As for how their relationship will handle the strain of competing against one another as coaches on The Voice, Stefani admitted, "I was nervous at first. I was like, 'Wait, is this going to be awkward? How am I going to act?'" Read morehere.
"We're so happy to announce that we are pregnant & in the process of adopting a child from Africa! Safe to say life is about to get crazy!" Rhett tweeted, along with a picture of he and Akins posing with balloons spelling out "Baby."
Akins elaborated on Instagram. "OH BABY! actually…BABIES! Our hearts are exploding with happiness for y'all to meet our new baby who we are bringing home from Africa soon who is also going to have a little brother or sister because, SURPRISE! there's a sweet baby in my belly too #adopting&pregnant #cominginhot2017" she wrote.
Akins explained to People how she and Rhett made the decision to stop trying to get pregnant last year and instead move forward with their plans to adopt. But a December trip to Tanzania revealed other plans. Read morehere.
"It's about feeling unappreciated and knowing that you are secondary," the singer told Rolling Stone. "Having to live with someone that has different priorities and accepting that you're not the most important thing in a person's life."
"It needed to be really pure and my own story and my own emotional journey," Twain says of the album. "I was now alone all of a sudden, and I didn't want to shy away from it." Read morehere.
Wale remixed Sheeran's song and shared it on SoundCloud late Tuesday night (February 14th). He keeps everything close to the original but adds a steamy new verse at the beginning.
"You the type of lady Imma hold down/ But for now I'm gonna need you to hold out/ What's your name? Imma call you tonight/ Just know I'm calling you never if I ain't calling you mine," he raps. That's about as tame as it gets on Wale's extended verse. Elsewhere, he raps about all the ways he's looking forward to pleasing the woman he can't get off his mind. It definitely takes Sheeran's lyric, "I'm in love with your body," up a level. Listenhere.
'IMPORTANT: My husband has always supported me in everything that I've wanted to do, yesterday began a new adventure for us. Joshua left for basic training to serve in our military and serve his Country.
"Saying I'm proud doesn't scratch the surface of how I feel. I love his heart and the man that he is more and more every single day. I married up in every way. Please keep him in your prayers, thank you all for the support' prayers to all the families who have a loved one who serve.
"I'm thankful today for my HERO Josh and the best Valentine a wife could ask for. Miss you already â ¤," she posted. Read morehere.
The bizarre moment is captured in an upcoming Lifetime original movie, Britney Ever After. The project does not have the support of pop princess so it will be interesting to see how the network navigates her story without the rights to her music.
In the film, Natasha Bassett plays Britney, while Nathan Keyes, Zac Vran, Connor Paton, Frankie Cena and Matt Visser respectively take on the roles of Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Lance Bass, Chris Kirkpatrick and Joey Fatone. Watch the cliphere.
The Oak Ridge Boys are celebrating an anniversary of their own. Their chart-topping single "Bobby Sue" turns 35 this year. You can hear the song live on one of the group's many tour dates this year. To find a date near you, visit www.oakridgeboys.com/tour.
A big congratulations is in order for Reba McEntire. Her latest album "Sing It Now: Songs of Faith and Hope" has reached No. 1 on iTunes and Billboard.
The video for Miranda Lambert's sure-to-be hit "We Should Be Friends" is out now. The video was shot in an actual salon called Wanda's House of Beauty in the small town of Watertown, Tennessee.
Maren Morris is celebrating after an eventful night at the 59th GRAMMY AWARDS. Not only she did perform a song off her album "Hero" with Alicia Keys, but she also received the award For Best Country Solo Performance for "My Church."
In more Grammy news, Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban performed their new duet "The Fighter," Best Country Album winner, Sturgill Simpson, performed "All Around You," and Dolly Parton and Pentatonix took home the award for Best Country Duo Group Performance for their collaboration on "Jolene." Also taking home awards in the Country, Christian, Gospel and American Roots categories are Lori McKenna, Joey and Rory, Vince Gill for The Time Jumpers, Hillary Scott and the Scott Family, and Willie Nelson.
Country superstar Naomi Judd is spreading awareness about the severity of depression in her new book "River of Time," which is available now.
Kenny Rogers, Garth Brooks, Phil Vassar, Wynonna Judd, Travis Tritt, Tanya Tucker and many more honored Randy Travis during the special benefit concert 1 Night. 1 Place. 1 Time: A Heroes and Friends Tribute to Randy Travis sold out Nashville's Bridgestone Arena on February 8.
Check out the latest episode of The Pickuphere.
Shkreli will be hosting a speaking event at New York's Webster Hall, where he'll "discuss investing, healthcare and politics in a presentation/lecture format for one hour" before he shares tracks from his unreleased music collection. And, yes, that will include some from Wu-Tang.
The informative event turned listening party is being touted as An Evening With Martin Shkreli, which is as shudder-inducing as it sounds. For now, Shkreli is asking between $15 and $50 for tickets.Read morehere.
The set told the story of a man (.Paak) working to earn back trust from the ladies in his life after an act of infidelity. By the end of "What More Can I Say," the two women have moved on with Knxwledge, giving the love parable a bittersweet twist.
"What More Can I Say" comes from NxWorries' album Yes Lawd! and blends whimsical symphonic elements with personal storytelling. Paak may have lost the Best New Artist GRAMMY to Chance the Rapper, but his inventive take on hip-hop is still turning heads. Watch his Tonight Show appearance with Knxwledgehere.
The pair shared an intimate Valentine's Day photo in a large copper bathtub. Mimi wished her followers a happy Valentine's Day and selected some hashtags: #happy, #moments and #bubbles.
She seems to have put a public breakup and humiliating technical difficulties on New Year's Eve behind her. Cheers! Take a peek at Mariah's carefree, festive Valentine's Dayhere.
Baller detailed his history with Drake, explaining the two became fast friends in 2008 after meeting in at a Beverly Hills Apple store. Wanting to present Drake the chain in person, Baller flew to meet him backstage at his Manchester, UK show. The jeweler joked he'd suffered two canceled flights he was finally on his way to meet The Boy.
The inscription on the front of the massive pendant commemorates Drake's Boy Meets World tour and the promoter behind it, Stone Island. The polished backside reads "Bringing That Certy" with Drake's trademark 6 God praying hands insignia. Read morehere.
We were sent these details about the group: The band is set to release their new studio album "Survivor's Guilt" on March 31, 2017 and will be launching a tour in support of the album in the spring.
"The Haunting is a Brooklyn based quartet that is focused on creating a musical experience that is truly unique from their environment. Focusing on alternative and post-hardcore instrumentals, combined with current electronic elements and the vocals of Veronica Secreti, the band is pushing the envelope in the current Manhattan music scene. " Check out the cover via Spotifyhere.
Page Six published excerpts of emails between them, which paint Dr. Luke in an unflattering light — in one excerpt, Luke says that "A-list songwriters and producers are reluctant to give Kesha their songs because of her weight."
In another, he complains about the singer breaking her all-juice diet. Dr. Luke's legal team claims the excerpts are being taken out of context. Read the full statement from Dr. Luke attorney Christine Leperahere.
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