News of the track broke when Spotify prematurely posted a banner ad at the top of the site's home page featuring the graphic below with a Listen Now button--only--the button didn't actually direct to the new song.
Chainsmokers eluded to working with the British band back in September 2016 when the dance duo posted two Snapchat videos of Chris Martin singing in the studio with Drew Taggart and Alex Pall sitting at the controls. Whether that particular session made the cut is unclear, but now we finally get to hear the finished product.
"Something Just Like This" was premiered with a live performance by both groups during the Brit Awards telecast. Check out the new collaborative track and artworkhere.
Now, a judge has ruled that Brown must remain 100 yards from Karreuche and not attempt to contact her, reports the Associated Press. According to the judge's order, the R&B singer must surrender his firearms until a March 9 hearing on the restraining order case.
In the past, Tran has accused Brown of punching her in the stomach and pushing her down a flight of stairs. Details of her latest allegations were not available. Read morehere.
Here's the logic behind the NFL's assertion. If you pool together how many people watched the halftime show on all the platforms, that makes for a lot of people. Around 118 million viewers watched Gaga on TV.
But there were also plenty of people watching on the NFL's digital platforms, such as YouTube, Twitter, NFL.com and NFL Mobile. More than 150 million unique people watched the Gaga performance, according to the NFL. Read morehere.
The all-star tribute will benefit the War Child UK charity, which aims to help children affected in war-torn regions. Titled Cover Stories: Brandi Carlile Celebrates 10 Years of The Story - An Album to Benefit War Child, the singer says the cause hits close to home.
"Since becoming a mother, the reality of a child's beautiful life being torn apart by war felt like too big of a problem for me," Carlile said in a press release. "So I asked my heroes and friends to help me launch a rock at the giant that is our refugee crisis and help in the only way we know how: through the power of music." Read more and see the full artist listhere.
Radio.com spoke to FGL's Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley about the upcoming tour, and their longstanding friendship with Nelly, who appeared on a remix of the group's first single, "Cruise."
"Yeah, we're excited," Hubbard enthuses. "Nelly's an awesome friend and a great entertainer and a great guy to be on the road with and learn from, so we're really excited to be back out with him and Chris Lane, one of our best friends, one of our favorite tour mates as well. Put those two guys together in the baseball stadium in the summer, it's gonna be awesome. It's gonna be a huge party, and we're gonna give our fans something to remember, for sure."
While hooking up a country act and a hip-hop artist can come off as a bit stunt-y, FGL say that their friendship with Nelly is genuine, and they've toured together in the past as well. "I think from day one Nelly came in kind of like a mentor, like an uncle kind of figure and a really good friend," Kelley says. "From day one it felt like somebody we'd grown up with and kinda already knew. It's a relationship and a friendship where you don't really have to try, you're just kinda always talking and chatting. And he always takes the time to lift us up and encourage us and share stories with us, and he's nothing but smiles. And he can get all 'business' on you and tell you the deal and give you some really good advice."
"So at the heart of that, there's a really good friendship. And we've done a lot of soundchecks together, we've done a lot of behind-the-scenes stuff that nobody really knows about. We've spent late hours, spent time traveling together, just waiting around together. And that's where the true test of friendship is, man, in those moments where you're not working." Read more and see the dateshere.
"Look like I got jumped? S—. I look smooth as motherf----ing ice," Kingston tells the camera in the social media video, showing off his face and arms which have nary a scratch.
The assertion comes after TMZ circulated video showing Kingston being put in handcuffs after allegedly tussling with Migos. But Kingston wants to make sure the world knows that he's just fine. He and his buddies are having a good laugh over the whole claim. Read morehere.
"Draco" opens at an arcade where a young Future plays a video game and does so well he enables "Gangsta Mode." That attracts the attention of a young girl eating an ice cream cone, but she happens to be on a "date" with another boy. "You ain't never ever get yo b—- back," Future sings on the chorus. And the boy doesn't. His former gal is smitten with young Future.
The same thing happens when Future's fully grown. Walking past a couple arguing on the street, his mere presence draws that girlfriend away from her nerdy boyfriend. With Future, she gets to live out her wild side and take part in a series of revenge heists for him. She and other women he's wooed knock off their ex-boyfriends and grab stacks of cash in the process.
Besides dropping what appears to be a new music video every day, Future is also preparing to release his second album in as many weeks.
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There's still not a note of music to be heard, but Traynor has posted an insider's view of the music video production. From what she's previewed, it resembles an office-based take on the Catholic school-girl look Britney Spears showcased in '…Baby One More Time."
In December, Trainor described the song as "a Meghan Trainor, upbeat, love-yourself woman anthem, like I do!" reports Billboard. The track was written for the upcoming Smurfs film Smurfs: The Lost Village, which is due out in April. See her postshere.
The latest news from Kentwood, Louisiana, gives followers more good news about the 8-year-old's condition: Jamie Lynn says Maddie has returned to basketball practice.
"1st Basketball practice today #Godisgood," Spears captioned an Instagram post. In the video, Maddie is seen racing across the court and passing the ball with a friend while a coach cheers from the sidelines. Read morehere.
Check out his sweet sentiments and the crowd participation. 'I wanna pay tribute tonight because it's somebody's birthday today -- somebody that I've got a lot of love for and a lot of respect for," Drake started.
'We just gonna do this in Dublin tonight: Instead of singing happy birthday we're going to set it off just like this," then he dipped right into 'Work." He also played 'Take Care" and 'Too Good." Check out fan footagehere.
Speaking with BBC Radio 1 The 1975's frontman Matt Healy talked about the track's influence on current music. "'If you listen to Kanye, if you listen to Bon Iver, if you listen to Francis and the Lights, moments on that Chance [The Rapper] record--that song, "By Your Side," has so much of that kind of identity.
"When I was listening to it, I was listening to it with this real kind of sense of modernity and thinking, 'Wow, this is still really, really forward-thinking.'" Check out the cover of "By Your Side" and Sade's originalhere.
The street trail, which will be created in collaboration with Global Street Art, will feature the work of graffiti artists Captain Kris and Mr. Cenz, Philth and Amara Por Dios inspired by the singer. The project was financed through crowdfunding via Art Happens.
Winehouse family friend, Pegasus, will provide an art installation called 'Love Is A Losing Game" for the project. The trail will end at London's Jewish Museum where there will be a new exhibit about the singer's Jewish heritage. Read morehere.
During the episode's first round, contestants selected the category "Let's Rap, Kids!" and Trebek recited lyrics from hip-hop songs prompting the players to guess who the rapper on the song was.
Trebek gave clues to the contestants by reciting lyrics from Drake's 'Started From the Bottom," Kendrick Lamar's 'm.A.A.d. city," Lil Wayne's '6 Foot 7 Foot," Desiigner's 'Panda" and Kanye West's 'Famous."
"I was just getting into this rap thing, I'm not too good at it, but I was getting in to it," Trebek said after giving the last clue in the category. Watch a cliphere.
The Roots themselves will appear with top-billed headliner Pharrell while acts like Kimbra and 21 Savage round out the lineup. The day-long festival is scheduled for Saturday, June 3rd
Also, the Roots' Black Thought will perform a live mixtape with Fat Joe, Mobb Deep, J. Period and Scott Storch. 'Ten years ago this started as a concept, an idea, a conversation between me, Tarik (Black Thought), Ahmir (Questlove) and Rich (Nichols)," said the Roots' manager and co-creator of Roots Picnic, Shawn Gee. "It's amazing that it has grown into such a valued piece of the cultural landscape of our hometown of Philadelphia." See a full lineuphere.
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