Speaking with Extra, Lopez addressed the rumors that they are making music together. 'We are--well, we did! We did one song together!" she said, 'I don't know if we will do more, we will see!"
J. Lo did not confirm that the two are dating, though the photographic evidence on Instagram seems to indicate that theirs is a relationship beyond mere collaborators. Read morehere.
The country music stars will be releasing their new studio effort, entitled "Heart Break," on June 9th and will be launching a world tour in support of it that will visit six countries.
Hillary Scott had this to say about the new album, "We knew right away that we had to name this album after a track that is a play on the word 'heartbreak.' It's all about those personal growths everyone goes through and it was liberating to get back in the studio with Charles and Dave to intertwine those feelings into the recording process," said Hillary Scott. "I feel like we've reemerged stronger than ever and I can't wait to share more music!"here.
But even if you're a student at the school, you'll probably still have trouble getting in; The course, which will be taught to 75 students, already has a wait list.
"Politics of Kanye West" will be taught by Dr. Jeffrey McCune, an associate professor in the African and African-American Studies and the Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies departments. Read morehere.
Jonathan Todd Schwartz, of Los Angeles, was charged with wire fraud and filing a false tax return and for failing to report the embezzled funds, reports Pollstar.
Schwartz admitted to stealing nearly $5 million from Morissette between May 2010 and January 2014. The stolen money was listed as 'sundry/personal expenses."
Originally, Schwartz lied and claimed that he invested the money in an illegal marijuana business. With his admission of guilt, he also revealed that he stole $2.3 million from five other clients who were not named in the court documents. Read morehere.
A judge in the case denied a summary judgment, so the lawsuit will go to trial beginning February 21. The allegations were first made in 2013 when Jones sued Sony Entertainment and MJJ Productions (controlled by the Jackson estate) and claimed that the legendary producer's contributions were remixed to cut him out of the profits.
The music from the film This is It and a reissue of Bad are the subjects of the suit. MJJ lawyer Zia Modabber said this is a breach of contract claim falsely entered as a royalty dispute, but the judge dismissed that opinion. Read morehere.
The song features English artist Benjamin Clementine, who is known for his operatic and jazz-influenced vocal stylings. In the video, Clementine stands in an elevator at Trump Tower.
As he rises to the top, increasingly disturbing images, like hooded KKK members and frightening clowns, flash behind him. Along with a link to the video, Gorillaz tweeted, "u need someone to look up to. Me. Here's a lightning bolt of truth in a black night. Now p— on! New stuff won't write itself." Watch the videohere.
David and Howard Bellamy leave this week to criss-cross the globe and celebrate their 25th Anniversary of their own record label, Bellamy Brothers Records, which licenses products in more than 30 countries.
The duo's upcoming performance in Singapore also resulted in another licensing deal with EQ Music and Media for their 40 Years: The Album, a compilation of past hits and new songs that encompasses "Let Your Love Flow," "Redneck Girl" and "If I Said You Have a Beautiful Body (Would You Hold It Against Me)" and 20 new songs.here.
The new clip was directed by Shane Drake and was filmed at The Sutler in Nashville. "Shane and I have worked together a lot throughout my career," said Moore. "He always does a great job of getting shots of me that portray the music and that's a talent."
Drake adds, "This song is super freaking cool and for this shoot day I really wanted to match that with the visuals. We are in a VIP underground club that has a futuristic/neon/Bladerunner vibe which you don't typical associate with Country." Watch the videohere.
After releasing "Way Down We Go" in 2016, the Kaleo have watched their single make its way up the Billboard Alternative Songs Chart, currently ranking No. 11.
Meanwhile, the newest film in the X-Men series earning new buzz every day. The film finds a weary Logan caring for an ailing Professor X in a hide out on the Mexican border. But Logan's attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are up-ended when a young mutant arrives, being pursued by dark forces. Logan is due in theaters March 3, 2017. Watch the new Logan trailer followed by Kaleo's official video for "Way Down We Go"here.
"I'm hanging halfway off the balcony," the track beings "over thinking cause my job is way more than a salary, everything around me go like I just practice alchemy, I realize when it comes to girls that chemistry means way more than anatomy."
"Halfway Off The Balcony" follows the release of the album's lead single "Bounce Back," which was released on Halloween of last year, and the song "Moves". Listen to the new trackhere.
Adams has previously given fans a preview of what is to come with the new studio album with the release of the tracks 'Do you Still Love Me? and 'To Be Without You"
Adams is also currently working on a double-album comeback project for Liz Phair. He gave followers a sneak peek on Instagram. Check out the latest songhere.
In a new interview on the Today Underwood discussed her obsession with The Walking Dead and the hosts asked if she would ever consider a cameo, as a hero or zombie.
"Probably zombie," said Underwood of a role she would like to play "because then it would just be a little thing and I could be like, 'I was there and a part of it!'" Read morehere.
'We went to go watch a Calvin Harris show. Calvin pulled out and then Steve did the set and, yeah, we were absolutely blown away. We had an amazing night," Tomlinson told Carson Daly on 97.1 AMP Radio. "And then after that night, I messaged Steve on Twitter and said, 'Great show. Do you want to work together?' And here we are'It's quite romantic!"
It didn't take long for the unlikely duo to produce 'Just Hold On." 'It kind of happened by accident, if I'm being honest," Tomlinson revealed. 'I didn't really know that I wanted to do anything on my own. We just started trying things, and actually, this is one of the first songs that we wrote and recorded, so we got lucky, really." Read morehere.
Cabello left the superstar girl group on December 19 amidst a storm of confusion, reportedly to concentrate on other musical endeavors. The four remaining Fifth Harmony ladies--Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Dinah Jane and Lauren Jauregui--re-signed with Epic Records and Syco for a third album.
Following their performance, DJ Khaled presented Fifth Harmony with the favorite group award. It was the second year in a row the group has won the award.
Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears are back again, with matching wins for favorite male music artist and favorite female music artist. Both picked up other awards as well.
Country singer Blake Shelton took home a pair of awards, while Carrie Underwood and Little Big Town won trophies of their own. See the list of winnershere.
BJ was nominated for his first GRAMMY in 2015 for his hit song with Schoolboy Q, 'Studio." Humbled and appreciative, he spoke about his three GRAMMY nominations. He referred to himself as a "unicorn" in the past because he isn't quite R&B but he isn't quite hip-hop either. He has worked with artists ranging from rap's heavy hitters like Schoolboy Q, Kendrick Lamar and Kanye West, sang with soul singers like Jill Scott and Stevie Wonder and worked on hits with Chance The Rapper and Kehlani.
'I've seen so much, maybe a little too much," he started. 'Being a fan of people like OutKast knowing anything they dropped has always been different from radio spin play, I will always be thinking in that mind frame understanding I'm a different artist' I've been a part of a lot of beautiful moments and I just think it's God's blessing. Him giving me the knowledge with the understanding that it's not just about the money. Nobody will ever pay you worth your talent." Read morehere.
The pop star sat down with Viceland to discuss how these years of litigation have taken their toll on her career. "When you work really hard at something, then to have it taken away from you is pretty devastating," she said. "I worked my ass off for a lot of years to be able to do it: I sang backup vocals and the first couple songs I was on, I didn't give a f— because I just had this one vision. Once you earn that and make that happen, it is definitely a mind f—."
Most recently, Kesha has been experimenting with country influences. She discussed prepping for a Bob Dylan tribute concert and why the genre suits her. Read more and check out the full interviewhere.
Which is why amidst the bombastic dance tracks and party anthems, Daft Punk chose to include the above Brian Wilson quote among the album's liner notes. It's just one of many nods the group scattered all over Homework, including shout-outs to a disparate collection of artists including Roxy Music, the Black Crowes and 13th Floor Elevators and future collaborators like Nile Rodgers and Paul Williams.
The album even includes a track titled 'Teachers," little more than a heavily compressed beat featuring a robotic voice calling out a cavalcade of Daft Punk's biggest influences.
Homework emerged at a time when America's underground dance music scene was thriving. By 1996, a new generation of DJs, promoters and fans had taken a DIY approach to producing large-scale raves that could draw thousands of people to experience the then-exploding phenomenon. The scene had grown from big cities like Chicago and San Francisco to far more random locales throughout the Midwest and even across the border in Windsor, Canada.
It was the year that Daft Punk made their U.S. debut deep in the woods of Wisconsin at an event called Even Furthur over a rain (and drug) soaked Memorial Day weekend. Read morehere.
According to Page Six, 'Lady Gaga wants to sing on the roof of the Super Bowl--and lawyers and technicians alike are trying to figure out how to make her ambitious plan work."
She wants to sing on top of the NRG Stadium dome, which can open in just 7 minutes. A source close to the project says Gaga is hoping to do the stunt live. Read morehere.
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