"Taylor is a dear friend. I love her very much," she continued. "In the interview in question I had just been talking about Bowie and Patti Smith--those were the 'idols' I was referring to that I was saying I'm not friends with, not Taylor."
"I've always found people's perception of this 'squad' idea frustrating in the past; it was never some exclusive club or secret society, but a wide circle of people, some of whom I know and some who I've never met, like most wide groups of friends. Forgive me for the mild eyeroll I popped when it was brought up as if we're all blood members of a secret cult."
"Really s—— to wake up to headlines about whether or not you've jumped ship on someone you deeply respect and ride for. I want to say one more time that Taylor has been there for me in all my dark and light moments these past 5 years. All of them. I feel truly terrible that I would ever seem like I wasn't faithfully her person. I f—–up an interview question. Now go sip a beverage and head out on a walk." Check out Lorde's full posthere.
In the photos, the entire front end of the car was destroyed, in what looks like a head-on impact. Despite the severity of the crash, Krystal assured her fans that everyone was alright, but emphatically urged people to never drink and drive.
"Our 4th turned pretty horrific," she wrote in her post's caption. "Hensley, Drew and I were on the way to watch fireworks on the 4th. A drunk driver almost took the lives of my entire family. We all survived the wreck but it's gonna take some time to heal. Keep us in your prayers. Hug your babies and spouses tight. DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE." Check out the posthere.
In an interview with Amazon, Lovato talked about the meaning behind her upcoming track. The singer has been teasing the new song with the hashtag #SNS for the past few days.
"'Sorry Not Sorry' is a song to the haters that is basically saying, 'No, I'm good now,'" Lovato revealed. "They think it's about an ex-boyfriend or something like that. It's actually just a song about the haters." Check out the postshere.
No official reason has been given for the delayed dates, and there is no word yet on if and when they will be rescheduled. Neither Meek nor Gotti have commented publicly.
Several venues posted the following tweets: "The @MeekMill & @yogottikom: Against All Odds Tour has been postponed. New information will be shared as soon as its available— HOB Boston (@HOBBoston) July 05, 2017" Read morehere.
The two videos feature dramatic moments with the "Sign of the Times" singer. In one clip, he is sitting sadly on a cold, deserted beach, while he is fighting to stay above water in another.
One video features Styles casually chatting with a fellow soldier, while in the other, he desperately says, "Somebody's got to get off so the rest of us can live."
The Nolan-directed film features an all-star cast, including Sir Mark Rylance, Tom Hardy, Sir Kenneth Branagh and Cillian Murphy, according to NME. Watch the trailershere.
"Yo fif, first off I want to say happy birthday," says Eminem in a new video posted to 50's Instagram. "Secondly, I want to remind you of the verse you did that made me want to quit rapping."
He then proceeds to recite bars from 50's "Places to Go," from the 8 Mile soundtrack. "Picture a perfect picture, picture me in a pimp hat, picture me starting s—, picture me busting my gat, picture police mad they ain't got a picture of that."
"Yeah, so that made me want to stop rapping, for like a long time," he concludes. "Thank you @eminem you know your still the best in the world to me man," 50 captioned the post. "I love you bro." Check out the NSFW posthere.
"This song is about coming to feel empathy for someone else even if they hurt you or scare you," Kesha wrote. "It's a song about learning to be proud of the person you are even during low moments when you feel alone. It's also about hoping everyone, even someone who hurt you, can heal."
For Kesha, the key to healing was learning to let go of the things she can't change. "This song is about me finding peace in the fact that I can't control everything -- because trying to control everyone was killing me," she wrote. "It's about learning to let go and realize that the universe is in control of my fate, not me." Read morehere.
JAY-Z's album producer No I.D. already told Rolling Stone more music would arrive after the record was released on Tidal last week. Young Guru already revealed the track "Adnis" would appear on the extended album cut.
In addition to the bonus tracks, JAY-Z made his "The Story of O.J." animated music video available to everyone, not just Tidal subscribers today (July 6). Watch "The Story of O.J." videohere.
The country music trio was delighted when Shania Twain herself came to see their show in Toronto, Ontario, last week and was able to witness them perform her hit track.
Described by the band as "one of the coolest" memories from the tour so far, the group performed the track while Twain sang along from the audience with her husband Fred and Kelsea Ballerini (one of the tour's opening acts). Check out video of the special momenthere.
While she thought it was weird, her manager then let her know that it was actually John trying to get a hold of her, which brought the unusual experience to a whole new level.
"I was like, 'What do I do? Do I call him?'" Morris explained. "And he called me a third time, and, thank God, I answered." During the phone call, John told her own impressed he was with her music. Read morehere.
Headline shows include Rough Trade in Brooklyn, the newly opened Cornerstone in Berkeley, CA and The Turf Club in Minneapolis, MN as well as a few others.
Additionally, Best Coast will be performing at the inaugural High and Low Fest in Riverside, CA on September 9. All dates can be found below. Ticket links for their headlining shows can be found on the band's website. See all of the dateshere.
"He shares every good thing he experiences with his brother and me," Breaux explained. "That makes being his mom even more amazing than the simple fact that he's an amazing person.
"I like to think that by my treating him the way he wanted to be treated helped him become a polite, kind, honest person. I like to think I had something to do with that." Read morehere.
This isn't your average pair of boots, as the helpful staff at Prestons Western Wear managed to find a special pair that was able to fit over the 3-year-old's leg braces (she suffers from Down syndrome).
In the video, Indiana happily prances around in her purple dress, cowboy hat and new brown boots. Captioning the sweet post, Feek wrote, "…the nice folks at Prestons Western Wear found some cowboy boots that can fit over Indy's little braces. Somebody is smiling up in heaven."
Feek was part of the husband-wife country duo, Joey + Rory. He lost his wife Joey to cancer last year. Watch the adorable videohere.
The track comes paired with a stripped down version of Aldean's single "Any Ol' Barstool." The original version of the track comes from Jason's 2016 studio album "They Don't Know."
Aldean has announced he is working on his eighth studio album, back in April he updated fans letting them know he's already four songs into the new record. Check out both trackshere.
The video begins with Eldredge floating in clear-blue ocean waters on the small sea craft, while he tells an imaginary girl that he will pick her up that evening on his SEABOB.
He then speeds off on the machine, but comes back to remind her to wear "that red dress" he loves. He posted the video with the caption, "This is how I am picking up every date from now on…" Check out the hilarious videohere.
During the 4th of July holiday earlier this week, the rapper converted the eye-catching property into an HIV testing site, where visitors could get rapid results and learn more about prevention.
The house (and its programs, which also included a pop-up trap 'church') aim to reclaim seedy neighborhood drug deal sites as a bastion of education and wellbeing. Read morehere.
'Happy Fourth of July! We are thrilled to announce our family is growing. Baby Atkins will arrive in December and we know Elijah is going to be the best big brother," the singer wrote on Instagram.
Atkins has a son, Elijah, from a previous relationship. The Atkins have been married since November 2013; Elijah served as best man at their wedding. See the social media posthere.
As the internet exploded with Kardashian's crazy rant, the veteran rapper tried to give his own advice on the matter, suggesting that he shouldn't put his private life on social media.
"Why bring ya business to IG tho? Look, you got worked bro'.but at least keep it to yourself, you letting the world know you a duck," T.I. commented. "I mean a BIG DUCK, a mighty duck, Ronald McDonald the Duck, Scrooge McDuck, Howard the Duck, Huey Dewy & Lewie'.save the #DuckTales just hold this L, kiss ya kid & cut ya losses & move on'u got no moves bro." Read morehere.
The new lyric video has been posted online and features the Brazilian pop star Gretchen and was shot in Salvador, Brazil in collaboration with the dance group, Fit Dance.
Gretchen is known for a string of hits in the early 1980s including "Freak Le Boom Boom," and "Conga Conga Conga," but is more recently famous as the "queen of internet memes," for her wonderful reaction gifs. Watch the videohere.
In the interview, the 33-year-old country music star revealed her favorite way to celebrate is with Titos (Vodka we assume) and Cheetos and that love is "big" and "worth it."
The full article will appear in the publication July 11 "country" issue, but in a video promoting the interview, Lambert talked about everything from how she would describe her closet to what Beyonce song best fits her life (they're a quite a few it turns out). She also reveals the last thing she Googled, and what Disney princess she wants to be. Check out the full cliphere.
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