A legal document obtained by Pitchfork reads in part: "During the course of and in the midst of Stefani's musical performance, Stefani unilaterally announced via her microphone and the loud speakers throughout PNC Pavilion that all patrons in the lawn seating area should come to the reserved seating area and the front of the performance stage, including announcing 'Just fill in anywhere you like! Who cares about your lawn chairs? You can get new ones!"
"This announcement created a stampede rush of patrons from the lawn seating area through the reserved seating area and toward the front of the performance stage, with people knocking over and breaching the security barricades and other security matter, jumping over seats in the reserved seating area, and pouring in through the aisles separating the various sections of the reserved seating area". Read morehere.
Back in February, in an interview with GQ magazine, Ed was explaining how he wakes up to check sales figures and wonders what he needs to do to bring them up to the level he aspires them to be.
When asked whether or not he felt any sort of competition with another artist, only one came to mind. "Adele is the one person who's sold more records than me in the past ten years. She's the only person I need to sell more records than. That's a big f---- feat because her last album sold 20 million. But if I don't set her as the benchmark then I'm selling myself short."
In the interview with Kelly, Ed explains that he faced a little backlash over those statements. "I feel like me saying this, a lot of people were like, 'That's such an arrogant thing to say,'" Sheeran told Megyn Kelly. "I think you need to choose someone that's at the top of their game. Like, I probably won't sell 20 million records. And I probably won't ever be as big as Adele. But if you don't aim for the top of the mountain, how are you ever gonna get halfway?"
Sheeran went on to explain that the short bite was taken out of context and spread like wildfire. Read morehere.
Paparazzi captured footage of Migos' Quavo, Offset and Takeoff walking inside of the studio where West was reportedly located. In the video, fans can see looking excited, hopefully because of a hot new track.
There is no official word yet about a possible collaboration, as he could have been playing new music for the crew. Fans will just have to wait and see what the Life of Pablo rapper is up to!
Watch the footage of Migos heading to the studio and Kanye turning up inside in the videohere.
Horan has dubbed the trek "Flicker Sessions 2017" and the tour will feature dates at intimate venues in Ireland, UK, Sweden, Australia, Japan, Mexico, Canada and the United States.
He will be kicking things off in Dublin at the Olympia Theatre on August 29th and will be wrapping up the tour on November 22nd in San Francisco, CA at The Masonic. Read morehere.
This single marks Dre's first new music since his 2015 Compton album. Dre is usually behind the scenes these days, which makes this new track something special.
"Who got a hit just like this? And got heart and rich like this?/Never failed, 20 years and he still got grip like this/And got kids with a super hot b—- like this/You spending time tryna get like this," Dre raps. Listen to a slightly sped up preview of "Gunfiyah"here.
In the video, Ell shows off her guitar skills in a Nashville warehouse, while a male love interest plays records in a wood-paneled bedroom. Ell spoke with Rolling Stone Country about the song's meaning:
"It's the progression of a relationship, of wanting love, of finding love, of deciding when love is not right, of letting go of love when it's ok to give yourself permission to be like, 'I need to move on from this, and having hope that you're gonna find love again". Watch the videohere.
He decided to mix things up with this new Dijon "DJ Mustard" McFarlane and Twice as Nice produced track, which offers a smooth mix of R&B, hip-hop and EDM sounds.
Ty and The-Dream trade back and forth on the chorus, while Wayne's slick collab adds an extra layer to the strong new single. Listen to a stream of "Love U Better"here.
The video showcases his summer tour's party fun on and off stage and captures Bentley and his fans having a blast drinking beer and enjoying his shows."As a country fan, I love different country music for different reasons," Bentley told Rolling Stone Country.
"Our live show is very loud and fun and we're shotgunning beers with fans, and stage diving, but on the bus, I like listening to sad, more lonesome, dirtier stuff. Whether lyrically or musically, it reaches in there and grabs your soul. That's the stuff I gravitate toward. I ended up making a record that I think goes down that road of intrigue and mystery." Watch the videohere.
In the social media post, she shared a photo of her legs intertwined with Hurd and a visible engagement ring. She used a diamond ring emoji and a simple "Yes" for the caption.
Morris and Hurd met on the Nashville songwriters' circuit in 2013. At the time, they were collaborating on a song assignment for Tim McGraw. Since then, Morris' career has blown up--she won her first GRAMMY for best country solo performance this year. Read more and see the full posthere.
The tour will be kicking off in Anaheim, Ca at the Honda Center on October 27th and will crisscross the U.S. and Canada before wrapping up on December 21st in Los Angeles at The Forum.
Tidal members have exclusive access to pre-sale tickets beginning at noon EST today. Tickets for the general public go on sale this Friday (July 14) at 10:00 a.m. local time. See the dateshere.
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