Costa Rican prosecutors said in a statement that the man, Caicedo Lopez, made credible threats online in Arabic and police reacted, reports La Nacion. The concert was staged without incident.
Speaking with the Costa Rican newspaper, the young man's grandmother painted a different picture. "If you see him, he is a very shy person, he does not smoke or smoke, he does not go to parties, he does not go to concerts, he is very homely, he is a good boy, very calm. Which happened to me, but it was a joke, even innocent, of a person who is very calm. But he will be responsible for his actions and his mistake." Read morehere.
"Thank you for allowing me to take the time I needed at the end of last year to step away from all the craziness," Lovato wrote in a heartfelt message. "I'll admit, I was worried that people would get upset with me. But what I saw was that instead of getting upset, literally every single one of you wrapped your arms around me and showed me how unwavering your love and support is. I'm so happy that I was able to come back to writing music more energized and inspired than ever and to be able to give my all and more to this new chapter.
"'Sorry Not Sorry' is the first of many songs that I've been working on, and I can't wait for you guys to hear all of them," she continued. "I hope this song makes you get off your seat and dance like you never have before. This an anthem for anyone who's ever been hated on and has risen above it and come out the other like a... savage!!" Listen to the songhere.
The short film was directed by Mills' longtime collaborator Spike Jordan and will act as a visual accompaniment to the verses from the tracks on the new studio album, which is the follow-up to his late 2016 release "DC4".
Meek had this to say, "Wins & Losses is my new album and I'm just breaking down the wins & losses of my life. It's all about what molded me into being Meek Mill today and the trials and tribulations of my life that made me bigger and better". Watch the trailer
Despite its viral traction and million-plus album equivalent certification, 4:44 is missing from this week's list. But why? According to Pitchfork, Tidal (Jay's streaming service where 4:44 was billed as an exclusive release) didn't report streaming information to the Nielsen Music powers-that-be.
A large number of units were underwritten by Sprint. Those sales factor into Jay's platinum certification but would be tossed out from chart consideration. Read morehere.
"This new record is gonna rock America's boots off," said John Rich. "Can't wait for y'all to hear it!" Big Kenny adds, "It's been a blast working on this album and we can't wait for everyone to hear our new songs!"
Fans can also catch the duo on the road this summer and fall including appearances at Country Thunder, Firefest 2017, Big Valley Jamboree, Route 66 Music Festival and the Route 91 Harvest Festival. See the dates and the new album tracklistinghere.
The song is title track from the group's recently surprised released new EP. The video's director Philip Andelman shared his thoughts about the new visual: "For me, Major Lazer is the ne plus ultra of dance music videos.
"It's always been a dream of mine to work with them and be included in their insane canon. Which is where the idea for the video started, with a daydream. I used to space out all through high school about being the sickest guitarist in the world to impress girls but all I could play in real life was a quarter-speed version of Slash's solo from 'Sweet Child O'Mine.'
"I thought it could be fun to do a video that married a kid's daydream of being a Major Lazer backup dancer (i.e. the ultimate goal for any dancer out there) with the reality of quotidian ass-kickings and unbearable siblings." Watch the videohere.
"Celebrating 7 years with this amazing man. How am I so blessed to share this life with you, @mfisher1212 ? Here's to so many more years and memories together," she wrote.
Meanwhile, Fisher shared a photo of his beautiful wife at dinner. "Glad I took a chance on this babe 7 years ago. Turns out she's the best wife, and mom to Izzy, I could ever dream of!!" he captions a photo of Underwood looking at him with a smile from across the table. Read more and see the postshere.
The trek will be dubbed the FMUOASL Tour and is scheduled to begin on September 14th in Columbus, OH at the Newport Music Hall and will conclude on October 18th in Vancouver, BC at the Commodore Ballroom.
Wonderland had the following to say, "As someone who is a music lover, for me shows are a way to escape the real world and I want everyone who comes to leave with the same experience." See the dateshere.
Fresh off a spring acoustic run with supporting guitarist and longtime collaborator Tim Reynolds, Matthews made a surprise appearance at a Long Island wedding this past weekend.
On Sunday, July 9th, Matthews performed an intimate three-song set at the wedding of Brian Brauntuch and Rebecca Simon. Rebecca is the daughter of David Simon, the CEO of the country's largest mall operator.
The setlist featured early DMB hits "What Would You Say" and "Ants Marching," along with a questionable wedding song choice, "Crash Into Me." Read morehere.
The Atlanta rapper said getting a call from the Detroit legend confirmed that he was doing something right. He said, "That's how I know I can rap. He didn't want to talk about nothing but rapping. That was a great phone call to get."
At first, he said he didn't believe Eminem wanted to work with him, but said things began real when he got word the rapper was at Rick Rubin's house and wanted Chainz to stop by.
Eminem offered Chainz the hook and a chance to do a remix, but the "Good Drank" rapper disagreed, saying, "I tell him straight up' Eminem, what would you need a remix for? Remixes are used to carry records to No. 1 spots. When have you ever did a remix for someone or for yourself? That's cap at it's finest." Read morehere.
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