During the game, Corden asked her to rank three of her exes (John Mayer, Diplo and Orlando Bloom) from best to worst in the bedroom. At first, Perry refused to answer, but eventually ranked Mayer in first, followed Bloom and then Diplo in last place.
Wanting to have the last word on the matter, Diplo took to social media to joke about the ranking, posting an intense image of himself over a crowd with the caption, "I won the bronze metal in sex Olympics." See the humorous posthere.
Sheeran did the acoustic jam of the 1999 Spears hit during his recent appearance as part of streaming service Spotify's Singles series featuring live recordings from music stars captured at their New York City studio.
In addition to playing the Britney cover, Sheeran also performed his hit single "Castle On The Hill", which was released as one of the lead singles for his latest album in addition to "Shape Of You". Check out the cover performancehere.
"I can't do 'Despacito,'" Bieber told the crowd. "I don't even know it." The pop star is just a featured vocalist on a remix (albeit an extremely popular one) of the Luis Fonsi track, which also features Daddy Yankee.
But apparently, one fan was not pleased with that answer and threw a water bottle at the singer. Bieber dodged the projectile and simply said: "Don't throw things at me, please." Watch videohere.
The show is narrated by Robert Redford and co-produced by White. The Nas and White collaboration was shot for the part of the program called American Epic Sessions, in which artists join forces in the studio.
White plays piano on the track while Nas raps. The rest of the episode addresses 1920s America, and how the growth of radio shaped the music of the times. While Nas' music is showcased, White and Nas also cover the 1920s blues standard 'On the Road Again." Read morehere.
The new music video followed the theme of the infamous diss track that is aimed at the Cash Money CEO but kicks off by initially focusing on Ross's riches.
The clip eventually features a Cash Money recording contact being burned in a fire, platinum plaques from Lil Wayne and DJ Khaled and a cameo by producer Bangladesh, who worked on Wayne's hit "A Milli," but was allegedly not paid. Watch ithere.
He revealed the new list of fall dates, beginning September 6 in University Park, Pennsylvania. Gucci Mane and Canadian artist (and XO labelmate) NAV will join the Legend of the Fall Arena Tour.
The new dates are an extension of the Weeknd's Starboy tour, which began this spring. For shows in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, French Montana will step in for Gucci. See the dateshere.
The Warriors won the game 129-120, clinching their second title in three years. Last year they lost the series to Cleveland. Rihanna, Snoop Dogg, John Mayer and LL Cool J were just some of the artists who shared their reaction to the 2017 NBA Finals verdict.
A longtime Cavaliers fan, Rihanna shared a video of The Lion King where she reinterprets the cast by depicting LeBron James as Mufasa, herself as Simba, and Kevin Durant as evil Scar. RiRi's video was created by Cycle, a company that creates social media content for a myriad of celebrities and athletes. See the posthere.
On Tuesday (June 13), the rapper's lawyer filed documents with a judge to clarify the parameters of his house arrest, TMZ reports. According to the documents, the rapper wants to know if he will be allowed to collaborate with other rappers who have a criminal history.
This is because the current conditions of Black's release state that he can't associate with known felons. Black has worked with Gucci Mane and Young Thug in the past. Both rappers have criminal backgrounds. Read morehere.
The newly announced dates will be taking place in November of this year followed by a run of dates in January and February of next year. They are added to the group's current dates that run until July 1st.
"There are so many great things happening right now. We have a sold out Las Vegas residency, a new record coming and our single with Florida Georgia Line is a Top 5 single at Country radio," says AJ McLean. "Vegas is going to see a lot more of us!" See the dateshere.
"I've said before that 'Five More Minutes' is my favorite song I've ever written, and I think this music video may be my favorite video yet," said McCreery.
"This was the first time I had seen a lot of this home video footage. Having the chance to see both of my grandfathers again and to relive some of the experiences from my younger days brought both tears and smiles to my face. Just like the song, it brings back so many great memories. Jeff Ray did an incredible job of honing in on so many special moments from nearly 50 hours of home video footage. I'm very proud to share this with everyone."
The country singer first debuted the song at the Grand Ole Opry earlier this month, where it earned a standing ovation and plenty of tears from the audience. Watch the new videohere.
The first track, produced by HighDefRazjah, deals with the rapper proclaiming he is the "realest" rapper since 2Pac and Biggie, while comparing a woman to actress Nia Long from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and Boyz n the Hood.
The latter track features a collaboration with Lil Yachty and was produced by Maaly Raw. Ferg's upcoming record Still Striving still has no set release date. Listen to the two new trackhere.
The track is based on Troze's track "Chocolate (Milk Version)," which he released last year with Jessie Rose. If it sounds familiar, the song was featured in an iPhone 6 commercial in June of 2016.
The rapper already released the hard-hitting single "Kill Jill," featuring Killer Mike and Jeezy, the catchy track "Mic Jack," with Adam Levine and "In the South" featuring Gucci Mane. Strream the new songhere.
My song 'Plastic Gangsta' basically comes from me growing up in town where there's loads of idiots that think they're a gangsta.... Just because they've sold a few bags of weed.. had a fight once at school, and own a baseball bat. They're not gangsta. They're not even close to it. Deep down they know it too. But need to but on this disguise. To give them some sort of identity. Its actually pretty sad ha
Musically the song came from a hip-hop kinda bass line i wrote down the local jam night. Took that to my guitarist.... we added a ska/punk chorus and blam. jobs a gooden.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen and watch for yourselfright here!
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