Beyonce's father Mathew Knowles celebrated the news via Twitter on Sunday. He tweeted a photo that declared "Happy Birthday to the twins! love, Granddad" and wrote "They're here! #beyonce #twins #jayz #happybirthday"
This means that the celebrity couple's 5 year old daughter Blue Ivy is now a big sister. Beyonce announced her pregnancy via social media back in February with a photo of her "baby bump".
She captioned the photo, "We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times over. We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes."
The cut is the latest from Khaled's forthcoming studio effort Grateful, which will be released on June 23. "Wild Thoughts" blends a shuffling mid-tempo beat with Latin percussion and an abundance of slinky acoustic guitar lines.
From the start, Rihanna illustrates why the song is called "Wild Thoughts. "I don't know if you can take it/I know you wanna see me naked, naked she raps, The track was co-produced by the Nasty Beatmakers and includes a writing credit for Partynextdoor.
The album a star-studded affair, the double disc set features Beyonce, Jay Z, Drake, Justin Biber, Chance the Rapper, Lil Wayne and Migos to name a few. Check out the "Wild Thoughts" videohere.
The single is the latest track that has been revealed from the DJ/Producer's forthcoming studio album "Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1", which is set to be released on June 30.
"Feels" follows the previously release "Rollin," a collaboration with Khalid and Future, "Slide" featuring Frank Ocean and Migos, and "Heatstroke," which stars Young Thug, Pharrell and Ariana Grande. Stream the new songhere.
The tour kicks off March 2018 in Milwaukee and concludes April 15 in Nashville. The singer previously announced her European, Australia and New Zealand tour dates, with support from Khalid. She has yet to release info about her supporting acts for the 2018 North American tour.
Tickets go on sale June 23 at 10:00 a.m. local time. Fans can also sign up for Lorde's email list to receive first access to pre-sale tickets and additional tour information. See the dateshere.
Daniels is joined on this track by Mark "Oz" Geist, Benghazi Warrior/Survivor and co-author of "13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi."
Charlie had this to say, "These lyrics are just as timely today as they were when Johnny originally recorded them over four decades ago," said the Grand Ole Opry star. "The song demonstrates the passion and the love that we all should have for this country - and the freedoms that we enjoy with it.
"Of course, it is always a joy to record a song written by the great Johnny Cash. He was an American original, and someone that I consider myself humbled and honored to call friend. Good songs, such as his, continue to remain in style."
"Because I'm dramatic and I always gotta do extras," he wrote. "Heres a little video I made narrated by my friends Boyz II Men. Dedicated to all the Hooligans that showed up to the 24k Magic European Tour."
Mars lifts the lid on his road life--which involves video games, clubs and greeting fans. In one post, Mars is pictured standing in front of all European dates with the caption: "We did it!" See Bruno's fond recollectionhere.
This is the artist's second original track for the soon-to-be-released animated movie. Williams dropped the song earlier this week, which followed his previously released track and music video "Yellow Light" for the film.
The video features scenes from the movie with intermittent shots of Williams' kaleidoscoped floating head sporting a yellow beanie. The movie hits theaters June 30. Watch "There's Something Special"here.
"Came from the bottom, they envy me," Future raps on his guest verse. "I'm drippin' sauce tremendously, promise, never give 'em sympathy, I told my momma the money comin' fast, fast, fast, in this industry, the ones who used to envy me, I'm turnin' up on 'em instantly."
The original version of the song was the rapper's latest hit from his 2016 platinum-certified debut album Stoney. Stream the new remixed edition of the trackhere.
The new tattoo that reads "BETTER AT 70" and can be found on the singers left thigh. While the singer first posted a humorous video of himself singing the line "better at 70," it was his second post that will make his fans see just how much the superstar is growing up.
Bieber posted a photo of the tattoo and captioned the image, writing, "I look back at a lot of things in my life, mistakes, insecurities, and although I have felt I've wasted a lot of time it also makes me want to be better faster and longer! For me personally I want to work everyday to be BETTER AT 70" Check out Bieber's new tattoo and tunehere.
"I just want to be a part of Sloane's life and I don't want to be FaceTiming from L.A. or New York working," he told Carson Daly on 97.1 AMP Radio. "I want to be with her as much as I possibly can be, so it was a super important part of the process and to really just be a human, not just a rapper."
The 33-year-old rapper has been hard at work on his new album for several months now. On Thursday (June 15), he dropped his first single, "Glorious," featuring Skylar Grey.
The good news? It turns out fans won't have to wait much longer to hear the entire record. "It's not going to be fourth quarter. It won't be that long, but it has been a process to kind of figure out, you know, 'Okay, what do we want to fine tune? What do we want to pass on?'" Listen to Carson's full interview with Macklemorehere.
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