When asked if he'd be defending his longtime pal, Swift, Sheeran said there's no need. 'I don't think she needs that at all," he told People. "There's always been beef songs. It's mainly been like Carly Simon."
Sheeran, too, has written beef songs, but they don't always make the headlines. 'I've done feud songs before but no one cares about them!" he said. Read morehere.
West and Kardashian are already parents to their 4-year-old daughter North and 18-month-old son Saint, but they have made it clear they want another child. However, Kardashian suffers from placenta accreta, which makes it extremely dangerous for her to carry another baby.
After being warned about her health risks, they began considering a surrogate. On her family's reality show, West told her mother Kris Jenner, "I've come to the conclusion in my mind that I can't carry another one. So now I want to explore surrogacy." Read morehere.
The rapper's international tour dates will be resuming on July 8th at this year's Summerfest in Milwaukee, WI and will wrap up on October 23rd in London at The O2 Arena.
Migos are currently supporting Future on the road, and while today's tweet promises "special guests," there's no word yet on who will open the new run of dates. Check out Future's full run of dateshere.
Pop singer Hailee Steinfeld also multiple received nominations, Choice Female Artist and Choice Song for Female Artist for 'Most Girls," in addition to a movie nomination for her role in The Edge of Seventeen.
Fans are able to log 10 votes in each category per day through Thursday, June 22 at TeenChoice.com, or by tweeting with the category hashtag and the nominee's name. The awards show will air Sunday, Aug. 13, on Fox. But stand by, because more nominations will come in before the live event. Check out all the music nomineeshere.
One Direction's Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson have a sort-of reunion on the record, which includes icons like The Who's Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend, Queen's Brian May and Nile Rodgers.
From the pop world, Cowell also recruited Robbie Williams, James Blunt, Bastille, Rita Ora, Geri Halliwell, Leona Lewis and more. Proceeds from the single (released by Artists for Grenfell) aid survivors of the blaze. See the full list of artistshere.
The upcoming track, 'Meant to Be" was confirmed on twitter when Music News & Rumors tweeted about it, and Brian Kelley re-tweeted the message, saying 'Truth."
Rexha has collaborated previously with David Guetta, G-Eazy, and others, while the chart-topping country duo have worked with a whole list of people from multiple genres. Read more including the tweetshere.
Cormega shared the following tribute, "Sometimes the stars align and create something that is so captivating that you feel honored being there in that moment understanding when it leaves you will never again witness such a moment. Queensbridge has lost one of its brightest stars one that at times shined brighter than all while simultaneously being the guiding light for others (including myself) to find their way.
"One of hip-hop's greatest dreams will never be fulfilled because the moment that was, will never be and we are all looking at the void in the sky. P and I shared mutual admiration even when it was alliance versus allegiance I always tried to be the voice of reason. I didn't like how he spoke of people in his book even though he spoke highly of me in the book I just didn't understand his consequential reasoning for how he spoke of others. In hindsight I guess that's what defined P. He always did something that made us question "why the f*** he did that" but he always ascended from the treacherous waters he willingly dived in." Read morehere.
Moore's performance was captured during the 2017 NCAA March Madness Music Festival at the AT&T Black Party and is scheduled to air on the AT&T Audience Network on June 23.
The song is the follow-up to Moore's number one hit single, "You Look Like I Need a Drink," from his album Kinda Don't Care. As for how the fans have been responding to the new single, the artist says, "It's been fun to see fans react to it positively, as opposed to the opposite -- you know, going, 'What the hell's he doing?' When you look at this song in particular and you add it to my body of work as an artist, I think it's really cool to have -- not only in the show, but in my catalog -- something that's a little different.
"I think it adds to what we've done in the past, and it shows a little bit of a different side of me," he continued. "Vocally it's a little bit different for me and shows off a little more range. So it's been a lot of fun, and I'm really happy that the fans are digging it." Watch the videohere.
The change follows the announcement of his upcoming album 4:44, which will drop on June 30 via Tidal. JAY-Z dropped his hyphen, making him Jay Z, following the release of his last studio album, 2013's Magna Carta Holy Grail.
The rapper spoke to Hot New Hip Hop back in 2013, revealing he hadn't been using the hyphen for a while before his 2013 record. "That was like 3 years ago, I don't know how that story resurfaced, but I guess it was a slow news day," Jay-Z said. "The hyphen was really big back in the day. It's not useful anymore." Read morehere.
The new promotion video clip portrays beautiful women modeling different outfits on a catwalk runway that is location in the middle of a run-down part of a city.
The song comes from on the rapper's fourth studio album "Pretty Girls Like Trap Music," which was released last Friday (June 16th). Watch the new videohere.
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