The artist suffered a stroke on May 4 while at home in her Hurricane Mills, Tennessee home. She was admitted to a hospital at the time and is currently going through rehab, reports The Boot.
Shows performances are Hoyt Sherman Place in Des Moines, Iowa, Dubuque, Iowa's Five Flags Center and Washington Pavilion of Arts & Science in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. She is expected to make a full recovery. Lynn's family have been keeping fans updated. Read morehere.
The song was produced by Noah '40" Shebib and Drizzy's latest comes as part of a partnership with the iconic fashion brand Louis Vuitton. "Signs" was briefly available on Soundcloud Thursday morning (June 22) before it was taken down.
The Candian rapper is certainly prolific, his twenty-plus track playlist project More Life dropped this spring. Check it out in footage shot during the Paris eventhere.
The comment came during a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight Canada ."I suppose right now it would be a bit weird," he added, "but I never rule anything out, to be honest."
The "Slow Hands" singer left the group last year to pursue his own solo career. While Horan and other One Directioners might not want to collaborate with each other anytime soon, he said he is open to working with other artists on his album.
"Fingers crossed I can get to play some stuff to people and see what happens," he said. Read morehere.
On Thursday (June 22), the country star announced he has recovered and will resume his tour. Stapleton posted an image of himself holding up his finger in a cast with the caption: "On my way to Tulsa where this will come OFF & it will be ON!"
The From A Room: Volume 1 artist postponed most of his June shows in order to seek out physical therapy for his finger so he would be able to play again. Those concerts have been rescheduled for August, September and November. Check out the posthere.
The new video was directed by Jake Schreier (Chance The Rapper, Cashmere Cat) and the group filmed the visual at dawn on location in Sherman Oaks, CA.
The clip finds Este, Danielle and Alana joyfully strutting down the streets they grew up on. The sisters' highly-anticipated sophomore album arrives on July 7. Watch the videohere.
In the video, Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins and Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas sing with a diverse group of people about inclusivity and not letting negative opinions hold people captive.
"Haters gonna hate/ People gonna say what they say/ But we don't care about that anyway," the duo sings, saying no to negativity. Watch the new promo cliphere.
'It's like having a friend with very specific allergies," Lorde told The Guardian. 'There are certain places you can't go together. Certain things you can't do. There are these different sets of considerations within the friendship. It's like having a friend with an autoimmune disease."
Some people were offended by the comment and Lorde apologized online but also pointed out that she never said Taylor Swift's name. She posted
"Didn't mention Taylor, but regardless, I f—– up and that was really insensitive. I'm sorry."
Moore sat down with Rolling Stone recently to talk about the upcoming record and how success has been a "double-edged sword" for him at times. "I believe in music so much, and I care so much, that it's a double-edged sword," Moore explained. "It's what has made me successful, and it's what has made me a depressed human being at times. I face that pendulum swing so much."
At first, Moore didn't even let his label know he was working on another record. The country star revealed the process was "more organic" than it had ever been before. Read morehere.
The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon said, "This guy is the real deal, man" and then Mendes took the stage for a stellar performance of the reflective, soulful pop song. "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back" appears on Mendes' latest album Illuminate, which came out, September 23, 2016, and topped the Billboard album chart.
Mendes received a standing ovation for the performance, as he likely will on the U.S. dates of his Illuminate World Tour, which launches July 6 in Portland, Oregon. Watch the performancehere.
The former American Idol contestant didn't detail if the music he will be releasing would be a stand-alone single or a taste of his forthcoming fourth studio album.
The artist has been relatively quiet so far this year as far as his own music goes, but has been busy touring the world with Queen. The band's 26-date North American summer tour begins tomorrow in Phoenix. Check out the post
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