In a new interview with Billboard, Malik gave an update and set the record straight about his relationship with eating. "It wasn't specifically an eating disorder," he said. 'It was a control thing. Every area of my life was so regimented and controlled, it was the one area where I could say, 'No, I'm not eating that.' Once I got over the control, the eating just came back into place, super naturally."
Then, Malik decided to choose his words more carefully. "Not super naturally!" he said. "Just really naturally. I came back to the UK and spent some time with my mum and got some TLC, and she cooked me food and I got back in touch, mentally, with a lot of the things I'd lost."
After taking some time for R&R, Zayn said he's feeling like himself again -- attributing his troubles to the experience in One Direction. "I now have no problem with anxiety," Malik said. "It was something I was dealing with in the band." Read morehere.
The Confident singer posed topless in a bed of furs--are they coats? Stoles? Blankets? The world may never know. In the images, Demi displays her tattoos and appears to be sleeping.
The Instagram caption reads "Mid fitting nap time," with a little grinning devil emoji. Lovato updated her Snapchat story with footage from the same setup, looking sultry behind the scenes. The photo has almost a million likes on Instagram. See the luxurious naphere.
The funeral will be a private ceremony so only close family will be given the details. The chapel seats 30 people and the information on the burial date remains uncertain.
"Most guests will be told what's going on a few hours beforehand. The idea is to avoid them being mobbed by fans trying to get a glimpse of their idol's farewell," reports The Sun. Read morehere.
Billboard asked the Cash Money CEO to address the issues of unpaid royalties and Ross diss. Birdman responded, implying the jabs were beneath him, but offering few specifics as to the alleged financial discrepancies.
"I don't get caught up in hoe s, man. I just keep doing what I'm doing and keep pushing," Birdman told the publication. "I don't get caught up in that, I don't play like that." Read morehere.
The first track on the release, "Heaven South" is available as an instant free track when pre-ordering the album, and was written by Brad Paisley, Brent Anderson and Chris DuBois.
"Heaven South" is an ode to the people and things often found in the South: beer battered chicken, sweet iced tea, night crawlers, crickets, girls in cut-off jeans and more.
"Drive down Main Street, and everybody's there/ Subwoofers booming like cannons in the square/ Sign says 'no cruisin', but nobody cares," Paisley sings on the chorus. Listen to "Heaven South"here.
The tour begins Wednesday, May 3rd at Detroit, MI's Royal Oak Music Theatre and then travels the U.S. through early June. Atlantic Records ticket pre-sales for all dates begin Tuesday, March 28th at 10 am.
Pandora pre-sale - supported by an exclusive Trey Songz takeover of the service's popular 'Beats Between The Sheets" station - begins on Wednesday, March 29th at 10:00 am; local pre-sales start on Thursday, March 30th at 10:00 am; all remaining tickets will then be released to the general public on Friday, March 31st at 10:00 am local time. See the dateshere.
In the two-minute clip, Harris visually explains how he put down the beat of each instrument separately before Ocean and Migos entered on vocals. Harris played every instrument on the track including piano, guitar, and keyboard. Watch his recreation of the song below.
In February, Harris promised fans that he will be releasing, "More joyful music in 2017. I feel like it's missing from the world. And it was missing from my life. So I created it !!!!"
He added that this year his plan is to continue "making music to make your soul happy!" Check out the cliphere.
Not only do the pages detail the track's verses, but they also contain Tupac's signature along with notes he made to himself. He includes Yo-Yo's and Ice Cube's names at the bottom of the first page, as well as a note on the rumors circulating about his time in prison.
The demo version of "Dear Mama" reportedly featured Yo-Yo so Tupac may have been considering features when he wrote out the song. The auction site acquired the lyrics from an independent seller in Poland. Read morehere.
The group registered a whopping 26 songs at Phonographic Performance Ltd, a British-based music licensing company (via AltPress). One of those includes the single "Hallejulah Money" featuring Benjamin Clementine that Gorillaz shared in January. Of the other 25 songs, there are several big name features, including Vince Staples, D.R.A.M. and newcomer Rag'n'bone Man.
The fact that Gorillaz have registered songs is a good indication that their new album is coming soon. Damon Albarn shared that the group was finished with their new album in February, but didn't share any other details like a release date. Check out the full potential track listhere.
The commercial follows a man who spends his days practicing in a boxing ring and his nights playing piano at a fine jazz establishment. Chance's meter mirrors that split.
"One foot in the door, one foot in the grave/ One stepped on the floor, two stepped out the way/ Two glares up at one, what y'all wanna say?/ One stares back at two, two is unafraid," he raps, reflecting the jazz piano's staccato rhythm before he explodes into a cadence that mirrors the punches the man throws. Read morehere.
Directed by Anna Rose Holmer, the black and white video shows Portman lounging in bed and swimming and floating in water. Throughout the shoot, she traces her growing stomach.
Everything moves slowly, reflecting the song's pacing and mood. "My Willing Heart" appears on Blake's third and latest album The Colour In Anything. Check it outhere.
She'll join previously announced performers Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Lady Antebellum, Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town and Maren Morris.
Morris recently won the award for New Female Vocalist of the Year. As for Ballerini, she'll be competing in two categories: Female Vocalist of the Year and Video of the Year Presented by Xfinity for her single "Peter Pan."Read morehere.
"You guys did good putting the pieces together! My new single #MoBounce comes out next Friday! 3/24. Get ready," she wrote. The debut might signal some movement for her 2017 album Digital Distortion--a few weeks ago, she apologized for the delay on Twitter.
"Also I felt it was important to say; I know it's been a long wait for my album – SORRY!" she wrote. "I hope my fans understand my life has been filled with so many personal changes." Read morehere.
The Weeknd shared their excursion under the sea through short video clips on his Instagram story which showed girlfriend Gomez staring up at the jellyfish swimming above her.
Dressed in a white crop top, black pants, a beige trench coat and heels, Gomez was all smiles in a Boomerang where she was shown peeking into a tank of fish as they swam around her.
Gomez wasn't having all the fun, though. She captured a photo of her man staring up at the jellyfish while the two were at the aquarium. Read morehere.
"If [2014's] 'Dirt' and [2012's] 'Round Here' had a musical baby, it'd probably be 'May We All,'" Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley jokes about the song, which was written by Rodney Clawson and Jamie Moore. 'It's a good anthem, it's a deep song, it makes you think, it's got a little spiritual element as well. It just kind of hits you in the heart a little bit."
The song gave the duo the chance to work with one of their idols: Tim McGraw. "Working with Tim on that song is a dream come true for both of us," Kelley says. "He's someone who we've always looked up to. Tim is the man. He's a legend in his own right."
Besides getting in the studio with McGraw, they were eager to get in front of the camera with him as well. Read morehere.
The concert will feature Puff, naturally, but also enlist Faith Evans, Lil' Kim and Mase. "New York is home," Combs said in a statement. "This is where Bad Boy began, where the movement started.
"There was never a question in my mind that this film would premiere right here where it all started. This is the story of our family -- the biggest names in hip-hop history -- and what happens when we came together for the first time in two decades. There were ups and downs, a lot of hard work and sacrifice -- and more than anything, you see that love that only exists in a family." Read morehere.
Now we can always remember @drakkardnoir by gazing upon Drake's shoulder. Tattoo artist Niki Norberg took to social media to show off some recent work he did for the Canadian rapper.
One shoulder features a hibiscus flower, which Drake has been using to symbolize his new project More Life. The other shoulder features a bottle of Drakkar Noir, which is a French cologne, but was also Drizzy's Twitter handle before he was able to secure @Drake (via XXL).
In 1991 Drakkar was the best-selling men's fragrance over $20 and quickly became a punchline for comedians around the world. Check out Drake's new inkhere.
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