The special music events will also feature performance by Blink-182, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Grouplove, Capital Cities, Leon Bridges and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats. See the full schedulehere.
The track is the first taste that fans are getting from the McGraw and Hill's forthcoming as-yet-untitled album which is set to be released later this year. The song was co-written by Shy Carter, Dave Gibson and Joe Spargur.
McGraw and Hill are also set to perform the new song on television for the very first time when they take the stage during the 52nd Academy of Country Music Awards on April 2nd on CBS. Stream "Speak To A Girl"here.
They reported on Wednesday (March 22) that their unnamed sources informed them that Knight was being treated at USC Medical Center for the medical condition that has been troubling him for 2 years.
Knight is currently facing murder charges for allegedly running someone over at Tam's Burgers in Compton back in 2015 and has reportedly been in solitary confinement, according to thereport.
Malik recently teamed with country-turned pop star Taylor Swift for their collaborative track "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" that was featured on the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack.
But perhaps this signals a proper follow-up to his solo debut Mind of Mine is well on its way to becoming a reality. Check out the new Zayn and PartyNextDoor collaborative trackhere.
"Yo, I just started my sentence like a capital letter," Nicki begins. "Got bars for years, I hope you send me a letter, know she'll never be queen, so now she got a vendetta, I ain't talkin' 'bout David when I say I'ma Guetta."
Although her target remains unnamed, it's likely fans will read the opening lines as yet another shot at Remy Ma. Check out an online stream of the new collaborative trackhere.
It's a term Khaled has used to sum up haters or anyone who wants to bring him down. Listeners might have thought he was being philosophical about critics, but according to Ross there's someone specific involved: Birdman.
Ross' diss track "Idols Become Rivals" takes aim at Birdman, but near the end he invokes Khaled's name to defend him. That reference has fans thinking "They" is actually a thinly veiled reference to Birdman considering Khaled's We The Best Music label used to be housed under Cash Money Records, but the two parted ways in 2015. Read morehere.
So far, Kendrick has released three studio albums: Section.80, good kid, m.A.A.d city and To Pimp A Butterfly. It seems fairly obvious that his fixation on the number four teases the next chapter.
Following To Pimp a Butterfly will be no small feat: Earlier this year, Harvard admitted the album into its university archives for aesthetic and cultural significance. It also contained President Barack Obama's favorite song of 2015, "How Much a Dollar Cost." Read morehere.
Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett worked with an array of big names, including Vince Staples, Pusha T, Grace Jones, Mavis Staples, De La Soul, Danny Brown, Carly Simon, D.R.A.M., Popcaan, Kelela, Jamie Principle, Kilo Kish, Kali Uchis, Anthony Hamilton, Peven Everett, and Zebra Katz. In January, they released their collaboration with UK singer Benjamin Clementine, "Hallelujah Money."
To accompanying today's announcement the group released a six-minute animated film which features portions of four new tracks: "Saturnz Barz" in full, plus portions of "Ascension" featuring Vince Staples, "Andromeda" featuring D.R.A.M. and "We Got The Power," which features Jehnny Beth. Check out the new music and visuals from Gorillazhere.
The Atlanta trio directed the video alongside collaborator Daps. In it, they roll up to a biker bar where they try to make a deal, but everybody breaks into a fight when things go south. In between that story, Migos stage a concert in the woods, where they surround themselves with blown out cars and flipped over vehicles. Zaytoven also appears in the video wailing on a keytar.
The trio will hit the road beginning in May to support Future on his upcoming Nobody Safe Tour. They'll share opening duties with Torey Lanez and Young Thug. Watch the explicit videohere.
'Kevin is the first comedian that a Drake song could be about. Kevin could walk around his house and sing 'All Me,' and the whole song would still be true," he jokes before he raps the track.
Later, Chappelle shares what he thinks Lil Wayne's character would be like if he were a detective on an episode of the hit series CSI at a crime scene. Watch that cliphere.
Earlier this month Azalea took to twitter to address the delay. "I felt it was important to say; I know its [sic] 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. I felt it was important I made some creative changes too--I needed my album to reflect where my head's at in 2017." Listen to the new trackhere.
Futuristic synths bordering on a video game vibe set off the track while Pharrell waxes poetic about opportunities. "I believe in miracles, but I don't believe in waiting for 'em/ You gotta make that s— happen, yeah, in ways I cannot imagine," he sings in the opening seconds before the bass enters. Station Wagon P comes in before the 2-minute mark with verses portraying the dark side of fame. "Paparazzi yellin' 'Freeze' while the cops is yellin' 'Freeze," he raps.
Mike WiLL Made-It released his collab with Future, "Razzle Dazzle," yesterday (March 22nd). He's also shared his tracks featuring 21 Savage, Migos and YG, Lil Yachty, Chief Keef and Rae Sremmurd. Ransom 2 drops March 24th. Check out the songhere.
Isbell and crew released a lyric video for the single, which opens on a tattered American flag and reflects the exhaustion many have been feeling since a particularly divisive election season. "I hear you're fighting off a breakdown/ I, myself, am on the brink," he sings in the opening verse.
The video flashes through different moments the band spent recording in the studio. "Last year was a son of a b–ch/ For nearly everyone we know/ But I ain't fighting with you down in the ditch/ I'll meet you up here on the road," he sings toward the end of the second verse.
'I try to document where I am in my life," Isbell told EW about the album. "Right now, one of my primary concerns is, 'what is my role as a white male in a society that really is in dire need of understanding and empathy for people who aren't white males?'"
"I want [listeners] to feel encouraged to be vigilant but to still stay classy, for Christ's sake," he continued. "If you're doing too much yelling and too much screaming and acting out of frustration, you're not effecting change in any positive way." Check out the songhere.
Before beginning the song, she admitted how strange it felt to be away from her hometown when it had experienced such a devastating moment, and called London her soulmate.
Asking everyone to raise their lights to send London's way, she said, "Everyone [I know] is fine, but there are four people that aren't fine," she said. "I feel very far away and very strange not being at home. All I want to do today is just be at home and be with my friends and family." Read morehere.
The series was shot in 35mm by photographer Nicole Cartolano and features Jauregui alone as well as with her rumored girlfriend Lucy Vives. Jauregui uploaded several images from the shoot to her Instagram late Wednesday night (March 22).
She captioned them with, "It's 4:30 am and jet lag." Both Jauregui's stylist and photographer shared some more photos. Jauregui and her fellow Fifth Harmony bandmates are rumored to be collaborating with Skrillex on their forthcoming project. Skrillex shared a few video clips of himself hanging with the ladies via his Snapchat story on March 3. See the shared photoshere.
I wrote "My Name" in 2014 at a songwriters' workshop for VocalizeU in Nashville with a friend of mine from New York, Baum. On the surface, the song talks about a relationship where two people have feelings for each other but are playing hard to get, being coy.
At the same time, the song is also about the concepts of introductions and a desire known. For that reason, I look at "My Name" as a good introduction but also think my music has changed a lot since it was written and recorded (2015). Because the song was made a few years ago, it has a younger sound to it. I think part of being an artist is evolving your sound, and I look forward to share what I've been working on in my upcoming album.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the albumright here!
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