Styles will be embarking on the tour of intimate venues in support of his forthcoming self-titled solo album which is set to be released on May 12th and includes his current hit single "Sign Of The Times."
The tour will begin with a North American leg that will kick off on September 19th in San Francisco at The Masonic and will conclude on October 14th in Phoenix at the Comerica Theatre.
He will then head to Europe for a trek that begins in Paris on October 25th and will wrap up on November 10th in Milan. Styles will be play a series of shows in Singapore, Australia, New Zealand and will finish up with a two night stand at the EX Theater in Tokyo. See the dateshere.
"I was at home, looking out at the ocean, and I said to myself, 'Here I am stuck in this past of negativity, but it's so beautiful out. I'm not in the mood to write a feeling-sorry-for-myself song,'" Twain said, discussing the inspiration for her new track. "You can't have the good without the bad. And that's what the song ended up being about."
The track is the lead single from Shania's new studio album, her first in 15 years, which is set to drop this September. Check out fan footage of the performancehere.
In the video, Nelson wakes up from a deep slumber, puts on his "smoke weed everyday" Christmas sweater (apparently, a gift from Snoop Dogg) and surfs the internet to see that he has once again been reported dead.
The track is featured on Nelson's new album "God's Problem Child," which hit stores on Friday (April 28). Watch the hilarious videohere.
The track was written by Ryan Tedder, Mikkel Eriksen and Tor Hermansen and was produced by Stargate and Tedder. OneRepublic will open for U2 on select dates of The Joshua Tree tour in June.
They will then hit the road for their headline spot on the 2017 Honda Civic Tour with openers Fitz & the Tantrums and James Arthur. Listen to "No Vacancy"here.
The track's lyrics center around a failed relationship MGK is struggling to let go of. This single follows his previously released "At My Best" with Hailee Steinfeld and "Bad Things" with Camila Cabello.
'Woah, woah / She said you need to let me go / Woah, woah / She said I died for you, you're like my drug but I can't get high off you / You're not mine anymore," MGK sings in the pop-sounding chorus. Listen to the trackhere.
The rocking new single allows Stapleton to show off his guitar skills and crooning voice with lyrics that focus on not wanting the love in a relationship to fade.
The country music star sings, "Don't put my love on your back burner / Never let anything that hot get cold / And if you ever change your mind / Wanna leave my love behind / Just let me be the second one to know."
Stapleton debuted the number live on stage at the 2017 ACM Awards earlier this month. Listen to the new trackhere.
"We climb the ladder, but the ladder just grows," Chesney sings in song. The video features a college professor, played by John McGinle, asking his student to think about who they are and what makes them happy.
Essentially, to look beyond the "rich and miserable" belief fed to them throughout their lives and seek out what they really want from life. Watch the music videohere.
If you missed their Coachella performances, you're bound to hear Migos vis a vis Quavo appearances on Drake's More Life or in DJ Khaled's next collaborative blockbuster.
"Body" captures Sean Paul's signature reggae-dancehall flair with Migos' contemporary rap edge. On Offset's verse, he manages to rhyme "Willie Nelson" with "Belgium." Read morehere.
Ferg posted about the track on Instagram using the hashtag #CozyTapes2, saying 'The dynamic duo is back with a new joint !!!"Last month A$AP Rocky was featured on D.R.A.M.'s new single "Gilligan."
His last solo studio album, At.Long.Last.A$AP was released in 2015. Ferg released his Always Strive and Prosper album in 2016. Check out a stream of "Wrong"here.
The film follows the rise of the Bad Boy record label and struggles involved with pulling together the recent 20-year reunion concert. The film, which includes performances by Diddy, Mase, Lil Kim, Faith Evans among others, made its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival last night (April 27). The movie will be available to Apple Music subscribers starting June 25.
"I went to the [Bad Boy Reunion] concert and thought it was incredible," Jimmy Iovine, Apple Music chairman and CEO, tells Billboard. "I think Puff and Bad Boy's story is incredible and one that a lot of people can relate to in any genre or in any business. His story is powerful. He really overcame a lot to get to where he's at today and the documentary shows that."
"He's so vulnerable and human in this," adds Live Nation Productions head, Heather Parry. "The access we got was incredible. We were in the shower with him, we see him getting a B12 shot in his underwear and then how upset he is with how the first night of the show went. He's vulnerable but you see how much he loves and cares for his Bad Boy family." Read morehere.
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