"Is this the biggest party in L.A. tonight?" the Weeknd challenged the crowd before bring out Kendrick Lamar for a surprise performance of the track "Sidewalks."
The tour stop also featured openers Rae Sremmurd, Belly and 6lack. After "Sidewalks," Kendrick performed "Humble" from his runaway hit DAMN. Ticketholders got to see two superstars for the price of one this weekend--and it was definitely L.A.'s biggest party. See some footage and photos from Kendrick's cameohere.
According to reports, Scott stopped the show so the injured attendee could receive medical attention. The rapper released a statement reemphasizing the importance of safety and stating he would offer "support" to the injured concertgoer.
"The safety of everyone is held in the highest regard and we are currently conducting an internal investigation to ensure that this does not happen again," the statement reads. 'We are deeply concerned about the guest who was injured and intend to offer him our support." Read morehere.
The track was written by Styles and Thomas Hull and was produced by Kid Harpoon with additional production by Jeff Bhasker, Alex Salibian and Tyler Johnson.
Both of the new tracks will featured on the former boy band star's forthcoming self-titled solo debut album, which will be released on May 12. Stream "Sweet Creatures"here.
The "Today" singer rounded all those famous faces up for a Love and War visual album, which debuted on Apple Music over the weekend. As Beyonce's signature medium, Paisley's foray into the visual album might be a country music first.
Each of the album's 15 songs is featured in the hour-long video, which is divided into chapters with visual interpretations. Cameos include his wife Kimberly Williams Paisley, David Hasselhoff and the car from Night Rider. Jagger and other collaborators are depicted recording their vocals for the songs. Read morehere.
Group member Quavo broke the news about the latest collaboration-- perhaps prematurely -- during an interview with UK interviewer Tim Westwood, reports Stereogum.
"I just came from a video today," he began, then spilled the beans. "My boy Liam from One Direction. We just shot that. Crazy vid. Crazy visuals. Crazy team. Cool guy, nice guy. It's goin' up. I wasn't even supposed to say that. It's gonna be a surprise though." Read morehere.
The prom was being held across the street from the venue at the Hyatt Regency Hotel allowing the band to visit the school with plenty of time to make their main gig.
"Just crashed Huntley High schools prom! That was awesome! have a good rest of prom," they shared on Twitter. Other high school students hoping for an appearance by The Chainsmokers at their prom are in luck as the band followed up their initial tweet by adding, "Your prom could be next."
"Now back to All State Arena cause we got a sold out show in an hour! Big up," they added. Later, they shared a photo of their prom-crashing set. Meanwhile, the high school students shared their thanks and videos of the duo's performance on Twitter. See the tweetshere.
Brothers Osborne and Ashley McBryde have been announced as support for the Alabama dates. The special guests for the other concerts are yet to be announced.
"This tour has been so special musically; I can honestly say I'm really gonna miss it," Church said, reflecting on his current 62-stop trek. "That being said, I'm looking forward to sharing the bill with some artists I enjoy. It's gonna be a fun challenge to turn a three-hour show into a shorter one that can vary drastically night-to-night." See the dateshere.
The music stars teamed up with HitsMeUp to premiere the clip. The song comes from their forthcoming album "Did It For The Party," which is expected to be released later this year.
The video was shot on location in Nashville with director P.R. Brown and chronicles a young woman's journey to California, according to the announcement. Watch the videohere.
"Pace yourself, young bucks," frontman Charles Kelley advises tourmates Kelsea Ballerini and Brett Young in the band's just released silly tour promotional video clip.
The musicians have no problem joking about themselves, such as Kelley and band member Dave Haywood giving singer Hillary Scott and Ballerini DIY manicures. Haywood also teaches Young how to make a "craft" Jack and Coke cocktail.
The band will release their sixth studio album, Heart Break, June 9, and they hit the road on their 50-date "You Look Good Tour" starting May 26. Watch the videohere.
"Without U" has been a long time in the making -- Aoki and 2 Chainz discussed collaborating for years before recording a track called "Wouldn't be Me Without You" last year.
They shortened the title to "Without U" and debuted the track at this year's Ultra Music Festival. It will be featured feature on Aoki's upcoming album Kolony.
In addition to his track with former One Directioner Louis Tomlinson, Aoki has an upcoming collaboration with Fifth Harmony's Laren Jauregui in the works. Listen to "Without U"here.
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