He played a clip from the record to prove it, but later assured Wayne he wouldn't leak the album. Despite his promise, the pharma bro played a clip of Wayne and Kendrick Lamar's collaboration, 'Mona Lisa," from the album over a recent live stream, according to TMZ.
After clicking through the track to avoid a full preview, Shkreli plays a snippet from a track titled, 'The Life of Carter." In the video, Shkreli claims "Mona Lisa" is "the best song of the dó thing."
Though the audio is poor and choppy, it's easy to tell the tracks are from Lamar and Wayne. Watch the cliphere.
"Depending on the outcome of this case, it can be the beginning of my career or the end of my career," Kodak Black read from a prepared statement in a Florida courtroom Thursday (May 4).
However, if he completes a life skills course in jail, he will receive credit for time served and be out in a month. The Painting Pictures rapper has been in jail since Feb. 28 when he was arrested during a court appearance for violating five counts of violating his parole. Read morehere.
John Osborne had the following to say about the Wes Edwards and Ryan Silver directed clip, "The media these days is flooded with all things presidential and politics.
"No matter what happens, politicians all seem to pin the blame on something else as opposed to being accountable for their own actions. We felt the connection with the song title was perfect."
TJ adds, "John and I always like song titles that aren't immediately obvious but are common everyday sayings. We're all guilty of saying 'It Ain't My Fault' more so than it actually being true. When our co-writer, Lee Thomas Miller, brought up the idea we loved it. We wanted a video that was as exciting as the music." Watch the video via a parody news websitehere.
"Want You Back" features compelling lyrics about lost love and second chances. The record will follow the band's highly acclaimed 2013 debut album, Days Are Gone and will arrive July 7.
Haim have also announced that they will be performing their new music on during an appearance on Saturday Night Live on May 13th. Until then, stream the new trackhere.
The song comes from Porter's forthcoming "I Come In Pieces" EP which was produced by Greg Wells [Adele, Elton John] and written over six days during a visit to Nashville.
Alisan had this to say about the new track, "It's amazing to go back to that particular stage and give birth to 'Deep Water.' This song is really close to my heart. Not only does it represent what I was going for with the EP, but it showcases who I am. I can't wait for everyone to hear it!" Watch the performancehere.
The album included singles "Day Too Soon," "The Girl You Lost To Cocaine," "Soon We'll Be Found," and "Buttons" and the reissue can be preordered here.
The pop star said at the time of the original release, "During the recording people would come in and complain about traffic, and I'd say, 'Some people have real problems.' Like, they're waiting for a lung or they don't have a mum." See the tracklistinghere.
The new song is the second single from the forthcoming Simon Doom full length debut album "Babyman" and follows the release of the lead single "I Feel Unloved".
Simon worked with Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser from MGMT, who co-produced the record. He's also has guest appearances from Cam Avery of Tame Impala and Anni Rossi, on the record. Listen to the new songhere.
Set in a gorgeous Miami villa, the "Heartbreak" visual finds Fat Joe and Remy Ma living the lavish life. Sun-drenched cabanas and Versace dress shirts set the stage, as the two rap icons wax poetic about their love interests. Remy yearns to jet set with her verse, singing "Let's go to Paris / Let's go to Rome / I'm so all into you / I can't contain it now."
Joe, ever the charmer, is telling his new flame that she can do better. "He don't acknowledge you," he raps, but then acquiesces that it's hard to focus on love when you're chasing paper. ""I'm out of time, you know it gets hard for me // I gotta respond, the money keep calling me." Watch the videohere.
The new categories are 'Trending' and 'Best Musical Moment' and the network sent over the following details: 'Trending,' is presented by Time Inc.'s INSTANT, a social-first media outlet dedicated to covering the lives and projects of the Internet famous.
As part of a robust marketing partnership for the show with People and Entertainment Weekly, 'Trending' will commend some of the greatest viral moments in movies and television from the past year. The 'Trending' winner will be announced during the "MTV Movie &TV Awards Festival" prior to the main show telecast. Read morehere.
Imagine a town where you and all your fellow broken-hearted friends lived. In this place, there's no looking back, no more anger, no more thinking you'd somehow be better off with that jerk who dumped you. And because your mind is clear, you stake your claim to the ground and call the place "Wreck and Ruin."
Of course the jerk who dumped you thinks he's left you in shambles and that you'll never be okay without him, but ahhhhh, on the contrary - there are so many of us in here in the city limits of "Wreck and Ruin," and in the company of people who've experienced a similar pain, there's a lot of freedom and rest.
It was a real joy writing this song with my good friend and frequent collaborator Becky Warren, and having her come sing backups on it in the studio was just as fun. Production-wise, I wanted it to be strong and sassy, and I think the band gave us just that.
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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