Jackson allegedly attempted to score tickets to see Kendrick Lamar at Miami's Rolling Loud hip-hop festival this weekend by emailing Lamar's manager as Adele's manager, Jonathan Dickens.
According to the Miami Herald, Lamar's record label suspected the email was fraudulent and contacted the police, who then set up a sting to catch Jackson. As they tried to enter the concert, Jackson and his wife were arrested for grand theft and identity theft charges. Read morehere.
Cooper also plays the male lead, while actor Sam Elliott and comedy veteran Andrew Dice Clay joined the cast early on. According to Deadline Hollywood, the production has cast another iconic funnyman: Dave Chappelle.
Chappelle dropped off the map when his groundbreaking Comedy Central series ended in 2006, but has made a comeback this year with a trio of Netflix stand-up specials. In the film, he will play an old friend of Cooper's character, a musician who discovers Gaga's Ally. Gaga and Cooper filmed scenes for the movie at Coachella. Read morehere.
Bryan brought out Underwood to join him for a performance of "Play It Again" and Randy Travis' 1987 hit "I Told You So" during Saturday (May 6) night's show.
Underwood came out wearing a Nashville Predators shirt with her husband Mike Fisher's number on it. She gave Bryan a Predators hat to sport on stage to support the team going to the 2017 Western Conference Finals of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Underwood took to social media afterward express her excitement about the duets, writing, "Thanks @lukebryan for having me at the show last night and for showing the @predsnhl some â ¤ď¸Ź! #fangfingers #Smashville #PlayItAgain #PredsPride" Check out the posthere.
In the clip, Styles is beautifully photographed in the rugged landscape of Scotland's Isle of Skye. In an impressive feat of special effects, Harry levitates above the ground and begins to fly above geological formations, bodies of water, rolling hills and a massive waterfall. It's like the former One Direction star has been transformed into a drone, capable of soaring in any and all directions.
If Harry Styles, the British countryside, tasteful menswear and casual surrealism are your cup of tea, this video is for you. At least, it's an appetizer until Friday. Watch the video for "Sign of the Times"here.
The stage crasher made his way onto the stage during the rap star's set at Rolling Loud in Miami and was promptly taken down by the rapper's "goon squad."
It as a dramatic weekend at the festival, which featured Lil Uzi Vert stage diving from twenty feet in the air, and a man trying to score Kendrick passes by posing as Adele's manager. Check out the videohere.
This will be MGMT's first album since their 2013 self-titled LP. The band previously announced they would be playing new music on their tour this summer, according to Pitchfork.
The band took to social media to announce the record's upcoming release, writing, "We want you to be excited. Here's a 'making of' teaser video by @avidmacnutt to wet your whistles with audio visual scraps from the germination of the forthcoming album Little Dark Age." Check out the posthere.
The new clip begins with the rapper visiting the home of his love interest when things get weird. Her door is unlocked so he walks in to find her inside a Super Nintendo-like video game. Picking up the remote in hopes to save her, Big Sean then finds himself transported into the television.
Directed by Lawrence Lamont, Big Sean is battling an evil abductor in hopes to save his girl. He soon finds himself in a decrepit castle where the walls are caving in on him and the floor is crumbling beneath him. All the while, his girl and her abductor are a few steps ahead as he tries to catch up and save the day while dodging obstacles thrown his way. Watch things unfold in the trippy videohere.
Making the announcement over social media, Gomez posted a video featuring shots of the fictional town of Crestmont from the show, along with the caption, "Their story isn't over. Season 2 of #13ReasonsWhy is coming."
Gomez has talked openly about her own struggles with mental health in the past. In an interview with Billboard last month, she said that she was ready for the backlash that would result from producing a series based on such controversial subject matter.
"It's going to come no matter what. It's not an easy subject to talk about. But I'm very fortunate with how it's doing." Check out her posthere.
The clip features a classic movie prom scene. Yachty, dressed in a green polyester tuxedo, is the lonely boy at the dance, and he's singing about wanting his girl to come back to him.
It clearly works, because he ultimately drives her home in a Back to the Future-esque Delorean. The 19-year-old rapper has already released the album tracks 'Harley," and 'Peek A Book" feat. Migos. Watch "Bring it Back"here.
At first, the "Bon Appetit" singer lightly evaded the question, remarking, "Well that's not my question to answer -- if it's about me. I think [my new album is] a very empowered record. There is no one thing that's calling out any one person."
Later, Perry clarified, expressing her view that people should not mistake her "kindness for weakness" and the album is not directed at any one person. "Honestly, when women come together and they decide to unite, this world is going to be a better place. Period end of story," Perry explained. "But, let me say this: Everything has a reaction or a consequence so don't forget about that, okay, honey … This record is not about anyone else!" Read morehere.
Now and then, shades of animosity crop up in Liam Gallagher's Twitter feed, and elsewhere. Sometimes the bands have been able to find common ground. This year, Noel Gallagher collaborated with former Blur frontman Damon Albarn on Gorillaz latest album, Humanz. Liam blasted Albarn for turning Noel "into a massive girl."
"Now that d— out of Blur and the creepy one out of Oasis need to hang their heads in shame as it's no 'Dancing In The Streets' - as you were," he tweeted. 'That gobs—e out of Blur might have turned Noel Gallagher into a massive girl but believe you me, next time I see him there's gonna be war."
It seems that Liam's own son has defected from the cause. A newly surfaced magazine photo shows the second-generation Oasis star repping Blur on his t-shirt. If you're a teen in search of a rebellious phase (and your dad is Liam Gallagher) that's about as savage as it gets. Read morehere.
All I Need Is You was written right on the heels of the Dig Love album. Recording had just been completed and during that moment where you take a deep breath and relax, it happened in a heartbeat.
I was taking stock of my life at the time and realizing just how much stuff I had gathered over the past few years. So much so that I didn't even remember some of what I had acquired.
I started to embrace just how unimportant a lot of these things were and began to look a bit deeper into my own heart. I was searching for what really mattered to me. What was it that I really needed each day? What was it that I couldn't live without?
At that moment the lyric took shape and it was one of those songs that sung to me right away. The opening guitar hook was conceived the next day as I was attempting to track a demo version.
I played it live for a year before recording it on The Consequence album, so the song grew and matured quite a bit through those performances. On the album the end of the song has this alternative guitar figure that drives the fade out, but live there's a breakdown section that's completely unscripted. It takes the audience to a whole new place. It's currently one of my favorite songs to play each night.
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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