Officer Liliana Preciado of the Los Angeles Police Department's Media Relations Division said a woman who was staying at the residence was outside when one of the individuals pulled out a gun, held it to her head, and forced her back into the home.
The burglars took the jewelry and tried to steal a safe, but left it on the sidewalk outside. The woman does not own the home, but was home alone and was not injured during the invasion. Read morehere.
Fans have been waiting patiently for new music from Gomez, whose last studio album Revival was released in October of 2015. The singer did lend her vocal chops to the Kygo track "It Ain't Me" earlier this year, but this is Gomez's first proper solo release in some time.
If you think you hear a little bit of the Talking Heads' "Psycho Killer" on the new track, you'd be correct, David Byrne gets a songwriting credit. Check out Selena's latesthere.
"This is a real night. This ain't no corporate s—," Drake told the crowd. 'I don't know what all those other companies are doing tonight at their upfronts, but I know what Adult Swim is doing."
Drake treated the engagement as an actual concert, not a paid one-off appearance for a heavily marketed business summit. The crowd featured young people who probably didn't care much about ad buys, anyway. In the past, the Adult Swim party has featured Nicki Minaj, Miley Cyrus, Jay Z and Kanye West. Watch some footagehere.
The ex-One Directioner delighted fans Wednesday night (May 17) with witty quips, sketches, and an acoustic performance of the song "Two Ghosts," which appears in original form on his debut solo album.
In one bit, the pop star and show host James Corden played a pair of surgeons that repeatedly break into song at the worst times. Watch the footagehere.
Later in the evening, Run the Jewels tweeted a 14-second audio snippet with the hashtag #ChaseMe. The not-so-cryptic hints seem to indicate a new collaboration forthcoming from those guys.
Fans on Twitter used song-matching apps to figure out where the #ChaseMe snippet comes from. Evidently, it's connected to the soundtrack of Edgar Wright's upcoming film Baby Driver. Read morehere.
The song first debuted on the season premiere of HBO's Silicon Valley. This is the first new song since Shadow release his fifth studio album, The Mountain Will Fall, last year.
The DJ/producer also recently added a July run of U.S. dates to his international The Mountain Will Fall tour. Watch the lyric video and check out Shadow's full tour itineraryhere.
Carrie Underwood came onstage with a birthday serenade for NKOTB's Jordan Knight, while country duo Big & Rich came out to perform their hit single, "Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy."
Underwood gushed on social media about watching NKOTB and being able to join them onstage, writing in two separate social media posts, "And I'm instantly back in 6th grade… Ha ha! … Still got it! #NKOTB." Check out the postshere.
Directed by David Helman, the video features Staples sitting on a sinking sailboat, while sharks ominously circle around him. Big Fish Theory will follow the rapper's highly acclaimed 2015 Summertime '06 record.
Back in August 2016, he dropped a seven-track EP, Prima Donna, along with a 10-minute short film. The "Norf Norf" artist recently concluded his North American The Life Aquatic Tour. Watch the videohere.
"So many shelter pets need a home, so we are going to march to raise awareness," Lambert explained. "Country music has the best fans in the world and together we can help so many animals find amazing homes."
To join in the celebration, Lambert and mutt-lovers will march with rescue dogs from Nissan Stadium, over the Nashville Pedestrian Bridge and end up in the city's downtown. Other MuttNation Foundation events include the Adoption Drive and Shelter Day Sweepstakes. Read morehere.
"We couldn't think of a better way to celebrate the return of Xscape than in New Orleans with our fans at the world famous, Essence Festival," the group said in a statement.
"Essence Fest is so much more than a music festival, it's a celebration of culture, music and entertainment. We are excited and honored to be included in an incredible line-up of artists and performers, including the living legend, "ªDiana Ross!" Read morehere.
While DeMarcus took the production reigns on the project, Rascal Flatts' touring band also joined the trio in the studio for a seamless sound fans know and love. Additionally, Rascal Flatts co-wrote several songs on the release as well as cut songs by the likes of Chris Stapleton ("Vandalized"), Josh Thompson ("Back to Us") and Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney of Dan + Shay ("Hopin' You Were Lookin'" and "Love What You're Done With the Place"). Lauren Alaina also provides powerful guest vocals on "Are You Happy Now."
Meanwhile, the group's infectious lead single "Yours If You Want It" was written by respected Nashville songwriters Jonathan Singleton and the late Andrew Dorff.
"There are certain songs we hear and we're like, yup, let's cut that tomorrow," DeMarcus says. "It made it even more special to have Andrew's blessing," adds LeVox.
"If a song comes in, and it beats one we have written, we are the first to say, 'let's cut it,'" DeMarcus admits. "We don't really care what the critics have to say. When we make our music, we make music for the fans. And they can see and feel that." Read morehere.
The two-LP album will be available on 180-gram vinyl pressed at RTI (Record Technology Incorporated), and housed in a two-pocket gatefold jacket featuring original stills and artwork from the film. The audio, which features a wealth of cues not previously available on the original soundtrack LP, was cut by renowned engineer Bernie Grundman, who mastered the score for its initial release in 1981. Preorders are available here.
Composed by John Williams, and nominated for both an Academy Award and GRAMMY Award, Raiders of the Lost Ark was the only score in Stephen Spielberg's beloved series performed by the renowned London Symphony Orchestra -- which also recorded the inimitable and now ubiquitous score for Star Wars. The soundtrack is most notable for its inclusion of the iconic and instantly recognizable "Raiders March," which came to symbolize Indiana Jones, as played by Harrison Ford, and was later used in the scores for all subsequent films. This version of the album follows the track list of the 2008 expanded edition, previously only available on CD, and offers over 30-minutes of extended cues not on the original LP.
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