On Wednesday night (May 24), Khaled announced that Rihanna has lent vocals to a song on the record--a personal coup he wanted to shout from the mountaintops.
'They said Khaled can't get @badgalriri's vocals!!!!! @badgalriri's vocals is in!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" he wrote in an all-caps Instagram caption. "God is the greatest!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" Khaled shared a photo of Rihanna and added that the album's release date will be revealed soon. Read morehere.
This year marks the follow-up to her 2015 release, Honeymoon. The singer has been teasing the album while premiering several new songs including the title track with The Weeknd and more recently "Coachella-Woodstock In My Mind."
'What a blessing it is to make music in general," the singer wrote after posting her new song "Coachella-Woodstock In My Mind" on Instagram. "And to have the freedom to put songs out about things that move me in real time. I wrote this one last month on my way back from Coachella'Hope you like it." Read morehere.
'Tonight I got home and took my parents out to dinner. Korean bbq," he tweeted. 'We drank and ate and laughed with the tables next to us. I experienced joy for the first time in days. And I remembered…we r free. We are all different but we r free to enjoy each other's company."
Later, he shared that he plans to spend his days living fully and not allowing terrorism to take away his feelings of freedom and joy. 'I will honor those that r lost by living each day full," he wrote. 'Full of fun, full of laughter, full of joy. I welcome the differences of my neighbor. The wish of terrorism is to take away that feeling of freedom and joy. No. That is my answer. No. We can't allow it. Fear cannot rule the day." Read morehere.
The band has previously released songs "Don't Take The Money," "Hate That You Know Me" and "Everybody Lost Somebody." Their upcoming LP, Gone Now, will arrive June 2.
The Jack Antonoff led group kicked off their North American headlining tour in New York City April 25. Check out the stream of the new single "I Miss Those Days"here.
The TV special will feature an intimate interview conducted by Ted Stryker and a full concert performance that will include tracks from Songz's latest album "TremaineThe Album".
"Very few people are doing real R&B these days," says Trey. "I never left. I always felt like it was a cornerstone. You're not just touching somebody's ears but their hearts and making moments in songs people live their lives to."
The AUDIENCE Network is available via DIRECTV on Ch 239, AT&T U-verse Ch 1114 and DIRECTV NOW. Fans can get a taste of what is to come via the preview clip of Trey's performance of "Nobody Else But You"here.
"It's just a rumor," she explained. "I've known the Black Eyed Peas for a long time. I've actually known Will for a really long time -- he's like a brother of mine. All the boys are like brothers to me."
She won't be the next Pea, but Scherzinger did reveal she was approached to join the band before Fergie in the early 2000s. She said no because she was already in a girl group, Eden's Crush, which she was a part of until she joined the Pussycat Dolls in 2003.
"It's OK, because I had a vision, and I was writing, and I wanted to do my own thing," she emphasized. "It's meant to be because I ended up in the dolls and Fergie was the perfect Pea -- is the perfect Pea." Watch the cliphere.
The six-date tour begins Sept. 28 in Lincoln, Nebraska, and ends Oct. 7 in Centralia, Missouri. Bryan will also hit up areas of Kansas, Iowa, Indiana and Illinois.
On his Farm Tours, Bryan performs in rural communities around the country and awards 50 students from farming families with college scholarships. Jon Pardi is scheduled to appear at each show, while other guests and collaborators are yet to be announced. See the dateshere.
The festival will be taking place on June 8th through 11th and will include two SuperJam sets: The Soul Shakedown and The Bluegrass Situation Roots SuperJam. The exact dates for those performances were not revealed buy we sent the following details:
The Bluegrass Situation Roots SuperJam will be hosted once again by Ed Helms & Friends. This year's jam will see the actor/comedian/banjo maestro backed by the Grammy Award-winning Bryan Sutton Band and joined by such stars as Martina McBride, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Greensky Bluegrass, Mandolin Orange, River Whyless, Gaby Moreno, Baskery and Lillie Mae. Read morehere.
The concert was at the same venue Cornell played his final show. Jones said, "Everybody needs a little love, right?" She appeared to address Cornell: "Thanks for giving us a lot of love. We love you." Then, she performed a passionate, melancholy version of Soundgarden's signature song.
Cornell committed suicide last week in a Detroit hotel room. He was 52. The singer's wife and attorney believe the anti-anxiety drug Ativan may have contributed to his tragedy. Read morehere.
The girl-next-door turned country music superstar has come far since the reality singing competition, snagging seven Grammys and countless accolades along the way.
To celebrate the occasion, Carrie posted a compiled photo of her finale win with the caption, "12 years later and I'm still not sure how it all happened to me! 12 years ago today, my dreams came true and life has been a dream ever since! I am beyond blessed and so thankful! #AmericanIdol #TBT" See her posthere.
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