A clip uploaded to YouTube of the spill left the singer explaining to the crowd one of his favorite past times in the aftermath of his fall. "When I go home, I sit on the computer with my father and we YouTube 'Twenty One Pilots falling,'" Joseph joked. After the tumble, Joseph got right back up and kept performing, which surprised some people.
"HE WIPED OUT AND STILL FINISHED THE LINE WHAT A CHAMP," one fan writes on Twitter. "(don't worry about the fall he was fine he laughed it off)." Read morehere.
Bieber's remix of the track included the line "I'm that new Jason Bourne, reborn, a revelation" as captured in fan filmed video footage from the show which has been posted online.
During the same gig, Bieber also performed his feature on Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's "Despacito," but had a little trouble remembering his Spanish lines. Check out the fan footagehere.
Chris Stapleton was performing at the Red Rocks Amphitheater near Denver last Tuesday night (May 23), when he invited Manning up on stage to join him for his song "Whiskey Red."
This wasn't the former football star's first duet, as he sang a rendition of "Rocky Top" last year with Lee Brice in Nashville, Tennessee. A fan captured the duet on social media and posted the video with the caption, "Ladies and gentlemen, the Sheriff is back in town. " Check out the videohere.
"May 26 last year I walked outta prison! May 26 this year I'm dropping#DropTopWOP," Mane revealed via social media earlier in the week announcing the release.
In the post, he included a handwritten version of the LP's tracklist, which features collaborations with Migos' Offset, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz and Young Dolph. Check out the postshere.
"I love the name of Meek new album, Wins and Losses, cause that's what it's about, n—-. Wins and losses. Just gotta add up the more wins, but you gon' lose, but win!" Ross said in the Snapchat video.
"That's why I tell y'all, make sure y'all get it' then you go watch you a nice film, a movie. You know? Enjoy life. See that's one thing in life. It's always gonna be f— s—, hoe s—. Get the money n—-. Get the money and run. Take care of your people."
Ross didn't reveal a release date for the LP, but fans can only hope it's sometime soon. Watch Ross reveal the album titlehere.
"It wasn't easy making that decision and having the courage to step out first and make a record," Edge explained. "This album has a more optimistic tone to it after coming through that more challenging time. It shows a lot of growth."
"Zayn just wants to make his music and do what he does," he continues. "I think he definitely wants a lot of himself in there, and I think that's what the last record had -- it maybe even gave people more insight than they thought they were going to get." Read morehere.
"Nothing I do will be as big as One Direction, but I have to try at least to get somewhere near it," he says, adding that he talks frequently with his 1D bandmates. "We haven't even had a conversation about how long we think the break will be."
Until the forthcoming 1D reunion, Horan is trying his hand at a solo career and hopes to emulate the music of his heroes -- the Eagles. While Henley's "Boys of Summer" and "Dirty Laundry" inspired his current single "Slow Hands," he says guitarist Joe Walsh gave him some helpful advice as did Henley.
"You better enjoy the ride, because one day you're going to be sitting on your own balls," he recalls the guitarist's advice. "Don Henley and I talk every couple weeks or so. It's mad. I call him 'Dad.' He calls me 'Son.'" Read morehere.
A moment of silence took place on Wednesday (May 24) in the city's center and after the pause by those in attendance, a woman began to sing Oasis' powerful "Don't Look Back in Anger."
The Guardian journalist Josh Halliday was on hand and caught the special gathering on video where one woman singing transformed into all those gathered in a sing-along. Watch the clip below.
"Goosebumps! The amazing moment Manchester crowd joins in with woman singing Oasis – Don't Look Back in Anger after minutes silence," Halliday writes. Read morehere.
Available in limited quantities, fans of Jackson and Supreme will find the apparel in-store NY, LA, London, Paris and online May 25th.Originally rooted in skateboarding, Supreme is currently the undisputed king of cool with fans collecting pieces of apparel like modern art.
Justin Bieber is just one star known for his Supreme shirt collection. Hip-hop heads have been hot on the brand for over a decade with fans including Tyler, The Creator, Frank Ocean, Kanye West, Travis Scott, Chris Brown, Wiz Khalifa, ASAP Rocky, Drake, Nas, Pharrell Williams, and Gucci Mane. See some examples of the Michael Jackson collectionhere.
The jailed rapper guest appears on "Lingo" and the title track "New Jack City" which may have been recorded during his brief bout with freedom last winter.
While Black serves time for the parole violation, he also faces sexual assault charges in South Carolina. On "Lingo," the beleaguered rapper sounds carefree. "I don't rap it 'less I mean it, I'm sleepin' but im geekin'/ I'm outchea walking in my sleep/ I'm on phantom with the lean," he raps. Listen to Jackboy's New Jack City in fullhere.
"Tonight doesn't feel like a night to celebrate," the singer said. "Last night there was a tragedy in my hometown of Manchester," he continued. "And I am left with a hole in my heart.
"I went to my first show in the arena, and I've had some of my best experiences in my life in Manchester. We have a choice every single day that we wake up to what you can put into the world, and I ask you to please choose love every single day."
Watch Harry's moving speechhere.
"I'd like to dedicate this song to my good friend Ariana Grande and everyone who experienced that horrific attack," she said. Miley is set to resume judging duties at The Voice next season. Yesterday Miley shared a sweet Instagram photo with Grande, sending more warm wishes to the singer and her fans.
"wishing I could give my friend @arianagrande a great big hug right now… love love love you …. so sorry you had to be apart of such a tragic event! my most sincere condolences to anyone and everyone affected by this horrific attack! all I can do is send as much HOPE & PEACE your way! This MUST end! No more war …. no more innocent lives taken …. L-O-V-E." Watch Miley's performance of "Malibu"here.
The rock icon showed up at the Cannes Film Festival in France earlier this week to share the winners of a YouTube fan video contest.At a press conference, which John attended with longtime collaborator Bernie Taupin, he said, "We were before the MTV generation, and I'm glad we were because we were real artists. The MTV generation brought along a lot of people who just made videos. A lot of the artistry went out of the music."
He did praise the art of making music videos, explaining that 'visuals, whether it is a painting, a drawing, a piece of film, a video… enhance music. You get to use your imagination - you get into it." Read morehere.
English actor Anthony Daniels spoke with KNX News Radio and revealed he initially wasn't excited about the role of everyone's favorite neurotic protocol droid.
"It is true that I wasn't particularly keen, in fact, I wasn't keen at all to be in a low-budget sci-fi movie in the part of a robot," he said. "But it was a concept painted by Ralph McQuarrie that changed my mind completely, that and George Lucas' script."
"Fate took a strange hand there, fate or the force," he continued. "Against my will, I kinda got sucked into it, and then became a part of it that I can't leave, I'm actually very fond of my character C-3PO."
Fun fact: Daniels is the only actor to appear in all nine Star Wars films, including the forthcoming The Last Jedi. Check out the full interviewhere.
Sometimes they're instant classics that hold up forever (Beyonce's 'Crazy in Love" ) and other times they're a fleeting phenomenon that comes out of nowhere (Omi's 'Cheerleader" ).
This year, artists from across the genre spectrum will make their case for 2017's Song of the Summer. Here are some of our favorite entries: "Slide" Calvin Harris and Migos: Never count Calvin Harris out of the 'Song of the Summer" sweepstakes. Last year, 'This Is What You Came For" (featuring Rihanna) was the hit no one saw coming. This year, he's teamed with Frank Ocean and Migos on 'Slide," a laidback dance groove with a rich keyboard line. Ocean imbues everything he touches with class and Migos are the suddenly-everywhere rap team to watch. They make beautiful music together against Harris' soundscape.
"The Cure" Lady Gaga: Gaga ditched her more experimental inclinations on the sturdy R&B-tinged pop track she debuted at Coachella--and it might be her sultriest song to date. This is a track any singer could have sung but few could lend Gaga's vocal power and provocative subtext. Lines about healing a man with her love cast Gaga as a nymphomaniac witch doctor with more love to give than her boyfriend can handle. She wails 'I will be right by your side" as a promise and a threat.
"Want You Back" Haim: Haim's three-year hiatus spawned Something to Tell You, the three-piece sister act's return. "Want You Back" is deceptively simple in melody and composition 'it could become inescapable counterprogramming amid the rap anthems and EDM confections of 2017. See who else made the listhere.
"Callin out @Lavarbigballer for @thebig3 #4pointchallenge! Make the 30ft shot and I'll cop 10 pairs of #bigballerbrand," Cube wrote on Twitter. Lonzo will likely be one of the three top picks in the 2017 NBA Draft.
In the past few months, his father has suggested his son could turn around the Los Angeles Lakers losing streak, if drafted, according to XXL. Fans can only wait and see if Ball accepts Cube's challenge. Check out the challengehere.
"If I'm on vacation, I love having a nice place to stay, a nice hotel," Cam says. 'La Quinta Resort & Club was insane. This morning, I got to sit at that deck and watch the sun on the mountain."
Cam enjoys the varieties of fruits and vegetables available in California year-round. 'I love farmers markets," Cam confesses, as she strolls along Old Town La Quinta's Farmers Market. 'California farmers markets are especially cool because we have so much produce and agriculture." Read morehere.
The Soundgarden frontman was found dead in his Detroit hotel room on May 17th. A medical examiner ruled that Cornell had committed suicide by hanging.
Subsequently, Cornell's family released a statement claiming the anxiety medication Ativan may have played a role in the singer's demise. Many of Cornell's peers have paid tribute to the influential musician following his death. Watch the "Seasons" coverhere.
SoulCycle senior instructor Angela Davis posted an image of herself with Jay Z, Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul and the NBA star's brother C.J. Paul after class today (May 25).
Davis included the caption from Francis of Assisi, which read, "'True Progress Quietly and Persistently Moves Along Without Notice.'" Billboard speculates the rapper could be getting ready to be a headliner at the 2017 Made in America and the Meadows festivals. Or maybe he's just getting ready to be a dad of three? Check out the posthere.
The former Jonas Brother talked about how he used to believe he had to have all his music be "completely cohesive" and "a singular thought." With this new track, he views this project as a freeing creative opportunity.
"For a while, I used songwriting as a way to process my emotions, and in my head that always needed to be heavy, or the songs needed to have a darkness to them," he explained. "Whereas now I am open to singing about positive things, to be able to sing with a smile on my face is a really nice feeling." Read morehere.
In an adorable post early Wednesday morning (May 24), the former American Idol champ shared a cute image of her husband dancing with their two-year-old son Isaiah.
As a caption for the precious photo, the singer wrote, "Dear ladies, Make sure you marry someone who makes time to do the 'hot dog dance' with your kid right before leaving for work! So sweet!" Check out the posthere.
"The band ended, and I was going through a divorce at the same time. I do the most stressful things in clumps. The way I knew how to deal with that, through life, was to self-medicate so that's what I did," he revealed. "The tail end of My Chem was so dark for me --I was in a fog… I was trying to stay up and I was failing. I had always self-soothed through narcotics from an early age."
After the band's dissolution, Way formed Electric Century with longtime friend David Debiak. The two released their debut single, 'I Lied," in 2014. It was during that time Debiak helped Way identify and get help for his substance abuse.
"Dave saw what was happening. Drug addicts are notorious liars and at the time, I was a notorious liar about my addiction, that I didn't have a problem," he said. "I was in denial for decades. It was fitting that it was the first song anyone could listen to and that it was released while I was getting admitted into rehab. All of it was this weird cosmic joke -- art imitating life imitating art." Listen to Way's new Electric Century single "You Got it All Wrong"here.
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