A Reddit user shared a 15-song list of tracks and artist credits for each track. Though many of the song titles are still masked, it's an exciting lineup of collaborators--from DJ Mustard to Sia, Purity Ring and Mike WiLL Made-It. Pop impresario Max Martin (who's had a hand in Perry's past hits) appears on many of the Witness tracks if the list is reliable.
Meanwhile, a YouTube video containing audio snippets of Witness songs surfaced (but has since been removed). We only get a brief sense of the material but the songs run the gamut from light pop fare to anthems. Read morehere.
"I'll be returning to the incredibly brave city of Manchester to spend time with my fans and to have a benefit concert in honor of and to raise money for the victims and their families.
"I want to thanks my fellow musicians and friends for reaching out to be part of to our expression of love for Manchester. I will have details as soon as everything is confirmed." See Grande's full statement below.
https://t.co/c03xrX3iIv— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) May 26, 2017 Read morehere.
"I literally don't even know Odell Beckham [Jr.] ' He was at my friend's party and we took pictures with a bunch of people. That's it," Iggy Azalea remarked to TMZ reporters when quizzed about a potential romance.
Rumors circulated earlier this week that the two were spotted "cozying up" at the Bowlero Woodland Hills in Los Angeles. She also went so far as to confirm she had never even seen a Giants game before. Watch the cliphere.
As the countdown to the release of the project continued, the artist offered fans a set of clips that provide several behind-the-scenes glimpses of the project. It starts with a look at an early version of 'Sober," in an L.A. studio Lorde worked in with executive producer Jack Antonoff.
She gives a virtual shout out to album engineer Laura Sisk, who she says "put thousands of late night hours in over 18 months." "jack and laura our engineer the unsung hero of melodrama—she put thousands of late night hours in over 18 months"
Some late night piano vibes made the social media storm, from a night at New York's iconic Electric Lady Studios in December. "lot of lovely moments listening to jack lay down pianos late at night 🌌electric lady studios, dec 2016" Read more and watch the clipshere.
The mid-tempo dance track features a drum machine, synths and moody guitar line that reminiscent of '80s bands like Naked Eyes and The Human League. The song comes from Halsey's second studio album "hopeless fountain kingdom" which hits stores Friday.
This winter, Jauregui and her three remaining Fifth Harmony bandmates (minus Camila Cabello) agreed to remain part of the girl group while exploring solo endeavors on the side. Normani Kordei just finished third on Dancing with the Stars and Ally Brooke has spent some solo time in the studio. Listen to "Strangers"here.
"I know we said June 23rd… but i say we Set it Off Tonight!! ALBUM OUT NOW" he wrote in a tweet early Friday morning. This album follows his 2015 debut record, Trapsoul.
"With this new album, I feel like I'm a lot more mature, and my lyrics are a lot more mature than they were before," Tiller told Billboard last year about the new LP. "[From] growing up and realizing things about myself – like I said on 502 Come Up: I'm just trying to get a lot better. I feel on this project I'm painting the picture for people to just sit back and listen and try to visualize everything that I'm saying – that's my biggest goal." Listen to True to Selfhere.
Niall also discussed how childhood shaped his musical preferences. "I grew up on Fleetwood [Mac], Jackson Browne and the Eagles and anything basically that had a Southern Californian, American classic rock feel…I went to my first Eagles concert when I was four," he said.
Fallon also pressed the singer about why he and Don Henley call each other "Dad" and Horan admits to feeling "starstruck" around Henley's entire family. During his appearance, Horan performed his debut single "Slow Hands." Check out the clipshere.
The biopic stars a well-known Jackson impersonator, Navi, as the King of Pop, alongside Chad L. Coleman as Whitfield and Sam Adegoke as Beard. Navi told CBS News that he would have liked to have had the family's blessing, but it wasn't necessary.
"Is it important to me? Of course, because I wouldn't like to hear that someone didn't support the project. But, I didn't do this project from a business point of view. I do this project from my heart, from a Michael Jackson fan's point of view. So it doesn't matter which company and businesses and associates, whatever, do or don't support us. Fans want it told."
Coleman, 42, defended the project, stating that it depicts the musician's everyday life. "At the end of the day, Bill Whitfield had a personal experience with Javon Beard. And it is with integrity and character, so there's nothing salacious here. You know, the men had so many people turn the book down because they said Michael appeared too normal. But that's what we're going for. We're trying to show you the man." Read morehere.
Video footage has made its way online and show the craziness beginning when Yachty jumped up on a banquet table and yelled it was time for a "Mother f food fight!"
There's no news on whether or not the rapper got in trouble for trashing the hotel's ballroom, but a fan video captured afterward looks like Yachty might have to pay out a bit to clean the place up. Watch the cliphere.
To celebrate their 25th anniversary as a band, Hanson released a new song and music video, "I Was Born." The black-and-white video features the Hanson men lip-syncing to the song alongside their children.
"The video is about celebrating the dreams that we all have and the pure optimism of the human spirit," Taylor wrote. "And what better way to show that optimistic view of the world than through the eyes of children? For 25 years, we have been able to live out what we feel we were 'born to do,' and this song brings that message full circle." Watch "I Was Born"here.
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