The cause of death is yet unconfirmed but The Guardian reported that Peep overdosed. The rapper was open in his music about drug abuse and struggles with depression.
On social media, peers and fans paid tribute to Lil Peep. Post Malone, Travis Barker, Diplo, Lil Yachty and others saluted his burgeoning talent and lamented the loss.
"Peep was the nicest person. Hanging out with him, talking to him about music, the song ideas we were going to do together and touring was so amazing," tweeted Marshmello. "Everyone will miss you man." See the tweetshere.
Meek is now appealing the sentence and requesting "the recusal of Judge Brinkley from considering and ruling on that motion and from any further adjudicatory role in this case." According to Meek's complaint, the judge ignored the advice of his probation officer and the rapper has "responded well" and "actively participated in an effort towards behavioral change."
"Judge Brinkley has repeatedly offered inappropriate personal and professional advice to the defendant," Mill's attorney Brian Mcmonagle told Billboard. Read morehere.
"I've been working on new music along with doing other things that I put on hold for the last few years," he told Stylz and Roman before his performance at Stars and Strings on Wednesday (November 15). "I do have some songs starting to accumulate. First of the year, I'll have music ready to rock."
Hunt's single "Body Like A Back Road" spent 34 weeks at No. 1 this year, breaking Florida Georgia Line's previous record. It's something he admits he was surprised by.
"It lasted a lot longer than I thought it was going to," he says. "That was exciting, absolutely, and inspiring. I'm just excited that people were tuned in. Not only we have the fans from the first record, but we made new fans this summer. I'm looking forward to getting music out for those fans." Read morehere.
After releasing the audio last month, the video finds Carey front and center, singing the emotional ballad in a glittering gown alongside clips from the film.
The Star opens in theaters this Friday, Nov. 17. The Star (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is already available and features holiday songs from the likes of Fifth Harmony, Pentatonix and Kelsea Ballerini. Check out the new cliphere.
"LOVE this cover!!! You all ROCK!" Urban wrote, sharing a link to the video. The all-female group perform every Monday night in Nashville, TN, at the Listening Room ending each round with a cover of a recent hit.
The "Female" cover featuring Kalie Shorr, Lacy Cavalier, Savannah Keyes, Kim Paige, Lacy Green, Tasji Bachman, Tiera, and Lena Stone.
"First time I heard this song was on the Bluetooth speakers in between commercials watching the CMA's at Lena's house with Kalie and Savannah. There's not much that can shut us 4 up for a solid 3 minutes lol. We knew a cover video was the next move! This was just one of those magical moments where everything comes together so flawlessly! Female… we flawless," Kim Paige told Radio.com.
"I've always loved Keith Urban but his decision to record this song and use his platform to stand in solidarity with women made me admire him even more," Shorr told Rolling Stone Country.
Song Suffragettes has given a platform to artists like RaeLynn and Carly Pearce. Check out their cover below. Read morehere.
The evening was the playlist of our dreams. A live, acoustic shuffle of ballads and classics, heartbreakers and soul-renewers that breath life and compassion into us. Proceeds from the show went to Folds of Honor, which provides educational support to the spouses and children of our fallen and injured soldiers. Every seat in the house was donned with a white bandana and a small American flag. Rather than the customary red curtain, a larger than life American flag hung center stage pre-show. At 7:30 p.m. Drew Walker welcomed us into the night and Jim Cornelison, voice of the Chicago Blackhawks, delivered the National Anthem.
Country rock renegade Lindsay Ell kicked off the performance (and her first show at the Chicago Theater). Ell beamed, 'For a blonde girl who likes to write songs and play guitar, it's a dream to hear [my] music on the radio, so thank you CBS and US99!"
Kelsea Ballerini, Chris Young, and Brad Paisley then took over hosting duties of what now felt like a jam session atop a country porch on a warm summer night. Kelsea reminisces about going to Brad's shows growing up, while Brad forgets a verse and goes to the crowd to remind him. As this is Ballerini's last show before getting married, she 'unapologetically' showcases her broad vocal range. Chris recounts experiencing how music goes 'around the world and back again' while playing a show in Iraq, and accidentally calling his sister a former Marine, rather than a retired Marine. Read morehere.
Videotaping the journey, Swift gave a full account of the trip into and through the Nashville store. Ultimately, the crew made it inside to find the anticipated pile of Reputation magazines and CDs on sale. Fans were invited to shoot selfies with the "local" celebrity.
As of Wednesday Reputation had already sold 1.05 million copies in the U.S., making it platinum out of the box. See the postshere.
The special will feature highlights from the past 59 years, including artist reactions to their own GRAMMY performances: "To be asked by Paul McCartney to come up and jam was like a life-affirming moment for me," said Dave Grohl.
During the program, Blake Shelton recalls singing with Glen Campbell in 2012, "I have never felt more honored, proud, and nervous, and a sense of unexpected accomplishment. My first moment on that stage was with one of the greatest legends--not in country music--of the entertainment industry, period!" Read morehere.
Tame Impala frontman Kevin Parker talked about the EP's opening track, "List Of People (To Try And Forget About)," with Zane Lowe, saying that it was written during sessions for the band's 2012 album, Lonerism.
"I guess one of the reasons it didn't end up on (2015 release Currents) is because it was started on so early and I was so over it by the time I was finishing the album," Parker said. "But by the time I got to finish it I was really satisfied with it as a song, and as a chunk of my creativity and emotion and stuff."
The new EP comes as part of an expanded edition of Currents, which is due to debut this Friday, Nov. 17. Stream ithere.
The Residency is the name of the program Macklemore and Lewis launched back in 2015, with the initiative of mentoring young artists from low-income communities on how to make a living from creative endeavors.
"Ryan Lewis and I helped launch The Residency so that young aspiring hip-hop artists in Seattle have a chance to pursue their passions in music," Macklemore told Billboard. "Travis was a standout in the first year of the program, came back in a leadership role the next year, and it's been incredible to watch him grow as an artist over the last three years."
Thompson went on to collaborate with Macklemore on the song "Corner Store" from his latest album, Gemini, and is on the road as part of the current tour. It's the song they performed together on Fallon. Watch the performancehere.
"This World Children's Day, I am teaming up with UNICEF to remind the world that children and young people's voices matter and that their perspectives must be included in the decisions that will shape their future," she said in a statement.
For the project, children from over 130 countries were chosen to perform in their own music video of "What About Us," in recognition of the day, reports Billboard.
"I am excited to lend "What About Us" to a global kids take over on Nov. 20 as we celebrate the power of kids around the world speaking out about the issues that affect them," P!nk continued.
As part of the take over initiative, The United Nations has "invited children from around the world to take over key roles in media, politics, business, sport and entertainment to voice their support for millions of their peers who are unschooled, unprotected and uprooted on 20th November."
"From Auckland to Amman and from New York to N'Djamena, we want children to campaign in their schools and communities to help save children's lives, fight for their rights and fulfill their potential," said Justin Forsyth UNICEF Deputy Executive Director. "World Children's Day will be a day for children, by children." Check out the videohere.
In an interview with Radio.com at US99's Stars and Strings Concert in Chicago, Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood explain the effect the military has had on their families.
"My brother-in-law Robertson, he's in the military right now," Kelley explains. "He feels like [he has] such a purpose right now. He decided not to go to college and joined the military. I'm so proud of him. He's not sure where he's going to get stationed yet. He just got through boot camp. It's such a sacrifice thinking about when he comes back and we get to catch up. I say, 'What is it like?' and I could just see the pride on his face. It's definitely a sacrifice I don't know if I could make."
Haywood, meanwhile, has a cousin in the Navy and admits that the time away from home is the ultimate sacrifice for families. "I think the families sacrifice so much. My cousin's in the Navy. He's been to Japan and Hawaii for years," Haywood explains. "He comes home once a year, twice a year at most. His wife and three kids hardly ever get to see him. It's a big honor for us to be here and to celebrate the families that are supporting to all those who serve. That's a huge sacrifice to be away." Read morehere.
Melissa Etheridge was arrested earlier this week for possession of marijuana. As her tour bus crossed from Canada to North Dakota, border patrol searched Etheridge's vehicle and found the drug onboard, reports Billboard.
Etheridge, who is a cancer survivor who has a legal permit for medical marijuana use in California, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charge of possession.
Her attorney, Thomas Dickson, entered the plea for her on Tuesday, (Nov. 14). Read morehere.
"That's a highlight every night for me to bring these guys out and do that," he shares. "The most memorable moment of that for me was, I looked over and they [do the salute] and they're standing there at attention and one of them was crying.
"That killed me. That only happened maybe once that I saw. Can you imagine that? They're in front of a crowd of people that are giving them that kind of accolade and they deserve more."
That's not all Paisley does for our troops though. He often buys them a beer afterward. "They deserve something," he adds. Read morehere.
Smith said that Michael supported his career by sending flowers and words of encouragement, though they never met. In addition, the singer called Rihanna his "spirit animal" and said he aspires to be more like her.
"She inspires me a lot because I think she's just unapologetically herself and that's something that I'm trying to do," said Smith. "I want to be a role model, but I don't want to be a perfect role model. Like, I go and have mad nights out, just like she would." Read morehere.
Calling it "The most important song I've ever wrote," Logic shared the one-sheet detailing how on the day of the track's release, the Lifeline "received the second highest daily call volume in its history at the time," with over 4,573 calls.
The report goes on to say that on August 28 of this year (the day after Logic performed the song on the MTV Video Music Awards, the Lifeline saw an even bigger surge than it did when "1-800" was released, with more than 5,041 calls. Read more and see Logic'shere.
The brand new Eif Rivera-directed promotional clip finds the rappers storming the Bronx in luxury cars and a series of fashion-forward looks for the booming hip-hop track.
7 Winters & 6 Summers is expected to debut in early 2018. Check out the new video, which contains explicit lyrics,here.
The anthemic track showcases all three artists, culminating in a massive chorus. An official music video is expected to debut on Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 23).
Check out an online stream of the new collaborative trackhere.
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