She sings in the chorus backed by lighthearted music, "You're so gorgeous / I can't say anything to your face / 'Cause look at your face / I'm so furious / At you for making me feel this way."
The singer has already shared the album's record-breaking lead single "Look What You Made Me Do," and "…Ready for It?" Check out Taylor's new trackhere.
"This is the first time I've been stuck in space," Perry joked to the crowd. "I know I'm kind of a space cadet but actually, this thing is stuck. What should I do? Should I tell some jokes, should I tell some stories, should I just sing another song?"
Eventually, Perry was slowly lowered down onto the main floor of the arena, where she jumped from the prop into the waiting arms of fans below. Watch the wild momenthere.
Following the shooting at Route 91 Harvest Festival earlier this month, the event took on a different, more unified tone. Instead of giving awards to artists and recruiting musicians to deliver speeches, organizers strived to help celebrate and uplift the human spirit by filling the program with heartfelt messages from country artists.
"We've been tested beyond our worst nightmares the past few months. Heartbroken doesn't even begin to explain how some of us feel," said Aldean, who was onstage when the shooting in Las Vegas began. "But we have proven time and again in this country that we have the power to overcome anything that threatens our way of life or our freedom. We dedicate this night to you and to everyone who's experienced loss or tragedy in the past few months. We will get through this together."
Aldean closed the 2017 CMT Artists of the Year with a powerful cover of Tom Petty's "I Won't Back Down" alongside Stapleton, Urban and Little Big Town. Aldean previously played the song on Saturday Night Live but it was just as powerful the second time, providing a poignant end to a heartfelt night of music. Read morehere.
"This was beautiful," Gomez wrote. "I'm so happy for you. You always continue to be bold and real. I wish more people were like you." With a separate comment, Gomez simply stated, "Love you."
As expected, fans of both pop stars responded excitedly at the display of love between the two who haven't always been on the best of terms. See the posthere.
The album will feature stripped-down versions of hits including "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back," "Mercy," and "Stitches," as well as a cover of Kings of Leon's "Use Somebody" that segues into "Treat You Better."
Check out "Don't Be A Fool," from the set, and the full tracklistinghere.
Directed by Be El Be, the video kicks off backstage in L.A. at the BET Awards before Gucci Mane begins his jet-setting adventure. Throughout, Mane raps for huge crowds across Europe.
Picturesque views of the countryside are spliced between the rapper's energetic performances. The video also features cameos by Quavo, Offset and Young Thug and shots of Mane and his crew backstage and on the tour bus. Watch the video for "Back On," which contains explicit lyrics,here.
"'Meaning of Life' is the song that started this entire project," Clarkson said in a press statement. "The vibe, soul, and message of this song was very critical to show other writers and producers of the new direction we were taking."
In addition to the studio version, Clarkson has shared a live version of "Meaning of Life," taken from her Nashville Sessions series, performed at Nashville's famed War Memorial Auditorium. Check out both versionshere.
"After the tremendous outpouring of support my hometown received last winter after the wildfires raged through the area, I want to do my part to help other areas affected by natural disasters," Parton said in a release. "I admire and respect this effort led by our Presidents so it is an honor for me to contribute to their work."
Parton will also be providing 500,000 books through a partnership via Dolly Parton's Imagination Library, First Book, and Penguin Young Readers to those impacted by the hurricanes. Her foundation initially donated 165,000 books and the shipping costs so books could be made available to educators quickly. Read morehere.
To ring in the season opener at Little Caesars Arena, hometown icon Eminem made a rare appearance. He marched onstage while his classic "Lose Yourself" played and offered a pep talk to the crowd:
"Welcoming back, for the first time in almost 40 years, to our city, to my city, to your city, make some noise for the Detroit Pistons," Em said. "Let's go."
Em's riding high on the viral success of his anti-Donald Trump freestyle "The Storm" which debuted at last week's BET Hip-Hop Awards. The Pistons beat the Charlotte Hornets 102-90 and the game included some other music stars: Kid Rock was at the game as was Big Sean. Skylar Grey performed at halftime. The rapper shared a photo of himself and Sean at the game, check it outhere.
"Not going on tour wit carti need 2 focus," is all Lil Uzi Vert posted on Twitter regarding the abrupt tour cancellation. The unexpected announcement arrives a mere 24 hours after the two rappers revealed a full tour itinerary for the the 16*29 tour, which was named after a rumored but unconfirmed joint mixtape the two rappers are currently working on.
There has been no word yet from the Playboi Carti camp regarding the sudden cancellation or status of the previously announced tour dates. See the tweethere.
The rapper graced the Jimmy Kimmel Live! stage dressed in pink from head to toe, including hot pink sunglasses and a stunning pink feathered frock. Backed by a slew of dancers, Cardi B's slick rhymes and engaging performance showcased exactly why she's breaking records.
Earlier this year, she became the first female rapper in 19 years to land a solo #1 hit when "Bodak Yellow" dethroned Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do." The last female rapper to top the charts was Lauryn Hill with "Doo Wop (That Thing)" in 1998. Watch the performancehere.
The clip finds Puth dancing in an empty office building to the funky track, with a few snazzy special effects along the way. Puth's new alubm Voicenotes, is set for release on Jan. 19.
In the meantime, check out the brand new music video for "How Long"here.
The trio rap about bad decisions made in the heat of the hustle: "Lately, I've been goin' through a lot of things yeah/ Came up from the mud to the finer things yeah," Ty raps. "I can't trust no one, I can't trust nobody now/ Only thing they want, only thing they want is money now."
Beach House 3 drops October 27. Listen to "Don't Judge Me," which contains explicit lyrics,here.
For inspiration, Niall drew upon vAmerican classic rockers Fleetwood Mac and the Eagles. In a new Apple Music documentary, the latter's Don Henley makes an appearance to vouch for Horan's potential.
Contributing songwriting to the One Direction catalog was an early path to finding his voice, but now Horan has the spotlight to himself. The boy band was a launch pad for bigger, more personal ambitions.
"There was a lot of 1D stuff I wrote that was along the lines of Fleetwood [Mac], stuff like that, and I hear myself in them songs now sometimes," Horan said in May. "But this time it's just completely me, so I get to do what I want when I want, really."
"I've been listening to a lot of early 80's stuff lately and been inspired by that heavy bass and the funky guitar sound," Horan says of the album's current single "Slow Hands." "It's another flavor to my album that I'm excited to share." Read morehere.
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