She claims Kelly controlled the people she was allowed to see and withheld food if she didn't adhere to his demands. Jones recalled hitting her lowest point of the relationship: "His voice scared me, seeing that he called scared me, hearing a door open and close scared me."
It got bad enough for Jones to contemplate suicide. "I just said, 'I'm gonna kill myself and it's gonna be his fault,'" she explained. "'I can either kill myself or kill him. What use am I when I walk out of here?'"
When asked what she hopes people take from the explosive allegations, Jones said she just wants Kelly's accusers to be taken seriously. "I want them to not be so dismissive towards the women that are speaking out," Jones said. "We're not just rolling over out of bed and saying, 'Hmm, let me just make up a story about R. Kelly today. Let me make it sound similar to something that he's already been accused of and put my own remix to it just [because] I want some attention.' [Anyone who has spoken out] has gotten annihilated in the press [and] from fans."
The same day that the story was released, R. Kelly has made a response through a representative. Read ithere.
The tease is a series of quick-cut images that opens with the pop star in a hooded shroud before it erupts into a rapid-fire sequence with the pop star appearing in a nude thermoptic suit a la Ghost in the Machine on the floor and looking up at an electrified sphere floating in her hand.
Naked cyber Taylor walks down a sleek metallic hallway, lightning flashes throughout as she breaks out of a glass cage, shooting electricity from her fingers before being chased by a group of the cyborgs. Got all that.
The cinematic clip is due to debut this Thursday night (Oct. 26), just in time for Halloween. Watch the teaserhere.
First, Lovato shared a photo, in which she's in full makeup and costume. She captioned the shot "Music Video Shoot," to which Fonsi commented, "What happened, Demi?"
Shortly after, the "Despacito" singer posted a photograph from the set writing, "It's a wrap," with a video camera emoji and Lovato responded, "Hello Fonsi."
When the collboartive track and video will be released remains to be seen. Check out both postshere.
Before singing her Joanne track "Million Reasons," Gaga said: "It's about pain, and sometimes life gives us a million reasons to want to give up, but we stick around."
The singer also made an appeal for mental health care. Her $1 million donation to hurricane relief will specifically provide emotional support to survivors of the recent natural disasters.
"We must also recover mentally, as well as physically," she said. "We need to help these survivors recover from the trauma of losing their homes, losing their lives, watching everything get washed away ' The response to these disasters must encompass the survivors' mental and emotional needs, as well as their physical well-being."
After the show, Gaga shared a photo of herself with all five presidents. In the snap, she appears perched between the Bushes. See the photo and video coverage of the complete eventhere.
"This song reflects a lot of how I feel these days," the country singer said, in a press release. "It's a good song; I really liked it, but the message was a little different when I first heard it. I thought maybe it could be a little more positive about being older and wiser and more content, so they rewrote a few things, and this is how it ended up."
The lyrics are reflective and encouraging. "The older I get / The more I think / You only get a minute / Better live while you're in it / 'Cause it's gone in a blink," he sings. "The older I get / The more thankful I feel / For the life I've had / And all the life I'm living still." Listen to the new songhere.
We had watched this fascinating documentary "The Sound Of Belgium", exploring Belgium's musical history from post WW2 to the end of the 90s; we learned that Belgium was the country with the most important number of record shops per capita, and that, with the New Beat movement, was the most influential country in the world for electronic music between 1987 and 1989. Belgian working class has, since the 60s, always considered night clubs as an opportunity to enjoy and relax but also proud and elegant.
So jamming with the arpeggiator of the AN1X Yamaha and Elvis (the modular synthesizer) the result was a nice sequence reminiscent of the New Beat sound. That was the Belgian touch! When our friends from the band Mandales listened to it they called it K2000 (it reminded them the 80's TV show's soundtrack and they are big David Hasselhoff fans).
Then we recorded a real, live disco drum and a bass ŕ la Cerrone. D found a very catchy melody. That was the disco touch! We invited Astrid B. for backing vocals she made it great. Moss said he didn't like cowbell so D put a cowbell solo in the bridge and now Moss must play cowbell on stage.
Finally Moss sang it with his dark voice at a very low tune. That was the Dark touch. We had our anthem : "Dark - Belgian - Disco"
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the albumright here!
The feel-good clip features Rucker and his band playing at a backyard house party, when a young couple meets for the first time and go on to develop and loving relationship. The video follows them as they get engaged, buy a house and start a family.
Rucker is set to appear at CBS's Radio's third annual Stars and Strings concert honoring America's veterans in Chicago on Nov. 15. The all-star lineup also features Brad Paisley, Chris Young, Kelsea Ballerini, Lady Antebellum, and Sam Hunt with a special appearance by Lindsay Ell. Watch the videohere.
"This is one of the most exciting things for me personally just because I've always loved fashion and I've loved pushing the envelope and I just feel like taking it the next level with Wilhelmina," she told People.
"For me to be their first country music signing of the agency is incredible. Bridging that fashion and country music gap is such an amazing step forward for them and our genre. And I think it will certainly bring country music and its artists into the conversation with the high-fashion world."
"I think it's important to establish you don't need to look like this person to believe you're worthwhile and beautiful," Morris said of her look. "I think it's been really inspiring to see my fans and young girls and girls my age look at me as someone to model after--you doesn't need to look perfect or sound perfect."
"I mean I'm five-foot-one, and I've got short brunette hair--I'm not the typical country-looking starlet," she added. "But I think that's what gravitates my fans to me and my music. I definitely have an edge to what I say in my songs and it translates visually as well to my personal style." Check out Morris' announcement posthere.
The 'Praying" singer dedicated her set to a longtime fan whose mom has been impacted by the devastating disease. Kesha told Radio.com, 'I know a lot of people that have been affected by cancer and that's why I'm here and that's why I want to be supportive to help find a cure."
She gave advice to those currently struggling with cancer, 'I think a good motto is actually what you guys have, 'We Can Survive,' just don't give up on yourself." In 2012 Kesha released, 'Warrior" which was based on her mantra but now five years later, she's embracing something new, 'I have a record called, 'Warrior' so that was always like, my mantra, I always told myself that I was a warrior and my new one [Rainbow] is, 'I'm a rainbow.' Anything that could fill you with hope and encouragement for yourself. It's different for everybody." Read morehere.
The moody clip juxtaposes images of Khalid and Marshmello hanging out at a shadowy house party with footage of the pair riding bikes around a city at night.
The video is a fine accompaniment to the melancholy track. Watch it for yourselfhere.
"When the Good Guys Win" is the latest track that Smith has revealed ahead of the full-length, following "Still Holds Up," "You're in It" and "Happens Like That."
"Each of these 14 tracks fills an important space and it is my hope that they take you on a ride through peaks and valleys, from light-hearted to painfully honest and then back out again," he explained about the new album in a press statement. "[I] wanted this album to be made of many moments.
"Moments that make you feel something down deep in your gut; moments that sound so familiar, yet bring a flavor you haven't heard from me before. This album is very special to me and I can't wait for the world to hear it!" Listen to the songhere.
The jungle-themed party was presented by Tot Living by Haute Living, with young Asahd perched atop a throne as the "king of the jungle" (via E!). Guests were entertained by live dancers dressed as jungle animals, and a "baby valet" where youngsters could take a spin in pint-sized versions of luxury cars.
Among those in attendance included Real Housewives of Miami star Lisa Hochstein, Fat Joe's wife Lorena Cartagena and daughter, Kardashian associate Jonathan Cheban and more.
The party was also a benefit, with Khaled asking that guests make a donation to UNICEF. See video clips and images from the incredible partyhere.
"YES I've been back in the studio cooking! But, today is even more special for me because five years ago, on this day, I became the luckiest man in the world when I exchanged vows with my best friend. This song was our first dance."
The Timberlakes welcomed their son Silas into the world in April 2015, while both have enjoyed career success. In the attached video, Justin delivers a rendition of Leon Russell's "A Song For You."
"To my beautiful Jessica Biel: You have taught me so much about what a true love means. I can't put into words what these last five years have meant to me, so…'Listen to the melody 'cause my love is in there hiding…'" See Justin's heartfelt post and listen to "A Song For You"here.
"How lucky am I that these bozos have my back? What a moving inspiration to my day," Louis-Dreyfus wrote on Twitter, posting the clip. "Chemo #2: finito. We are NOT f—ing around here," Louis-Dreyfus declared on Instagram after her second round of chemotherapy.
"'I've got the eye of the tiger. The Fighter dancing through the fire cuz I am a champion and you're going to hear me ROAR,"ť she added, thanking her Veep co-stars and Perry. See the posthere.
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