"I don't know that man," Cardi B. said, referring to Ashby in response to a question about the rumor. "I don't know him. I don't even know why people are making those speculations."
Fans have been hoping for a "Cardi-Bey" collaboration ever since the two met at this year's Made in America music festival, but Cardi B says any rumors are strictly wishful thinking.
However, the "Bodak Yellow" rapper revealed that she's working on new music with Oakland R&B singer Kehlani, and she's thrilled with what they've done so far. Read morehere.
The concerts slated for St. Paul, Minnesota, Brookings, South Dakota, and Omaha, Nebraska October 26, 27 and 28, respectively, have been rescheduled for later on this year.
Rescheduled dates for Rhett and opening acts Old Dominion and Walker Hayes are as follow: St. Paul on November 29, Brookings on December 1 and then Omaha on December 2, reports Taste of Country. Read morehere.
'My kidneys were just done," she said in the interview, which airs Monday and Tuesday on TODAY. "That was it and I didn't want to ask a single person in my life. And she volunteered and did it."
Gomez has publicly battled lupus for the past two years. The autoimmune disease can attack the kidneys and as well more of the body's organs. When Guthrie asked if the singer believed Francia saved her life, she replied, 'Yes, because she did."Check out a touching snippet from the interviewhere.
On her verse, Cardi goes in on rumormongers who accuse her of feuding: "Why would I hop in some beef (Why?) When I could just hop in a Porsche?" she raps. "You heard she gon' do what from who? That's not a reliable source, no."
Nicki takes a regal posture and reminds listeners why she's the biggest female MC on the planet. "I am the champ, I'm Iron Mikin' about / Attention, I'ma need you to face front," she raps. "You don't want smoke with me, this is a laced blunt / Rap's Jackie Chan, we ain't pullin' them fake stunts / My crown won't fit on your bum ass lace fronts."
Listen to the album cut of "Motor Sport," with explicit lyrics,here.
The R&B veteran and bachata star merge English and Spanish in the seductive clip. The song also appears on Royce's album FIVE. Earlier this year, Spiff discussed the project (and how he recruited Brown) in an interview with Vibe.
'I have always been a fan of Chris besides the fact that he is my friend. When I approached him, we were in Vegas on tour and he immediately understood the album's concept and the single's vision," Spiff said. 'He was a fan of Royce's work also, so it was a no-brainer." Watch the videohere.
"I built the whole documentary and trip around, if you're not rich at heart you'll never be rich," Montana told Noisey. "That's what I got from the whole experience."
The film also documents Montana's efforts to help build the Suubi Health Centre. He donated $100,000 to the maternity facility to help speed up its construction. Watch Project: Unforgettable — 'My Project, Their Reality"here.
Morris has yet to follow up her 2016 major label debut, Hero, but when she does, the singer plans on switching things up a bit. "I don't want to make 'Hero 2.' It's going to be different," she told the L.A. Times at this year's Stagecoach festival. "Not so different you won't recognize me. But enough that I'm not going to just be repeating myself."
In the meantime, Morris is preparing for a 2018 tour with One Direction alumni, Niall Horan, and recently landed a modeling contract with the Wilhelmina agency. Watch the new song performancehere.
Sean "Diddy" Combs appears on "Bottles Up," an upbeat party song with a bright piano line. Puffy raps about "Moet, more checks, Rolex [and] more sex" as Jeezy urges the masses to hold their bottles high.
Tee Grizzley appears on "Cold Summer," a moody, ominous meditation on living the high life in Detroit. It's not clear whether these new Jeezy releases coincide with an upcoming album, mixtape or if they're freestanding singles. In any case, the rapper's given the people what they want. Listen to "Bottles Up" and "Cold Summer"here.
It's not surprising that Eldredge's beloved dog Edgar was included in the festivities, although he appears to be less than stoked to be there. The country singer wrote, 'It was my beautiful mother's 60th birthday today…she looks amazing right!? @edgarboogie partied too hard!"
"The Long Way" singer is touring with Luke Bryan on the Huntin', Fishin' and Lovin' Every Day tour, which runs through November. Check out the videohere.
For his part, Jonas is not exactly the biggest fan of the day. 'It's a bunch of adults dressing up to, which is kind of a funny thing when you really think about it," he shared.
"I now spend a lot of my time wearing costumes for movies and TV shows and stuff. so i think it's a defiant statement to not on that night in particular," Jonas added.
One Direction-er gone solo Niall Horan shared Jonas' sentiment about Halloween being for the children. 'It's more of a kids thing," Horan said of the holiday in his native Ireland. "I've gotten more into it recently. Actually, it was the end of our tour on Halloween one year, and we were in Tokyo," Horan shared. "Halloween in Tokyo is a different story altogether." Read morehere.
"At the 1989 concert in Manchester, so many people approached me and asked for pictures. I took pictures with a bunch of people and they were so cute," revealed Swift lookalike Laura Cadman (via Daily Mail). "It was lovely meeting and chatting to people about Taylor because I actually went to the concert alone and I felt really connected to all of the Swifties at the concert."
Cadman's resemblance to the "Look What You Made Me Do" singer is so uncanny that one fan actually scolded her. "She said she hated me because she thought I was Taylor then heard me talk and realized I wasn't her,' Cadman explained. "She said that I shouldn't do that because it was tricking people, but this confused me because everyone at the concert was dressed up as Tay – it's what people do at her concerts."
Despite the consistent onslaught of attention (and the occasional angry Swiftie), Cadman enjoys being considered a Swift doppelganger. "I think she's really beautiful; it's a huge compliment," she admits. "I think we resemble each other a bit. But she's obviously quite a lot older than me so I definitely think I look a lot younger. I've been to her concerts and always keep up with the latest news. I'm a big fan and can't wait for her next album. I really hope I can meet her someday and tell her how much her music has helped me." Take a look at Instagram images of Cadmanhere.
Pitbull filled in as the fifth member of Fifth Harmony on Thursday (Oct. 26) when the ladies debuted the new Spanish-language track, "Por Favor" at the Latin Music Awards.
Latin music has experienced a rise in popularity this year with songs like Luis Fonsi's 'Despacito" (featuring Daddy Yankee) and J Balvin and Willy William's 'Mi Gente" (with Beyonce).
The new Fifth Harmony track does not disappoint. Pitbull's fiery delivery blends nicely with Fifth Harmony's soaring, instantly singable melodies. Check out "Por Favor"here.
In the background of the image, however, is a large billboard promoting a prescription drug called Revival. Hardcore Eminem fans were quick to spot the backward "E" in the Revival logo, which the rapper has long used in his logo, and quickly began unearthing a host of Eminem-related clues.
An ad for Revival posted in the rapper's hometown Detroit Free Press newspaper was found to have been purchased by his label, Interscope.
The Revival website is packed with jokes and Eminem references, including the claim that it's manufactured by "Popsomp Industries," which fans recognize as the name of the fictitious rehab facility Popsomp Hills that was used in the promotion of his 2009 full-length, Relapse. Read more and see the imagehere.
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