The confrontation turned violent, the jeweler alleges, when Quavo and an unidentified man assaulted him. The robbery allegation was added when the jeweler realized that the $30,000 chain he'd been wearing was gone.
"A complaint report for Robbery was filed for an incident that occurred on January 29, 2018 at approximately 0430 hours at [1Oak]," NYPD Detective Sophia T. Mason shared with Billboard. "The 25 year old male complainant reported he was assaulted by a member of a musical group (Quavious Marshall) and suffered a swollen right side." Read morehere.
The one thing Timberlake did guarantee was that his Trolls track, "Can't Stop the Feeling," would be incorporated into the show. As for speculation that Janet Jackson would reprise the pair's infamous Super Bowl history or a possible NSync reunion, the singer joked about Vegas odds on who might appear, saying not to beat on either rumor. He went on to add that his band, Tennessee Kids, are his special guests.
"We want everyone to have a ton of fun," Timberlake stressed about the ultimate goal behind the halftime set. The pop star fielding questions about everything from his son, Silas, to his favorite donuts (spoiler alert: blueberry). Read morehere.
"I'm going in February 5 through March and April and I'm hitting it hard before we get out on the road," he said. "So I plan on having new music out a month or two before we strike out and hit the road, where I may not have as much time to write."
"I finally got my life a lot more organized than it has been in years. Getting married last year helped a lot in that department, and so that's definitely translated with music," Hunt revealed during a Facebook Live video session, reports Taste of Country.
Actually, Hunt has been working on new tunes from some time now, they just haven't come to fruition. "I've been writing for a couple years," he said. "[I] had planned on having music out before now, but just with all the other things going on, I hadn't quite organized it into a compact album version, market-ready version of some of this music. So I do have some songs." Read morehere.
The two pop forces celebrated the standout track from Puth's upcoming second album, Voicenotes, by reconvening in a recording studio for a live take.
The track's lush, '90s throwback production is a celebration of Boyz II Men's legendary sound, which Puth celebrates on the stunning tune. Watch the videohere.
A new Super Bowl ad for the upcoming show features Ed Sheeran singing one of Bob Dylan's biggest hits of the '60s. In 2013, British rapper Devlin released "Watchtower," the first single from his album, A Moving Picture.
The track, which utilizes elements of both the Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan versions of the song, features Sheeran on lead vocals. While it was a Top 10 hit in England, the most exposure the track ever received in America was when it was used in the Denzel Washington-Mark Wahlberg movie, 2 Guns. Until now.
The Jack Ryan trailer, which features the lead character charging through a series of increasingly dangerous situations, uses "Watchtower" prominently, and is set to play during this weekend's Super Bowl. Watch the trailerhere.
Both singers opted for turtlenecks (red for her, white for him) and they sang in front of a simple black-and-white visual display. Introducing the set, host Jimmy Fallon said, "This is gonna be a big one right here."
Last week, Ora spoke to CBS News about her involvement with the Fifty Shades franchise -- including her role as an actress in the film. "Liam was a joy to work with and yeah, it was extremely exciting time since I'm also in the movie," she said. I was really happy to be part of the soundtrack."
Watch Liam and Rita smolder on The Tonight Showhere.
There's a lot going on in the new joint Doritos/Mountain Dew Super Bowl 52 ad, which finds Game of Thrones actor Peter Dinklage as the red-hot Busta Rhymes doppelganger, and Morgan Freeman as the cool as ice frontman for Missy Elliott.
In the clip, Dinklage mimes to Rhymes' fiery guest verse from Chris Brown's 2011 track "Look at Me Now." That's followed by Freeman taking on Elliott's "Get Ur Freak On." Watch the new spothere.
As team captain, Fisher led the Preds to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2017, and retired the following August, after 18 years as a pro player. 'It always kind of bugged me when guys came out of retirement," Fisher said at a press conference. 'I didn't really think it was a possibility. I just thought about the opportunity. How good this team is. About the run last year, and what could be. I got a blessing from family and my wife."
'Carrie asked me every few days if I was going to do it. She wanted me to do it. And she's usually right," he added. "I believe this team is built to win, and has a very good chance. So that's part of the reason I want to come back," Fisher continued. "but we didn't win last year, and that was the best part of my career." Read morehere.
The intimate performance featured piano and backing singers that gave the song an old soul, doo-wop feel. Audience members sat on the stage on couches surrounded by vintage floor lamps, lending the proceedings a warm coffee shop vibe, as Smith's striking falsetto left its mark.
"One Last Song" is featured on Smith's latest album, The Thrill of It All. In the song, Smith mentions that this may be the last song he ever sings about his ex.
'Maybe one day I won't sing about you / I'll sing a song about someone new," he croons. Watch Smith perform "One Last Song"here.
At first, Monaghan didn't realize she was having a brush with greatness: 'I'm thinking in my mind, 'Who is this?'" the grandmother told the Boston Globe, "And I looked at [JAY-Z] and he looked tall, and thin, and had curly hair, and was really good-looking."
Then Monaghan saw Beyonce and realized who she was standing near. 'I was like 'Oh, my God! I looked at her and all I could think was, 'No one is going to believe me. No one is going to believe me.'"
Monaghan has an idea why Beyonce posted the picture: 'I think she posted it for me. So people would believe me."
Scroll through Beyonce's Instagram post to see the photohere.
'We're eating so much healthier nowadays, but we were at the hotel and we're eating the hotel food and the day that we drove home I got food poisoning on the car ride," she said.
"So, he's driving and I'm just in his face like [throwing up sound], and I told him, 'I'm so sorry,' and he's like, 'I'd kiss you right now.'" Read morehere.
The big, bouncy track features an appropriately sunny ukulele melody and a striking horn line in the chorus. It's an ideal soundtrack for a top-down road trip, and a strong return for Vance Joy.
"Saturday Sun" is the latest track ahead of Joy's new album, Nation of Two, which is due to debut on Feb. 23. Listen to an online stream of the new songhere.
The brand new dark, menacing track is more of a head-nodder than a club banger, but it's sure to get Khalifa's Taylor Gang riled up and ready for more new music.
The video, which contains explicit language, was directed by Sebastian Maldonado and produced by E. Dan. Watch ithere.
She wrote, 'Backstage 'I'm Still Standing" @eltonjohn tribute! #Bi–hIsBack." The two performed John's iconic 'Tiny Dancer" together Sunday, Jan. 28 at the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards.
The tribute show to Elton John was taped at The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York. It is scheduled for release later in 2018 on CBS. Read morehere.
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