The clip finds Slim Shady in the middle of a love triangle as he fights and makes up with a love interest "Sue" (played by actress Sarati, most recently seen on FOX series Lethal Weapon) who is also dealing with an unstable ex-husband, "Trevor." She shows up as the voice of a therapist trying help all three navigate the treacherous rivers of their strained and damaged relationships.
Eminem and Sheeran both also appear performing the song, raging in a dilapidated hotel room and outside in a pouring rain storm. "What the song means to me is something I had to get off my chest," Eminem says at the culmination of the stormy visual.
The video was directed by Emil Nava who helmed Ed Sheeran's "Thinking Out Loud" and Calvin Harris and Rihanna's video for "This is What I Came For." Watch ithere.
West shared a photo of a handwritten message to his wife Kim Kardashian, writing on a piece of paper "Happy Valentines [sic] Day Babe" in uppercase printing.
The post received over 300,000 likes within the first hour of posting with fans celebrating the outspoken rapper's return to the social media platform. See the post and full photohere.
"Heartbreak Kodak" is the follow up to Kodak's November release, "Project Baby Two: All Grown Up," the deluxe edition of the chart-topping mixtape, "Project Baby Two."
This new project features all new tracks, recorded last year while Kodak was at home in Florida. For "Heartbreak Kodak," he wanted to show a different side, exploring his vocal ability and new melodies, thus creating his own R&B sound. Check it outhere.
Remy's self-directed video and the song is the follow-up to her recent hit "Wake Me Up" featuring Lil Kim, which fast became the most added song on urban radio as it stormed up the charts.
Both tracks will be featured on Remy's forthcoming album 7 Winters & 6 Summers, which is set for a 2018 release. Remy also invited fans via socials to choose the cover art for "Melanin Magic," wanting to broaden the conversation about 'inner and outer beauty while celebrating both.' Watch the videohere.
Both rappers deliver incendiary rhymes on the warm, throwback track thick with '80s R&B vibes. Lamar brings a family vibe, shouting out his later grandmother and proclaiming that his bond with Hussle runs deeper than set colors: "I said he a man first, you hear the words out his lips?/About flourishing from the streets to black businesses?"
Nipsey Hussle will be busy in his hometown this NBA All-Star weekend, with the rapper scheduled to perform a sold-out record release show at the Hollywood Palladium. Check out the trackhere.
"I'd like to take credit for a park but we already had one in Tishomingo," Shelton told KTEN News. "Long story short, it's hard to imagine right now as I'm freezing to death in Tishomingo, were going to add water park things to Pennington Park."
Shelton said he was inspired by a park he saw in Cincinnati, and wanted to bring those new ideas to where he grew up. "It's always fun to play your hometown and now that we have Ole Red in Tishomingo, we can pop up and play anytime," Shelton shared in a press statement. "We played a lot of music, had fun and raised money for Pennington Park! Now that's a good time!" Read morehere.
The Never Be The Same tour will start in Vancouver, British Columbia on April 9 and run through May 4 in New York City before continuing in Europe.
Tickets go on sale February. 18, at 10 a.m. local time. A portion of the VIP ticket proceeds will be donated to the Children's Health Fund. See the dates for the trekhere.
Drake teamed up with Pittsburgh Steelers' star wide receiver, Antonio Brown, to treat Miami resident Odelie Paret to a $10,000 shopping spree. Paret, a housekeeper at famous Miami Beach hotel the Fontainebleau,was surprised by Drake and Brown after getting off her work shift earlier this month (Feb. 6).
First, she was treated to a full spa treatment at the hotel's luxurious facilities, followed by a lavish meal at steakhouse StripSteak by Michael Mina. After dinner, Paret and a friend were whisked off to a local mall to discover their mysterious benefactors for the day: Drake and Brown.
"I always just saw him on the TV. So I said, 'Drake!' " Paret told the Miami Tribune this week. 'It made me happy. … I thank him so much."
After being stunned by the information that she had 45 minutes to buy whatever she wanted without a monetary limit, Paret eventually picked out a pair of shoes, a Valentino handbag, four perfumes -- including one for her son -- and splurged on a $6,000, 18-karat, white gold necklace with diamonds.
Brown captured the moment for Snapchat, depicting himself and Drake hanging out in the store. See the videohere.
The video finds MGK and his soon-to-be-ex battling it out over the phone, with the rapper going on to deal with the end of the relationship by turning to alcohol and marijuana.
Machine Gun Kelly also used the romantic holiday to launch a new website, 1-800-thebreakup.com, which allows users to end relationships with text message graphics that include such bon mots as "Wanna Know a Joke? Our Relationship" and "Welcome to Breakupsville--Population You." Watch the videohere.
The new volume contains the Nashville Songwriters' Hall of Fame inductee and Grand Ole Opry member's #1 Country hit "Woman (Sensuous Woman)"
When Don Gibson signed to Hickory Records in 1970, he was already a weathered music industry veteran, successful songwriter and compelling performer. Sixteen of his singles on RCA Victor with producer Chet Atkins reached the country Top 10 between 1958 and 1969, but by the end of the 1960s, his album sales were dwindling. Gibson joined Hickory Records, part of Nashville's Acuff-Rose publishing empire, at the invitation of executive Wesley Rose, who had first signed him to a publishing deal at Acuff-Rose in 1955. Already serving as Don's manager and publisher, Rose would now be Don's producer and label head too. Read morehere.
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