Now, Drake has collected all of those moments for his new music video, "God's Plan." "The budget for this video was $996,631.90," reads the video opening. "We gave it all away. Don't tell the label…"
Fans get to see the rapper's philanthropic ways up close, including when he teamed up with star Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Antonio Brown to give a Haitian mother of five a day she'll never forget by way of a $10k shopping spree at a local shopping mall. Watch the "God's Plan" videohere.
Angela K. Gentry, the widow of the late Montgomery Gentry star, has filed suit against Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation and Keystone Helicopter Corporation for multiple defects in the doomed helicopter.
The suit claims that the company 'made it a point to hide and deny" those defects in the copter, reports Courthouse News Service. "The dangers from the lack of crashworthiness and defects in the engine, transmission and sprag clutch, throttle cables, engine attachments and absence of crashworthy features were unknown to the average user and consumer of this helicopter but well known to these defendants who made it a point to hide and deny any problems that could and did cause serious personal injury and death," states the complaint, filed in the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas by the Wolk Law Firm. Read morehere.
The band continues to evolve, bringing melodies, electronics and bass lines together in innovative ways. In "You Owe Me," guitars and a low-key horn sound yield some smoking hooks. This time the group sound a little less EDM and a little more alt-rock.
The video, directed by Rory Kramer, is even more surprising. It stars with the guys performing typical housekeeping tasks very deliberately as they prepare for a dinner party. After their guests arrive, everyone sits down to eat. Then, two-thirds of the way through, the clip turns dark and gory — really gory. Check out the video for "You Owe Me," which does contain graphic scene,here.
The live and retooled take on the tune finds Lovato's soaring vocals on center stage, with the star's voice supported by just a piano and backup singers.
The new version arrives as Lovato prepares to launch her upcoming arena tour with DJ Khaled on Feb. 26 in San Diego, CA. Check out Lovato's emotional reworking of "Tell Me You Love Me"here.
He had shared numerous images of famous couples through time: Sean Penn and Madonna, Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston, Johnny Depp and Kate Moss, Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee, Notorious B.I.G. and Lil Kim, and others. Then he posted photos of himself and Kim toward the end of his time on Instagram.
It looked like the mercurial rapper was back on the platform for good but, then again, Yeezy never makes it that easy. West has left Instagram once again and who knows when (or if) he'll be back. Read morehere.
On Instagram, Lorde hinted that during the set she might sing music from the Melodrama recording sessions that didn't make the album. 'Just wanted to drop you a message that tour rehearsals are going well. It's all very exciting. I think you're going to be quite excited for this tour," she said on her Instagram story. 'I may or may not have dug up a song that we wrote during the Melodrama sessions that didn't make it. One that I really love."
Lorde called the tour a "big elaborate farewell to this album." "I'm going to do a couple more shows then go home," she wrote. There are actually 38 concert dates remaining on the Melodrama tour, but who's counting? On another note, Lorde said she's rethinking her haircut. Read morehere.
Last Track Standing comes out April 27. It's a significant date; two days later Nelson will turn 85. The announcement comes with the arrival of the title track and the accompanying new music video.
The sepia-toned black and white clip features Nelson in the recording studio laying down the jaunty tune as he sings about watching his old friends pass away and hoping not to be the "Last Man Standing."
The album features all new songs penned by Nelson and longtime collaborator and producer, Buddy Cannon. "Willie's a jazz singer and jazz player," Cannon said in a press statement. "He's an improvisational musician. It's different every time. Get a good take and go with it." Watch the video and see the album track detailshere.
The track is the first from the upcoming basketball movie, Uncle Drew, which stars NBA player Kyrie Irving and Nick Kroll. Uncle Drew is scheduled for theatrical release on June 29.
True to its title, "Cocky" features the rappers delivering self-congratulatory verses over a heavy, down-tempo beat. Listen to an online stream of "Cocky"here.
The video finds Khalid making plans to connect with Normani in a downtown L.A. hotel. As the video progresses, it is revealed that the pair isn't exactly meeting up.
Normani is putting on a sexy show in a fancy hotel window, while Khalid enjoys the spectacle from a nearby rooftop. Watch the sultry new music video cliphere.
"I wrote 'Run for Your Life' in a hotel room in Johnson City, Tennessee, a few hours before my show that night. I think the frantic energy of touring found its way into the track," K. Flay told The Hollywood Reporter.
"This track was a new challenge for me -- writing a song from a perspective outside my own, trying to capture the spirit and energy of a film I hadn't seen in full yet. (PS I've of course seen it now and it's awesome)," she added. Listen to "Run for Your Life"here.
The breakout country star and his band go all-in for the track, which is from the GRAMMY-winning From A Room Vol. 1 album. Stapleton even delivers some bluesy, distorted lead guitar.
His episode of Austin City Limits was the season finale of the show's 43rd season and aired last night (February 17th) at 9 p.m. ET on PBS. Turnpike Troubadours will also be featured on the program. Watch Chris Stapleton charge through "Second One to Know"here.
The hit making rapper presented the new song in novel form, sharing the lyrics as posts on various social media platforms including Facebook and Instagram.
One of the highlights of Em's Revival album, "Untouchable" samples Cheech and Chong's 1974 classic, "Earache My Eye." Watch the "Untouchable" lyric videohere.
In one shot she's submerged in the water with her back to the camera. Another depicts her leaning back, eyes closed in the tub of bubbles. In the most revealing photo, she leans out of the tub, covering herself with crossed arms and hands. She captioned the photo-set with a water drop emoji.
Could this be another hint toward some new music coming soon? In January she had told fans in an Instagram story that something was set to come this year. Hopefully we'll know more soon. Check out the steamy photo shoot from Aguilerahere.
"From her critically acclaimed album, A Seat At The Table... Solange has invoked themes of identity, empowerment, grief and healing that have resonated with millions of voices that routinely feel silenced or overlooked," added the release.
"Her performance art shows at the Guggenheim Museum, the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas, as well as her art installation at London's Tate Modern museum have all led to a defining career of visual art and activism," it continued. Read morehere.
While details are scarce, the little bundle of joy's name is Geo Grace Levine, reports E! News). This is the second baby girl for the couple, whose first child Dusty Rose was born in May 2016.
Apparently, Levine and Prinsloo plan on having more kids. Levine told Ellen DeGeneres, 'I thrive in chaos," during an on-air interview last November, in which he first revealed the sex of his new baby. Read morehere.
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