But Timberlake teased the second song and video from his upcoming Man of the Woods album with a snippet of the clip shared via Instagram on Wednesday.
The new video appears to have a political slant, with the teaser featuring the singer sitting in front of a large bank of TV sets showing images of people with guns and the phrase "Stop Racism Now." Check out the teaserhere.
The tour kicks off July 19 in Toronto, Canada, with dates scheduled through October 6, when it wraps up in Bristow, VA. "For us as a band, being out on the road together is where it all comes to life," said Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley in a press statement. "Darius is one of our closest friends, and so we just feel really excited to get to share this tour and those memories on and off stage with him. There's no doubt that it's going to be a total blast and we're thrilled to have Russell out with us too this summer – we're already brainstorming ways to shake things up and make each night all about just being in the moment."
"Reuniting this summer and heading back out on the road with my friends Lady Antebellum feels like a home away from home," Rucker added. "It's going to be an incredible summer, and I can't wait to see y'all out there!" Read more including dates and ticket detailshere.
'The song's about gratitude, and the song is just the cracks in your heart and love and how you really need to have those failures and those cracks to really let love get in, so it's an inspiring song," said Bentley in a prepared statement. "I think it's an album that has a lot of gratitude in the album throughout every song. So, it's a good song to really just get that message out there, and all that gratitude for me starts at home."
"There'd be nothing without Cass and the way she's not only made my life, she's been through the ups and downs and made me a better person," he continued. "I don't know where I'd be without her. So, for me to get the message of the album out there, I want to start with this song and this important message about the women in my life, the women in our lives. There'd be nothing without them. For me, it's just an important way to start the album."
The music video for "Woman, Amen," was shot during the recording of the track in Telluride, Colorado, where much of the album was written and produced. The clip features shots of majestic, mountainous terrain, Bentley walking across bridges and plains and the artist at work inside a makeshift studio. Check out Dierk's new cliphere.
Resee Witherspoon joined Musgraves for what she called "Carpool Kaceyoke" as the two enjoyed a night out. "You have gotten me in so much trouble," Witherspoon joked as she started singing.
"I'm totally addicted to this microphone." Watch their hilarious clipshere.
Kendrick will perform material from Damn., which earned Album of the Year and Best Rap Album nominations. He's also in the running for Record of the Year, Best Rap Song, Best Rap Performance and Best Music Video for "Humble."
U2, who've earned 22 GRAMMYs during their career, will take the stage with music from their album Songs of Experience. Sam Smith's appearance will support his latest release, The Thrill of It All. Read morehere.
No filter is left unturned as Levine is seen with rabbit ears, rocking giant glasses, and sporting a dog face. The singer's wife, Behati Prinsloo, also makes a brief cameo in the clip.
Watch Levine go wild with the filters in Maroon 5's new "Wait" videohere.
The latest case in point comes from Vice Principal Jim Matthews of North Pontotoc Elementary in Mississippi, who got a little creative with the exciting news of a snow day.
Matthews donned a sideways baseball cap and a pair of shades to rap the snow day announcement in the style of 50 Cent's 2003 smash, "In Da Club." Read morehere.
Tomlinson made the donation to the fundraising page for 1D fan Rylee Sanford, which was created by Rylee's sister MaKayley Sanford who shared the news of the musician's gesture.
"This was the MOST pleasant thing to wake up to this morning," wrote MaKayley yesterday (Jan. 16) when she saw Tomlinson's donation. 'Thank you for making my mom and I cry tears of happiness. You mean SO much to my family, and this is absolutely amazing. I honestly can't thank you enough for all you've done."
Following Tomlinson's donation, MaKayley raised the target amount on the fundraising campain to $15,000. "We are forever grateful for the 1d members and fans," added Rylee's mom Lisa. "We can never thank everyone enough for the donations and shares. All this is for Rylee…The journey to give this little girl the best life possible." Read a post from MacKayleyhere.
The teaser was revealed via Twitter, with a release date of this Friday, Jan. 19. "Parallel Line" will follow Urban's most recent single, "Female," which was inspired by Harvey Weinstein and the ensuing #MeToo campaign.
Check out the sample of Keith Urban's "Parallel Line"here.
Dancing through a backstage area through racks of wardrobe, the singer emerges onto a cabaret stage, eventually making her way down into a mock club setting. It's quite the elaborate production that fans will definitely enjoy.
Cabello's "Havana" followed an interview with Ellen, where she discussed what it was like performing in New York's Times Square in frigid sub-zero temperatures on New Year's Eve and the extreme measures she took to stay warm. Watch the performance and interviewhere.
The film is based on Doug Stanton's 2009 bestseller, Horse Soldiers: The Extraordinary Story of a Band of U.S. Soldiers Who Rode to Victory in Afghanistan. According to Rolling Stone, it tells the story of 12 Green Berets who were tasked "to take on the Taliban and its Al Qaeda followers."
12 Strong stars Chris Hemsworth as Captain Mitch Nelson alongside Michael Shannon, William Fichtner, Elsa Pataky, and more. The Jerry Bruckheimer film hits theaters this Friday, January 19.
Watch the lyric video for "It Goes On," which is set to footage from the forthcoming film,here.
Craftsman John Billings, who resides Ridgeway, CO is known simply as the 'Grammy Man." He has been designing the trophies for Music's Biggest Night for more than 30 years.
The 72-year-old craftsman is responsible for the creation of 600 GRAMMY trophies from his rural workshop each year. Whoa! How does he do it? Billings won't spill too many of his secrets, but he says that each trophy is made of a mixture of zinc, aluminum, and some secret trace elements. He calls the secret combination "grammium."
Billings spoke about the important promise he made the trophy's first craftsman, and he shared some insight on the creation process when CBS Morning News visited his studio in the videohere.
"So let the river run…" the rapper wrote, quoting Sheeran's verse on the song. It's unclear when the video will drop but for now, fans have something to look forward to.
Sheeran has called the collaboration "the highlight of [his] career." In his epic Vulture interview, the real Slim Shady defended working with Sheeran despite his past dismissals of pop artists: "He's not a boy band, he's an artist whose craft I respect." Check out a promo for the Em-Ed collaborationhere.
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