The teaser clip, which was captured by a fan, appears to feature Drake's distinctive vocals in the mix making reference to both Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid.
Drake and Future last collaborated on the 2016 track, "Used to This," which followed their much-celebrated 2015 mixtape, What a Time to Be Alive, and a subsequent tour.
Check out a fan capture of Future's song teaser featuring Drake, which contains explicit language,here.
The motivating song, which features Ludacris, was also utilized throughout coverage of the 2018 Olympics. Children from St. Jude's, #MeToo activists, police and soldiers all appear in the new clip.
The music video goes back and forth between Underwood and Ludacris in the studio and an emotional montage of athletic and real-life champions. Check out the new videohere.
Pickney's 17-year-old daughter Ryan shared a photo of the flowers with a message of gratitude for Taylor: "Thank you @taylorswift13 for recognizing my dad's service; it was much appreciated."
The Tustin Police Department also shared a photo with a message of thanks: "We received this beautiful wreath today to honor Master Sergeant Pickney's life of service," read the tweet. "Thank you @taylorswift13 for this gesture. It means a great deal to all of us. And thank you for your continued support of our brave men and women in law enforcement."
Sgt. Pickney served the local police department for 29 years and suffered a heart attack on Feb. 22. Pickney oversaw a wellness program and co-founded the department's softball league, reports The Orange County Register. He is survived by his wife, Michele, and their two daughters, Ryan, 17, and Rachel, 15. Read morehere.
JAY-Z, Beyonce and Future join the rapper and producer on the hook-filled single. In the song, Future raps about peeling the top off of a Maybach, while JAY-Z raps about Meek Mill, his daughter Blue Ivy, Prince, and dropping $91,000 on Ace of Spades champagne.
Queen Bey, meanwhile, does her thing with panache, singing, '"I break the internet/ Top two and I ain't number two/ My body, my ice, my cash/ All real I'm a triple threat."
A music video for the song puts Khaled right into a scene from Transformers, with a Decepticon literally taking Khaled's car's "Top Off." Check out the preview of the video and the full trackhere.
Lorde sang "Solo" from the R&B artist's 2016 album Blonde, putting a fresh spin on the track. Lorde also made good on her promise to perform previously unreleased music from the Melodrama sessions on tour.
Last night she introduced a new song (title unknown) with a jaunty piano line and a high-energy pop hook. It may not have made the cut for the final album, but fans will enjoy hearing the track on tour. Watch fan footage of the new track and "Solo,"here.
He takes over the top spot from Sean 'Diddy" Combs, who has been the reigning top earner since the list started 7 years ago, Combs this year only acquired a net worth of $825 million.
Dr. Dre, 53, takes the third spot, with $770 million, partly for which Forbes credits the sale of Beats headphones to Apple for $3 billion in 2014. See who else made the listhere.
Yankovic puts his inimitable spin on fan favorites like "My Shot" in a rousing polka medley, running through all 14 tunes in five minutes flat. See the complete tracklist below.
Yankovic and Miranda appeared together last week (March 2) on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to promote the new track, and things are bound to get pretty silly. Check out "The Hamilton Polka"here.
The rapper's new track, "Solitaire," features appearances from Migos and Lil Yachty, with all three acts trading verses like a hip-hop version of Marvel's Avengers.
The tune is Gucci's latest track following last month's "Cocky" collaboration with A$AP Rocky and 21 Savage. Listen to the very NSFW "Solitaire"here.
In the video, Shelton walks along country roads, fishes in a lake, plays guitar and drives his truck. Home video clips are intermingled with the professional footage.
Shelton is currently on his Country Music Freaks Tour, which runs through July 21 in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Watch the new music video for "I Lived It"here.
Brown and his posse show off a series of choreographed dance moves on the streets before breaking into a home to terrorize the family inside and show off more slick footwork.
"Tempo" is one of the many tracks Brown featured on his 2017 release, Heartbreak on a Full Moon. Watch the video, which contains explicit lyrics,here.
She assumed the older man was a grandfather of a fellow student when he sought her out after the performance but was stunned by what he said: 'That was so amazing, you're gonna do this for the rest of your life."
'I don't even think I said 'thank you,'" Clarkson recalled. "I was taken aback because I'd never received any kind of compliment like that. It was a really pivotal moment for someone to come up to me and instill that confidence at such a young age," she added. "From that moment, all I focused on was singing, whether it was getting a scholarship for college or trying out for [American] Idol."
All these years later, and Clarkson still thinks about the mysterious stranger with such kind words. 'Was he real?," she wondered out loud. "We all have these moments in our life that are so pivotal' that really was that fork in the road that sent [me] on a completely different path."
Watch Kelly Clarkson recall that fateful moment in the videohere.
The rapper is seen singing the track inside the club where she works, juxtaposed with images of the woman finding a prime location and using her earnings to open the studio.
By the end of the clip, Flo Rida looks on approvingly as the star of the clip teaches kids to dance in her new space. Watch the videohere.
Everyone from Kim Kardashian to Tyra Banks and Alicia Keys have donned MAX's signature rose-colored-glasses while grooving to 'Lights'' with his Snapchat filter.
You may also know MAX from his alter ego partnership with Ryan Siegel called Party Pupils - or that his record label is owned by Pete Wentz and Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy. However, the most unpredictable MAX collabo is that he moonlights as the lead singer of a soul group called Witchita, which was formed by punk rock legend - Rancid's Tim Armstrong ' aka. Tim Timebomb.
Can MAX, wax, on all this and more - in only THREE WORDS? Check out his answers in this heart-felt exclusive videohere.
When asked about famous pals like Kanye West, Drake and Donald Glover (a.k.a. Childish Gambino), Jaden says things just haven't been the same since Syre peaked at #24 on the Billboard albums chart.
"It's really changed," he told Complex. "I always felt like Little Homie before and that allowed me in all of their circles. But now that I'm on the charts next to them, I'm not really Little Homie anymore." Read morehere.
In the brand new promotional clip, the "Bodak Yellow" rapper poses, dances and lip syncs in front of a mirror to Carly Simon's 1972 classic track "You're So Vain."
The video features a cavalcade of stars modeling the top looks from NYFW including Paris Jackson, Ashley Graham, Karen Elson and more. Watch the videohere.
The new music video also features intimate moments with her family, including images of her husband, Carey Hart, competing in professional motocross events.
Personal clips from the singer's performance of the National Anthem from this year's Super Bowl round out the up close and personal feel of the video. Watch the new cliphere.
Kelley has shared an adorable video of his 2-year-old son, Ward, as the toddler marches through the house to put his miniature guitar case right next to daddy's.
Kelley posted the clip with the hashtag #roadlife, mention that his young son is either a rocker or a roadie. Considering that his dad is in one the biggest country acts in the world, good money is on rocker. Watch the videohere.
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