He even joked about "adding pyro" to his performance. "Hey y'all…. adding pyro back into the set…. working out details now," he wrote. "In all seriousness…. thankful no one was injured…. bus drivers are safe…. I'm safe…. see y'all back on the road soon…"
The short clip of flames engulfing the back of Gilbert's bus is soundtracked by his song "Hell On Wheels." Gilbert is currently in the middle of his The Ones That Like Me Tour. The next scheduled date is March 24 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Check out Gilbert's bus fire videohere.
"Gigi and I had an incredibly meaningful, loving and fun relationship and I have a huge amount of respect for Gigi as a woman and a friend," Malik shared on Twitter.
"She has such an incredible soul. I'm grateful to all of our fans for respecting this difficult decision and our privacy at this time, we wish the news could have come from us first," the singer added. "We love you all."
Hadid also shared a social media message about the breakup: "breakup statements often seem impersonal because there is really no way to put into words what two people experience together over a few years .. not only in the relationship but in life in general. I'm forever grateful for the love, time and life lessons that Z and I shared. I want nothing but the best for him and will continue to support him as a friend that I have immense respect and love for. As for the future, whatever's meant to be will always be." See both Malik and Hadid's postshere.
In the new promo clip, Bryan extols the virtues of childhood, being a mother and letting bygones be bygones, as "nobody gets a second chance to make new old friends."
Bryan sings the song directly at the camera in a room of screens illustrating the lyrics of the warm, life-affirming track. "Most People Are Good" is the second single from Bryan's most recent album, What Makes You Country, released late last year. Watch the videohere.
21 Savage backed up the sentiments of "Bank Account" by presenting a $21,000 check to the '21 Savage Bank Account Campaign," a new initiative focused on teaching teens about money management and financial literacy.
"Now that I do have money in my bank account, I want to help kids with a background similar to mine to get smart about their money," the rapper said in a press statement (via Rolling Stone), adding that the song's success is "ironic," considering that "knew almost nothing about bank accounts" as a teen.
"21 Savage is doing something absolutely amazing," DeGeneres raved on Instagram about the new charity. See her post and watch 21 Savage's performancehere.
Gomez is working with Creative Director Stuart Vevers on a collection that will include jackets, leather goods, and accessories. 'I am so excited to be working with Coach again," Selena said in a press release. 'Getting to create my own collection with Stuart has been such a fun process, and I can't wait for everyone to see what we have been working on over the past several months."
The singer shared a preview of the line on Instagram, posting a photo of a beautiful pink, lacy blouse and hinting that there's much more to come. See the posthere.
The My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy rapper has remained mostly out of the spotlight since his Saint Pablo Tour came to an abrupt end in 2016. Now, the 21-time GRAMMY winner likely has holed up to create new tunes with a variety of collaborators.
Yeezy has been spotted in Jackson Hole multiple times, solo and with wife Kim Kardashian. Kanye fans have pieced together social media updates from famous rappers, producers and songwriters who've checked in near Kanye in recent weeks. The theory is that all these artists have dropped by to collaborate with Kanye, whose next studio album is still shrouded in mystery.
In addition to spotting Kanye, locals have snapped photos of Travis Scott, The Dream, Kid Cudi, Nas, King Louie, and more in the area. Producers like Mike Dean and Wheezy have also been sighted nearby.
The Twitter account @TeamKanyeDaily has kept the fan community posted on new developments in Wyoming, attempting to read the tea leaves about Ye's eighth studio album. See some promising photos from Wyominghere.
The tour will take Cam to "small, cozy venues where Cam will take fan requests, perform songs she's written for other artists, preview new music from her highly anticipated sophomore album," according to a press release.
The singer also warns prospective concertgoers that she plans on telling it like it really is in an uncensored fashion: "Adult language will be used y'all."
The 10-city tour kicks off April 10, with shows scheduled through May 10, when Cam performs in Vienna, VA . Tickets and VIP packages go on sale this Friday, March 16th right here. See the tour itineraryhere.
Rappers Kyle and NF will serve as support acts on the hip-hop jaunt which will be launching June 8 in Boston with shows lined up through August 8 in St. Louis, MO.
The tour is in support of Logic's recently released Bobby Tarantino II mixtape, which was revealed with a promo video featuring popular existential cartoon characters, Rick and Morty. See the dateshere.
"Pancake has entered the residence," the music star shared on Instagram with a photo of the puppy. "Wanna thank Jon Pardi's mom for this bundle of love."
See the exceedingly sweet photo of Maren and Pancakehere.
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