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:: Sad news die-hard Disney fans! Demi Lovato and Miley Cyrus have ended their BFF friendship. The singer revealed in a recent radio interview that she and the BANGERZ wild child can no longer relate to each other. “It’s life, and people change, and, you know, I don’t have anything in common with her anymore, and I wish her all the best,” Lovato said. [Just Jared]
:: In more sad news, Queen Latifah‘s talk show (launched in Fall 2013) has been cancelled due to low ratings. It will continue to air throughout this season, but then will be pulled off the air. [Huffington Post]
:: Well, this is an interesting bit. Eminem now has his own ice cream flavor! Mikey Likes It Ice Cream, a parlor in NYC’s East Village, has concocted a special flavor just for the rapper. It is made with “Motor City ingredients,” like Michigan cherries, Sanders hot fudge and Vernors ginger ale — sounds yummy! [SPIN]
:: Remember that oh-so-sexy and unforgettable Nick Jonas crotch grab in Flaunt magazine (click here if you need a refresher)? Well Poppa Jonas doesn’t seem to mind it! At the 2014 American Music Awards, the “Teacher” singer stated: “My dad responded and was like, ‘You know you get that from me, right?’ So he was actually really proud.” [Crushable]
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It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from Paramore. After landing their very first top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 with infectious pop/rock anthem “Ain’t It Fun”, Hayley Williams and the boys hit the road for a tour. However, with Christmas just around the corner, the three-piece band is jumping on the reissue bandwagon and releasing a deluxe edition of their self-titled LP complete with demos, live songs and three new tracks.
The re-release is spearheaded by lead single “Hate To See Your Heart Break” — an acoustic gem featuring Joy Williams. This is very different sound for the rockers but it turns out to be masterstroke. Hayley harmonizes beautifully with The Civil Wars vocalist over strummed guitar and strings. It’s a real treat. The video dropped today (November 24) and it’s a simple affair that captures the vocalists doing their thing in the studio. Check it out after the jump. More »
Ella Henderson‘s “Ghost” is unstoppable. After reaching the top 10 in countries as diverse as Germany, South Africa and New Zealand, the Brit’s Ryan Tedder-penned debut single is about to cause some serious chart damage stateside. The Chapter One gem shot into the iTunes top 10 after a series of stunning live performances and should make a huge jump on the Billboard Hot 100 this week. Her next move? Conquering clubs with a killer remix.
The 18-year-old’s uplifting anthem has been given a house overhaul by Dave Aude. The veteran DJ/producer is no stranger to transforming radio hits into floorfillers — recent examples include Beyonce‘s “Partition”, Sage The Gemini‘s “Gas Pedal” and Tinashe‘s “Pretend” — and he does a stellar job of making “Ghost” club ready. Grab your dancing shoes and listen to Ella’s cute remix after the jump. More »
Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea closed the American Music Awards last night (November 23) with a jaw-dropping performance of Diplo-produced club-banger “Booty”. It was generally praised as one of the best moments of an otherwise lackluster night but the sexy spectacle obviously didn’t sit well with Sheryl Crow. The veteran singer/songwriter jumped on Twitter to ask for: “More real singing, less pole dancing please.”
She was referring to the segment where J.Lo and Iggy twirled around a stripper pole in swimsuits/leotards. While I agree with Sheryl about the singing — the whole night was littered with underwhelming vocal performances — it seems odd that she would use her platform for misguided slut-shaming. Jennifer sang live while dancing around the stage like a woman possessed and still managed to look sexy, powerful and in control. She also deserves props for being only one of two women over 40 (the other being Mary J. Blige) considered relevant enough to perform at the AMAs. See the “Strong Enough” hitmaker’s tweet after the jump. More »
It feels like every day, we’re treated to a new excerpt from the diary of K. Michelle.
Today, the talented Love & Hip Hop starlet-turned-R&B siren has unveiled the fourth track from her forthcoming studio album Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart, following the release of “Love ‘Em All,” “Maybe I Should Call” and “How Do You Know?”
The synth-filled electro-R&B jam sees the songstress slipping down beneath the surface, baring her soul and expressing her doubts. “Who’s gonna pick me up? Who’s gonna give a f–k? Oh, who’s gonna go the mile? Fly me to the clouds?” she cries. Like her past few releases off of Anybody, “Going Under” proves that K’s diving deeper lyrically and providing more depth production-wise on her highly anticipated follow-up.
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Drake is taking his music down under, as the rapper/singer has announced his first-ever 2015 headlining tour in Australia and New Zealand. To make it even more fun, he is bringing 2 Chainz along for the ride! The performances begin on February 23 in Auckland’s Vector Arena and end on March 5 at Brisbane’s Entertainment Centre. There are only five dates, so hopefully Drake will extend his stay.
The two have collaborated quite a few times already (2012′s “No Lie,” the mega-mashup of “Fuckin’ Problem” and Nothing Was The Same‘s “All Me”), so this tour should come easy to them!
General ticket sales will be available for purchase here, beginning on December 1. View all of the dates after the jump! More »
The funk just won’t stop coming!
After his show-stopping performance on Saturday Night Live over the weekend (during Bruno Mars worked it out to their hot collabo, “Uptown Funk”), music maestro Mark Ronson returns today with the official lyric video for his Mystikal collaboration, “Feel Right.”
The black and white, speaker and record-filled clip provides some fun illustrations and nice text to look at while the funky, James Brown-like tune comes jamming through the airwaves. (Hey, you know, it’s a lyric video.) According to an interview with Billboard, the collaboration came about during “a chance encounter” at the recording studio. What do you think of “Feel Right”? Watch the lyric video after the jump, and sound off in the comments below. More »