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  • Thu, 18 Jan 2018 01:00:00 EST

    Maroon 5’s Adam Levine has Snapchat to thank for the band’s new music video.

    The band’s new clip for "Wait" features the singer and The Voice coach performing the song through a seemingly endless variety of Snapchat filters in a range of locations.

    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.

    "Wait" is the second single off of Maroon 5’s latest album, Red Pill Blues, following "What Lovers Do," which was released in August and features SZA. The band also recently announced the first leg of the tour for Red Pill Blues, which kicks off in May.


  • Thu, 18 Jan 2018 01:00:00 EST

    Camila Cabello lit up the set of The Ellen DeGeneres Show with a red-hot cabaret rendition of "Havana."

    Cabello’s steamy performance opened with the singer emerging from a dressing room after singing the opening lines of the song into a vanity mirror.

    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.

    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.

    "I’m from Miami, so that’s just not great," Cabello told DeGeneres, adding that there was a "negative one hundred degree wind chill" – to which DeGeneres jokingly shut down the singer saying, "you would’ve died." In order to avoid completely freezing, Cabello said she put hand warmers "everywhere," and she meant everywhere.

    Pointing towards the lower half of her body, Cabello said putting hand warmers "down there" helped a lot. As the audience laughed, DeGeneres joked, "so you felt the heat there and it made you think of Havana." Cabello further went on to proclaim her desire to use hand warmers during all future performances and joked that is would "be the new thing."


  • Thu, 18 Jan 2018 01:00:00 EST

    Christina Perri and her husband, entertainment reporter Paul Costabile, have welcomed their first child together, a baby girl. In an Instagram posting Wednesday, Costabile wrote, "The greatest gift we’ve ever known !!! Welcome to the world Carmella Stanley Costabile born today. Mom and our little principessa are doing great. Dad can’t stop crying!"

    The two wed in December at New York’s City Hall, four years to the day they met. Paul popped the question in June and said that it was love at first sight.

    In August, Christina announced the couple was expecting.

    Christina is best known for "A Thousand Years" from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2.

    Costabile will be hosting a new game show – Beat the Clock – premiering February 6th on Universal Kids. The show features kids and adults competing in games involving skill, strategy and teamwork while racing against the clock.


  • Thu, 18 Jan 2018 01:00:00 EST

    David Cook has announced a release date for his new EP, Chromance. The former American Idol winner will be releasing the collection of six songs on February 16th, after involving his fans in its creation through a PledgeMusic campaign.

    Chromance will be available through as well as other digital retailers. Fans who pre-order now will receive two instant grat tracks: "Ghost Magnetic" and "Gimme Heartbreak."

    The EP also features a cover of Phil Collins’ "Another Day in Paradise" and songs called "The Lucky Ones," "Warfare" and "Circles."

    David has announced February tour dates as well. He’ll hit the road beginning February 15th in his current hometown of Nashville, Tennessee, and wrap things up on February 24th in Leesburg, Virginia.


  • Thu, 18 Jan 2018 01:00:00 EST

    Drake has extended his partnership with his hometown NBA team, the Toronto Raptors. According to Rap-Up, Drake’s partnership with the Raptors will now include charitable contributions and six OVO-themed home games this season. Per the Welcome Toronto initiative, the Raptors and OVO have pledged $1 million over the next three years to renovate local community basketball courts. They also plan to donate $2 million to Canada Basketball over the next five years.

    Drake spoke on the expansion of his partnership with the Raptors and said, "As this team and Toronto continues to grow, we have seen how much we can do together. Welcome Toronto is about celebrating our team and our city, but also working together to give back to the community and creating a place where the youth of our city can come together to play. These same courts could also potentially shape the next generation of Canadian basketball superstars."

    • Drizzy recently unveiled the alternate black-and-gold uniforms to match the OVO theme.


  • Thu, 18 Jan 2018 01:00:00 EST

    Eminem is teasing a music video for "River," featuring Ed Sheeran.

    On Instagram, Em shared a still photo from the video set. "So let the river run…" the rapper wrote, quoting Sheeran’s verse on the song. It’s unclear when the video will drop.

    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."


  • Thu, 18 Jan 2018 01:00:00 EST

    Now that fans have a chance to enjoy "Filthy," Justin Timberlake is ready to unleash a new song, "Supplies."

    Timberlake is teasing the second song and video from his upcoming Man of the Woods album with a snippet of the clip shared via Instagram. 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."

    Stay tuned for the song and video debut at 8 a.m. today, while you wait for Man of the Woods’ February 2nd arrival.

    Justin personally debuted his new album, Man of the Woods, at a woodland themed event in New York City on Tuesday. Attendees grazed on insect delicacies as they listened to the project, which the singer has called his "most personal album ever."

    Timberlake said to the crowd attending that the album was inspired by his son Silas, whose name means "living in the woods." The 2-year old Timberlake even appears on the closing track, "Young Man," while Alicia Keys and Chris Stapleton also make guest appearances on the 16-track collection.

    His wife, Jessica Biel, along with family and friends, including Stranger Things’ Gaten Matarazzo, attended the event.


  • Thu, 18 Jan 2018 01:00:00 EST

    When Louis Tomlinson found out that a nine-year-old One Direction fan suffering from cerebral palsy needed $10,000 for medical expenses, he happily donated the full amount.

    Tomlinson made the donation to the fundraising page for 1D fan Rylee Sanord, 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 Tuesday 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 to target amount on the fundraising campaign to $15,000. AT press time it was sitting at $12,460.

    "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."

    In her YouCaring post, MacKayley wrote:

    "Rylee is nine years old and has bilateral close-lipped schizencephaly which ultimately causes her cerebral palsy," reads the page. "Schizencephaly is a very rare brain malformation which means her brain has two clefts on it. When she was born the doctors told us she would never smile or do anything. We were devastated but she has been proving those doctors wrong."

    In the post, Sanford also spoke about the musicians and music that brightens her sister’s day.

    "A little bit about Rylee is she loves music and animals. She can also be quite sassy but we love it. She loves Zayn, Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne, Jojo Siwa, Taylor Swift, Luke Bryan and Sam Hunt. She is a true warrior and always has a smile on her face….Thank you for any amount you are able to give."


  • Thu, 18 Jan 2018 01:00:00 EST

    TAYLOR SWIFT TRADEMARKING THE PHRASE ‘BIG REPUTATION’: Taylor Swift has a reputation for trademarking her lyrics and song titles, and it looks as if she’s at it again. According to TMZ, the singer’s company, TAS Rights Management, LLC, has filed documents to secure the rights to the phrase "Big Reputation." The phrase is a lyric from her song "End Game," where she sings, "Big reputation/big reputation/Ooh, you and me would be a big conversation." Apparently, Taylor is looking to use "Big Reputation" on merchandise items including sunglasses, cell phone cases, pajamas and gloves. She’s also reportedly trademarking her own signature, for usage on bathrobes, hair pins, dolls and toy glow sticks. Taylor previously trademarked a bunch of phrases from her 1989 album, including "This Sick Beat," "We Never Go Out of Style" and "I Could Show You Incredible Things."

    ARIANA GRANDE UP FOR HERO OF THE YEAR AT NME AWARDS: Ariana Grande has been nominated for Hero of the Year at the 2018 NME Awards, given out each year by the British publication NME. The nomination comes in recognition of her role in organizing the One Love Manchester benefit show, following the bombing at her concert in Manchester last May that killed 23 people. Ariana’s competition in the category includes Rose McGowan, for speaking out against sexual harassment, as well a few British politicians and celebrities. The One Love benefit is nominated for Music Moment of the Year; it’s up against, among other things, Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl halftime show. Ed Sheeran received several nominations as well: he’s up for Best British Solo Artist and Best Festival Headliner. His pal Taylor Swift is up for Best International Solo Artist and Best Video, for "Look What You Made Me Do." Lorde and Charli XCX are the leading nominees, with four nods each; Dua Lipa has received three. The winners will be announced at a live ceremony on February 14th at London’s O2 Academy Brixton; the event will be streamed on Facebook Live.

    SELENA GOMEZ MADE DONATION TO TIME’S UP THAT ‘FAR EXCEEDED’ WOODY ALLEN FILM SALARY: Timothee Chalamet and Rebecca Hall, Selena Gomez’s co-stars in the upcoming Woody Allen film A Rainy Day in New York, announced this week that they would be donating their salaries from the film to Time’s Up and other charities. Now, it seems that Selena has done the same. A source close to the actress tells People that Selena has already "made a significant donation anonymously" to Time’s Up that "far exceeded her salary for the film." Selena has yet to make a public statement against Allen, who has been accused of molesting his daughter Dylan Farrow, a claim which he denies.


  • Thu, 18 Jan 2018 01:00:00 EST

    Music’s biggest night keeps getting bigger. The roster of performers at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards continues to grow: Kendrick Lamar, U2 and Sam Smith have joined the list.

    Additionally, Miley Cyrus will perform with Elton John to celebrate his President’s Merit Award.

    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.

    The John-Cyrus collaboration will come two days before Sir Elton is recognized with Elton John: I’m Still Standing – A GRAMMY Salute. He and songwriting partner Bernie Taupin will be honored at the Recording Academy event for decades of unforgettable music.

    Previously announced performers at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards include Alessia Cara, Cardi B, Childish Gambino, Daddy Yankee, Luis Fonsi, Kesha, Khalid, Lady Gaga, Little Big Town, Logic, Patti LuPone, Bruno Mars, P!nk, Ben Platt, and SZA.

    James Corden will host the CBS telecast on January 28th.


  • Thu, 18 Jan 2018 01:00:00 EST

    The Chainsmokers are back with a brand new track titled "Sick Boy." The duo take it to the stage for the music video, featuring a live performance of the dramatic new music.

    "Sick Boy" is the group’s first new music since their 2017 album Memories…Do Not Open.

    The track is a social commentary with lyrics that seem to describe the personas that we construct for ourselves via social media and movies. "Welcome to the narcissism/We’re united under our indifference," goes one lyric. There’s also a repeated refrain of, "This is us/This is us."

    The song’s video features Drew Taggart and his musical partner Alex Pall, plus a drummer, performing on a bare stage. At times, Drew appears to morph into some kind of monster, while Alex’s piano bursts into flames.

    According to their label, the track is "a song about self-identity in today’s world and standing tall in the face of what you can and can’t control." No word on whether or not this is a one-off single, or the first release from a new EP or album.

    The Chainsmokers are nominated at the upcoming Grammy Awards for "Something Just Like This," in the category of Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. They already have a Grammy for Best Dance Recording – they won it last year for "Don’t Let Me Down."