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  • ARIANA GRANDE SAYS SHE'S READY TO TOUR

  • Tue, 23 Oct 2018 01:00:00 EST

    Ariana Grande is ready to get back on the road after a difficult year. The 25-year-old singer took to her Twitter to reveal that she is finalizing details about the Sweetener Tour.

    "any news about sweetener tour? if not pls don’t stress about it ! we can wait / we want you to be actually ready to go on tour," a fan wrote to Ariana. She responded, "i’m ready 🖤 my heart needs it actually. finalizing a few more things but i’m tryna get em dates to u asap"

    Ariana has been vocal about her struggle with anxiety, particularly following the Manchester Bombing, her breakup with ex-fiancé Pete Davidson, and the tragic death of her former boyfriend, Mac Miller.

    Grande has managed to keep pretty busy since her split was Davidson. She’s part of NBC’s upcoming Wicked special, and she previously shared a photo of a script page and wrote, "Honored to be included in this celebration of 15 years of my favorite musical of all time. Wouldn’t miss it for the whole universe."

    She’s also spent some time shopping, hanging out with her pet pig Piggy Smallz, and encouraging fans to vote in the midterm elections by posting a photo on her Instagram Story of her ballot envelope and writing, "vote, f**kers."



  • IMAGINE DRAGONS REVEALS 'ORIGINS' TRACKLIST

  • Tue, 23 Oct 2018 01:00:00 EST

    Imagine Dragons have revealed the tracklist to their upcoming new album, Origins.

    The 12-track collection – or 15, if you grab the deluxe edition – features the previously released tracks "Natural" and "Zero," plus songs with titles such as "Boomerang," "Bullet in a Gun" and "Love."

    Origins will arrive on November 9th, just over 16 months after the group released their smash hit album Evolve. That collection has spawned the singles "Believer," "Thunder" and "Whatever It Takes." The new record is described as a "sister album" to Evolve.

    The three additional tracks on the deluxe version of the album ("Birds," "Burn Out" and "Real Life")

    will be available as a Target exclusive, and is currently available for physical and digital pre-orders thorough Target’s website.



  • JASON DERULO DROPS COLORFUL NEW VIDEO FOR 'GOODBYE'

  • Tue, 23 Oct 2018 01:00:00 EST

    Jason Derulo’s latest single, "Goodbye," now has a lively visual to go along with it. Nicki Minaj and Willy William are featured on the track while also appearing in the video.

    The footage for the David Guatta produced hit was filmed in London and provides fans with a live performance clip as well as a look into a romantic relationship.

    "The wait is over #GoodbyeVideo @davidguetta @nickiminaj @willywilliamofficiel - People who repost/share this with the best captions will get a like and comment from myself and @nickiminaj #GoodbyeVideo," Derulo shared to Instagram.

    Although a release date has yet to be announced, Derulo’s "Goodbye" will be included on his upcoming fifth studio album, 2Sides. The track also follows the release of his previous collaboration with French Montana, "Tip Toe."



  • MARIAH CAREY ANNOUNCES 'CAUTION' WORLD TOUR

  • Tue, 23 Oct 2018 01:00:00 EST

    Mariah Carey has announced a new world tour in support of her upcoming 15th studio album, Caution. Concert dates for the North American leg of the world tour were released on Monday.

    Carey will begin touring on February 27th in Dallas. Tickets go on sale early for members of Carey’s fan community, Honey B. Fly, on October 23rd while tickets go on sale for the general public on October 26th through LiveNation. A pre-sale for Citi cardmembers will take place from October 23rd until October 25th.

    Caution is set to arrive on November 16th. The album will feature the songs "The Distance," "With You," and "GTFO." Purchase of concert tickets come with one free physical or digital copy of the album.

    Carey will be continuing her Las Vegas residency at Caesars Palace Colosseum prior to the tour.



  • NORMANI DROPS 'CHECKLIST' & 'SLOW DOWN'

  • Tue, 23 Oct 2018 01:00:00 EST

    Normani has two hot new songs out now with mega-producer Calvin Harris.

    The 22-year-old former Fifth Harmony member and the 34-year-old DJ and producer have released the new songs "Checklist" featuring WizKid and "Slow Down."

    Rumors first started swirling that Normani and Calvin were collaborating after a photo of them in the studio surfaced online over the summer.

    Normani confirmed the collaboration earlier this month at the AMAs and she’s set to perform the songs on today at Tidal X in Brooklyn.



  • QUICKIES: SHAWN MENDES, USHER, DRAKE & MORE

  • Tue, 23 Oct 2018 01:00:00 EST

    SHAWN MENDES, MEGHAN TRAINOR, & ELLA MAI JOIN FORCES FOR ‘WE CAN SURVIVE’ CONCERT: Shawn Mendes hit the stage for a performance at the 2018 We Can Survive concert on Saturday night at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. Also performing at the Radio.com event were Meghan Trainor, Ella Mai, Charlie Puth, Khalid, Tyga, G-Eazy, NF, and Marshmello. The sixth annual concert was held in support of the Young Survival Coalition, which is dedicated to the critical issues unique to young women who are diagnosed with breast cancer. Shawn and Khalid teamed up during the show for a collaboration of their song "Youth." Tyga surprised the crowd by bringing out Chris Brown. Fans went wild as the two have been rumored to be collaborating on a new project.

    SONGWRITER AWARDED $44 MILLION IN LAWSUIT OVER USHER’S 2004 SONG ‘BAD GIRL’: A Philadelphia court has awarded songwriter Daniel Marino $44 million in damages for not receiving credit for co-writing "Bad Girl" from Usher’s 2004 album, Confessions. Marino sued one of the song’s co-writers, William Guice, and Destro Music Productions owner Dante Barton. Destro Music produced the song with Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. Guice was ordered to pay $27 million, and Barton was ordered to pay $7 million. Marino filed a civil suit alleging fraud and breach of contract, claiming that he worked with Guice and Barton to create and record a song titled "Club Girl," which was renamed "Bad Girl." He also claimed they had a contract to split credit and royalties for the song, but that Guice and Barton made a secret deal to cut him out of the profits.

    DRAKE BREAKS THE BEATLES’ RECORD FOR MOST BILLBOARD HOT 100 TOP TEN HITS IN A YEAR: Drake is making history again: He’s broken The Beatles’ record for most Billboard Hot 100 Top 10 hits in a year. Drizzy was tied with the Fab Four with 11 Top 10 hits. This week, he moves ahead of them with his 12 Top 10 in 2018: He’s a featured artist on Bad Bunny’s "MIA," which debuts at No. 5. The Beatles set their record in 1964. Drake now has a career total of 32 Top 10 hits, the most of any male performer. Only Madonna with 38, and The Beatles with 34, have more.

    BTS MEMBER RM RELEASES SOLO MIXTAPE, ‘FOREVER RAIN’ VIDEO: South Korean rapper RM is back with new solo music. The 24-year-old member of the K-pop group BTS released the mixtape Mono and a music video for the single "Forever Rain" on Monday. The moody "Forever Rain" video features animated illustrations. RM raps on the track about wishing for rain, explaining, "Cuz then people wouldn’t stare at me." Billboard said RM produced the album with Pdogg and Hiss Noise, in addition to writing and composing each track. The rapper released his debut solo mixtape, RM, in March 2015. Meanwhile, the BTS documentary Burn the Stage: The Movie will open in theaters worldwide November 15th. The film follows the K-pop group on their BTS Live Trilogy Episode III: The Wings tour, which took place in 2017.