Cardi B has inked a lucrative deal with Atlantic Records.
It's also rumored that Cardi will will exit from Love & Hip-Hop and focus on her music career.
“She wants to focus on music and be taken serious,” said the insider. “It’s hard for her to do that with all the drama she’s involved in on the show.”
Cardi B has already been making waves with her music. The 24-year-old Bronx, N.Y. native just released a new song called “Lick” featuring her rumored boyfriend Offset. You can stream her new mixtape, GBMV2, on her YouTube channel.
Kodak Black is back in jail for violating the terms of his house arrest and probation 3 months after he'd been released from jail.
Kodak was arrested and sent back into Broward County Jail Tuesday after a court hearing, where the judge found he violated a number of conditions of his probation.
Law enforcement sources say Kodak failed to complete an anger management program, and left his house without permission at least 2 times, 1 of those trips was to a strip club.
Kodak was released in December. He'd been serving time for drug and sexual conduct charges. The first single he dropped when he got out was, "There He Go."
YouTube says that millenials want to watch TV in the same place they watch all their other content, which makes sense. It wants to build an experience that “works as well on your phone as on your desktop,” as well as all your other devices.
The service also includes a feature called Cloud DVR, which allows you to save an unlimited number of shows without worrying about the storage limits of a traditional DVR. That said, you must be connected to the internet to access your recorded shows, so no watching on the subway or in the middle of nowhere.
The company also said it was focusing on providing a solid customer service experience, because cable services tend to suck at that. You’ll be able to call, email, or chat with customer service right from the YouTube TV app. To be clear, it’s a completely separate app from the original YouTube one.
BREAKING BUZZ NEWS
Lady Gaga will reportedly fill Beyonce's slot at Coachella 2017.
Festival organizers Goldenvoice and AEG Live haven't quite closed the deal with Gaga, but they're almost there reports Billboard
Story developing ...
Critically acclaimed South Yorkshire, UK alternative pop quartet Alvarez Kings will release their full-length debut album, SOMEWHERE BETWEEN [Sire/Warner Bros. Records], in stores and at all digital retailers on April 14, 2017. The two recently released tracks "Sleepwalking, Pt. II" and "Cold Conscience" are currently available for download on all dsp's.
Be on the lookout for more news from Alvarez Kings and the premiere of the "Sleepwalking, Pt. II" music video very soon.
SOMEWHERE BETWEEN TRACK LISTING:
1. "Cold Conscience"
2. "The Other Side Of Sadness"
3. "Postcards From Berlin"
4. "Tell-Tale Heart"
5. "Picking Up The Pieces"
6. "Run From You"
7. "Sleepwalking, Pt. II"
8. "Fear To Feel"
9. "Tortured & The Tears"
10. "No Resolve"
11. "Somewhere Between"
Vesta Collide just premiered the video for "I Can't Sleep" over at Tattoo.
The song lives on the band's Stay Sick Recordings debut New Obsession, which is out now.
Additionally, Vesta Collide have just jumped on the current Attila tour, which runs through March 12. Dates are below.
VESTA COLLIDE ON TOUR:
2/28 — Austin, TX — Grizzly Hall
3/2 — Pensacola, FL — Vinyl Music Hall
3/3 — Chattanooga, TN — Revelry Room
3/4 — Knoxville, TN — The Concourse
3/5 — Richmond, VA — Canal Club
3/6 — Pittsburgh, PA — Diesel
3/7 — Buffalo, NY — Waiting Room
3/8 — Syracuse, NY — Lost Horizon
3/9 — Providence, RI — Fete
3/10 — New York, NY — Irving Plaza
3/11 — Lancaster, PA — Chameleon Club
3/12 — Greensboro, NC — Pete's
Ariana Grande jus' dropped her “Everyday” video, which is a playful montage of freewheeling PDA.
Future shows up to deliver his verse in an office setting while two coworkers go at it by the water cooler.
The “Everyday” video offers very timely early-spring romance vibes, and Ariana cheering on an elderly couple getting busy on the bus only make me love her more.
Watch the video below.
The BMW in which Tupac was shot and killed is for sale for $1.5 million!
An auction house has put the 750IL up for sale. It won't be auctioned, but will be sold to someone with $1.5M.
Suge Knight was behind the wheel and Tupac was in the passenger seat in 1996 when they were ambushed. The car was hit with bullets on the Vegas strip.
The car has been restored but indentations are visible inside the door panels from bullets.
After the murder, Vegas PD impounded it and the car was auctioned off. It changed hands several times before finding its most recent owner.
As if things couldn't get worse. First, Remy Ma’s diss track “shETHER” just KILT Minaj, and now her apparel collection has been discontinued at Kmart.
Billboard reports that Nicki’s partnership with the retailer has come to end after a three-year run. News broke on Saturday (Feb. 25) via social media when @KmartFashions tweeted, “Due to a dramatic decrease in sales, Nicki Minaj’s clothing line will soon be discontinued.”
A rep from Kmart further confirmed to Billboard that their partnership with the Queen Barbz has indeed ended.
“Kmart is thrilled that we were the first retail partner to create a custom apparel line for Nicki Minaj,” said the rep. “From the development of the line, to showcasing it in stores, to designing exclusive capsule collections, we have enjoyed a positive relationship with Nicki Minaj and her team over the last three years. As our partnership came to a close in 2016, we would like to thank Nicki Minaj for being a great partner and wish her continued success in her future endeavors.”
Kmart’s website shows that almost all of clothing from Nicki’s collection are on sale, including joggers, mini-skirts, crop tops, jeans. Many of the items have been marked down at 40 percent off retail price.
Taylor, who has previously moved to trademark phrases that range from inarguably Taylor-penned to phrases definitely previously said by others (“Party Like It’s 1989,” “This Sick Beat,” “‘Cause We Never Go Out of Style,” “Could Show You Incredible Things,” “Nice to Meet You. Where You Been?,” and later “and I’ll write your name,” “Swiftmas” and “1989”), now owns the rights to “Swifties,” the name for her fandom, as well.
The team that managers Taylor’s intellectual property, TAS Rights Management LLC, filed for a number of trademarks pertaining to the words “Swiftie” and “Swifties” the week of February 15, TM tracker Trademark Ninja reports, along with a copy of the applications. The site also notes that there’s a UK-specific roadblock, as a UK fashion company already trademarked “Swiftie” there in 2015.
Taylor found herself on the other end of a trademark infringement lawsuit back in 2014, when a clothing company called Lucky 13 sued her for alleged unauthorized use of the company’s trademarks, claiming they contacted her team several times and received no response. Swift gave a deposition but avoided a trial by settling the case in 2015, Rolling Stone reported, and subsequently applied those lessons learned with some aggressive, preventative trademarking of her own.
And since Taylor’s latest trademark move is specific to the widely accepted “ie” spelling of Swifties, that means this Etsy user can continue to sell their engraved, 100% fine cow leather “I’m a Swifty” bracelet to 1989 stans.
Remy Ma just released a Nicki Minaj diss song titled "shETHER." While Nicki and Remy's issues have been going on for a while, this track comes in response to Nicki's recent verse on Gucci Mane's new song "Make Love," where she popped off some shots in Remy's direction.
In various interviews, Remy has been very vocal that the industry pits women against each other. So Remy took the high road and avoided any direct beef between the two, but there was still plenty of speculation and what many inter-webers perceived to be subliminal shots.
Remy dropped a few bars focusing on the rumor of Nicki Minaj having a surgically-enhanced ass with the following line:
“I don’t think y’all understand how bad her ass got/The implants that she had put in her ass popped/I was like damn 90 days and you couldn’t have box/Did she at least compensate by giving you mad top/Her name Minaj right she ain’t throw you some mad thots.”
Accusations of Nicki using a ghostwriter also came up, as Remy rhymed, “Niggas done seen Drake penning Wayne penning/And since your first boyfriend left bitch ain’t winning.”
There are many more gems in this diss track that you can hear below:
Marcus Clark, a stylist for Niykee Heaton’s “Bad Intentions” video, has hit Migos with a lawsuit claiming they stole $20,000 worth of clothes from the video shoot last year.
According to Clark’s suit (via TMZ), Migos allegedly stole three Enfants Riches Déprimés shirts worth $18,138, and two pairs of vintage sunglasses (Versace and Les Copains) worth $700.
The stylist claims that he contacted the artists several time to retrieve the shirts but haven’t gotten a reply. The closest he got was a text from Migos’ manager saying “That’s over wit.”
Clark is so angry over the situation that he’s suing for the clothes and he’s seeking over $1 million in damages.
Ally Brooke is the latest member of Fifth Harmony to team up with an outside producer, teaming up with Lost Kings. On Wednesday, the Los Angeles-based EDM duo shared a snapshot of Brooke in the studio with them.
“Look at what we up to…” they captioned a black-and-white photo, the color version of which Brooke shared on her own Instagram.
Brooke’s studio session with Lost Kings comes after former group member Camila Cabello‘s collaboration with Cashmere Cat (“Love Incredible”), as well as Lauren Jauregui‘s work with Steve Aoki.
Clarkson announced last June 2016 that her next LP will be the bluesy record she’s been dying to make for years, gives a nod to her big-voiced American Idol roots with “Love Goes On,” a new duet released today (February 24) with Aloe Blacc. Straight from the soundtrack for The Shack, which hits theaters on March 3, the song is wistful soul at its most relaxed and powerful, and includes harmonizing that’s as warm as dusk sun.
“In my dreams you would come to me / Through the door, like before / When I wake, every breath I take / Is for you, that would do,” Clarkson croons alongside breezy percussion and assenting guitar strums.
Clarkson told Entertainment Weekly in September 2016 that recording her new album had awakened her inbuilt musical instincts, and that she’d even begun to surprise herself with how naturally she’d been laying down tracks.
“Well, I’ve actually always wanted to make this album and I just haven’t been able to,” she said. “While it is still pop, it’s way more soulful. Even the producers that have worked with with me before, Greg Kurstin and Jesse Shatkin, [are amazed]. I literally just got a long email from Jesse going, ‘Oh my gosh! Why have you not made this record yet?’ Because the sound is so innate in me.”
Beyonce has just canceled her show at Coachella, because her pregnancy makes it just dangerous.
"Doctor's orders" are the reason for bailing on the festival. She performed at the Grammys less than 2 weeks ago, but was seated for most of it. Obviously, doctors don't think it would be wise to even attempt that kind of low-impact performance at Coachella 2 months from now.
Sources say they are now looking for a replacement, and Beyonce says she'll be back to headline in 2018.