GFRIEND held a press conference to celebrate their comeback. The new mini album 'Song of the Sirens”, will be the second part of their “回” series, and will tell the story of a girl who finds her resolve weakening in front of temptation. If “回: Labyrinth” had expressed the complicated emotions of a girl standing in front of a choice that had to be made, this new album is set to follow the emotions of feeling like one made the right choice, but finding that certainty wavering at the thought of a different path.
On Sunday (July 5), Blackpink released a brand new dance video for their comeback single "How You Like That."
In the video the K-pop girl nails the choreography from the swaggering track's music video, wearing matching black outfits against a pale pink background. "
BTS just released their music video for their Japanese single "Stay Gold" on Friday (June 26).
"Stay Gold" serves as the lead single for BTS' upcoming fourth Japanese studio album, Map of the Soul: 7 ~ The Journey ~, which is set to be released July 15 via Big Hit Entertainment. The LP will also include Japanese versions of the band's litany of recent hits like "Boy With Luv," "Dionysus," "On" and "Fake Love," as well as two other original Japanese-language offerings: "Your Eyes Tell" and "Lights." ("Stay Gold," meanwhile, also serves as the theme song for Japanese TV drama Spiral Labyrinth -- DNA Science.)
YouTube and Demi Lovato have join forces agin for a four-part docuseries.
YouTube announced the project, which is currently unnamed, Thursday, saying it will follow the singer, 27, as she shows fans her personal and musical journey over the past three years.
Bebe Rexha's Rexhars have been itching for another album since 2018's Expectations. However, the star revealed on Thursday (July 9) that the wait is going to extend a bit longer.
In a "Message to all my loves" shared to her social media accounts, Rexha wrote: "I know my fans are super fustrated [sic] because they want new music. I promise you my team and I have been working harder than ever. Every day, every single week. We havent [sic] stopped."
Dua Lipa has a new music video out for her single “Hallucinate”, which is inspired by everything from 1960s underground Zap! Comix.
“Hallucinate” is the latest track lifted from Lipa’s hit sophomore album Future Nostalgia, following “Don’t Start Now," “Physical” and “Break My Heart."
Jenna Mourey, a celebrity YouTuber known online as Jenna Marbles, just announced she's quilting her youtube channel, which has more than 20 million subscribers. Since starting her channel in 2010, Mourey has been one of the biggest YouTubers on the platform and was the most subscribed-to female YouTuber for several years.
Chloe x Halle‘s new album Ungodly Hour has finally been released.
While making the album, Halle told Teen Vogue that they were “so excited to just flip the narrative of being the perfect angel and show the other side[s] of us…. The dark side, the naughty side, the things that happen that you don’t see behind the scenes.”
Naya Rivera has been missing for just about 24 hours after boating with her four-year-old son Josey on Lake Piru in California. Josey was found safe on the boat but said his mom did not come back after a swim. She is presumed dead at this time.
Now, the Ventura County Sheriff has provided an update on the steps they have taken to try and find her in the vast lake area.
Sec. of State Mike Pompeo said that the U.S. would "certainly look at" banning Chinese social media apps including short-form video app TikTok over national security and privacy concerns.
Usher released his self-directed "I Cry" video on the Fourth of July, hoping to spark the conversation of change.
The video includes black and white visuals and photography by Gordon Parks. With Usher facing the camera, various shots from Parks, including those of children crying and protestors holding signs against police brutality, pop up on the screen.
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billboard hot 100
1: TROLLZ 6ix9ine & Nicki Minaj
2: Rockstar DaBaby Featuring Roddy Ricch
3: Savage Megan Thee Stallion Featuring Beyonce
4: Blinding Lights The Weeknd
5: Say So Doja Cat feat. Niki Minaj
6: Rain On Me Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande
7: Don't Start Now Dua Lipa
8: Intentions Justin Bieber Featuring Quavo
9: The Box Roddy Ricch
10: Roses SAINt JHN
FROM BILLBOARD TOP 100 | 07/13/20