Kehlani’s new mixtape While We Wait is out now.
The new project follows up 2017’s SweetSexySavage, and features previously released singles “Nunya” (feat. Dom Kennedy), “Butterfly,” and “Nights Like This” (feat. Ty Dolla $ign). In addition to Ty, the new tape also features assists from Musiq Soulchild and Baltimore rapper 6LACK. A music video for “Nunya” is out now, along with a science fiction-inspired visual for “Nights Like This,” which stars Kehlani and Ty Dolla $ign as scientists working on a robot. According to one of Kehlani’s tweets, she started and finished the mixtape in a single month.
In the time since SweetSexySavage, Kehlani has worked on records with a variety of artists, including Stormzy (“Cigarettes and Cush”) and Cardi B (“Ring”), as well as released a host of one-off tracks (“Again,” “Already Won,” “Honey“) as non-album singles. Tomorrow (February 23), Kehlani is setting up promotional pop-up shops in Oakland, Los Angeles, New York, London, Tokyo, and Sydney, all of which will be selling exclusive merch. At nine songs, While We Wait also works as a teaser for Kehlani’s eventual second full-length studio album, which is rumored to be in the works. While you wait, stream While We Wait below.
Adam Lambert will release "Feel Something" on Thursday night (Feb. 21) at 9 p.m. PT, the singer announced on social media.
"This was written about me climbing out of the low period, defying my disillusionment, owning my needs, and opening my heart. The life of a bachelor can be a laugh, with plenty of flings, but after a while it starts to feel empty," he wrote in an Instagram post. "I felt numb -- and though I wanted to fall in love, I knew I wasn't ready."
The song is off of his upcoming album and will usher in his new era of "taking responsibility" for his "own happiness and strength, and searching for intimacy."
Lambert also thanked Queen, with whom he has been touring for recharging him with "tons of positive energy." He was also sure to thank the "spirit of Freddie Mercury" for inspiring him "to push ahead bodly."
Rachel Crow has released her music video for her song “Up All Night”.
The 21-year-old singer told Nylon that she hated the video’s initial edit. She said, “I was down and out; crying, and I wasn’t even angry… I thought I looked really amazing on the day [of shooting], I saw the monitors. I couldn’t believe that I looked like that in front of people or that anyone saw that angle of me all day. I was mortified and embarrassed.”
In a world full of pressure where young people try to look like models and social media stars, Rachel is sharing how she learned to love herself.
“We need to stop looking at these beautiful women [on social media] who are editing themselves for this version of something we’ll never be able to touch. We’re not trying to get there. We’re just trying to be 100 percent ourselves,” she said.
“I’m really short, and my legs are maybe two feet long,” she added with a laugh. “And that’s okay, because that’s who I am. I just want people to see that I’m proud of myself for this, and I want them to feel proud of themselves.”
A new, fan-created database dedicated to BTS will launch following weeks.
Announced today, a day-by-day historical archive of BTS' career known as Armypedia, stylized in all capitals, will launch on Monday (Feb. 25). A crowd sourced memory depository, fans from around the globe can participate in its creation through March 24 via a global scavenger hunt.
“Get ready for the archive of all things BTS, made by ARMY!” tweeted the official Armypedia Twitter account today, referring to BTS’ fandom, ARMY. The twitter account featured Armypedia’s slogan, "BTS' record created together by ARMY."
Fans will be able to hunt down 2,080 puzzle pieces that will be spread throughout the world and in digital spaces, and access the site via QR codes. People who find the codes will be able to input information relating to each of the 2,080 days between BTS’ debut on June 13, 2013 through Feb. 21. ARMY’s who participate will be rewarded in reward points usable on the online store of BTS’ company, Big Hit Entertainment.
The word “Armypedia” trended worldwide on Twitter today as BTS’ fans celebrated its announcement. Later in the day, Twitter unveiled an emoji for the hashtag featuring Armypedia’s purple icon, a riff on BTS’ own logo.
Armypedia was announced just days after BTS revealed their upcoming Love Yourself: Speak Yourself stadium tour.
Jussie has turned himself in and is under arrest. He's been processed and will be taken in custody to the courthouse where he will be going to bond court at 1:30 PM CT. He will either post bond or be released on his own recognizance. He will not enter a plea.
The Police Superintendent just expressed his outrage at Jussie Smollett for allegedly betraying the African American and LGBT communities to further his career in a "publicity stunt." The Superintendent just said Smollett created the ruse because "he was dissatisfied with his salary."
The Superintendent also said the wounds on Smollett were most likely "self-inflicted."
The Superintendent also said Jussie sent a "false letter" -- presumably the letter that was sent to Fox Studios 8 days before the incident.
Jayden Bartels just released her latest single “You, Not Him” and you need to hear it.
“I love you so much! Thank you for your endless support,” Jayden wrote on her Instagram story after the song dropped.
Jayden also shared a lyric video for the heartfelt song about making a mistake with a past relationship and she directed it herself!
Carly Rae Jepsen took to Twitter on Wednesday (Feb. 20) to announce that she will be releasing new music soon.
Jepsen, “Now That I Found You” will drop in one week, on Feb. 27.
“One week til #NowThatIFoundYou,” the tweet read along with a visual of the “Party for One” songstress dressed in a bold brown, patterned pantsuit, leaning back on an animated boombox.
Earlier this month, fans were treated to an exclusive sneak peek of the new track when a snippet premiered in the announcement for the third season of Netflix's Queer Eye on the show’s official Instagram account.
Kira Kosarin announcing the release date for her debut album.
The 20-year-old singer and actress posted four dates on her Twitter today for fans, telling them they might want to bookmark them.
Kira‘s album is due out on April 10th as per her post, and the other March dates are probably the release of her singles and video(s)?
Jussie Smollett has just been indicted for a felony for filing a false police report, and faces possibly 3 years in prison.
A Cook County Grand Jury handed down the indictment late Wednesday, after grand jurors heard testimonies and evaluated evidence.
Ola and Abel Osundairo who are the 2 brothers that told Grand Jurors they staged the so-called "attack" at Jussie's behest and even got paid for it. The brothers were caught on camera buying a bunch of supplies before the incident ... including ski masks, gloves, bandanas, sunglasses and red hats.
Although police officially called Jussie a "victim" until recently, multiple law enforcement sources have told us the police had real doubts about Jussie's story early on. They found it weird he kept the rope around his neck for 42 minutes after the "attack," and were suspicious when he took them to the scene and immediately pointed to a camera which he said captured the incident. Turns out, the camera was pointed in the wrong direction.
Abel and Ola told police they drove with Jussie in the days prior to the incident scouting a location and even rehearsed the "attack."
Law enforcement believes Jussie timed the "attack" for January 29 because he knew the Osundairo brothers were leaving for Nigeria that day.
Brian Justin Crum who was part of the 12 remaining final acts in America’s Got Talent: The Champions, has just released a brand new single called “Circles.”
“We go over and over again we just can’t get this right… One more time till I let this go,” Brian captioned with his Instagram post. “CIRCLES is OUT NOW! Co written by @cameroneneilson Produced by @shayonmusic”
Brian‘s new single “Circles” is also available on Spotify and download on iTunes now!