CLC has released a teaser for the music video of “Distance”
“Distance” is a third track on CLC’s latest EP “Black Dress” and is a song that follows the desperate feelings of a person as they try to get closer to someone they care for, only for that someone to draw a line and push them away.
The full music video will be released on April 3 at 9 p.m. KST.
Tink is back to making music after being freed from her former label and after months of negotiations, disagreements and album delays.
Pain & Pleasure is available on all major streaming services as of this year.
It's admittedly sad to see Tink parti ways with super producer Timbaland, but ultimately, it's for the best. Her free-agent status becomes her, and Pain & Pleasure is a testament to her artistic maturity. Check out the six song EP, which is sure to please old fans and newcomers alike.
Elon Musk made headlines earlier this week when he deleted the official SpaceX and Tesla pages from Facebook. Musk made certain to clarify that he didn’t make the decision for political reasons, but rather because Facebook gives him “the willies.”
Today, Musk announced that he has reached out to Facebook and offered to buy every share of the company, effectively making him the sole owner of the social media platform. Musk was speaking to a gathering of SpaceX and Tesla investors and told the group even though he has deep misgivings about the site, he’d “do humanity a favor” and buy it.
“I’ve got some cash to burn, so if Zuck wants to make a deal, he knows where to find me,” Musk told investors. “I’d make him a fair offer.”
Musk then showed a PowerPoint presentation that detailed in great length what his plan for Facebook would be.
“You know, when I told some close confidantes about this idea of mine, they all wanted to know what I’d do with Facebook,” Musk explained. “And as much as I know people like to use it as the Internet’s premier ex-girlfriend or boyfriend stalking platform, I think I have much better solution, and I mean better for the species, if not our entire planet.”
Musk showed the investors in the room an animated video that detailed his plans for Facebook. The video shows a SpaceX Falcon rocket blasting off into the sky. At one point the two solid boosters fall off and glide on a precise path down to the landing pad. Both rockets land perfectly square, and one ends up resting gently on a big red button labeled “DELETE.”
“And you can see that the second side booster would end up pressing the delete button,” Musk said. “Which would send a proton torpedo down the exhaust port of Facebook’s headquarters, triggering a chain reaction that should destroy the platform.”
The FYF Fest will be headlined by Janet Jackson and Florence + The Machine.
Taking place over two days on July 21 and July 22 at Exposition Park in Los Angeles, other performers at the 2018 FYF Fest will include Future, St. Vincent, The xx, Kali Uchis, Daniel Caesar, Skepta, Amber Mark, The Internet and more.
Tickets for the festival go on sale April 6 at 12 p.m. PST and will be available on the FYF Fest site. Single day general admission passes begin at $149, while two-day general admission passes will be available for $249.
Jackson remained busy in 2017, touring the United States and Canada on her State of the World Tour. The trek, which began on Sept. 7, 2017 in Lafayette, La., wrapped up on Dec. 17, 2017 in Atlanta, Ga. The tour was originally known as the Unbreakable World Tour before Jackson was forced to postpone the remaining dates in March 2017.
Big Freedia is back with her new EP and sound! “This is the new 2018 bounce of Big Freedia,” the New Orleans native said of the upcoming project, titled Third Ward Bounce. The first single, “Rent,” was released Friday (March 30).
“I’m excited about the whole project because I’ve been working with some new producers and topliners,” she explained. “We’ve just been putting in a lot of work to make it fun, New and exciting. I’ve even been working with some new musical instruments to keep growing the sound of bounce.” And to get that sound to the masses the artist already has a scheduling of tours through fall. In May and June she’ll be in Europe. She also recently made her acting debut in the film Heart, Baby.
“I’ve broken down barriers and opened doors for bounce; I have laid the blueprint and it’s now time for them to follow,” she said. “But [to collaborate]? No, it’s too much hate."
The release is the lead single from Third Ward Bounce, set to drop June 1. “This is my first EP on my first major deal,” Freedia explained. “I’m with Asylum Records now.”
SZA is back with the latest visual from her d debut album, CTRL, called "Broken Clocks."
The video is directed by SZA and Dave Free. SZA has said before that "Broken Clocks" is actually her favorite on her dense album. Her dad feels the same way, and was captured crying to the track.
Earlier this month, she announced that there's a deluxe edition of CTRL on the way, that will feature at least six additional bonus tracks.
Ne-Yo drops “Push Back,” featuring Bebe Rexha and Stefflon Don.
The dance-ready banger finds the R&B gentleman bustin’ moves in the club. “Push back when I jump behind it,” he sings. “Baby, let me know you like it / Tonight, let’s give them something to see.”
“There will definitely be some pop songs on this album, but there will also be some R&B songs on this album,” Ne-Yo told “The Breakfast Club” last year. “I’m one of the few artists that, my fans have allowed me to jump genres. I can do pop. I can do R&B. I can go over here and do a song with a Spanish artist or country artist, and my fans have allowed it. If they’re allowing me to do it, why not do it?”
In addition to Bebe Rexha and Stefflon Don, 2 Chainz, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Eric Bellinger, and Romeo Santos are set to appear on Good Man. The album is due June 8.
More details are developing in the domestic assault allegations against Brooklyn rap legend Fabolous after longtime girlfriend Emily B. accused him of some serious physical abuse earlier this month and it doesn’t look good for Spizz.
According to a Englewood, New Jersey police report, Fabolous, whose real name is John Jackson, “became enraged” after he found out via IG that his Love and Hip Hop girlfriend was in L.A. at the same time that he was.
The police report says that when Fab returned home from Los Angeles, he punched Emily in the face several times, knocking out her two front teeth.
According to an affidavit of probable cause, while on the flight back from Los Angeles, the victim told police that Fab, said via text he wanted to hit her in the head with a baseball bat and that he would kill her but he “did not want to go out like that.”
Fab turned himself in at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday on charges of domestic dispute and making a terroristic threat. He has since been released from police custody.
On Thursday night (March 29), the Weeknd dropped a surprise EP My Dear Melancholy, and now he just released two new music videos for the project.
The first, for "Call Out My Name" — a track rumored to be about Selena Gomez, and the second, for "Try Me," which is a similarly moody, abstract track.
Like Taylor Swift's recently debuted "Delicate" video, also released early on Friday (March 20), the visuals are both styled vertically.
My Dear Melancholy follows the Weeknd's Grammy-winning 2016 album, Starboy. It features production from Daft Punk’s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, Gesaffelstein, Mike WiLL Made-It, Skrillex, and Frank Dukes. A physical version of the EP will be released on April 13.
Watch the music video for "Call Out My Name" here, and "Try Me" here.
Cardi B just released her new single, "Be Careful" last night, ahead of her much-anticipated debut album, Invasion of Privacy.
The track, produced by Frank Dukes, Boi-1da and Vinylz, seems to be referencing her fiancé, Offset's, cheating, as she rhymes that she wants to get married and be like "Currys, Steph and Ayesha shit/But we more like Belly, Tommy and Keisha shit."
Cardi's album, Invasion of Privacy, is due out April 6. Take a listen to "Be Careful" below and check out what Twitter had to say about it.