Tomorrow X Together returned on Monday (June 29) with their official music video for “Eternally” from their second EP, The Dream Chapter: ETERNITY, as a surprise for fans.
“Eternally” is the sixth and final track of The Dream Chapter: ETERNITY, and thematically follows “an unknown presence that leads the boys through repeated nightmares as they question the unnameable emotions they have come to bear.”
The new music video is nearly 20 minutes long! It’s separated into seven sections, each with its own sub-plot.
Kanye West is back with new music, which also features Travis Scott, called “Wash Us In The Blood” .
This is the first song released from Kanye West‘s upcoming tenth solo studio album God’s Country, which was just announced this week.
“Wash Us In The Blood” is being offered for pre-order on in a variety of different formats including a 12 inch picture disc, 7 inch red vinyl, red cassette, CD and a standalone digital single; all featuring artwork by Arthur Jafa.
Beyonce surprises fans with the announcement of her new visual album, Black Is King.
Beyonce released a one-minute trailer for the visual album -- which is also being described as a film -- on her website Saturday night (June 27), giving fans a sneak peek into the Lion King-inspired release.
Black Is King will premiere globally through Disney Plus on July 31. The debut arrives approximately one year after the theatrical release of the Lion King remake, which featured Beyonce as the voice for Nala.
Black Is King is based on the music from The Lion King: The Gift, Beyonce's 2019 soundtrack for the animated film. The set featured appearances by Childish Gambino, Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, Jay-Z and Blue Ivy Carter.
The upcoming film, which has been in production for a year, aims to reimagine lessons from The Lion King for "today’s young kings and queens in search of their own crowns," according to an announcement from Disney and Beyoncé’s Parkwood Entertainment.
The visual album will highlight "the voyages of Black families, throughout time" and tell the story of "a young king’s transcendent journey through betrayal, love and self-identity," the release added. "Black Is King is an affirmation of a grand purpose, with lush visuals that celebrate Black resilience and culture."
Black Is King will star Beyonce and feature appearances by other artists who contributed to The Lion King: The Gift.
Watch the film's trailer below.
A total of 1.65 million fans tuned in for the premiere of BLACKPINK's new song 'How You Like That', breaking a record set by fellow K-pop stars BTS in February.
The highly-anticipated track marked the band's return after a year-long hiatus.
How You Like That is billed as a "pre-single" that sets the scene for the band's first full-length studio album, due in September.
The video premiere was preceded by an hour-long Q&A with the bandThe band are set to perform the song for the first time on Jimmy Fallon's US chat show on Friday, 26 June.
The quartet are also the most-subscribed music group on YouTube, with 37.5 million followers who call themselves "Blinks".
How You Like That premiered on their VLive and YouTube channels at 10:00 BST on Friday.
The audience narrowly eclipsed a record set by BTS earlier this year, when the premiere of their video On attracted 1.54 million concurrent viewers.
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.)
Check out the sunny video for "Stay Gold" below.
Lady Gaga announced on Friday (June 26) that amid the global health crisis, which has caused all musical artists to postpone or cancel their tours, her rescheduled tour dates for her 'Chromatica Ball' Tour.
“The Chromatica Ball is officially moving to Summer 2021! We’ve been working hard to figure out the safest and soonest way to bring this show to you, but most importantly want everyone to be healthy and able to dance together at the shows as we always have,” she wrote on Twitter.
Demi Lovato is a guest star in the new Netflix movie Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga and she has a song in it.
Demi plays a singer in Iceland who is the favorite to win the Icelandic Song Contest and earn a spot in the Eurovision Song Contest. She does win, but something happens and her spot is given to Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams‘ characters, who are the laughing stock of the nation.
You can listen to the song below via YouTube and download the full soundtrack now on iTunes.
B. Simone’s, Baby Girl: Manifest the Life You Want. came under great scrutiny after the internet found out she plagiarized portions of her newly released book, some sections word-for-word.
The book became the center of a plagiarism scandal when a content creator revealed that the B.S. stole her work. “It’s been brought to my attention that @thebsimone is selling a book with MY content in it WORD FOR WORD. She is making a profit off of plagiarized content of smaller content creators and calls herself an entrepreneur,” Boston lifestyle influencer, Ell, wrote on Instagram. “Here’s a shot of MY content and then Her book… This is not entrepreneurship. It’s disgusting.”
The Wild ‘n Out star got dragged up-and-down Black Twitter for this revelation.
B. Simone recently uploaded a video on IGTV saying that she’s taking full accountability and is righting her wrongs with the small creators whose work was stolen.
“I had a vision to create a book for young women to change their mindset and have them manifest because that is how I feel I became successful in life,” Simone continued. “Me and my team outsourced. We hired a team that we trusted. That we thought could bring my vision to life and they did a lot of things without my knowledge.”
She explained that the situation is now a legal issue and couldn’t talk too much about it.
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.
Impactful moments from the last three years include Lovato's relapse that led to a 2018 overdose and subsequent hospitalization, as well as her recent musical comeback.
The new project is directed by Michael D. Ratner and produced by OBB Pictures. At this time, it is unclear when the docuseries will be released.
"I realized that over time as the things with the eating disorder were getting bad, over the years it progressively got worse… It led me to being really, really unhappy. My bulimia got really bad," she explained. "I asked for help and I didn't receive the help that I needed. So here I am, sober, and I'm thinking to myself, 'I'm six years sober but I'm miserable. I'm even more miserable than when I was drinking, why am I sober?' "
Kira Koasarin releases new track called “FaceTime”, from her upcoming EP.
Kira has previously released the songs “First Love Never Lasts” and “Something To Look Forward To“.
“I considered holding off on releasing music during this crisis, but in my feelings of helplessness I realized if I have one thing to offer, it’s songs that help us to feel our feelings. I hope this musical offering brings you any small amount of peace, joy, or distraction,” Kira previously said about releasing new music during quarantine.