Lana Del Rey dropped her 'Doin' Time' music video Thursday (Aug. 29).
The visuals pays homage to the schlocky 1958 Nathan Hertz-directed drive-in cult classic Attack of the 50 Foot Woman, with a gigantic LDR walking across L.A. plucking palm tress out of the ground like blades of grass, taking sips from water towers, stepping gingerly over freeways and checking her lipstick in office tower windows.
The track will be included on the singer's Norman Fucking Rockwell! album, due out tomorrow (Aug. 30), comes a week after Rey released the Lee-directed clips for "Fuck it, I love you" and "The Greatest."
The video features an extended orchestral interlude where massive LDR does a balletic dance on the beach and blasts sand at the drive-in denizens, before stepping off the screen to teach the cheating chump a lesson.
Bring The Soul: The Movie, documentary had the widest-ever release for an event cinema title by selling 2.55 million tickets across 112 territories around the world.
Filmed last year, Bring The Soul: The Movie is both a discussion between the group members and a series of performances from the Love Yourselfworld tour that collectively tell a story about the idea and atmosphere of the concert. After its August 7 release, the film grossed $24.3 million worldwide, even by playing in 5,000 movie theaters on a limited engagement. Their third film, Bring The Soul: The Movie has become their biggest. Prior to that, Burn The Stage: The Movie set records lastyear by grossing $18.5 million. So basically, BTS just broke their ownrecord.
BTS recently became the first-ever winners of the Best K-Pop award at the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards, even though fans accuse MTV of creating the category for views. The band is also launching a TV show drama next year. This follows the release of their game, BTS World. These guys are literally unstoppable.
The Backstreet Boys and Steve Aoki have revealed they're releasing new music, a song titled "Let It Be Me," on Friday, Sept. 6.
The collaboration was announced Monday night (Aug. 26) on the artists' social media pages, where they shared a poster-worthy photo of all six of them -- Aoki alongside Kevin Richardson, Howie Dorough, AJ McClean, Nick Carter and Brian Littrell -- and some bandmate banter.
"Introducing the 6th Backstreet Boy," the group wrote on Instagram. Aoki commented on the post that he's "honored. "Can’t wait to drop this," he added.
On his own Instagram page, Aoki, who had hinted at a potential collab last year, teased the news as well: "Can I be the 6th member?"
Saturday Night Live‘s upcoming season is not playing! The first three weeks alone have the top musical guest in the industry and to end 2019 with a bang....Eddie Murphy will be the host!
Billie Eilish will be making her SNL debut on September 28 on the season premiere as the musical guest for host Woody Harrelson‘s episode.
Taylor Swift will return to the SNL stage on October 5 to be the musical guest alongside host Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
Camila Cabello is the musical guest for October 12 with host David Harbour.
Kristen Stewart will host the November 2 episode and Eddie Murphy will wrap up 2019 with the December 21 episode.
When MTV announced this year’s categories, the company faced immediate backlash from K-pop fans. Instead of nominating BTS in the main categories, the MTV VMA’s introduced a Best K-pop category. EXO, NCT 127, Blackpink, TXT, MONSTA X, and BTS were all nominated. K-pop fans were not happy and accused the awards ceremony of being racist and xenophobic.
BTS’s “Boy With Luv” music video has over 514 million views on YouTube and it was only released in April 2019. The song is also a certified platinum hit. Their album Map of the Soul: Persona was recently certified gold. Despite this success, the group was kept out of major categories like Video of the Year and Artist of the Year.
In 2019, BTS won two Billboard Music Awards, became the first group since the Beatles to have three Billboard No. 1 albums in less than a year, and sold out Wembley Stadium in London. The “Boy With Luv” music video broke three Guinness World Records for “most viewed YouTube video in 24 hours,” “most viewed YouTube music video in 24 hours,” and “most viewed YouTube music video in 24 hours by a K-pop group.” There is no doubt BTS earned a place in the major categories, but MTV shut them out.
CNCO made the announcement about their third EP, Que Quienes Somos! – which translates to “Who are we?” – this week.
The seven-song project is due on October 11.
“We’ve been working on this for months, this is our little baby,” Christopher Velez told EW. “We wrote around 85 percent of it and we’re really happy about that. We can’t wait for our fans to hear it.”
In addition, CNCO has released a new song called “Ya Tu Sabes,” which translates to “You Already Know.” The romantic track, which includes a sample of Celia Cruz’s “Rie Y Llora,” has a Cuban salsa vibe.
Listen to “Ya Tu Sabes” now, and pre-order Que Quienes Somos on Apple Music!
VH1's "Black Ink Crew" star Alex Robinson is suing "Black Ink Crew" star Ceasar Emanuel and Emanuel's costar/cousin, Teddy Ruks, for battery when he got jumped him back in October 2018.
Robinson says they physically attacked him and that the fight left him with permanent pain and disability. He wants more than a million dollars.
Things got heated between Alex and Ceasar last season during a pre-wedding party for Young Bae. While cameras were filming you see Ceasar pummel Alex while Teddy comes from behind and joins the attack.
Days later, cameras followed Alex being rushed to the hospital where doctors told him he suffered significant tendon and ligament damage to his back.
Ceasar admits on camera hiring a P.I. to follow Alex to determine if he was faking the injury. Ceasar said the P.I. confirmed the injuries were real, and he felt terrible about practically putting Alex out of business ... since he can no longer sit and tattoo anymore. Ceasar said he was told Alex can't even pick up his son anymore.
Many fans wrote in to the show also confirming that Alex didn't deserve the beating he got
Bea Miller and Jessie Reyez join forces on a new track called “Feels Like Home” on Friday (August 23).
“Feels Like Home” is the first of several new collaborations Bea will release over the next few weeks.
The song sees the two artists joining together for the first time.
The music video for the track was directed by Phillip Soulliere, and co-directed by Bea Miller for the first time, and tells stories of a lesbian couple and a Polyamorous couple through various stages of their relationships, “from the honeymoon phase, to inevitable conflict and ultimately the grand redemption of knowing it was all meant to be.”
Watch the music video for “Feels Like Home” inside…
Travis Scott is taking his fans on a journey through his rise to stardom in the new Netflix documentary Travis Scott: Look Mom I Can Fly. Moments from Travis' childhood are interwoven with footage from the lead up to ASTROWORLD. The film is set to be released on August 28th.
In Real Life‘s new album She Do dropped on Friday (August 23).
It features 11 tracks, including “She Do,” which they also just released the music video for.
Watch In Real Life‘s “She Do” video and listen to their album on Apple Music.