Dove Cameron just released her new song “So Good”.
The 23-year-old entertainer is prepping her debut solo album and until then, she has been releasing songs like this one, “Waste”, and “Bloodshot.”
Dove raved about the new track on her Instagram. “eeeep! so good already out in some territories! she’s a halloween baby!! #sogood for everyone else it drops at midnight tonight in your time zoneee.”
Ariana Grande releases a sneak peek of the full Charlie’s Angels soundtrack.
Grande curated and executive produced the soundtrack for the upcoming film, which stars Naomi Scott, Kristen Stewart and Ella Balinska.
Earlier this month, Ariana thanked everyone involved and hype up the record on Instagram: “The charlie’s angels soundtrack is available for preorder now ! excited and honored to have so many phenomenal, bad ass mf women involved in this incredibly special project. we’re all so excited for you to hear this poppy, mildly trappy at times, action filled, dream of a soundtrack. these songs are so right for this film! this has been such a unique and exciting experience for me and i’m so excited to see it and scream whenever i hear all my friends’ voices.”
Video was posted of Bhad Bhabie and Woah Vicky fighting in the studio on Wednesday (October 30). The two have been beefing as far back as 2018 when another video surfaced of Bhad Bhabie fighting Woah Vicky in the street while controversial internet figure Lil Tay stood by.
Danielle says Vicky had a firm grip on her hair, but Woah Vicky never landed a clean punch on her face, and thus -- did NOT win this round. In fact, DB seems to suggest she actually won the fight by getting hands on Vicky.
Bhad Bhabie says the fellas in the room got in her way -- specifically the dude in the gray sweatsuit who literally held her back -- and prevented Danielle from
Justin Bieber promised to release a new album before Christmas... on one condition.
It's been nearly five years since the "Sorry" singer released his mega-successful Purpose album, but over the weekend, he sent fans into a frenzy when he took to Instagram to make a very big promise and share a post that read: "If this gets 20 million likes, Justin Bieber will release an album before Christmas."
In the caption, he added, "Share it, like it, post in your story, I gotta see the demand ;) love you guys pumped for it! Iâm almost done but your support will make me move faster."
Many industry friends, like DJ Khaled, Kris Jenner and Patrick Schwarzenegger, also supported him in the comments section.
MLB has BANNED Julia Rose and Lauren Summer for flashing their boobs during Monday night's World Series game.
The incident -- caught by TV cameras -- went down in the 7th inning of Game 5 of the WS between the Nationals and Astros in Washington D.C.
Julia Rose and Lauren Summer -- who have 2.8 and 1.5 million followers on Instagram, respectively -- were seen lifting their shirts up as Gerrit Cole prepared to throw a pitch.
The game was briefly held up ... and security apprehended Rose and Summer and escorted them from their seats.
Rose and Summer's accomplice, Kayla Lauren (also a model), claims the women were taken to police headquarters ... before being released.
Rose posted a letter she says she got from Major League Baseball ... that banned her from MLB events. The three have said it's completely UNFAIR for them to be banned for life while men have been going topless at sporting events for decades!
All 3 women say their proud supporters of the "Free the Nipple" campaign and all work (and pose) for a magazine that promotes topless equality and sexuality.
Music streaming giant Spotify on Monday that it grew its user base to 113 million premium, or paid, subscribers and 248 million total active monthly users as of the end of September. That compared with 108 million premium and 232 million total active monthly users as of the end of June, 100 million premium and 217 million monthly users as of the end of March and 96 million and 75 million, respectively, as of the end of 2018.
"We continue to feel very good about our competitive position in the market. Relative to Apple, the publicly available data shows that we are adding roughly twice as many subscribers per month as they are. Additionally, we believe that our monthly engagement is roughly two times as high and our churn is at half the rate. Elsewhere, our estimates imply that we continue to add more users on an absolute basis than Amazon. Our data also suggests that Amazon’s user base skews significantly more to ‘ad-supported’ than ‘premium,’ and that average engagement on our platform is approximately three times [theirs]."
The company also announced transition plans for a new CFO. "After playing a pivotal role in Spotify’s listing and helping to establish Spotify as a public company, Barry McCarthy will retire from Spotify on January 15, 2020, stepping down as the company’s CFO," the company said. He will be replaced by Paul Vogel, who is currently Spotify’s vp financial planning and analysis, treasury and investor relations.
K-pop icon G-Dragon returned to public life after completing his mandatory service in South Korea’s military.
G-Dragon (Kwon Ji Yong), known both as a solo star and a member of BIGBANG, was discharged on Saturday (Oct. 26) in Yongin, South Korea. He enlisted in February 2018, and served a total of a year and eight months.
Around 3,000 fans waited for G-Dragon at Yongin, and he greeted them with gratitude and assurance that he will return to his career as a musician, according to Reuters. “Thank you for waiting,” he reportedly said. “I will return to my job and faithful to my work.”
It is unknown whether G-Dragon will continue pursuing a solo career or if BIGBANG has plans to release new music. The group's former member Seungri left the act and the music industry amid a series of criminal and legal investigations earlier this year.
While serving, G-Dragon, who got his start as a child star and has spent his life in the limelight as one of South Korea’s most prominent talents, took a break from public life. The 31-year-old rapper most released his Kwon Ji Yong EP in 2017.
In a speech delivered on Sunday morning (October 27), President Donald Trump revealed that ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead.
“Last night, the United States brought the world’s number one terrorist leader to justice. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead. He was the founder and leader of ISIS,” Trump announced.
Tne night before (October 26), Trump provoked a wide range of reactions after simply tweeting out “Something very big has just happened!”
Kanye West‘s ninth studio album Jesus is King is finally out on Friday (October 25).
The album features Ty Dolla $ign, Clipse, Fred Hammond, Ant Clemons and Kenny G.
During a recent interview, Kanye opened up about the album and revealed his new outlook on life.
Kanye debuted the first single “Water” during his Sunday Service at Coachella back on Easter Sunday in April.
Back in September, this huge A-list actor attended Kanye‘s Sunday Service in Venice.
Listen to Jesus is King now!