Laura Marano has a new song, titled “Let Me Cry,” that will be released in January!
The former Austin & Ally star made the announcement on Twitter on Saturday (December 29).
“Also, it’s a little early, but I’m pretty flipping excited and since some of you know about this now…” she wrote.
Her second tweet features the single artwork along with the release date: January 11.
“IM GONNA CRY. WTF,” one fan commented, to which Laura responded, “I’ll let you cry as long as you LET ME CRYYYYYYY.”
Laura also shared, “I can’t wait to explain the single artwork to you guys 😩😩🙌🙌😭😭 AHHH IM SO EXCITED,” adding that it is “A sad song 🙈😭😩.”
“It’s just very different….it’s definitely one of my favorites,” she said.
Laura explained, “I guess there’s an app that alerts people on new music and when it’s out, so the flipping app did this song, soooo I just thought, I should at least announce on Twitter….
After months of speculation, the first teaser image for NCT's China unit has been revealed.
On December 31 KST, it was revealed that NCT's China new unit is named WayV. Two social media accounts on Twitter (@WayV_official) and Weibo (WayV_Official) shared an image of the unit group.
The members are (From Left to Right: Kun, Yang Yang, Winwin, Lucas, Ten, Xiaojun, and Hendery). The Weibo post also revealed that the first public stream/video of the group will be revealed on January 1 at midnight Beijing Time.
This is the first image teaser and they're under a label called "Label V." This is a joint venture between SM and Chinese label "Label V." Fans believe SM is taking this path to give the group a better chance to succeed in China.
Taylor Swift’s Reputation Stadium Tour, released on Netflix today (December 31). It was shot in Dallas, Texas during Taylor‘s reputationStadium Tour, and celebrates a monumental night of music, memories and visual magic.
The tour, which included Camila Cabello and Charli XCX as opening acts, went on to become the highest grossing tour of all time in the United States.
Check out the Reputation Tour set list below!
1. “…Ready for It?”
2. “I Did Something Bad”
4. “Style” / “Love Story” / “You Belong with Me”
5. “Look What You Made Me Do”
6. “End Game”
7. “King of My Heart”
9. “Shake It Off” (with Camila Cabello and Charli XCX)
10. “Dancing with Our Hands Tied”
11. “All Too Well”
12. “Blank Space”
14. “Bad Blood” / “Should’ve Said No”
15. “Don’t Blame Me”
16. “Long Live” / “New Year’s Day”
17. “Getaway Car”
18. “Call It What You Want”
19. “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” / “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things”
Lana Del Rey fans in anticipation of her new album NormanFucking Rockwell, may be getting new music as early as next week.
During an Instagram Live broadcast on Sunday (Dec. 30), the singer told fans that "I think I'm putting a song out on January 8" before adding "but I'm not a thousand percent on it. Maybe the 8th." Del Rey also confirmed during the live chat that the new album is "completely finished."
Back in October, she teased a snippet of a track called "Sylvia Plath" after releasing singles "Mariners Apartment Complex" and "Venice Bitch" the previous month.
Jimin just released his very first solo song! The BTS member took to the group’s official Twitter account to reveal that he ventured out on his own for a new track called “Promise,” which he wrote and helped compose himself. He got some help from Slow Rabbit in producing the song, while his fellow BTS band member, RM, helped write the lyrics.
“Everyone, you’ve been waiting a long time for this, right?” Jimin tweeted from BTS’ account. “I’m finally releasing my self-composed track. It’s a song for me, but it’s also a song for you all. Though I may be a bit lack because it’s my first, please listen to it. Thank you all ARMYs who waited.” Even though it appears Jimin was a bit nervous about the reaction to the song, his fans fell in love with the track from the very first listen, and couldn’t stop praising him for a job well done on Twitter.
The DoubleTree hotel in Portland, Oregon fired the two employees who were responsible for calling police on a black guest while he was talking on the phone in the lobby. The Hilton-owned hotel posted a statement on Twitter saying that the âmistreatmentâ of Jermaine Massey was âinconsistent with our standards & values. We reiterate our sincere apology for what he endured & will work with diversity experts to ensure this never happens again.â
Masseyâs story went viral after he posted a series of videos on Instagram showing how a security guard and a manager at the hotel were responsible for kicking him out even though he was a guest there. The guardâwho came to be known as âHotel Earlâ on social mediaâapparently asked Massey whether he was a guest in the middle of his phone call and then decided to call police when he was not satisfied with the answer. When police arrived they told Massey he had to leave, meaning he was forced to find a new place to spend the night at around midnight. âI was racially profiled and treated unfairly,â Massey said in one of a series of Instagram videos.
The hotel announced the terminations a day after it issued a statement saying it had placed the employees on leave while it reviewed the incident. âWe have a zero-tolerance stance on discrimination of any kind, and do not tolerate behavior of that nature. We are seeking the counsel of community leaders, and will engage a third-party to conduct a full investigation into the incident â reviewing our internal processes, protocols and trainings to ensure we are creating and maintaining a safe space for everyone,â the hotelâs general manager, Paul Peralta, said. âThe employees involved have since been placed on leave for the duration of this investigation, and we will take the appropriate measures to ensure this does not happen again.â
Sia confirmed both an album and feature-length musical for the coming year. Though details weren’t given for the album, it’s a safe bet to guess that muse and now regular contributor to Sia’s visuals, former Dance Moms star Maddie Ziegler, will return for the new project.
Sia and Ziegler first worked together on the former’s music videos for “Chandelier” and “Elastic Heart,” with the pair continuing to work together on visuals accompanying the pop star’s work in the years since. Sia’s directorial debut—the musical previously mentioned—is titled Music, and will star the teen dancer alongside Kate Hudson and Leslie Odom Jr. The musical is three years in the making and we now know, per Rolling Stone, that it will follow a story the singer wrote with author Dallas Clayton focusing on “an autistic child who comes under the care of her sober drug-dealing sister.” The child and sister will be played by Ziegler and Hudson, respectively.
Though it’s been a while since her last studio album, Sia has kept busy in 2018—from writing songs for Everytown and Vox Lux to working with Diplo in LSD.
Taylor Swift posted a preview of her acoustic performance of "All Too Well" from the upcoming Reputation Stadium Tour Concert on social media Saturday (Dec. 29).
"'All Too Well' was never a single," she noted, "and it always blows my mind that it is consistently one of the loudest songs the crowd sings when I play it. Moments like this defined the Reputation Stadium Tour for me, and I canât wait for you to see it in full starting at 12:01 AM December 31, pacific."
Swift's concert was filmed at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, in October. She performed "All Too Well" on one of her B-stages, where she would surprise the crowd with a different song each night on the tour.
It's been over two years since DRAM released his debut album Big Baby DRAM, but now he has assured fans a new LP is on the way.
On Saturday (Dec. 29), the Virginia entertainer gave hints of things to come in the new year while fielding question from fans.
"I’m tryna hear more from @BIGBABYDRAM in 2019," one Twitter user posted.
DRAM only put out one project this year, which was the That's a Girl's Name EP in July. The release only featured three songs.
A three-day music festival will be held in August 2019 at the original Woodstock concert site to mark the 50th anniversary of the historic event.
The Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, a concert venue built on the original Woodstock site, announced Thursday that it will host the golden anniversary event Aug. 16-18.
The center says performers will include "prominent and emerging artists spanning multiple genres and decades." The venue says talks by "leading futurists and retro-tech experts" will also be featured.
Beth Woods says the names of performers and speakers will be announced soon.
GettyThe Woodstock Music and Arts Fair held Aug. 15-17, 1969 drew more than 400,000 people to Max Yasgur's farm in the Sullivan County town of Bethel, 85 miles (137 kilometers) northwest of New York City.