Sam Smith has finally given us all a hint that new music may
be on the way. It appease that the singer has been secretly teasing details of
his new single under the Instagram account, called @todiefor_.
The account posted a serious of cryptic photos of mannequin
heads in a shop window, with the words To Die For on the glass. The account was
previously used to hype the releases of How Do You Sleep and I
Feel Love, but has now been renamed.
Dua Lipa’s much awaited follow-up to her 2017 self-titled
debut, which contained the hit singles Be The One, New Rules and Homesick, will
be released in April.
Future Nostalgia, which the singer has been teasing for months,
features the previously-released title track, lead single "Don't Start
Now" and the upcoming "Physical," out on Friday (Jan. 31).
It won't be long until the follow-up to Hollywood's
Bleeding' even though the LP just dropped four months ago. “I hope to have a
record out for the fans in 2020,” the rapper said in a recent interview. Speaking to Rolling Stone, Posty also cites that he needed some
rest and relaxation for a bit before he hits the road again.“I’m taking it nice and easy,” he says. “I needed a little
break because I’ve been partying a little hard, so it feels good to be back
home and playing Call of Duty. I’m going to take some R&R and get some
beauty sleep so my body and voice doesn’t suck on tour. If I go to L.A., I’ll
get into trouble.”
While the world is reeling from the tragic death of NBA
legend Kobe Bryant, the Grammys must go on. It’s music’s self-proclaimed
biggest night of the year.
Outside the Staples Center, arrivals took place on the red
carpet as mourners gathered outside the arena to pay their respects at the home
of the Lakers, Bryant’s team for his entire career.
Despite the somber mood, the stars showed up for a night of
performances, Grammy moments and of course the distribution of the awards
themselves. Alicia Keys was reprised her role as sunny host, with performances
from Ariana grande, Rosalía, Demi Lovato and many more.
Yes, it is officially happening!
BTS is not nominated at the awards ceremony this year, but
have been invited to perform as part of a special collaboration stage with Lil
Nas X, Variety Magazine reports.
Lil Nas X is nominated for Album Of The Year for his EP ‘7’
and will face competition from the likes of Lana Del Rey, Billie Eilish, and
According to the outlet, the “Panini” singer will reportedly
take on the Grammys stage to perform his record-breaking hit “O