The Queen of self-love bops, Lizzo,  has released a second video for her 2016 single, “Good as Hell.” The updated visual is timed with the single’s renewed chart and radio success.The music video features the Southern University Human Jukebox band as she extends positive mental attitude to band kids, drum lines, majorettes, and drill teams everywhere. She knows the struggle of waking up at six in the morning just to be told you’re not good enough yet.It is a song that believes in you even when you don't. So, yes. “Good as Hell” deserves two music videos! Watch the new video below. Here's the original from 2016.The track was officially released in 2016 as the lead single off Lizzo’s major label debut EP Coconut Oil. Renewed interest arrived after she performed the song at the MTV Video Music Awards along with Number One single “Truth Hurts.” It became bigger after Ariana Grande hopped on a remix of the single in late October.Lizzo‘s self-love anthems have topped Billboard charts and won her awards. She’s definitely an example of how to remain positive and confident!via GIPHY


One Direction member, Liam Payne, teased in an interview that he thinks the band’s reunion is two years away! “I think at some point we will get back together. I think we will, for sure,” he said. “I don’t know when that is yet but, all I know is there is at least two years while everyone’s just released new music where you have to go and promo and do all of that.” “There are at least two years,” he emphasized. The group disbanded in March 2015 and Directioners have been patiently waiting for the band to get back together. Zayn Malik left the band prior to the hiatus. Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan mutually agreed to focus on their solo projects.  Talking about his time in the band, Liam did throw a little bit of shade saying that not everyone got on.“We literally for five years we were in each other’s pockets,’ he began. ‘The thing I always describe it as is if you imagine an office – and One Direction was my office – there’s one person you don’t really get along with, one person you don’t know very much about, one person you hang out with all the time and someone you’re sort of friends with.” “That’s a little bit what it was like and I think people have a misconception that we were all friends, but that’s not the case but there’s no bad blood between anyone.” Liam revealed.Liamalso revealed that he saw former band mate Harry Styles for the first time in several years recently when he watched him perform at Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball. “I actually saw him for the first time in three years yesterday,” he said. “We hadn’t seen each other in a long, long time. It was really nice, he’s still the same boy as when I left him, really sweet…he’s such a lovely lad.”


Ahead of her upcoming Manic album, Halsey shares ‘Suga’s interlude’ which reflects on her difficulties on achieving her goals and dreams. “I've been trying all my life/ to separate the time in between the having it all and giving it up," Halsey sings. “I wonder what’s in store if I don’t love it anymore.”Fans quickly pointed out the similarity between the Suga-penned “Tomorrow” off of BTS' 2014 album Skool Luv Affair and "Suga's Interlude." In the new song, he says, "The dawn before the sun rises is darker than anything but don’t ever forget that the stars you want only rise in the darkness," paralleling "Tomorrow"'s, "Because the dawn right before the sunrise is the darkest, you, in the future, never forget yourself of now."Stream the track below.   In a statement, Halsey shared that Suga really fit the sentiment and vibe of her album, “So I felt like I really wanted to include him.” “He is really introspective and really intelligent perspective on where we are and what we’re doing in our unique lifestyles.” The singer stated. Manic is set to drop on January 17, 2020.  


Alanis Morissette hit NYC’s 50th Street subway station in disguise! She surprises fans with performance of “Little Drummer Boy” and “You Oughta Know” with Tonight show host, Jimmy Fallon.Alanis wore a blonde wig, sunglasses and hat, while Fallon donned a beard and sunglasses to obscure their identities. The pair began by singing an unplugged version of "Little Drummer Boy," as Alanis took the lead and Fallon harmonized and played a drum. “Thank you very much, everybody. Happy, happy, happy holidays, everybody,” Fallon said at the end of the song, and the two whisked off their wigs and costumes to reveal their true identities. “My name is, uh, Jimmy Fallon. And this is Alanis Morissette!” They closed with Morissette’s mega-hit from 1995’s Jagged Little Pill, “You Oughta Know.”Watch their busking performance below.


Pop star Billie Eilish marks her directorial debut in the long-awaited music video for “xanny”, a song about the dangers of abusing prescription drugs like Xanax.“I’m very excited to share my directorial debut,” Eilish said in a statement. “Visuals are so important to me, and I’m very proud to be in a place where I can present my creative vision exactly as I want it. Thank you to everyone who has put their trust in me.”In the video, various hands bombard her with cigarettes, leaving marks on her face and taking the line “I’m in their secondhand smoke”, but she seems unfazed.She also adopted a completely new look! The look is refreshing but surprising for Eilish, who previously told BAZAAR.com, "I just like dressing out of my comfort zone. I want to dress in a way that if I was in a room full of people wearing regular clothes, I would be like, ‘Oh, I bet everyone's looking at me.’" However, it appears her style transformation only lives within the video as she was sporting green and black pigtails at the American Music Awards last week."xanny", a single she co-wrote with her brother, Finneas O'Connell, appears on the singer's debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, which earned her six Grammy nominations, including Best New Artist.via GIPHY


The Weeknd storms Las Vegas, goes on a psychedelic bender, licks a frog and stumbles out of a car into the casino in true Sin City style visuals for “Heartless.”Producer Metro Boomin is along for the ride, and together, they cruise the desert city streets! The Anton Tammi-directed clip sees the pair spend a dizzying night and stumble hazily through brightly lit neon street scenes with generously poured drinks.Watch how he indulges in gambling, drinking and smoking in a blurry night out in Las Vegas below.He premiered the Illangelo and Metro Boomin-produced track last week, followed by a second single titled “Blinding Lights.”
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