Pink will be adding another achievement to her mantel this month. Because it’s been announced that the airborne performer will be the recipient of the ICON Award at the Billboard Music Awards 2021.
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As the live market re-opens, Bruno Mars has reaffirmed himself as one of music’s most magnetic performers.
For, fans hoping that the star would ‘Leave The Door Open‘ to Park MGM will have to have acted fast.
Because the return of his Las Vegas residency to the Park Theater has sold out in a mere matter of minutes.
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Just days after unleashing the JAY-Z and Nas-toplined ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ (click here to watch), DJ-producer DJ Khaled is unapologetically launching even more visuals from his latest album, ‘Khaled Khaled,’ to support its bid to top next week’s Billboard 200.
The latest tune to get the video treatment is the Lil Wayne and Jeremih-assisted ‘Thankful.’
A heart-tugging tune, the Gil Green-directed accompanying clip works to encompass the song’s emotional nature as its performers reflect on why they’re respectively grateful.
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Ahead of their reported joint project, Dave East and Mary J. Blige deliver a taste of things to come via their duet ‘Know How I Feel’ (featured on his ‘Karma 3’ mixtape).
“I wanna learn to be more patient / Learn how to get through all this temptation / I don’t know if I would ever have kids / Don’t want them to know what a broken heart is / I wish that when I close my eyes / Wish I could sleep straight through the night,” she sings on the emotional track.
Tapping director Mills Miller to help bring the song to life, the music video depicts East reciting the tune’s heart-tugging lyrics during a therapy session as Blige belts in the background.
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With his latest music video, ‘Spiral,’ machete-wielding emcee 21 Savage proves a mic isn’t the only thing he knows how to rock.
Serving the title track for the soundtrack to the forthcoming horror film, ‘Spiral: From The Book Of Saw’ (starring Chris Rock, Samuel L. Jackson, and more), the rapper delivers an equally chilling music video filled with blood, gore, and – when not swinging upside down in a straitjacket – some seriously gruesome activity.
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Only DJ Khaled could bring together Nas and Jay-Z.
The pair have joined forces for the first time in over a decade on Khaled’s new album, ‘Khaled Khaled,’ for a track called ‘Sorry Not Sorry.’ Following the album’s release on April 30, the producer shared rare footage of a call between Jay and Nas.
In the clip, the ‘If I Ruled The World’ rapper is in the studio with Khaled while speaking with Hova over FaceTime.
After hearing Jay’s verse, Nas said:
“Oh no, no no. I’m just here tweaking lines and sh*t. I’m in here like rewriting four bars.”
Jay-Z laughed and then Nas went on to praise Beyoncé’s backing vocals too. In the end, neither rewrote their lyrics.
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Tori Kelly has shown off her incredible vocal abilities once more.
For, the GRAMMY winner graced the Kentucky Derby with her rendition of ‘The Star-Spangled Banner.’
Prior to performing the song, she told USA Today:
“I’m stoked because I’ve always wanted to go to the Kentucky Derby. It’s such an iconic event and historic event. It’s all really exciting.”
Kelly previously performed ‘The Star Spangled Banner’ at the 2020 Super Bowl.
Watch Kelly deliver her stunning performance at the Kentucky Derby below…