25 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
Travel back in time to 1966: Lyndon B. Johnson is in the White House. The Space Race and Cold War are reaching their fever pitches, as troops surge...
25 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
New George Harrison Music? His Widow Says ‘Maybe’On July 14, along with Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono...
30 Great Chicago Restaurants & Bars To Hear Live Music, Mapped
25 July, 2016 - Yahoo.com
A variety of musical and culinary genres
25 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
When Jack Osbourne comes to his father with an idea, he doesn't have to waste time explaining. "I go, 'Don't tell me. The...
25 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
"Whenever people descend upon the city, Philly rolls out the red carpet," says Black Thought, the 44-year-old Roots MC and Philadelphia...
25 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
There is no doubt that Leslie Grace, Luis Coronel and Chiquis are the best of friends, but when it comes to being the new captains on Univision...
25 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
Sari Delmar, who started Toronto PR company AB Co./Audio Blood Media Inc. eight years ago when she was a teenager and built it to a staff of 15...
25 July, 2016 - NME.com
Margot Robbie has responded to her controversial Vanity Fair profile, branding the tone of the piece "really weird." The Wolf of Wall Street and Suicide Squad actress was the subject of the entertainment magazine's cover story for its August issue, but the piece ended up attracting criticism after it was published online. The writer of the piece, Rich Cohen, was widely derided online for the way he described Robbie and appeared to insult the country of her birth, Australia. "She is blonde but dark at the roots," Cohen wrote. "She is tall but only with the help of certain shoes. She can be sexy and composed even while naked but only in character. As I said, she is from Australia. To understand her, you should think about what that means. Australia is America 50 years ago, sunny and slow, a throwback, which is why you go there for throwback people. They still live and die with the plot turns of soap operas in Melbourne and Perth... In other words, it’s just like America, only different. When everyone here is awake, everyone there is asleep." Robbie has now addressed the fall-out from the article on the Australian new shows The Project, acknowledging that she'd found the interview with Cohen to be "really odd." "I remember thinking, 'Oh, that was a really odd interview, I don't know how that's going to come out,'" she said. "And when I read it I was like, yeah, the tone of this is really weird. Like, I don't really know what he's trying to get at or play at. But I didn't expect there to be like an uproar about it." Watch a clip of the interview below. Robbie will play Harley Quinn in the hotly-anticipated Suicide Squad, which is is released on August 5. It will also feature Cara Delevingne, Will Smith, Common and more.
25 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
Last week Fantasia wowed a private Los Angeles audience with an intimate, genre-spanning concert taped as the first installment...
25 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
Christina Grimmie's team will release four new music videos for the late singer's final songs in August, all of them...
25 July, 2016 - MTV.com
Troye Sivan and Alessia Cara's "Wild" video is inspiring young fans to share messages and photos celebrating their sexuality.
25 July, 2016 - NME.com
Michael Fassbender has insisted that the forthcoming Prometheus sequel will “be scarier” than the first film. Alien: Covenant follows the crew of a colony ship that discovers what they believe to be an uninhabited planet, until they come across Fassbender’s David, a synthetic android, who survived the previous expedition. “This Alien is going to be… I’m very excited to see it and everybody in the film was saying this is a film that we all want to see,” he said. “It’s much scarier than Prometheus, but it’s got the same sort of scope of Prometheus. It’s kind of got more of thriller, imminent disaster feel that Alien had, so it’s kind of a beautiful meeting of both of those films.” Fox The film which also stars Demián Bichir, Jussie Smollett, and Billy Crudup, is set to be released in August 2017.   Fassbender told Collider: "I’m really excited to see it, I think it’s gonna be super scary number one and then again with the massive scope of Prometheus… Once it starts and the ball starts rolling, it doesn’t let up. It’s really gonna bring chills to the cinema.” Earlier this year, director Ridley Scott confirmed that Swedish actor Noomi Rapace would not be returning to her role as Dr Elizabeth Shaw. The director had previously said that Rapace would be appearing in the new film along with Michael Fassbender, since their characters were the only survivors of Prometheus. Last year, Scott revealed that he had mapped out three Prometheus sequels which will ultimately bring the story to the start of his classic 1979 film Alien.
25 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
Corey Taylor may not be able to entirely mask the pain he still feels from his "unplanned spinal surgery" in early June under his Slipknot...
25 July, 2016 - NME.com
Justin Timberlake and NBA player Steph Curry performed an impromptu version of "The Carlton" dance with The Fresh Prince of Bel Air star Alfonso Ribeiro during a charity golf tournament this weekend. The trio were appearing at the American Century Championship in Lake Tahoe, Nevada on Saturday (July 23). The tournament is held annually, and attracts both famous names and sports stars for a round of golf at the famous course - much of the proceeds from the tournament go to various charities. As the trio made it to the green on the 17th hole, Ribeiro threw down his club and motioned to his fellow players to join him in formation. The three then broke into the famous dance from The Fresh Prince, which has since become known as "The Carlton" after its character, who was played by Ribeiro. Watch the clip below. Your browser does not support iframes. These guys... #ACCGolf @acchampionship @golfchannel @stephencurry30 @therealalfonsoribeiro #TheCarlton A video posted by Justin Timberlake (@justintimberlake) on Jul 24, 2016 at 2:31pm PDT Celebrating one of my only good shots today with a little Jones BBQ...! Good times. Gonna do it all again tmw. A photo posted by Wardell Curry (@stephencurry30) on Jul 23, 2016 at 10:40pm PDT
25 July, 2016 - MTV.com
A few weeks ago, when Celine Dion was spotted leaving her hotel during Paris Couture Week, the Canadian Queen showcased an $800+ Vetements hoodie dedicated entirely to Titanic. It served as an important reminder: For most of the 1990s, Celine Dion ruled the world. And, reassuringly, Celine is back. Hot off the momentum of “Because... Read more »
25 July, 2016 - MTV.com
Next month, Christina Grimmie's family will release a posthumous video series through her YouTube channel.
25 July, 2016 - NME.com
A $200 million (£152 million) copyright lawsuit filed against Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and Mark Wahlberg's hit TV series Ballers has been dismissed. The show which Wahlberg is as an executive producer of, features Johnson as a retired American football star-turned-mentor, who helps young players manage their finances and avoid hitting the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Everette Silas and Sherri Littleton launched legal action against the actors and bosses of HBO last year, claiming they originated the idea of a show based around the sports industry, called Off Season, in 2007. They alleged that they had been working with Wahlberg, Johnson and their manager to develop the project, but the deal fell apart in 2009, after Silas and Littleton insisted their names featured in the credits. Getty They noted a number of striking similarities between the plot of Off Season and Ballers, both of which are set in Miami, and revolve around African-American football players and their lives off the field. They demanded compensation. However, the makers of the show insisted the projects are "radically" different and sought to have the case dismissed. Today (July 25), during a hearing in Los Angeles a judge threw the case out, reports Deadline. The verdict comes just days after the second season of Ballers debuted in the U.S. Meanwhile, Johnson was recently being reportedly lined up to play the title role in a reboot of classic horror movie The Wolfman. Screenwriter Aaron Guzikowski is on writing duties for the movie, but Johnson's announcement is yet to be confirmed - and a director for the film is yet to be announced.
25 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
A week after the band criticized the Republican platform at a charity event mainly attended by RNC guests, Third Eye Blind is once again getting...
25 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
Sia collaborator and dance prodigy Maddie Ziegler is leaping onstage this summer. The 13-year-old dancer will join the pop singer for her...
25 July, 2016 - Billboard.com
The founder of Canadian file-sharing search engine isoHunt is “free at last” after settling a years-old lawsuit with the record industry...
25 July, 2016 - NME.com
Tyler the Creator has written an emotional tribute to Pharrell Williams on the tenth anniversary of the release of the latter's album, 'In My Mind'. 'In My Mind', released on this day in 2006, was Pharrell's debut solo album. Tyler has been very vocal in the past about how that particular album, along with Pharrell's wider work with The Neptunes and N*E*R*D, has had a major influence on his own creativity. To mark the anniversary, the Los Angeles rapper took to his social media channels today (July 25) to post a lengthy tribute to Pharrell to explain why 'In My Mind' had such a profound effect upon him. "I’m now a young entrepreneur all because I believed you when I said I could be," Tyler said in his note, addressing Pharrell. "I never had brothers, uncles or my father around so thank you for being the male figure I gravitated to. Allowing me to embrace being different and trusting my ideas.” He also credited the song 'You Can Do It Too' from the album as a major influence in his decision to form Odd Future in the summer of 2006. Read the full post below. I WAS 15 ATTENDING SUMMER SCHOOL AT HAWTHORNE HIGH, SPENDING MOST OF MY NIGHTS TRYING TO FIND ANY SNIPPETS OF THE ALBUM ON VARIOUS GERMAN SITES. THEN 7/25/06 CAME. IMM RANGES IN DIFFERENT STYLES AND SOUNDS AND I BELIEVE THATS WHY I GRAVITATED TO IT SO MUCH. THE UPRIGHT BASSLINE ON "CAN I HAVE IT LIKE THAT" OR THE BUCKETS ON "HOW DOES IT FEEL". OFF THE WALL MJ ON "NUMBER 1". I STILL TO THIS DAY DONT THINK I CAN MAKE A SONG BETTER THAN "THAT GIRL". AND "I REALLY LIKE YOU GIRL" IS EASILY THE BEST SONG ON THIS ALBUM WITH YOUR BEST TIMBERLAKE IMPERSONATION AND STEVIE HARMONICA. IMM ALSO INCLUDES "RASPY SHIT" WHICH IS THE WORST SONG IN YOUR DISCOGRAPHY I HATE THAT SONG SO MUCH YOU ARE SO GROSS FOR THAT. BUT THE ONE THAT STOOD OUT WAS "YOU CAN DO IT TOO". THE SADE BASSLINE, THE STRING PAD WITH CHORDS THAT YOU CLAIM ONLY Q-TIP, YOU AND I LIKE, THE JAMIE CULLUM OUTRO! BEING 15 BLACK NOT REALLY "INTERESTED" IN WHAT THE MAJORITY OF MY PEERS WERE INTO, IT MADE ME FEEL SAFE. I WAS OPTIMISTIC, ALWAYS DAYDREAMING AND SETTING GOALS SO I FELT YOU WERE DIRECTLY SPEAKING TO ME. I REMEMBER CLANCY TELLING ME HOW JIMMY IOVINE THOUGHT THIS ALBUM WAS A "COMPLETE FUCKING FAILURE IT DIDNT WORK". BUT SEE, IT DID, JUST NOT ON THE KIDS HE WAS LOOKING AT. THE ONES WHO JUST EXISTED;USED THE POPULAR SLANG;LISTENED TO WHAT WAS THROWN AT THEM;DRESSED IN CLOTHING THAT WAS TRENDING AT THE TIME. NOT SAYING THATS BAD BUT OF COURSE THIS WOULDNT WORK ON THEM. BUT IT WORKED ON ME AND I CREATED ODD FUTURE THAT SAME SUMMER. I WAS ACTUALLY NAIVE ENOUGH TO BELIEVE YOU AND THOUGHT I COULD DO ALL THESE AMAZING THINGS IF I REALLY TRIED. WHERE I GREW UP, NIGGAS GET STUCK AND NEVER MAKE IT OUT. JAIL, DEAD, SHIT JOBS, NOT REALLY GROWING. IT SEEMS LIKE AT A CERTAIN AGE, IDEAS; ORIGINAL THOUGHTS ARE NO LONGER A THING; I DIDNT FALL INTO THAT CYCLE. I'M NOW A YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR ALL BECAUSE I BELIEVED YOU WHEN YOU SAID I COULD BE. YOU WERE THE FIRST PERSON I CONTACTED WHEN I PULLED OFF THAT MCLAREN DEALERSHIP! THIS IS GETTING LONG SO UHHH, HBD IMM. I NEVER HAD BROTHERS,UNCLES OR MY FATHER AROUND SO THANK YOU FOR BEING THE MALE FIGURE I GRAVITATED TO. ALLOWING ME TO EMBRACE BEING DIFFERENT AND TRUSTING MY IDEAS A photo posted by Tyler The Creator (@feliciathegoat) on Jul 25, 2016 at 9:31am PDT Tyler collaborated with Pharrell on 'IFHY', from his third album 'Wolf', in 2013, and 'Keep Da O's', off his most recent album 'Cherry Bomb', in 2015.
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