Here's what you might have missed.
BreatheHeavy was awfully busy oogling over Ciara's "Dance Like We're Making Love" music video and pointing out Taylor Swift's shade towards Miley Cyrus to write about everything newsworthy in music today. So, we put a list together of the tidbits we feel like you need to know.
■ Louis Tomlinson finally breaks his silence on Twitter after news broke he's expecting a baby. Unfortunately, it wasn't what fans had hoped for.
Amazing show ! Thank you for the support !!— Louis Tomlinson (@Louis_Tomlinson) July 16, 2015
■ Frenchie Davis and pianist Wilkie Ferguson perform an acoustic remix of Fetty Wap's "Trap Queen."
■ Birdman and Young Thug conspired to kill Lil’ Wayne, which lead to shooter Jimmy Carlton Winfrey carrying out Thug’s order in that tour bus shooting in April, according to a new indictment. [MissInfo]
■ The Weekend has become the first artist to occupy the top three positions on the Billboard Hot R&B chart, with “Earned It” (No. 3) and his two follow ups, “The Hills” (No. 2) and “Can’t Feel My Face” (No. 1). [MTV]
■ Demi Lovato wants Wimer Valderamma to put a ring on it. She told a New Zealand radio station today:
"I am very, very in love with him. I think -- we will probably wait a little bit longer, but -- if he asked me tomorrow I would say yes."
■ Lil Wayne's desperate attempt to screw over his current label Cash Money by releasing "Free Weezy Album" exclusively on TIDAL proved a costly move. They are suing TIDAL for $50 million, claiming the that was "a desperate and illegal attempt to save their struggling streaming service." [TMZ]
■ Jidenna dropped a remix video for "Classic Man" featuring Kendrick Lamar:
■ During her appearance on Access Hollywood Live Thursday, Ciara says she and her fiance will practice abstinence until they are married:
"It's until the deal is sealed. Absolutely!". "I think both of us look at each other and we're like -- whooo! But we take it one day at a time and keep it going with each other and I'm really enjoying every day that we're sharing."