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  1. RT for Brazil! RT for Brazil! When Camila Cabello left Fifth Harmony, it appeared the ladies turned their back on her; Camila told Billboard in a new interview she hasn't spoken with the remaining members since the split. Whether that's due to her decision on leaving, how she left or internal conflict amongst each other that we're not privy to is unknown, but there's no denying that a seed was planted. Lauren Jauregui released a song with Marian Hill and is collaborating with EDM producer Steve Aoki, and Normani Kordei released covers of Solange’s “Don’t Touch My Hair” And “Cranes In The Sky.” Now it's Ally Brooke's turn to shine! Brooke will kick off her solo career by headlining the W+ Festival in São Paulo, Brazil on July 2 all by herself. Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale. And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
  2. When art inspires art. When art inspires art. Katy Perry is gearing up to release an immersive music video for her new single "Chained To The Rhythm" on Tuesday. The brief teaser she shared over the weekend advertises an imaginary playground for adults named Oblivia. "Do you need an escape? Are you ready to dance your troubles away?" It begins. "Welcome to Oblivia, the world's newest and craziest amusement park." There's a couple of rides to hop on, but you'll need a pair of rose colored glasses on to buy in. "So leave your white picket fence and explore utopia," it continues. The rose colored glasses are an important artifact in Perry's fourth era. They represent peoples' unwillingness to change, and are prominent on the single's cover art. Brilliant and fitting theme for 2017! But it's not an original. ImPulsTanz, who produce festivals for contemporary dance worldwide, hired artist Frederik Heyman to illustrate the original for their 2011 Vienna International Dance Festival. It's exactly the same rendering as Perry's, but as a man. "It was quite surprising for us to see that Katy Perry’s new album cover looks pretty much the same as our 2011 ad campaign," ImPulsTanz tells BreatheHeavy in a statement. "It’s actually the same artist, Frederik Heyman, who designed our campaign and now further developed his illustration. So thanks to Katy Perry, our male model now has a sister, a friend, a lover, a wife or changed gender – which is actually all great." They added: "Although we question the originality... we are cool about it. What we have seen more often over the last [few] years is that ideas and creations developed in the field of contemporary dance and performance later appeared in pop culture. Therefore our slogan: ImPulsTanz first, Katy Perry second!" So put your rose-colored glasses on and party on. Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale. And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
  3. "Try to imagine what it will be like to go to sleep and never wake up." Experience Tinashe. Tinashe hasn't provided any concrete evidence that her forthcoming album Joyride is on the way, but that hasn't stopped her from appearing on a fleet of new tunes. In the last year, she's teamed up with with Chris Brown on "Player" (which she claims was forced by her label), Far East Movement on "Freal Love," DaVido on "How Long," KDA on "Just Say", a remix of Britney Spears's "Slumber Party,", Tinie Tempah's "Text From Your Ex" and Lost King's "Quit You." She also dropped a mixtape titled Nightride, a prequel to Joyride, and she's readying a new visual off of it. Feast your eyes on a preview for the upcoming "Ghetto Boy" music video. It's a series of trippy images with a narration by British philosopher Alan Watts. He says, “try to imagine what it will be like to go to sleep and never wake up... now try to imagine what it was like to wake up having never gone to sleep.” Watch: Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale. And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
  4. To be young and in love. Lana Del Rey released an otherworldly music video for "LOVE." Lana didn't have a say when her new Rick Nowels-produced single hit the net ahead of schedule, but her imaginative new music video for "LOVE" is a different story. Director Rich Lee (Fergie “LA Love,” Eminem and Rihanna’s “The Monster”) helped Lana concoct a world for young people to escape into during one of her performances. To get there, they must journey through time and space, a place where love knows no boundaries or judgement. When they arrive, Lana's there – drawing them in with her deadly gaze and intoxicating voice. This one's for us. Watch the stunning clip below: Lana announced the video to fans by hopping onto Instagram Live, which you can watch below as well: Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale. And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
  5. Reaching for the stars, err the ocean floor. Lindsay Lohan is reaching for the stars, err the ocean floor. The singer/actress hasn't made much sense recently. She moved out of the U.S. to focus on her new club in Athens named Lohan, pursue philanthropic work with the UN, study the Koran and somewhere along the way developed a bizarre Turkish-esque accent. She also recently called on Americans to support Donald Trump. “Look, I think always in the public eye you’re going to be scrutinised, and he is the President, so you have to – you have to join him. If you can’t beat him, join him," she said during a Facebook live interview with The Daily Mail. Another request? Starring in Disney's upcoming live adaptation of The Little Mermaid. "I will sing again, as #ariel #thelittlemermaid," she writes on Instagram. "@disney approve that #billcondon directs it along with my sister @alianamusic singing the theme song for the soundtrack. ??? also @kgrahamsfb plays Ursula. Simply because, she is the best. ? take one. @disneystudios" Bill Condon directed 2006's Dreamgirls, Aliana is her younger sister and Kristen Graham is a Crossfit athlete. Lohan also mentioned the idea back in November. In a now-deleted post, she wrote: "My dream role @disneypicturesfilm @disney #ariel" Please let this happen. Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale. And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
  6. Ok so I just read through hundreds of comments. But guys I have to admit something. I didn't watch it
  7. Let's watch and chat together tonight. Get ready bbs.
  8. Epic. Though it's enough just to make you go crazy. Lana Del Rey managed to keep her new song "LOVE" under lock and key for just a few weeks after it was registered as "Young And In Love" on a music publishing website, but the pesky digital age found another culprit to wreak havoc on. Hours after promotional posters for the song popped up around L.A., the song leaked. Lana's team reacted swiftly by posting the song onto iTunes and Google Play. “I made my first four albums for me, but this one is for my fans and about where I hope we are all headed," Lana said. The video for ‘LOVE’ will also be revealed very soon. Listen below: Grammy Award winning producer Rick Nowels, who is responsible for producing songs on Lana’s 2015 record Honeymoon, as well as Madonna's “Beautiful Scars” and Adele's “Why Do You Love Me,” produced the song. It also features production from Emile Haynie and Benny Blanco, the man behind Justin Bieber's "Love Yourself," Major Lazer's "Cold Water," Katy Perry's "California Gurls," Rihanna's "Diamonds" and Kesha's "Tik Tok." The song itself is classic Lana. "Part of the past but now you're the future," she sings over cinematic production and pounding drums. "Signals crossing can get confusing. It's enough just to make you go crazy, crazy, crazy sometimes." Here are two posters making their way around the Internet (it's not confirmed if they are legit or fan-made): It's the tune we've been waiting too long for. Listen via iTunes. Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale. And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
  9. When I'm reppin this crown I be steppin' in style. When I'm reppin this crown I be steppin' in style. I can't muster up the energy to describe all of the crazy shit Azealia Banks has said and done throughout the years, so if you're a new BreatheHeavy reader, first off: welcome! Secondly, here is her category to catch you up to speed. To recap the most-recent shenanigans, she body shamed Nicki Minaj, said feminism is "dangerous" and beefed with Rihanna (she lost). Fortunately, her latest endeavor doesn't involve chicken sacrifice or racial slurs, but music! Suddenly and mysteriously, the rapper's Twitter account was reinstated after the social media platform banned her for a barrage of racial slurs, but she hasn't Tweeted from it yet. However, she has dropped a new song onto SoundCloud. It's a collaboration with producer Lunice titled "Crown," the first taste of her forthcoming material. The bruja is currently working on Fantasea II: The Second Wave, the followup to 2012's FANTASEA, and Business & Pleasure, the followup to 2014's Broke With Expensive Taste. Listen to "Crown" below: Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale. And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
  10. Featuring G-Eazy and Ty Dolla $ign. Get high with Bebe Rexha. Rexha made a name for herself when her feature on G-Eazy's 2015 single "Me, Myself, & I" lit up the charts. It put enough ammunition in the pop star's arsenal to snag a collaboration with Nicki Minaj, which sparked mainstream interest on a followup. That's when Rexha decided to test the waters out with a new EP, a followup to 2015's I Don't Wanna Grow Up. The new project is titled All Your Fault and is being distributed in two parts, the first of which is out today (Feb. 17). G returns the favor by hopping on a song titled "F.F.F. (Fuck Fake Friends)," one of the stronger tracks off the EP that deals with her rise to stardom. "And lately I've been dealin' with mad stress / Comes with the territory of a Hollywood address," G raps over a pulsating beat. "Fuck fake friends / We don't need them / only thing they're good for is leaving," Rexha sings. Fault also features a collaboration with Ty Dolla $ign on a song titled "Bad Bitch," her lead single "I Got You," the Scott Robinson The Wild-produced "Atmosphere," "Small Doses" and "Gateway Drug." Listen: Rexha performed "I Got You" on Seth Meyers last night: Part 2 of the dual-EP release is slated for April, a month after Rexha is slated to begin her All Your Fault tour. Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale. And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.
  11. Lana is one step closer to releasing new music. Lana Del Rey is one step closer to releasing new music. Lana's unreleased music catalogue was undermined last year when a heap of previously-recored material surfaced, but the song bird has already crafted new tunes since, and one of them has come to light. Last month, a song titled "Young In Love" was registered on a music publishing website. It's produced by Grammy Award winning producer Rick Nowels, who is responsible for producing songs on Lana’s 2015 record Honeymoon, as well as Madonna's “Beautiful Scars” and Adele's “Why Do You Love Me.” It also features production from Emile Haynie and Benny Blanco, the man behind Justin Bieber's "Love Yourself," Major Lazer's "Cold Water," Katy Perry's "California Gurls," Rihanna's "Diamonds" and Kesha's "Tik Tok." As PopCrush points out, promotional posters for the song began popping up online today (Feb. 17). According to the artwork, Lana's axing most of the title to read "LOVE." Some fans suspect it's fake, others claim it's a short film out in March. Looks like we'll have to wait and see, but one way or another her musical return is imminent. #2017NeedsYouLana. UPDATE: A clip of "Young In Love" has surfaced on Twitter. Thoughts? Let us know in Exhale. And while you're at it... leave a comment and follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram and subscribe to our YouTube channel.