BH Buzz: Miley Cyrus Wants To Film A Concert Where Everyone’s NakedOctober 13, 2015
Plus, Ed Sheeran passes 500 million streams on Spotify for “Thinking Out Loud,” preview 1Ds new single, Taylor Swift has hosting duties and more.
■ Miley Cyrus is planning a concert where she, The Flaming Lips and the audience will be entirely naked and filmed. It’s her concept for the upcoming “Milky Milky Milky” music video. Frontman Wayne Coyne revealed her plans on Tuesday (Oct. 13), saying “Oh ****..!!! @mileycyrus is planning a show where her, the band ( us ) and the audience are all COMPLETELY naked with milk ( well white stuff that looks like milk) is being being spewed everywhere .. It’s a video ( in the works) for #mileycyrusandherdeadpetz song The Milky Milky Milk…”
Oh ****..!!! @mileycyrus is planning a show where her, the band ( us ) and the audience are all COMPLETELY naked with milk ( well white stuff that looks like milk) is being being spewed everywhere .. It's a video ( in the works) for #mileycyrusandherdeadpetz song The Milky Milky Milk… @stevendrozd @derek_levi_brown @mileycyrus @katyweaver @spacefacemusic @rockworth @leochandler @fantastic_ley @jgeeezus @zacharyancox @alphachanneling @mugglinstagram @monamuseum @happyhippiefdn @waynez__world @weirddestiny @drc3p0 @damienhirst #flaminglips #waynecoyne #mileycyrusandherdeadpetz #theflaminglips
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■ A tiny preview of One Direction’s new single, Perfect, due for release on Friday, was played on BBC Radio 1:
High quality version of the snippet of Perfect! Sounds amazing pic.twitter.com/TLfvyVtx9T
— H&L Updates. (@HLupdates) October 14, 2015
■ Ed Sheeran’s “Thinking Out Loud” became the first song on Spotify to hit the 500 million stream mark.
“Chuffed to hear that ‘Thinking Out Loud’ has had half a billion plays on Spotify,” Sheeran said of the news in a statement. “Being the first artist to hit that milestone is amazing. Thanks to all the people who use this as a wedding song, soundtrack to a date, and as a way to woo someone into a Netflix-and-chill situation.”
Spin wrote a pretty harsh article towards countries most responsible for streaming the song. They wrote:
Look around at the state of the world and weep. Ed Sheeran’s weak track “Thinking Out Loud” is the first song to reach 500 million plays on Spotify, the streaming service announced today. To mark the occasion, and so we know who to blame for this, Spotify put together a map that shows which countries listen to Sheeran the most. “The Sheerio Index,” as it’s called, reveals that Denmark should be the most ashamed of itself, as its residents listen to the most Ed Sheeran per Spotify user. Norway, Singapore, Sweden, and his home country of the United Kingdom round out the top five, and should all be boycotted by the international community. Africa and Asia don’t seem listen to much Sheeran at all, either due to lack of data or good taste.
Sheeran caught wind of the posting, and wasn’t thrilled. He Tweeted the outlet: “you guys need to lighten up, try writing about music you like, rather than music you don’t, would make you more happy.”
@SPINmagazine you guys need to lighten up, try writing about music you like, rather than music you don't, would make you more happy
— Ed Sheeran (@edsheeran) October 12, 2015
No lies detected.
■ Taylor Swift will co-host the Met Gala in May 2016. The gala “will explore the impact of new technology on fashion and how designers are reconciling the handmade and the machine-made in the creation of haute couture and avant-garde ready-to-wear.” [Billboard]
■ Check out Troye Sivan’s new song “Talk Me Down”:
■ MØ previewed her new song “KAMIKAZE”:
Posted by MØ on Tuesday, October 13, 2015
■ The Voice winner Cassasdee Pope performed “I Am Invincible” on the TODAY show:
■ Jessica Sutta released a music video for “Feline Resurrection”:
■ Little Mix shared a preview of their new song “Weird People.”
■ Listen to Pitbull’s new song “FREE.K”:
■ And finally, Tyler, the Creator wasn’t sure what to name the song he recorded two weeks ago, so he said “**** it” and uploaded it to YouTube.