Plus, Drake & Future’s album hits No. 1 and Little Mix previewed their music video for “Love Me Like You.”

BH Buzz: Rihanna Registered A Song Titled "Spliff"
■ Initially, we thought the word was a combination between ‘spill’ and ‘stuff,’ but a quick Google search showed us it means a marijuana cigarette. Either way, Rihanna registered it as a song title on ASCAP.

Other song titles Rihanna’s registered for R8 include “Ehh” and “Burritos.” True story. [ATRL]

■ Shakira performed an acoustic cover of “Imagine” following Pope Francis’ speech at the United Nations.

“We live in a world in which many of those who are born poor will die poor,” the UNICEF ambassador said, “and it is up to us to be the first society to eradicate poverty and bring justice and equality to the most disenfranchised people on Earth.”


■ Drake and Future’s surprise album What a Time to Be Alive lands at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, beating out Lana Del Rey’s Honeymoon for the top spot which debuts at No. 2. This also marks Drake’s 100th Billboard Hot 100.

■ Taylor Swift’s “Wildest Dreams” also lands at No. 10 on the Billboard Hot 100, giving her her fifth Top 10 hit from the 1989 record. Meanwhile, The Weeknd’s “The Hills” spends a second week at No. 1. [Billboard]

■ Little Mix previewed their “Love Me Like You” music video ahead of its release on Friday Oct. 2:



The #LoveMeLikeYouVideo Premieres on @Vevo​ Friday 2nd October at 8am BST. Here’s a little snippet to get you excited ???? Looks like Jade’s a little bit excited too ??

A video posted by Little Mix (@littlemix) on

■ Charlie Puth performed “Marvin Gaye” at the Billboard Studios:

■ Even though she’s canceled the remaining dates of her tour and is currently on vocal rest, there’s some new Kelly Clarkson music coming out. She’ll appear on “X Factor” UK winner Ben Haenow’s new song “Secondhand Heart.” Check out some of their oh-so-subtle tweets below!


■ For some mysterious reason, there’s 5 Seconds of Summer artwork appearing all. over. the world. If this is the beginning of some kind of Sounds Good Feels Good promotional strategy, then we gotta give them thumbs up.

■ And finally, following the release of Jojo’s “When Love Hurts” music video is the a cappella version:



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