***** we going out tonight.
The Pussycat Dolls’ new single spills onto the Internet ahead of schedule.
An instant hit.
Beyonce’s live Coachella performance audio could help the singer win album of the year at the Grammys.
‘Homecoming,’ Beyonce’s 40-track live album from her jaw-dropping 2018 Coachella performance, was reportedly submitted to the Recording Academy for contention in the album of the year category.
Iggy Azalea has *** on the brain.
Iggy Azalea just announced her new album, In My Defense, drops July 19 (see the album cover here). To spread the word, Iggy dropped a scandalous new song titled “Just Wanna.” It’s wildly inappropriate in the best ways.
On it, Iggy sings about her insatiable desire to f–k. “I just wanna nut,” she raps over a hard-hitting beat and a sample of Salt-N-Pepa’s “Push It.” There’s also an obvious likeness to the Ying Yang Twins’ “Whisper Song.” As the track progresses, things get sticky.
They call me big Iggy
And I’m a bit freaky
If he eat it, then he love it, this a big reason
I’m tryna take a ride, I’m on the d*ck speedin’
Can you come and lay some pipe ’cause my sh*t leakin’?
Iggy has mentioned she doesn’t see as much chart love because she doesn’t belong to a major label anymore. While I don’t see “Just Wanna” ravaging the charts because of how explicit it is, issa bop. Everything she’s released thus far has packed a punch.
Listen to the new NSFW tune below, then leave an Exchange in Exhale and tell us what you think!
Adam Lambert is put in a trance by a seductive Goddess in his new music video for “Comin In Hot,” the first taste of the singer’s forthcoming two-part album, Velvet.
The Monarch-produced track incorporates a groovy beat & slinky production, and that’s captured in the captivating clip perfectly.
As Adam makes his way around a nightclub, he encounters a sorceress, played by the famous Beyonce impersonator, Miss Shalae, who possesses the power to bring things and people to life. Nobody can take their eyes off of her, not even Adam.
The video ends with the woman telling Adam a secret, which I presume we’ll discover what that is in his next video (it ends with “to be continued”).
“Comin In Hot” is a refreshing change of pace for Lambert. He exudes a coolness in his vocal and plays it up in the video.
Watch below, then leave an Exchange in Exhale and let us know if you’re feeling the vibe.
Justin Bieber abstained form having ***, so God rewarded him with Hailey Baldwin.
I’ve really missed the Biebs. His presence in music is virtually non-existent at this point, so when I saw he and wife Hailey graced the cover of Vogue, I ran. RAN to read up on the new tunes. But, Bieber’s interview didn’t center around his forthcoming(?) album. Instead, he opened up about his *** life. I didn’t see this coming.
JB says he had “legitimate problem with ***,” so he just stopped having it.
“God doesn’t ask us not to have *** for him because he wants rules and stuff. He’s like, I’m trying to protect you from hurt and pain,” he said.
“I think *** can cause a lot of pain. Sometimes people have *** because they don’t feel good enough. Because they lack self-worth. Women do that, and guys do that. I wanted to rededicate myself to God in that way because I really felt it was better for the condition of my soul. And I believe that God blessed me with Hailey as a result,” he continued. There are perks. You get rewarded for good behavior.”
JB clarifies he doesn’t consider himself religious, however.
“That confuses a lot of people because they’re like, Well, you go to church. I believe in the story of Jesus—that’s the simplicity of what I believe. But I don’t believe in all the religious elitism and pretentiousness, like people are better than you because they come to church, like you have to go to church and dress a certain way. I get sensitive when religion comes up because it’s been so hurtful to a lot of people. I don’t want to be thought of as someone who stands for any of the injustice that religion has done and does do.”
As for the music I was so excited to read about?
“Just thinking about music stresses me out,” he says. “I’ve been successful since I was thirteen, so I didn’t really have a chance to find who I was apart from what I did. I just needed some time to evaluate myself: who I am, what I want out of my life, my relationships, who I want to be—stuff that when you’re so immersed in the music business you kind of lose sight of.”
And don’t expect a tour for some time, either.
“I got really depressed on tour,” he recalls. “I haven’t talked about this, and I’m still processing so much stuff that I haven’t talked about. I was lonely. I needed some time.”
If you’re up for it, you can read the entire interview about their relationship together here.
The Pussycat Dolls are erasing their collaboration with R. Kelly.
The music industry is taking a stand against R. Kelly.
Following Lady Gaga’s very public and heartfelt letter to fans explaining her reasoning for collaborating with Kelly on 2013 ARTPOP track, “Do What U Want,” the singer decided it’d be best to remove the track off streaming platforms like Apple Music and Spotify. It was the first domino in line and created a cascading effect for others who’ve collaborated with R. Kelly over the years.
Celine Dion is reportedly in the process of removing her No. 1 R. Kelly hit, “I’m Your Angel,” off the Internet. Chance The Rapper removed “Somewhere in Paradise” after saying, “making a song with R. Kelly was a mistake.” Ciara is also reportedly removing “Promise.”
Next up? The Pussycat Dolls. TMZ reports the group’s label (wait, they have a label?) Interscope is in the process of getting “Out Of This Club” pulled.
Undeniably, the song is a jam.
Copy + pasting this excerpt from the Celine article: I’m torn on this. There’s no doubt R. Kelly is a monster, but does an artist removing their collab with him change the past? Or is it a PR tool? No one will fault Gaga or the Pussycat Dolls for removing the song, but where’s the line? If musicians/actors started making their work unavailable based on peoples’ past, there would be nothing left. Then again, I get not wanting to have an alleged sexual abuser/********* attached to your work and why it’s important to draw a line in the sand and take a stand for the victims.
Pushing the boundaries.