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Thursday, June 14, 2018

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Ariana Grande and Troye Sivan Release Their New Song "Dance to This." Ariana Grande and Troye Sivan just dropped their new song, "Dance to This." The duo's collaboration is a track off of Sivan's upcoming album, Bloom, set for release this summer. "'Dance To This' is about that moment when you feel like you've been to enough house parties or events, and staying home and like, making out in the kitchen and cooking dinner sounds like a much, much better alternative," Sivan said of the song on Wednesday. "Young ambition, say we'll go slow, but we never do," Sivan sings on the just-released track. "Premonition, see me spending every night with you." "Oh, under the kitchen lights, still look like dynamite and I wanna end up on you," the lyrics continue. "Don't need a place to go, just put on the radio, you know what I wanna do." Before the song dropped on Wednesday, Grande and Sivan were teasing lyrics of the song with their fans on social media. "we could jussssss .... dance to this yuh," Grande tweeted Wednesday morning. Bloom is set for release on Aug. 31. Grande's upcoming album, Sweetener, will also drop in August. (Eonline)

How Rumi and Sir Carter Are On the Run With Beyonce and Jay-Z Every Step of the Way. It may be the same song, but Beyonce and Jay-Z are singing it with two new people in mind. As has become customary for the superstar couple, the two artists close out each show of their current On The Run II joint tour with the rapper's 2009 track, "Young Forever." The song is far from foreign to the couple. They've serenaded crowds with the duet for nearly a decade and have used the track as a theme song for their personal milestones. When they took the stage for their first tour together back in 2014, "Young Forever" was featured prominently toward the end of the set list as screens played home footage of the new family of three for every audience. At the time, their firstborn Blue Ivy Carter was just a toddler and the couple decided to share glimpses into their lives as new parents with footage of their youngster, including clips of her blowing out candles, learning to walk and playing the piano. Nearly three years later, Beyonce stunned the world when she announced she was going to become a mom of three. "We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times over. We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes. - The Carters," she captioned a now iconic photo of herself, veiled and dressed in a pink bra and blue underwear, cradling her growing baby bump against a floral backdrop. On the heels of her eyebrow-raising sixth studio album, Lemonade, the songstress' pregnancy was one of the most-followed of the year as fans tracked the stars progress through her social media styles and limited public appearances. When she took the 2017 Grammys stage, the star merged her lives as a musician and a mother for one captivating performance, of which her unborn son and daughter were very much the focal point. By June, birth speculation had ramped up when Jay-Z and Blue Ivy were spotted at a Los Angeles area hospital, fueling the rumors that Beyonce was about to give birth or already had. The attention only ramped up when a woman was photographed toting a congratulatory floral arrangement to the hospital. The new mother of three would have the final say a month later when she confirmed the twins' arrival by sharing the first photo of the newborns in the same fashion as her pregnancy announcement. By that point, the brother and sister were already a month old. "Sir Carter and Rumi 1 month today," she captioned the shot posted on June 13, 2017. "Rumi is our favorite poet, so it was for our daughter," the proud dad explained a month later during an interview for the Rap Radar podcast. "Sir was like, man, come out the gate. He carries himself like that. He just came out, like, Sir." For the rest of the year, the twins were out of sight as the family adjusted to their new life together as five. "My grandkids are amazing," grandma Tina Knowles gushed to E! News in March. We would have to take her word for it as there wasn't much talk of the tots since their public debut seven months earlier. However, after wrapping up her Coachella performances in April, the triple threat packed up her kids and headed to Paris, where a source told E! News she was rehearsing ahead of the couple's joint summer tour. While she was keeping a low profile with her three kids, Jay-Z was flying back and forth from New York. "Beyonce is very focused and dedicated to getting the show right," the insider explained. "She is working around the clock to make everything perfect." Of course, Knowles gave her daughter a hand when she showed up in Paris and subsequently took Blue Ivy for a night out at the ballet. But, just because the twins were out of sight doesn't mean they were out of mind. When it came time for the husband and wife to kick off the tour in Wales on June 6, they knew exactly what fans wanted to see. Set to the tune of "Young Forever" yet again, the couple shared new videos of their family's private highlights, including what appeared to be a vow renewal ceremony. To fans' delight, Sir and Rumi were featured prominently in the shot -- an adorable sight for sore eyes everywhere. "My babies," Knowles later wrote on Instagram. There was also footage of the pregnant star at her baby shower and later cuddling her new son and daughter together. As the twins celebrate their first birthday, it remains to be seen when we'll see the youngsters again. For now, fans can count on catching glimpses of them during every show as they virtually travel the world with their famous mom and dad. (Eonline)

Get a Peek at Luis Fonsi's New Music Video "Calypso" Ft. Stefflon Don. Luis Fonsi is about to give us another song of the summer! We're talking about the star's new track "Calypso" Ft. Stefflon Don, and E! News has the exclusive first look at the singer's tropical music video. We also got to chat with the musicians as they were on set in Puerto Rico. After listening a couple of times, just like "Despacito," we can't get this infectious beat and lyrics out of our head! It's totally a song you'll keep on repeat! The colorful music video for the song showcases Puerto Rico's gorgeous beaches, and it will make you want to visit the island. "We're here in Puerto Rico because you know, the song needed a very tropical and colorful vibe. That to me is what calypso is, it's the Carribean, it's fun, and its dance, it's having a good time," Fonsi says to E! News. "I get to work with an amazing artist, and we're just doing something really fun in this song." Fonsi brought on the 26-year-old British singer who says that she was excited to be featured on her first Spanish track. "I actually did the song before even knew exactly who he was. So I knew he was this big artist and he's done great songs, but I was told that he had written 'Despacito,' but I didn't know that he had actually done it. And I was like, 'OMG. He's done like one of the biggest songs in the world!'" Don explains. "I mean, it's an honor for me for him to have me on the track. I'm just really appreciative. "The good thing about this song is that you don't need to know what it says because it's literally a feel-good tune. Summertime is coming, and everyone is going to be playing this." "Calypso" will premiere this Thursday, June 14! (Eonline)

Fleetwood Mac to debut new lineup at iHeartRadio Music Festival. The iHeartRadio Music Festival, to be held September 21 and 22 at Las Vegas' T-Mobile Arena, has added Fleetwood Mac to a lineup that includes Justin Timberlake, Carrie Underwood, Mariah Carey, Imagine Dragons, Jason Aldean, Sam Smith, Luke Bryan, Kelly Clarkson, Shawn Mendes, Rae Sremmurd and Logic, among many more. The two-day event will be hosted by Ryan Seacrest. It will be Fleetwood Mac's first time performing with new band members Mike Campbell and Neil Finn, and the group's debut performance at the festival, which is geared at the broad audience listening to iHeartMedia's over 800 radio stations. The announcement arrives ahead of a tour that kicks off in October. Member Lindsey Buckingham left the group in April. It was announced that former Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers guitarist Campbell and Crowded House singer Finn would fill in for Buckingham. The iHeartRadio festival has traditionally included a veteran act on its lineup. In previous years, Aerosmith, Queen + Adam Lambert and Billy Idol have held that slot. This year, Lynyrd Skynyrd will also be featured. "It is an honor to be performing at the iHeartRadio Music Festival for our very first time," said Stevie Nicks. "The beauty of an event like this is that it is a true representation of the power of radio. It's an opportunity for artists across all genres to share one stage and what we all love most -- music!" The iHeartRadio Music Festival will be broadcast live across the iHeartMedia network to more than 150 markets and on the CW Network's CWTV.com and The CW App. A two-night television special is scheduled for Oct. 7 and Oct. 8. The 2018 iHeartRadio Music Festival is co-produced by John Sykes and Tom Poleman. (PageSix)

Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Amy Schumer Publicist Trio Leave 42West to Launch The Lede Co. Amanda Silverman, Meredith O'Sullivan and Sarah Levinson Rothman have brought their clients to new shop. 42West managing directors Amanda Silverman, Meredith O'Sullivan Wasson and Sarah Levinson Rothman have exited to form The Lede Co., The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The firm is launching with a strong roster that includes Rihanna, Will Smith, Reese Witherspoon, Queen Latifah, Charlize Theron, Lady Gaga, Emma Stone, Illumination, Anonymous Content, Pharrell, Amy Schumer, the Skimm, Makeready, Hello Sunshine, Penelope Cruz, PepsiCo, Jennifer Garner, Jessica Biel, Mary J. Blige, Halle Berry, Riley Keough, Shakira, Cara Delevingne, David Spade, Chelsea Handler, Whitney Cummings, Gael Garcia Bernal, Jennifer Connelly and Gabrielle Union. Wasson will be based in Los Angeles, while Silverman and Rothman will be in New York. The trio will serve as co-CEOs of the company, which will focus on strategic communications as well as brand and reputation management for individuals and businesses. "The three of us have been privileged to work closely together for the last decade, and during that time, we have found that each of our individual styles and specialties in the talent and corporate worlds complement each other," the three Lede co-CEOs said Tuesday (June 12) in a joint statement. "As the entertainment, media and branding worlds continue to grow and shift, we are confident that our combined skills and experience have readied us to implement strategies that move along with it, and we can't wait to see where this new journey takes us." They added, "Our time at 42West was invaluable, and we are so grateful to [co-CEOs] Leslee [Dart], Amanda [Lundberg] and Allan [Mayer] for their mentorship, wisdom, for building a company that truly felt like a family, and for their continued friendship as we begin this exciting new phase." (Billboard)

Kanye West Shares Tracklist For New Nas Album. Nas' long-awaited new album is due to drop this Friday. Most details are still locked away, though we know Kanye West produced it. And thanks to Kanye, we now know its tracklist. As his collaborative Kids See Ghosts project with Kid Cudi races to a top 5 debut on the Billboard 200, 'Ye shared the Nas album's seven song titles: "Everything," "Bonjour," "Not For Radio," "Adam & Eve," "Simple Things," "Cops" and "I Can Explain." Earlier this week, Kanye posted a round of tweets announcing his involvement on what will be Nas' twelfth studio album. "We're here creating in real time just having fun. I hear the albums blasting out of the cars when I walk down the street. Kids come up to me and tell me their favorite songs. We're experimenting with new sounds structures and ideas," he wrote. There's no word yet on the title of Nas' new set, which is the followup to Life Is Good, a Billboard 200 chart-leader on its release in July 2012. Kanye is on a roll. G.O.O.D. Music's commander-in-chief produced Pusha-T's Daytona, released his new artist album ye, and last week shared Kids See Ghosts, his collaborative set with Kid Cudi. He's not done yet. Next Friday should see a new Kanye-produced solo album from Teyana Taylor. (Billboard)

Bono's daughter calls out sleepy fan at U2 show. Among the stars spotted at U2's intimate Apollo show was Eve Hewson, Hollywood It girl and Bono's daughter. Hewson, who stars as Maid Marian in upcoming "Robin Hood," was in a VIP box, and she even called out one fan who looked ready for nap as the crowd went ape. "Y u here bro?" she captioned an Instagram story of a woozy-looking dude yawning. After the electrifying SiriusXM set, Hewson was at a Red Rooster after-party with guests including Rande Gerber and model daughter Kaia. (PageSix)

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