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Never Never - Drenchill ft. Indiiana
Original Me - YUNGBLUD ft. Dan Reynolds
Little Richard Disavows the ‘Unnatural Affections’ of Homosexuality
Rock ‘n’ roll legend Little Richard, who has previously described himself as both “gay” and “omnisexual,” has a new outlook on life at 84 years old.
“Anybody come in show business, they’re going to say you’re gay. Are you straight? Are you a homosexual something? They’re going to say it. But God, Jesus, he made men, men, he made women, women, you know? And you’ve got to live the way God wants you to live.”
The “Tutti Frutti” singer, who no longer wears makeup or wigs, also spoke out against “unnatural affections.”
“You know, all these things. So much unnatural affection. So much of people just doing everything and don’t think about God. Don’t want no parts of him,” he said.
How Did Older Albums by Madonna, Mariah Carey & Janet Jackson All See Sales Gains This Week?
Thanks to sale pricing and fan promotion, a trio of older albums by Mariah Carey, Madonna and Janet Jackson all jumped into the iTunes Store's always-updating Top Albums tally. On April 27 and 28, Carey’s 2008 album E=MC2 was No. 1 on the iTunes Store’s Top Albums tally, while Madonna’s 1994 set Bedtime Stories visited No. 1 on April 30. Meanwhile, Jackson’s 1986 album Control also visited the top 10 during the week -- and at one point, all three albums were together in the top 10.
Mariah Carey 'Overwhelmed' by Resurgence of Love For 'E=MC2': 'What Is Going On?????'
Mariah Carey took to social media on Monday morning (April 27) to express her excitement and disbelief at her 2008 album E=MC2 unexpectedly topping the iTunes albums chart 12 years after its release.
"What is going on?????" the icon tweeted, sharing the surprise news with a series of mind-blown, lamb and sparkling heart emojis. Collecting herself, Carey went on to fully embrace the moment, writing, "How should we celebrate #JusticeForEMC2? I want to do a singing moment for you! Which song?"
Move On - Isaac Chambers feat. Dub Princess
Infected - Sickick
Bill Withers' Legacy Is So Much Deeper Than The Hits We All Know
Withers was poised — along with Stevie Wonder, Elton John and Carly Simon — to become a generationally transcendent pop star, Withers went with his heart and his desire to write and record great songs, whether they would be pop hits or not. +'Justments, Withers' last album for Sussex, was released in 1974 and spawned three singles, none of which charted higher than 50 on the pop chart. No doubt +'Justments was hampered by the financial struggles at Sussex, but he was also not interested in recording simple pop songs. A key, but underappreciated narrative of Bill Withers' career is not his chart-topping early hits — or his so-called comeback in the late 1970s with "Lovely Day" and few years later with Grover Washington on the Grammy winning "Just the Two of Us" — but the thoughtful, introspective and brilliant albums that he recorded in the interim, with little airplay or fanfare.
Kings & Queens - Ava Max
Riccardo & Yulia
How To Be Me - Ren x Chinchilla
Bachata Group Aventura Is Outselling Post Malone in U.S. Ticket Sales
Aventura’s reunion tour is doing very well in the U.S., further proving that the influence of Latin music in America is stronger than ever. The Romeo Santos-fronted group, which experienced stratospheric success in the early 2000s with the global bachata hit “Obsesión,” is now back on the road for the first time in 10 years.
The group just debuted at Number Three on Pollstar’s LIVE75 Chart — a list that ranks worldwide active tours by the average tickets sold — for the week of March 2nd. Based on six sold-out shows in markets that include Chicago and Houston, the band is raking in an average of $1.84 million per gig. Based on five shows, the average gross is higher than modern superstar Post Malone’s current number of $1.74 million. The only tour that’s currently pulling in a greater per-show gross, according to Pollstar’s chart figures, belongs to rock legacy band the Eagles.
Taylor Swift Takes Aim at Scooter Braun, Leo DiCaprio, and Kanye West in ‘The Man’ Music Video
With her latest music video for fan-favorite Lover track “The Man,” Taylor Swift takes aim at all of the men she has beef with by donning (very convincing) drag and reenacting as many sexist double standards as she could fit in four minutes and 14 seconds. And trust us when we say that there are a lot.
The Daily Beast
Die Young - Sheppard
Yungblud: ‘I tried everything, in terms of sexuality’
Singer-songwriter Yungblud has opened up about his sexuality again saying he ‘tried everything’ after he ran away from home aged 15.
The singer from Doncaster, northern England, also says thugs threatened to cut his head off in Russia, calling him a ‘faggot’.
And he addresses the break-up of his relationship with American singer-songwriter Halsey.
‘I tried everything. In terms of sexuality, in terms of drugs, I liberated myself, rather dangerously to be honest — recklessly. I wanted to figure myself out so bad I didn’t care. I always say to young people, it was a distraction.’
In the past, Yungblud has said he is ‘very fluid’ in his sexuality and that it depends on ‘connection’ with someone.
He says he is ‘more straight’. But he has previously said: ‘[If] I walked down the street and met a fucking bloke tomorrow, or a trans person, you never know.’
I'll Come Too - James Blake