Jason Aldean has premiered the video for his latest song "Tonight Looks Good On You." The clip features Aldean and another couple, with Aldean playing a sympathetic coworker who takes over his friend's shift so his friend can take his wife out on a date. Aldean says he enjoyed placing himself in a new perspective in the video, in which he takes a secondary role to the couple.
Rihanna says she is flattered that Karrueche Tran called her "beautiful." Tran made the comments about Rihanna's beauty in an interview on May 26, after which a source near Rihanna told HollywoodLife.com exclusively, "When you are called beautiful, that is only a nice thing! Who is not going to accept that? [Rihanna thinks] it's flattering."
Neil Young has confirmed that his upcoming new album The Monsanto Years, recorded with Promise Of the Real, will be released on July 29. Promise of the Real features Lukas Nelson and Micah Nelson, sons of country legend Willie Nelson. The group is rounded out by Anthony Logerfo, Corey McCormick and Tato Melgar.
Chris Young says that his upcoming new record is a bit different from ones he has recorded in the past. He also says that there are some things on the album he has never done before. "There's a male/female duet on here, which is something I've never done before, with Cassadee Pope, that I think everybody is gonna be really excited about," Young shares.
Jason Derulo and Jennifer Lopez has released their new collaborative track, "Try Me." "So try me in the morning," sings Derulo on the summer made track. "When the sun comes rising up." "Try me," responds Lopez, "in the afternoon, in the afternoon when you can't just get enough." Derulo clinches the conversation, singing, "Try me in the evening, satisfaction guaranteed."
Muse have discussed a mural of the band in their south Devon hometown, saying they are surprised that no one has defaced it yet. The image, thought to have been drawn by street artist Mos in Teignmouth town center, shows silhouettes of the band laughing.
Queen have teamed up with developers Soshi Games to deliver a new official band app, titled Queen: Play the Game. The app, out now for iOS and Android devices, offers what Soshi promises to be "beautiful imagery from Queen's official archive, re-sampled sounds from all the hits and many recordings you may not have heard."
Thin Lizzy guitarist Scott Gorham reveals that the band came close to cutting their biggest hit single "The Boys Are Back In Town." "Back then, you picked 10 songs and went with those because of the time restrictions of vinyl. We recorded 15 songs, and of the 10 we picked, that wasn't one of them," he tells Classic Rock. "But then the management heard it and said, 'No.'"
Beyoncé made the 2015 Forbes' World's Most Powerful Women List, placing number 21, the highest in the Celebrity category. "The highest-ranked entertainer on this year's Power Women list, Beyoncé also took the top spot on last year's Celeb 100 list after earning big from her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour and the surprise release of her self-titled album," her Forbes profile reads.
Meek Mill has confirmed that he and Nicki Minaj are not engaged.
The rumors started back in April when Minaj posted an Instagram photo of her hand with a massive heart-shaped ring on it. She captioned it with a series of heart, ring, and diamond emojis. Mill also fueled speculation by posting a yellow heart emoji.
Tatum O'Neal, star of "Rescue Me," says she has lately started dating women, although she doesn't consider herself to be homosexual. She prefers women, the actress tells People, because they're "more intelligent" than men. "I definitely have been dating mostly women recently . . . I'm not [gay or straight]," she explains. "I think women are the most amazing creatures on earth."
Drake and Tinashe have teamed up for "On a Wave," a single to feature on Drizzy's upcoming record Views from the 6. The laid back Noah "40" Shebib-produced cut features bongos and synths and a mellowed out vibe. The cut sees Drake cooling things off with his lady, while Tinashe, in the latter role, seems happy to comply.
Garth Brooks has added new headlining shows in New Orleans, the first of his career, to his seemingly never-ending world tour. Brooks has added two shows in the city. Brooks, along with his wife Trisha Yearwood, will play the N.O.'s Smoothie King Center on July 10 and 11; both shows are scheduled for 7 p.m. These dates will be Brooks' first concerts in Louisiana in 18 years.
A letter written by George Harrison has been sold for $20,000 by L.A. rock collectibles seller Record Mecca. In the missive, dated 1966, Harrison writes to Atlanta DJ Paul Drew in the lead up to the recording of Revolver. He says that the Beatles considered dumping longtime producer George Martin in order to record with Jim Stewart at Stax Studios.
Taylor Swift made the 2015 Forbes' World's Most Powerful Women List, placing number 65. "Taylor Swift's (65) controversial decision to pull her music from streaming service Spotify paid off in a big way - 1989 had the biggest first-week sales in 12 years and made Swift the only artist ever to have three consecutive albums sell a million copies their first week," Forbes said.