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Charlie Puth headlining Global Citizen concert series promoting social change

Charlie Puth will be headlining a concert supporting positive social change around the world. The concert, part of The Accelerator Series presented by Global Citizen and Cadillac, will take place August 29 at the Cadillac House in New York City. At the performance, the Global Citizen Accelerator Award will be presented to the founder of Sanergy, a company committed to improving sanitation in the slums of Kenya. “It’s inspiring to see the impact one person can have in their community and around the world. I’m excited to celebrate these Global Citizens and their amazing achievements," Charlie says in a statement…

posted 2017/08/10 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Hear Pink's new single, "What About Us," out now; more new album details released

Wednesday night, Pink announced that her new album, Beautiful Trauma, would be out October 13.  Now, the first single from the disc, "What About Us," has arrived, along with more details about the project. "What About Us" was co-written by Pink and two of Ed Sheeran's main collaborators: Johnny McDaid of Snow Patrol, and Steve Mac.  The song seems to be a criticism of someone or some group of people -- possibly politicians -- who promised the moon, but then failed to deliver.  It ends with a call to action. "What about us? What about all the times you said…

posted 2017/08/10 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Imagine Dragons' latest album came after a much-needed break: "We were pretty unhealthy"

Imagine Dragons' latest album Evolve debuted at #2 and has produced a massive hit single, "Believer."  Frontman Dan Reynolds says there's a big difference in how they made this album, compared to their previous releases: They took a break to focus on their well-being before heading back into the studio. "It was the first time that we actually took time off the road to go home and kinda recuperate between album cycles, and I think that was really good for us," Dan tells ABC Radio.  He laughs, "It got us in a healthy spot...we were pretty unhealthy, to be honest!"…

posted 2017/08/10 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Pink announces new album, "Beautiful Trauma"

It's been a while since Pink fans have had a new album from the singer, but that's about to change. Pink announced on Wednesday that her upcoming album is titled Beautiful Trauma and will be out October 13. "I'm certifiably, insanely proud of this album," Pink wrote on Instagram. "It's been a while, and I'm grateful for all the years we've had. Looking forward to the next chapter with you." She also posted an image of what is presumably the album's cover art -- Pink herself, in a open down parka, rhinestoned bustier and sunglasses, standing in front of an…

posted 2017/08/10 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR


Coldplay to live stream Chicago show in virtual reality

Next Thursday, August 17, Coldplay will take the stage at Soldier Field in Chicago. If you can't make it out to the show, you can still experience something just like it. The British band has teamed up with Samsung to live stream the concert in virtual reality. If you have Samsung Gear VR headset, you'll be able to watch the broadcast live in 360-degrees. The stream begins at 8:30 p.m CT, and you can also watch a replay of the show until August 24. Coldplay is currently touring North America in continued support of their latest album, A Head Full…

posted 2017/08/09 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Kendrick Lamar weighs in on Taylor vs. Katy: "That's some *real* beef"

When Taylor Swift decided to release a remix of her song "Bad Blood," she tapped superstar rapper Kendrick Lamar to contribute a verse.  Now, Kendrick admits that, at the time, he had no idea that the song was designed to be a takedown of Taylor's former friend Katy Perry. Asked by Rolling Stone if he was aware that he was "taking sides in a pop beef" by appearing on "Bad Blood," Kendrick laughs and says, "No, I wasn't aware of that, bro. That's a great question. No! On the record, no. Which makes it even more funny now, for sure."…

posted 2017/08/09 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Fifth Harmony are "Down" for Latin American tour

Two members of Fifth Harmony are Latinas, so the quartet's fans in Latin American will be thrilled that they've just announced a Latin American tour. The trek will kick off September 29 in Santiago, Chile and visit Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Panama and Costa Rica.  The all-new production will feature new material from the group's upcoming self-titled album, due August 25.  So far, no North American dates have been announced. On August 27, two days after the album arrives, the girls will perform at the MTV Video Music Awards.  It'll be their first-ever performance on the awards show. Here are the…

posted 2017/08/09 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Taylor's mom takes the stand: "He sexually assaulted her. *That* guy."

Taylor Swift's mother Andrea delivered some emotional testimony Wednesday afternoon in Denver, at one point looking at David Mueller -- the deejay who is suing her daughter -- and saying, "He sexually assaulted her. That guy." Mueller has sued Taylor, saying her claim that he groped her during a meet-and-greet in 2013 is false, and caused him to be fired.  Taylor has countersued, claiming assault and battery for "offensive and harmful physical contact."  On Wednesday, Andrea Swift said she didn't witness the alleged incident, but after Taylor told her about it, she "wanted to vomit and cry at the same…

posted 2017/08/09 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Deejay in Taylor Swift case agrees it's "never inappropriate" for a woman to report being touched

Morning testimony is now complete on Day 3 of the trial involving Taylor Swift and David Mueller, the Denver, Colorado deejay she claimed groped her during a concert meet-and-greet in 2013. During his cross-examination of Mueller, Doug Baldridge, Taylor's attorney, asked the deejay, "Can we agree that if you accidentally touched Miss Swift’s rear, she’d have a right to not like that?”  Mueller agreed.  He and Baldridge both agreed that a photo taken at the meet-and-greet, which shows Mueller's arm and hand below Taylor's waist level, looks "awkward." "Would it have been possible to put your hand somewhere other than…

posted 2017/08/09 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Camila Cabello teases new ad campaign for Skechers

Camila Cabello is stepping out for Skechers. The singer announced her partnership with the sneaker brand on Twitter Wednesday and revealed a sneak peek of her campaign for Skechers Hi Lites, coming this fall. "One of the things that attracted me to Skechers is their philanthropic efforts to children in need and animals in need because that's something that's important to me and close to my heart,” Camila says in the video clip. She also says the new Skechers gig has seriously upped her cool factor with her little sister. “My sister is really excited about it ‘cause she gets…

posted 2017/08/09 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Liam Payne on One Direction's future: "We have to" reunite

Last month, Louis Tomlinson said there was "no question" that One Direction would reunite one day.  Turns out bandmate Liam Payne agrees. Speaking to Buzzfeed, Liam says, "Yes, I think we will reunite at some point in the future. We have to -- I mean, we’ve got an album we haven’t even toured yet, and I want to write some more songs as well with the boys." That album was Made in the A.M., which came out in November of 2015 and was the group's first without Zayn Malik.  It was a huge hit, but after its release, the group…

posted 2017/08/09 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

An emotional Kesha says new album, "Rainbow," "quite literally saved my life"

Kesha's long-awaited new album, Rainbow, arrives on Friday, but she appeared on ABC's Good Morning America Wednesday to talk about the disc, which comes in the wake of a long, highly-publicized legal battle with her producer, Dr. Luke, and her record label.  According to Kesha, recording the album is what kept her going through that painful experience. "I think this record...quite literally saved my life," she told ABC's Robin Roberts. "And I hope you guys like it, and I hope you can hear it, and I hope it helps people." Kesha also performed the album's first single, "Praying," and choked…

posted 2017/08/09 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR