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2017-02-16

You can star in Maroon 5's new video...sort of

If you've ever dreamed of appearing in a Maroon 5 video, now's your chance. The band has partnered with a company called Vivoom to allow fans to insert themselves into their trippy new video for "Cold."  Once you log into MyColdVideo.com, you can make a 15-second video of yourself and upload it.  You'll magically appear in their video during the party scene, where an unintentionally drugged-up Adam Levine -- who's been dosed against his will - peers at you, looking confused, and tries to focus on what he's seeing. After filming your "starring role," you can upload the video to…

posted 2017/02/16 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Adele's "25", Beyonce's "Lemonade" Heading Back to Top 10

Adele won the Album of the Year Grammy for 25, but felt the award should have gone to Beyonce for her album Lemonade.  Well, both women will be happy that their respective albums are heading back into the top 10. Thanks to exposure on the Grammy Awards, Billboard reports that 25's sales by the end of the week will total about 45,000 copies, which likely will  see it return to the top 10 in a high position. As for Lemonade, it's on track to sell about 40,000 copies by week's end, which is also likely good enough for a return to…

posted 2017/02/16 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

OneRepublic heading out on 2017 Honda Civic Tour

OneRepublic is headlining this year's 2017 Honda Civic Tour.  The 36-date tour gets underway on Friday, July 7 in Kansas City, Missouri and runs through a show on September 12 in The Woodlands, Texas.  During the run, OneRepublic also will make eight non-Honda tour stops in Canada. Opening the shows will be "HandClap" hitmakers Fitz and the Tantrums and the winner of season eight of British X Factor, James Arthur. Tickets go on sale Friday, February 24 at 10 a.m. local venue time, but AT&T customers will have access to pre-sale tickets starting Monday, February 20 at 10 a.m. local…

posted 2017/02/16 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

It's all her fault: Bebe Rexha releases part 1 of debut album

After years of writing songs for other artists or being featured on other people's singles, Bebe Rexha finally has her own hit single, "I Got You."  Today, she releases the first installment of her debut album, All Your Fault Pt. 1, and she says it's just as eclectic as the hits she's been involved with over the years. Bebe wrote tracks for Rihanna, Nick Jonas and Selena Gomez, and sang on G-Eazy's "Me, Myself & I,"  David Guetta's "Hey Mama" and Martin Garrix‘s "In the Name of Love."  She tells ABC Radio that her album features "a little bit of electronic…

posted 2017/02/16 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

2017-02-15

Lena Dunham defends Taylor Swift's failure to speak out on politics

Taylor Swift posted a photo of herself going to the polls on election day, but many fans were upset that she didn't actively support a candidate.  She also took a lot of heat for praising the Women's March, but failing to march herself. But Taylor's BFF Lena Dunham has a message for those haters: leave Taylor alone! Speaking to Rolling Stone, Lena says of Taylor, "I just think everyone has to do it their way. When I was lesser-known, I was like, 'Who could not share their opinion?' Then I found out that when you talk about politics, people straight…

posted 2017/02/15 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Adam Levine trips out in “Cold” video, teases new album will be out “in a few months”

Maroon 5 has a trippy new video for their latest single, “Cold.” In the clip, due to be released today, a blonde-haired Adam Levine goes to a party and has something slipped into his drink. What ensues is one bizarre, hallucinogenic trip.The end features a cameo by Adam’s wife, Behati Prinsloo. He joins the model in bed after his wild night and she asks how everything went. He recounts his crazy trip, but she’s sleepily unfazed.Adam and Co. also appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show today to perform “Cold” for the first time. Ellen pressed Adam for details on when…

posted 2017/02/15 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Did The Weeknd throw shade at Justin Bieber on new track?

Justin Bieber doesn’t seem to be the biggest fan of The Weeknd since the singer started dating his ex, Selena Gomez. He previously told TMZ that he doesn’t listen to The Weeknd’s music, calling it “wack.” If that’s the case, he might not hear The Weeknd’s new song that seemingly throws some shade his way. The Weeknd is featured on a new track by the rapper NAV called “Some Way,” that includes lyrics that could be directed towards the Biebs.“I think your girl, think your girl fell in love with me/She say my f*** and my tongue gave a remedy,”…

posted 2017/02/15 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Rock legend Carlos Santana slams Beyonce as "not a singer, singer," walks back comments

Don't get on the Beyhive's bad side. That's a lesson rock legend Carlos Santana learned after giving an interview to the New Zealand Herald in which he called Beyonce's work "music to model a dress" to and said, "she's not a singer, singer." Santana took to Facebook Tuesday evening to clarify his remarks.  "My intent was to congratulate Adele on her amazing night at the Grammies. [sic] My comment about Beyonce was regretfully taken out of context," the guitarist and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer wrote. "I have the utmost respect for her as an artist and a person.…

posted 2017/02/15 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Lady Gaga, Sia, Sara Bareilles and dozens more join Jack Antonoff in letter protesting Texas "bathroom bill"

A veritable who's who of pop stars and actors have joined an effort by Jack Antonoff -- of .fun and Bleachers fame -- in opposing a proposed "bathroom bill" measure in Texas similar to the one passed last year in North Carolina which would restrict the use of public bathrooms on the basis of birth-certificate gender. Lady Gaga, Sia, Ariana Grande, Sara Bareilles, Britney Spears, Janelle Monae, Rita Ora and Carly Rae Jepsen, as well as veteran artists like Sting and Cyndi Lauper are just a few of the 142 signees of a open letter published Tuesday on TxTogether.org."I hope…

posted 2017/02/15 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Adele's George Michael tribute could have included Beyonce, Rihanna and James Corden

Adele's tribute to George Michael at Sunday night's Grammys was both emotional and memorable: she stopped and re-started her performance of "Fastlove" because she wanted it to be perfect for her hero. But if the original concept for the tribute had happened, Adele wouldn't have been alone on that stage, and she wouldn't have been singing "Fastlove." According to Billboard, George's manager originally wanted the tribute to include James Corden, Adele, Beyonce and Rihanna, each singing a verse from one of his songs -- including "Freedom" and "One More Try" -- as a mashup.  But Grammys Executive Producer Ken Ehrlich tells…

posted 2017/02/15 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Adele's George Michael tribute could have included Beyonce, Rihanna and James Corden

Adele's tribute to George Michael at Sunday night's Grammys was both emotional and memorable: she stopped and re-started her performance of "Fastlove" because she wanted it to be perfect for her hero. But if the original concept for the tribute had happened, Adele wouldn't have been alone on that stage, and she wouldn't have been singing "Fastlove." According to Billboard, George's manager originally wanted the tribute to include James Corden, Adele, Beyonce and Rihanna, each singing a verse from one of his songs -- including "Freedom" and "One More Try" -- as a mashup.  But Grammys Executive Producer Ken Ehrlich tells…

posted 2017/02/15 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

2017-02-14

The Chainsmokers accidentally reveal album release date is April 7

The Chainsmokers are really excited over their upcoming debut full-length album. So much so that they accidentally spilled the beans on its release date.During a Grammy red carpet chat with Entertainment Tonight, Drew Taggart revealed that the album -- called Memories: Do Not Open -- will be out April 7. “Was I supposed to say that?” Drew asks. To which his band mate, Alex Pall, responds, “No, but it’s all right.”The album title, Memories: Do Not Open, is also the name of the duo’s upcoming arena tour.The Chainsmokers won their first Grammy on Sunday, taking home the Best Dance Recording…

posted 2017/02/14 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR