His brother Noel, however, has yet to respond to his tweet, much to his and fans' disappointment.
Band members Mike Shinoda, Joe Hahn, Dave Farrell, Rob Bourdon and Brad share an honest reflection of the past 12 months on social media.
will.i.am says the group would rather perform as a three piece when they go on tour this fall than seek the services of a professional singer.
The Cuban singer treats fans to a handful of tracks during the event, including her hit single 'Havana'.
The visuals features the youngest member of Big Bang trying to win the attention of a woman with his wit and humor.
After being accused of ripping off a classic Jean Paul Gaultier advertisement, a rep for the singer explains company officials actually approved of the reference in the video before it was released.
The hip hop icon previously wrote an op-ed piece for the Philadelphia Inquirer, in which he slammed Jim Kenney for reportedly pulling the plug on his annual music event.
A source close to the project reveals that her team will only choose ten songs, adding that they've been working on the project for almost a year and a half.
The 45-year-old rocker says in a tweet, 'Let's get the BIG O back together and stop f***ing about the drinks are on me.'
Breezy can't wait for the song debut, sharing a new sneak peek of it on Instagram.
Springsteen makes an appearance at the gig to celebrate the 'Uptown Girl' singer's 100th Lifetime Performance.
'That's what 'Kids See Ghosts' was: to update the world on where I'm at,' the rapper speaks of his new album, in which he collaborates with West.
The 'With You' hitmaker quickly catches the boy and scoops him up in his arms when the young fan suddenly loses consciousness while dancing with the star onstage.
The Bardia Zeinali-directed music video features the musical duo singing and dancing in front of a bored-looking audience.
Directed by Andrew Sandler, the visuals shows the duo roping in DJ Khaled to recreate late rapper Heavy D's memorable opening scene as the doorman to an over-subscribed house party.
The four new songs which the rapper releases are 'Work Out', 'Wala Cam', 'I Might Need Security' and '65th and Ingleside'.
The winner of the annual album award will be unveiled at the Polaris Gala in Toronto on 17 September.
The release of the song is accompanied by an intense music video which can only be watched on Apple Music.
'It signifies zero appreciation for what Made In America has built alongside the phenomenal citizens of this city,' the rapper says in a statement.
The One Direction member says in a video, 'The album is still definitely my priority, it doesn't change any release time or anything like that, me doing the show.'