The 'Ain't Your Mama' hitmaker also shares on Instagram a teaser clip for the music video, which will be released on Telemundo.
Frontman Jesse Leach is set undergo vocal surgery, leading the metal band to possibly cancel their shows in late April and early May.
Even though people speculate that the rapper takes aim at Lil Pump and Smokepurpp in the track, he says that 'several people can be that shoe.'
In an Instagram video, the songstress also expresses excitement of performing songs off 'Reputation' as well as previous albums.
The 'Pynk' songstress admits she is scared that her fans will leave her because she brings her new side on the album.
Stevie Nicks reveals the guitarist had to leave the band due to scheduling conflict, saying, 'We were supposed to go into rehearsal in June and he wanted to put it off until November, 2019.'
The 'Black Panther' star admits she's 'mad jealous' of everyone who got to see Beyonce performing at the music festival as she's kept busy with 'Avengers: Infinity War' promotional duties.
The 'Gold Digger' hitmaker takes to Twitter to confirm the news, saying that he no longer has a manager because he 'can't be managed.'
Directed by Mike Piscitelli, the visuals features the trio getting attacked by beautiful vampires in different locations, including an alley.
The 'American Idol' alum will perform Guns N' Roses' classics during the tour, which will kick off on May 10.
The Chainsmokers' member stays humble during his acceptance speech by noting that he often has difficulty coming up with lyrics.
Darryl Payne claims Barry and his people didn't obtain the licensing rights to include Judy footage in a promotional video of his 2014 album 'Duets'.
The 'Big Little Lies' actress serenades her husband after he invites her onstage during a Spotify event in Nashville, Tennessee.
In a video that the actor shares on Instagram, Nick is seen teaching the former some dance moves from his single 'X'.
The show set to take place at the Laugardalsvollur soccer stadium in Reykjavik on July 24 will attract 15,000 concertgoers.
Springsteen and Smith team up for a rendition of their 1978 hit 'Because the Night' and are joined by Michael Stipe for Smith's other big hit 'People Have the Power'.
Sting was afraid that they would get booted from Queen Elizabeth II's birthday concert after Shaggy was heading towards the royal box.
According to multiple sources, the hip-hop musician is also no longer working with music lawyers Howard King and Peter Paterno.
Directed by Jay Martin, the video features the singer lying on the ground while delivering the song as rocks, snow and rain pour down on him.
Directed by Scott Lazer, the video features the comedian receiving dirty looks as he shops at a grocery store.