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  1. Aretha Franklin, la reina del soul, está “gravemente enferma” y en compañía de su familia La cantante de 76 años, reconocida por canciones como "Respect" actualmente está en Detroit en compañía de su familia, quienes solicitan oraciones y que se respete la privacidad de la artista. Según reporta Showbiz 411, la cantante estadounidense Aretha Franklin está grave en la ciudad de Detroit. La mujer de 76 años reconocida como la reina del soul, y destacada en el R&B y gospel -sobretodo en la década de los 60 y 70- está en compañía de su familia, quienes solicitaron oraciones por la salud de Franklin y que se respete su privacidad. De acuerdo a lo informado por DailyMail, la mujer de “Think” y “Respect”, ha tenido diversos problemas de salud los últimos años, los cuales la obligaron a cancelar una serie de conciertos que tenía programados hasta este año. A lo largo de su vida, Aretha Franklin ha lidiado con problemas de salud como sobrepeso, alcoholismo y adicción al cigarro; y sus tres hermanos fallecieron por cáncer: Cecil (1989) tuvo cáncer al pulmón, Carolyn (1988) falleció por cáncer de mama, y Erma (2002) murió por cáncer a la garganta. Su última presentación en vivo fue el 2 de noviembre de 2017, durante el concierto a beneficio de la AIDS Fundation, liderada por Elton John, y en cuanto a show en solitario fue en agosto de 2017 en el Centro Mann de Filadelfia. Ese mismo año anunció que ya no cantaría en vivo. “Estaré gravando, pero este será mi último año dando conciertos. Esto es todo”, dijo en entrevista con una radio de Detroit en febrero del año pasado. La cantante es la primera mujer del mundo que ingresó al Salón de la fama del Rock and Roll (1987) y es la ganadora de 20 premios Grammy, entre otros logros. http://culto.latercera.com/2018/08/13/aretha-franklin-la-reina-del-soul-esta-gravemente-enferma-en-compania-familia/
  2. Selena Gomez Says She's All 'Done' With Her Next Album Selena Gomez attends 'Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation' film premiere on June 30, 2018 in Los Angeles. Fans have been waiting for any information they can get about Selena Gomez's next album -- the follow-up to 2015's Revival -- and they finally got some news this week. During a live stream on her friend Connar Franklin's Instagram account on Monday, Gomez casually pops in to say, "My album's coming out later." She then paused before adding, "I'm done with it."Back in May, Gomez announced that the new album would focus on "personal things" and had been in the works for two years. Her most recent album, 2015's Revival, birthed a string of hit singles, including "Good for You," "Hands to Myself" and "Same Old Love." Since then, she's released the stand-alone songs "Bad Liar" and "Fetish," plus the 13 Reasons Why soundtrack cut "Back to You" and a feature on Marshmello's "Wolves."
  3. Hallan muerto al modelo tatuado ‘Zombie boy’, famoso por video de Lady Gaga La cantante Lady Gaga lamentó el hecho en su cuenta de Twitter, expresando que "el suicidio del amigo Rick Genest, el chico Zombie es más que devastador". El joven que se hizo famoso al aparecer en el video de la canción ‘Born This Way’ de Lady Gaga, Rick Genest, murió de un aparente suicidio, según reportes citados por el medio especializado TMZ. El modelo fue encontrado en su apartamento en Montreal, según una fuente citada por iHeartRadio Canadá. La cantante Lady Gaga lamentó el hecho en su cuenta de Twitter, expresando que “el suicidio del amigo Rick Genest, el chico Zombie es más que devastador”. “Tenemos que trabajar más duro para cambiar la cultura, llevar la salud mental a la vanguardia y borrar el estigma de que no podemos hablar de ello. Si estás sufriendo, llama a un amigo o familia hoy. Debemos salvarnos unos a otros”, añadió. http://www.ntn24.com/entretenimiento/otros-paises/hallan-muerto-al-modelo-tatuado-zombie-boy-famoso-por-video-de-lady
  4. Inside Rihanna’s Upcoming Dancehall Album Jamaican producers and songwriters have submitted “500 records” for new album that’s been more than a year in the making RESUMEN EN EL PRIMER POST PARA LOS QUE NO QUIERAN LEER TANTO For more than a year, Rihanna and her label Roc Nation have been hunting for beats as they work to complete an album devoted to exploring the singer’s Caribbean roots, according to conversations with eight sources close to the project. In addition, two of those sources suggest that the singer is simultaneously at work on another pop-oriented album. Rihanna first mentioned the possibility of releasing a reggae-centric album publicly during a Vogueprofile in May, but her and her potential collaborators have been quiet ever since. The magazine suggested that Supa Dups, the veteran dancehall producer behind recent hits like Drake’s “Controlla,” was “one influence” on the album, though other details were scarce. (While Supa Dups did not respond to email requests for comment, two other sources with knowledge of Rihanna’s album confirmed the producer’s involvement.) Along with Supa Dups, most of the biggest producers and singers connected to dancehall and reggae have submitted material for the album, including producer-writer duo R. City (Rihanna, Beyoncé), Stephen “Di Genius” McGregor (Vybz Kartel, Sean Paul), Linton “TJ Records” White (Serani, Vybz Kartel), producer-singer Ricky Blaze (Gyptian), Tyshane “Beam” Thompson (Yo Gotti, Lecrae), dancehall singer Kranium and reggae singer Chronixx. (The manager of Kranium and Chronixx declined to comment on his artists’ involvement.) According to one producer with knowledge of the album’s process, the mainstream Top 40 machine has been represented at some Rihanna sessions by superstar electronic producer Skrillex and Boi-1da (Drake, Beyoncé and Jay-Z). “[Rihanna’s team] have, no lie, 500 records for this project [from] different producers and writers,” says one dancehall producer A dancehall- and reggae-inflected album is not entirely out of left field for Rihanna. She has explored these sounds on 2010’s “Man Down” and 2011’s “You Da One,” while 2016’s Anti was boosted by the smash dancehall single “Work.” PARTYNEXTDOOR, a singer-songwriter of Jamaican descent who co-wrote “Work,” told Rolling Stone in 2016 that the song was not initially supposed to channel dancehall. “It was supposed to be a pop beat,” he said. “It turned into a reggae beat because I sang in patois.” But because Rihanna is from Barbados, “culturally, she got it right away,” he added. If “Work” was a happy accident, this time around, Rihanna and her team are consciously trying to create a dancehall-influenced album. The singer has already corralled a large number of demos from top-tier Jamaican talent, often enlisting producers that have a track record of creating songs that can penetrate the American market – Blaze, for example, produced Gyptian’s 2010 hit “Hold Yuh,”while White crafted Vybz Kartel’s “Fever,” which enjoyed a crossover trajectory last summer. It’s common for stars at Rihanna’s level to cull the best demos from reams of submissions when selecting songs for albums. “[Rihanna’s team] have, no lie, 500 records for this project [from] different producers and writers,” explains one dancehall producer who asked to remain anonymous. “They’re only choosing 10 records. They’ve been having writing camps and trying to keep them quiet for almost a year and a half now. I’ve been flying to Miami, flying to L.A., cutting records nonstop for this project.” “If the reggae artists and producers won’t get the chance on the pop album, at least let us survive on the dancehall album,” says a second producer “Every artist, every producer, every songwriter in Jamaica or of Jamaican descent has been working on [Rihanna’s album] and has little snippets of publishing or production credits on it,” another source close to the project says. “I think they’ve got eight songs,” he continues, “but her A&R is still asking for records.” “They’re looking for one more [song],” adds a third source with knowledge of the album-making process. Through a rep, Rihanna declined to comment on the new album. If Rihanna’s team likes a submission, they will do “some tweaking,” according to a second producer. “I didn’t even get the final [version of the song I turned in],” the producer adds. “I got the semi-final, and then I got the contracts. They ask my opinions, but you wouldn’t expect Rihanna to work with people that don’t do good work – they did some good work on it.” But another producer who submitted material for the album worries the star is diluting the Caribbean aspects of the music. “Their whole thing was, ‘Yo, we’re gonna make this [album] real dancehall, [real] Caribbean,'” says the producer. “Rihanna is Bajan, so let’s make this a full project like that. To me, it hasn’t been going that way. They’re kind of mixing it up, putting in the pop. If the reggae artists and producers won’t get the chance on the pop album, at least let us survive on the dancehall album. They’re changing up the direction continuously.“ But most of the singers and producers who have submitted material to Rihanna’s team believe that Jamaican music and Jamaican artists will benefit from being involved with such a high-profile release. “If the Rihanna album sells great numbers, faith will be restored in the [dancehall] genre as something to be invested in,” the second dancehall producer says. A third producer who has “done quite a lot of stuff” for the album says labels have started reaching out to him “asking if I had any songs that [Rihanna] didn’t take.” “People are already gearing up to go in that direction [towards dancehall] because somebody as big as her is doing that,” he adds. “If an artist like Rihanna comes out and does [an album influenced by Jamaican pop], that’s definitely going to shift the needle.”
  5. Las tablas no traen datos de pure sales, es sólo SPS total y el número de streams que llevan este año (audio+video en spotify, youtube, etc)
  6. Pop and Dance Pop are the clear favorites in the majority of states. Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” came in on top, having been streamed more than 1.7 billion times. At $0.0038 per stream, Ed has made upwards of $6.6 million on that song alone. In 6 of the 9 states that prefer Demi Lovato, there happens to be a higher-than-average female/male ratio (girl power for the win). Artists like Charlie Puth, Demi Lovato, Hailee Steinfeld, and Taylor Swift are made popular mostly by teens and preteens, and are all connected to states that have a population of 0-18 year olds above the national average. https://www.attsavings.com/resources/entertainment/top-spotify-artist-by-state/
  7. Cardi B Becomes First Female Rapper With Two Billboard Hot 100 No. 1s, as 'I Like It', With Bad Bunny & J Balvin, Follows 'Bodak Yellow' to the Top Cardi B, Bad Bunny and J Balvin's "I Like It" lifts from No. 2 to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, granting Cardi B an unprecedented feat in the chart's history, as she becomes the first female rapper with two No. 1s. She first reigned with her debut hit, "Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)," for three weeks beginning Oct. 7, 2017. Meanwhile, Latin music stars Bad Bunny and Balvin earn their first Hot 100 No. 1 each. Y ADEMÁS, el primer debut con dos #1 desde 'The Fame' de Lady Gaga según @chartdata y el primer álbum femenino con múltiples #1 desde '1989' de Taylor Swift
  8. Me insertan los tweets por favor? https://twitter.com/ddlovato/status/1001385153338408961 https://twitter.com/ddlovato/status/1001385339653709824 https://twitter.com/ddlovato/status/1001386597139603456 ¿Emocionado por más slayage de la queenvato la queenvato?
  9. Rihanna Reportedly Readying Two New Albums: One Radio-Friendly, The Other Experimental Rihanna's dual-album release is full steam ahead! A new report from Metro doubles down on singer-songwriter Elijah Blake's claims that Riri is working on two new records simultaneously. They claim one is chock-full of radio friendly bops – the other is a little more dangerous. "She’s currently recording two albums – one full of chart-friendly songs, and another made up of moody and experimental tracks – and is considering releasing a double disc if she feels the songs won’t mesh well on the same album, says a source. Singer-songwriter Elijah Blake, who helped craft "No Love Allowed" off 2012's Unapologetic, recently commented on a fan's Instagram post that dogged the pop star for focusing her attention on her ever-expanding beauty empire in lieu of releasing new music. That's because, according to Blake, she's got a lot more in the works than we anticipated. "Lol u do know she's in the studio working on 2 whole albums though right?" He posted a second comment with the word "allegedly" and a smirking emoji. Tweet con el comentario de Elijah aquí https://twitter.com/no1697/status/982625747717312512 no me deja pegar la foto PD: en su última entrevista a Vogue confirmaron que está trabajando en un disco reggae.
  10. Dos mujeres acusan a Noel "Detail" Fisher —productor detrás de hits de Beyoncé, Drake y Nicki Minaj— de abuso físico y sexual. Una cantante llamada Kristina Buch asegura que Detail la violó en febrero durante una sesión de grabación en Miami, según TMZ. La joven asegura que la golpeó, ahorcó y mordió en los labios la semana pasada, además de dejarle moretones por todo el cuerpo. Otra artista llamada Peyton Ackley dice que Detail la forzó a tener sexo con él frente a otro productor. También afirma haber sido obligada a tener sexo con Buch y después se masturbó luego de ordenarles que se tomaran fotos desnudas frente a él. Asimismo, Ackley lo acusa de abuso físico luego de golpear su cabeza contra una pared y arrastrar su cuerpo por una escalera en marzo de este año. Buch y Ackley consiguieron órdenes de alejamiento. Detail debe mantenerse 100 yardas lejos de ambas artistas y la hermana de Kristina. En 2011, una mujer reclamó que el productor la retuvo contra su voluntad en su casa de Country, Calif. La mujer, que había trabajado como asistente de catering, dice que fue asaltada sexualmente en un evento pre-Grammy. El productor ganador del Grammy trabajó durante el último en tiempo en "Drunk in Love" de Beyoncé y Jay Z, "Sexy Can I" de Ray J y "How To Love" de Lil Wayne. Fuente: http://www.rap-up.com/2018/05/09/producer-detail-accused-of-rape-abuse/ __________________________________________________________ Y aquí Jessie Reyez, Bebe y Tinashe hablando de su experiencia con él:
  11. "Fall In Line" finds our two leads coming in hot over a slow-burning, soulful beat — and we'd have it no other way. Xtina sings a verse reminding young women of their invaluable worth. These women are not made to fall in line! Damn right. Then Demi's verse — again, whoa. Because honestly, if you're a male and you dare to talk over powerhouses like Xtina and Demi, you'll wither under their power. Smash the patriarchy! —Paper Magazine With the music industry still yet to face its some of its darkest demons, the pop superstars are taking charge by empowering their fellow women. Over booming, soulful production, Xtina begins by sharing some wisdom with young women: "In this world, you are not beholden / You do not owe them / Your body and your soul." The song grows in ferocity, as well as in its ambitious vocals, as Demi declares, "You're more than flesh and bones" before two belt and harmonize throughout in a move that seems to solidify Lovato as an undeniable voice of her generation. And while the song lets both divas' best qualities—those voices—shine, ultimately this track feels like Time's Up anthem the music industry needed. The message of "Fall in Line" aims to empower women with knowledge and uplift them, instead of waiting for the industry or world to change for them. — Fuse "Fall in Line" could very well be Liberation's "Beautiful," a fiery barn burner for little girls with dreams that allows Aguilera to really wring her voice for every drop of might be called ecstatic schmaltz. And, like "Beautiful," the song really works. —W Magazine The anthem sees the pop icons sing of the pressures women face, providing an empowering comeback to the negative stereotypes that surround women and girls. —NME It’s a melancholy spin on the empowerment themes of Aguilera’s “Beautiful” and Lovato’s “Confident,” but the underlying message are the same. The two singers trade lines and harmonize throughout over a backing track that recalls Lovato’s own record Tell Me You Love Me from last year. There’s also an impressive key change toward the end, as well as a deep male voice that intones “who told you you’re allowed to think?” It all adds up to one of the better songs released from Liberation thus far. —SPIN Xtina & Demi find an easy chemistry over an evocative production and stun with beautiful harmonies.Boasting a striking production and incredible performances from both Xtina and Demi, “Fall In Line” has all the signs of becoming a massive hit this summer. The Stripped diva is showing off her versatility on the LP so far. “Accelerate” highlighted her hip-hop sensibilities over its slick beats while “Twice” offered a moment for stunning balladry. However, this is the most pop and radio friendly song we have heard yet. —Idolator Titled “Fall in Line”, it’s an anthem for female empowerment featuring Demi Lovato, a fellow strong, outspoken woman and powerhouse vocalist. “Listen girls, listen closely/ Cause no one told me/ But you deserve to know/ That in this world, you are not beholden,” Aguilera rails against the patriarchy in the opening verse. “You do not owe them your body and soul.” —Consequence of Sound
  12. Commencement speeches are supposed to be inspirational, motivating the graduating students so they feel confident leaving school and entering the work force. In Chance The Rapper's speech to Dillard University in New Orleans, yesterday, he was just that, delivering hope and purpose to the students. However, in the middle of his speech, he made one statement that might get him in trouble with a few music purists. "In that instance, I realized something," says Chance during the commencement speech. "I realized that all of us have a responsibility to be greater than the people who came before us. We have a responsibility to be not as good as them, or to live up to their example, but to actually surpass them, even when it seems scary." Then he dropped the bomb. "We have to overcome that fear and be greater than our role models," says Chance. "Beyoncé's performance was better than any performance Michael Jackson ever did. That woman, better than Mike. Black woman, better than Mike." He finished with a defiant "I said it," knowing full well the controversy of his statement. ¿Consideras a Beyoncé mejor performer que Michael? ¿Están ambos en el mismo nivel o hay uno definitivamente más arriba?
  13. Fuente: https://www.vogue.com/article/rihanna-vogue-cover-june-issue-2018
  14. Bebe Rexha ✔@BebeRexha I truly believe “Meant To Be” paved the way for other artists to jump into country. This is the most fulfilling thing to me more then #1 18:32 - 26 de abr de 2018 Margo Price ✔@MissMargoPrice Nope. A collab with FGL?! That ain’t country, honey Sit down, be humble. https://twitter.com/beberexha/status/989618271652462592 … 19:39 - 27 de abr de 2018 · Pittsburgh, PA :descaro: :Descaro:
  15. Labrinth, Sia and Diplo announce supergroup called LSD, new music is coming this week Syco will release the group's first single. Following months of speculation, Labrinth, Sia and Diplo have confirmed their new supergroup, called LSD. See what they've done there? The superstar trio will release their first single this Thursday (May 3), as confirmed by Sia on her social media channels. LSD's single is being released through Syco, who Labrinth is also signed to as a solo artist. LSD have three Number 1 singles between them as named artists as well as plenty of hits as producers and songwriters. It's not Diplo's only new project. The Major Lazer member has also joined forces with Mark Ronson to form Silk City. The duo are performing at this year's Bestival.
  16. https://twitter.com/kanyewest/status/990263790368256000 La canción es como un debate con T.I sobre Trump la otra está en http://www.kanyewest.com/ y supuestamente es un diss contra J Cole porque él "siempre le manda indirectas"
  17. Eminem’s “Lose Yourself” is no officially certified diamond in the United States, meaning the song has now sold 10 million downloads in the country. It’s Eminem’s third diamond single after “Not Afraid” (11 million) and “Love The Way You Lie (12 million) to earn diamond status. Eminem is now the first rapper and second artist (after Katy Perry) to achieve this accolade. Eminem’s total single sales now stands at 107,500,000 (107 million!) and holds second place as the best selling single artist of all time. Check the Top 10 sellers below: Eminem y Katy Perry son los únicos en tener 3 Singles con Certificación Diamante http://www.southpawer.com/2018/02/28/eminem-lose-yourself-diamond/
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