3 September, 2015 - MTV.com
Today in Instagram, Tom Holland showed of a picture of an old Spider-man costume he used to wear as a child.
3 September, 2015 - MTV.com
Lil Wayne thinks back to how he spent the first money he made off rap, back when he was 14 years old.
3 September, 2015 - MTV.com
MTV News spoke with Harvard Law professor Lawrence Lessig about his left-field presidential bid and how he might shake up the race.
3 September, 2015 - NME.com
Ugly Kid Joe have announced plans for a comeback album, their first in 19 years. The band will return with 'Uglier Than They Used Ta Be' on October 16. It is their first LP since their 1996 studio effort 'Motel Callifornia'. It was recorded at Balance Studios in Covington, Louisiana under the helm of Dave Fortman, who has previously worked with Slipknot, Godsmack and Evanescence. "It's a full circle of sorts," said frontman Whitfield Crane. He added: "There was a lot of love and talent in one room and that is exactly what this album sounds like." The album also includes a cover of the Motorhead classic 'Ace of Spades', which features Motörhead guitarist Phil Campbell. Campbell also appears on the tracks 'My Old Man' and 'Under The Bottom'. The tracklisting for 'Uglier Than They Used Ta Be' is as follows: 'Hell Ain't Hard To Find' 'Let The Record Play' 'Bad Seed' 'Mirror The Man' 'She's Already Gone' 'Nothing Ever Changes' 'My Old Man' 'Under The Bottom' 'Ace Of Spades' 'Enemy' 'Papa Was A Rollin' Stone' The band are also hitting the road for a UK tour this month, finishing with two shows at London's Underworld: Ugly Kid Joe will play: Milton Keynes, Crauford Arms (September 14) Manchester, Soundcontrol (15) Glasgow, The Garage (17) Nottingham, Rescue Rooms (18) Wolverhampton, Slade Rooms (19) Reading, Bowery District (20) Bournemouth, Sound Control (22) Plymouth, The Hub (23) Bristol, Marble Factory (24) Brighton, Concorde 2 (25) London, Underworld (26,27)
3 September, 2015 - Billboard.com
Soul Clap and George Clinton's Parliament Funkadelic may seem an odd marriage, but neither act has ever cared much for convention. The quirky...
3 September, 2015 - MTV.com
If you secretly suspect that your charmer is actually a snake, read on.
3 September, 2015 - Billboard.com
A Tampa Bay area man faces up to life in prison after he was convicted of killing an executive of the defunct music streaming service Grooveshark. A...
3 September, 2015 - Billboard.com
Since Robin Schulz's latest single "Sugar" ft. Francesco Yates was clearly crafted for radio domination, it only makes sense that he'd tap a trusted...
3 September, 2015 - NME.com
Justin Bieber has smashed One Direction's first week streaming record on Spotify with his new single 'What Do You Mean?'. The boy band racked up 20 million opening week streams when 'Drag Me Down' was released last month. But Bieber has passed One Direction with 21 million streams on the music app in just five days. The track is currently also on course to be the Canadian singer's first ever UK Number One single this week.  He has never topped the Official Singles Chart before, but the track is currently outselling last week's Number One, Rachel Platten's 'Fight Song', which has been knocked down to the Number Two spot. Getty Bieber's previous highest entry on the Official Singles Chart was 'Boyfriend', which was a Number Two hit in 2012. So far, the singer has had 21 solo Top 40 singles in the UK.  What Do You Mean?' was produced by Skrillex and is the first to be released from Bieber's forthcoming new studio album, his first record in three years. The as-yet-untitled LP is expected on November 13 and will feature collaborations with Drake, Diplo, plus more work with Skrillex.  Justin Bieber performed at the MTV Video Music Awards over the weekend (August 30), where he appeared to  break down in tears. Opening up about the incident during an interview on America's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon this week, he said: "It was so overwhelming for me, everything. Honestly, I just wasn't expecting them [the fans] to support me in the way they did. "Last time I was at an awards show [at the Billboard Music Awards in 2013] I was booed... I think it's just like I've worked so hard at this (new) album and at becoming the man I want to become, and then stepping into situations, you just can't help but feel judged. "So I was just feeling judged and wanting to win so badly, and wanting to do what I love so badly that I just put everything on the line. And I think that that was what was so special about the emotional moment at the end, that it was authentic. It was real. I was really just wanting it so bad." Watch the video for 'What Do You Mean?' below.
3 September, 2015 - MTV.com
Physical education isn't so bad anymore.
3 September, 2015 - MTV.com
See why this beauty blogger wants to share her secret with the world.
3 September, 2015 - Billboard.com
Pro tip: If you're going to catch One Direction's attention in concert thanks to your awesome sign, please make sure the grammar is correct. Harry...
3 September, 2015 - MTV.com
"Empire" released two new songs from season 2 ahead of the premiere.
3 September, 2015 - MTV.com
Unlike the awkward-fest most American students endure, sex-ed in these countries is hilarious, fun and super useful.
3 September, 2015 - NME.com
Chris Brown is being sued over a shooting at one of his shows earlier this year. The singer was hosting a concert at the Fiesta nightclub in San Jose in January, when an unidentified gunman opened fire. Five people were shot and injured, including Paul Briley, who has launched a lawsuit against Brown, alleging the singer failed to take adequate security measures during the gig. He is seeking unspecified damages, but Brown's representatives insist the lawsuit is without merit. Getty A statement from Brown's lawyers on HipHopWired.com states: "It is a poor reflection of our society that violence is so prevalent and it is always a tragedy when someone is physically harmed. However this is a completely frivolous "We expect that the case will be dismissed and in future, to avoid these reoccurring meritless lawsuits directed at Chris Brown, we plan to seek damages from all parties and their lawyers." A video was released shortly after the incident, which you can watch above, showing Brown performing 'Loyal' when he appeared to become distracted by something in the room. Moments later, the gunshots can be heard, and chaos ensues as attendees attempt to flee.  Meanwhile, the singer recently unveiled a new tattoo featuring the head of the Greek statue the Venus De Milo, which he had tattooed on his skull. The sculpture is one of the most famous pieces of ancient Greek art, depicting Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty. The R&B performer also revealed a tattoo featuring the head of a bull and wrote online: "I do what the fuck I want!"
3 September, 2015 - Billboard.com
The world of Americana music has been buzzing about The Black Lillies since the band first issued Whiskey Angel, their 2009 debut. In 2013, the band'...
3 September, 2015 - MTV.com
JR JR's new clip will probably get your feet moving. (Hopefully not off your body.)
3 September, 2015 - RollingStone.com
Arguably the most influential country band in history, Alabama are set to return September 18th with their first album of originals in 14 years. Called Southern Drawl, the project finds the Country Music Hall of Famers "getting off the porch" with a sound that revives the magic of country in the Eighties and Nineties. Hear Alabama and Alison Krauss' Romantic Duet The band's three core members (and cousins) — lead singer Randy Owen, guitarist Jeff Cook and bassist Teddy Gentry — see the album as a labor of love, and tell Rolling Stone Country they were inspired to make new music after realizing fans wanted them back. "Getting out here and touring like we have for a few years, seeing the response from the crowd, selling the tickets that we are, we realized there's still a lot of fan interest and support out there," says Gentry. "When you're away from it for 11 or 12 years, you start wondering if you're still relevant or not. But I think after getting back out there, one step led to another." Their relevance should not have been in question, really. Alabama was the band that shook up the status quo of their day, much like their acolytes Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line are doing now. Playing instruments on their own records, incorporating a rock influence, wearing casual street clothes and essentially inventing the idea of a country band — along with staging massive concerts with lights and sound that would rival anything in any other genre — Alabama laid the groundwork for country's mainstream explosion. Those days were long ago, though, and the bandmates are frank about encountering some obstacles on their way back into the fold, like getting in shape vocally. Famous for their stunning three-part harmonies, the band had to dig deep to revive their signature sound. Plus, nothing will ever compare to the clout they once commanded. "We had a deadline for this one," Gentry explains. "That was one of the things we got used to in the Eighties and Nineties: we'd have an unlimited budget. We never had anybody say, 'You're on the clock. You gotta be through in an hour-and-a-half.' That was tough on this album. . . But to me, we're doing the same thing and taking the same approach as we did in the Eighties and Nineties, where you work hard to find the very best songs you can, and try to make a great record out of a great song." The band was given the chance to produce the album completely themselves, though, and they say their record label never heard a track until the whole thing was finished. They wrote about half of the songs and sourced the rest from outside songwriters on Nashville's Music Row, coming up with a stylistically and emotionally diverse set of 13 tracks. With an undeniable air of Southern authenticity, Southern Drawl is at times charming, tender, lighthearted and defiant. "Wasn't Through Loving You Yet" is a very current-feeling, mid-tempo song, "Hillbilly Wins the Lotto Money" offers a splash of absurdity and "Footstompin' Music" does its title justice with help from a stomp-clap beat. Cook and Gentry each sing lead on their own tracks, and the guys say they were never trying to capture a particular modern sound — just something true to each story. In fact, many of the tracks fit right in alongside classics like "Song of the South" and "Mountain Music." Written by Tim James, George Teren and Rivers Rutherford, "This Ain't Just a Song" spells out the power behind the band's biggest hits, brimming with those famous harmonies and full of emotion.  It's amazing to me; almost everybody we've talked to has picked out that song," says Gentry. "The first time I played it for Randy, we talked about how it's kind of an inside, songwriter's song. We were a little skeptical about whether it was ready for prime time, but we thought, 'It's such a cool song, we’ve gotta give it a shot.' And I think our fans will get it, too." Conversely, "Southern Drawl" plays up the strong Southern identity the band has always possessed, but filters it through a checklist of un-wussified truisms, blaring guitars and protest-like shouting. "We drive trucks, we drink beer / We shoot whiskey and hunt deer," goes the chorus. "The guys who started writing this song — Chip Davis, Damon Carroll and Ronnie Rogers — one of them is a trainer, not a songwriter, and he brought this chorus up as a joke," Gentry explains. "They were talking about all the songs that talk about pickup trucks and stuff, and when I saw the title I thought 'What a cool title.'" Owen eventually helped finish the track, although it may still see some revision. "It already has a parody started," Cook jokes. "It goes, 'I can't hear, I can't see / I can't tell when I pee.' We call that one 'Southern Drool.'" The band is serious about the state of the nation's farms, though. At a time when country music's popularity is booming in the suburbs and less than five percent of the population works in agriculture, Alabama felt someone needed to speak up. A bumper sticker reading "No Farms No Food" was the catalyst for "American Farmer."  "That's who we are," says Owen about the prideful anthem, penned by Dave Gibson. "Teddy grew up on a farm, Jeff's a member of the FFA and 4H, and we feel like the most misunderstood and under-appreciated members of our society are the farmers and ranchers. We have the greatest famers in the world, and it seems like we do everything we can to discourage their creativity and productivity, and that's bullshit. We need to make it cool to become a farmer or a rancher." And of course, there's plenty of hot, sweaty romance for fans of classics like "Love in the First Degree" and "Feels So Right." Alison Krauss lends her fiddle and harmony vocals to the delicate "Come Find Me," while "One on One" (written solo by Owen) gives off the hazy aura of an Eighties music video, suddenly closing a door and dimming the lights on the listener. Owen starts the song off with a breathless, spoken-word promise to make his woman's night the best of her life, and his adoration swells from there. It's romantic in a way that country often isn't anymore, almost to the point of being uncomfortable. "Good," Owen responds to the idea with a smile. "Have you heard of a guy named Conway Twitty?. . . That's the thought. You look out here at these girls driving down the road, and this guy in the song wants to make her night beautiful so she's got something to drive home to. When you sing, ‘Look at me, don't say a word / My heart is hearing, I'll kiss where you hurt,’ that's maybe getting a little uncomfortable. But for me, that's the kind of uncomfortable I like." Related Southern Comforts: 25 Best Songs About the South See Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line Dance to Alabama Cover Alabama Back From Decade-Long 'Vacation' With New Album
3 September, 2015 - NME.com
Black Sabbath have announced plans for their final farewell tour. The band will kick off 'The End concert series in Nebraska in January before wrapping up in Australia and New Zealand in April. No UK dates have been announced yet. . A video announcement, which you can watch above, stated: ''It's the beginning of the end. It started nearly five decades ago with a crack of thunder, a distant bell ringing and then that monstrous riff that shook the earth. The heaviest rock sound ever heard. In that moment heavy metal was born, created by a young band from Birmingham, England barely out of their teens. ' Getty "Now it ends, the final tour by the greatest metal band of all time, Black Sabbath. Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler close the final chapter in the final volume of the incredible Black Sabbath story. Black Sabbath's farewell tour, 'The End,' begins on January 20, 2016 and it promises to surpass all previous tours with their most mesmerizing production ever. When this tour concludes, it will truly be the end, the end of one of the most legendary bands in Rock 'n Roll history... Black Sabbath." It is not yet clear who will be playing drums. Tommy Clueftos, who plays with Ozzy's solo group, played on the band's reunion album '13' and subsequent tours, after the original drummer Bill Ward fell out with his bandmates ahead of making the record. Speaking to NME at the Ivor Novello Awards in London earlier this year, Butler claimed that he had "absolutely no idea" if the rumoured tour would actually happen. He added: "I'd love to keep going, I'd desperately want to keep going before I kick the bucket". Butler's bandmate, guitarist Tony Iommi also said: "It'd be lovely to do a last tour, it'd be really nice to do that".
3 September, 2015 - MTV.com
Stream Rick Ross' new Black Dollar mixtape.
3 September, 2015 - Billboard.com
An organization that ran anti-cigarette smoking ads during the Video Music Awards has complained to MTV's parent company about the program's multiple...
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