J Balvin and Khalid have joined forces and released a joint single on Friday, titled "Otra Noche Sin Ti," alongside an accompanying music video.
The music video was released onto YouTube while the track can be streamed through Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Pandora, Tidal and Deezer.
"Otra Niche Sin Ti" features Balvin delivering lyrics in Spanish with Khalid singing in English.
Colin Tilley directed the music video, which features the duo performing inside of a mystical looking forest filled with fog.
"Otra Noche Sin Ti" will appear on Balvin's next studio album. The 35-year-old last released Colores in March 2020.
Gwen Stefani is back with a new music video.
The 51-year-old singer released a video Friday for a new version of her song "Slow Clap" featuring Saweetie.
The video shows Stefani and Saweetie singing and dancing in a high school gym and locker room. The pair are joined by several backup dancers.
Stefani shared a video with Saweetie on Instagram that announced the video's release.
"Uh oh, guess what? 'Slow Clap' is out now," she says.
Stefani released the original version of "Slow Clap" in March. The song will appear on her forthcoming fifth studio album, Let Me Reintroduce Myself.
Stefani performed "Slow Clap" and discussed her new music on Good Morning America in March.
"Generally, I just wanted to make an album that was full of joy and hope. I think the one line in ['Slow Clap'] is, 'Are you rooting for me like I'm rooting for you?' I feel like that was just kind of where I was at in that moment when I wrote the song," she said.
"I'm still writing," she added. "I think that's what's been really fun about this project, is to be able to drop singles and actually still be working on new music as I'm doing it."
Stefani has yet to share a release date for Let Me Reintroduce Myself.
Taylor Swift released on Friday a new, re-recorded version of 2008 album Fearless, titled Fearless (Taylor's Version).
The album is available to stream on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, YouTube Music, Tidal, Pandora, Tidal and Deezer.
Fearless (Taylor's Version) includes 26 tracks in total including 2010's "Today Was a Fairytale" that appeared on the soundtrack for film Valentine's Day and six songs that were previously never released. Those tracks are labeled as coming from the vault.
The six vault songs include "You All Over Me" featuring Maren Morris, "Mr Perfectly Fine," "We Were Happy," "That's When" featuring Keith Urban, "Don't You" and "Bye Bye Baby."
Swift announced in November that she will be re-recording all her old music after Scooter Braun sold the singer's master recordings to equity company Shamrock Holdings.
The re-recordings will allow Swift to own a version of her old music. She signed a new record deal with Universal Music Group in November 2018. The deal allows Swift to own her master recordings starting with the release of 2019's Lover.
The singer last released the album Evermore in December. Evermore is the sister album to Folklore, which was released in July.
iHeartMedia and Fox announced on Wednesday the nominees for the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards with The Weeknd leading all artists with eight nominations.
Megan Thee Stallion and Roddy Ricch earned seven nominations followed by Harry Styles with six.
The Weeknd's "Blinding Lights" is nominated for Song the Year, along with Post Malone's "Circles," Dua Lipa's "Don't Start Now," DaBaby's "Rockstar" featuring Roddy Ricch and Harry Styles' "Watermelon Sugar."
Megan Thee Stallion is nominated for Female Artist of the Year alongside Ariana Grande, Billie Eilish, Lipa and Taylor Swift.
Ricch is up for Male Artist of the Year with The Weeknd, Styles, Justin Bieber and Malone.
BTS will be competing for Best Duo/Group of the Year in addition to Dan + Shay, Jonas Brothers, Maroon 5 and Twenty One Pilots.
Megan Thee Stallion's "Savage" (Remix) featuring Beyoncé is nominated for Best Collaboration, alongside Chris Brown and Young Thug's "Go Crazy," Justin Bieber's "Holy" featuring Chance the Rapper, Gabby Barrett's "I Hope" featuring Charlie Puth and 24kGoldn's "Mood" featuring Iann Dior.
The 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards will air live from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on May 27 at 8 p.m. EDT on Fox.
The full list of nominees can be found on the official iHeartRadio website.
Fans will be able to vote on winners in several categories including Best Fan Army, Best Lyrics, Best Cover Song, Best Music Video, the Social Star Award, Favorite Music Video Choreography Award and Tik Tok Bop of the Year Award.
Voting begins Wednesday and lasts until May 19 at 11:59 p.m. EDT. Fans can vote on Twitter using the correct category and nominee hashtags or by visiting iHeartRadio.com/awards.
Willie Nelson, Ziggy Marley,Maggie Rogers and more are set to perform during National Geographic's virtual Earth Day Eve 2021 event on April 21.
Yo-Yo Ma, My Morning Jacket, AURORA, Rostam, Valerie June, José González and Angélique Kidjo will also be performing at the event, which starts at 8:30 p.m. EDT on National Geographic's official YouTube channel.
Jessica Nabongo is hosting Earth Day Eve with Brian Skerry, Dr. Jane Goodall, Lillygol Sedaghat, Dr. Lucy Hawkes and Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant making special appearances.
The show, which falls on the day before Earth Day, will celebrate a shared love for the planet and promises to feature visually stunning performances that span the globe.
Welcome 2 America, an unreleased album by late singer Prince, is set for release in July. The Prince Estate and Legacy Recordings said Thursday the "enigmatic and prescient statement album" will be released July 30.
Prince, who died of an accidental overdose at age 57 in April 2016, wrote and recorded Welcome 2 America prior to his 2010 tour of the same name.
The album "documents Prince's concerns, hopes, and visions for a shifting society, presciently foreshadowing an era of political division, disinformation and a renewed fight for racial justice," the Prince Estate said.
The title track, "Welcome 2 America," was released Thursday.
"Throughout the powerful song, Prince delivers a searing, spoken-word soliloquy set to music about golden parachutes, the superficial nature of social media, reality TV-fueled celebrity culture and corporate monopolies in the music industry, ultimately concluding that America is the 'Land of the free / home of the slave,'" a press release reads.
Sunday's episode of 60 Minutes will explore the making of the album and feature some of the unreleased songs.
Prince's estate previously released the posthumous albums Piano and a Microphone 1983 in 2018 and Originals in 2019.
How's this for a mid-week surprise: Twenty One Pilots have announced a new album. Not only that, it's dropping in just over a month.Scaled and Icy, the sixth studio effort from Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun, is due out May 21. You can listen to the lead single, "Shy Away", now via digital outlets.
Twenty One Pilots will celebrate the release of Scaled and Icy with their first streaming concert event, also premiering May 21. The virtual event will feature the debut performances of songs from the new record. Tickets are on sale now via Live.TwentyOnePilots.com.
Scaled and Icy is the follow-up to 2018's Trench, which spawned the singles "Jumpsuit," "My Blood," "Chlorine" and "The Hype." In 2020, Twenty One Pilots released two new songs: the quarantine-themed "Level of Concern," and the original holiday tune "Christmas Saves the Year."
Here's the Scaled and Icy track list:
"Never Take It"
Lionel Richie reflected on some of his most memorable moments with his longtime friend Tina Turner in a new Vogue profile.
"When I think of my dear friend Tina, I think of determination, strength, and an incredible work ethic," Lionel tells Vogue. "There are performers, there are singers and there are entertainers. Tina is all three."
The "Hello" singer recalls Tina opening up for him on his Can't Slow Down world tour in 1984, following the release of her comeback album Private Dancer.
"I remember her walking into the rehearsal. She was very quiet, almost shy, with this amazing smile and personality," Lionel remembers. "Then the music started and she turned into Tina Turner -- to the point where I couldn't perform. I would just sit and watch what she was doing."
Lionel said being on stage with Tina "was the most incredible feeling of my entire life." Like many, he said he was mesmerized by Tina's "singing, her performance, [and] her energy."
"From the moment, she stepped on stage with me during her comeback...to recording 'We Are the World,' to the time she took me on her Twenty Four Seven tour after I took a break, we have shared moments in history that I will never forget," he gushes. "My friend is a star and a living legend. A one-of-a-kind spirit that the world is blessed to have."
Tina is currently nominated for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist, having already been inducted as part of Ike & Tina Turner. If she makes the cut, she'll be only the second woman to be inducted twice: Stevie Nicks was the first.