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Warner Bros Discovery Reshapes International Kids Team; Pablo Zuccarino Upped & Christopher Ho Out - deadline.com - Madrid
deadline.com
13.07.2024 / 14:37

Warner Bros Discovery Reshapes International Kids Team; Pablo Zuccarino Upped & Christopher Ho Out

Warner Bros Discovery‘s international kids content unit has reshaped, with several execs taking on expanded roles and APAC chief Christopher Ho exiting.

Listen to Killer Mike address his Grammy arrest on new song, ‘Humble Me’ - www.nme.com - Los Angeles - Atlanta
nme.com
13.07.2024 / 13:34

Listen to Killer Mike address his Grammy arrest on new song, ‘Humble Me’

Killer Mike has dropped new song ‘Humble Me’ – tackling his recent arrest at the 2024 Grammys.The Atlanta rapper released ‘Humble Me’ and an accompanying music video hours after winning Album of the Year at this year’s BET Awards for his sixth studio album, ‘Michael‘. The striking black-and-white video shows Mike rapping to the camera while police gradually remove his jewellery and handcuff him.Through his lyrics, he drew parallels between his recent arrest and the experience of civil rights activists as well as the Biblical story of Daniel in the lions’ den.While reflecting on the February 4 incident, he rapped: “I won at the Grammys for spitting my grammar / Did that for Atlanta, bruh / swept up like a janitor / Got sent to the slammer / Treat me like an animal or some kind of Hannibal / Vicious and cannibal.”He continued: “I walked out the door with my head up and handcuffs with pride / ‘Cause all of my heroes wore handcuffs / The FBI shot some of them and they died.” Mike’s son Mikael ‘Pony Boy’ Render also made a cameo while his dad rapped: “So I went to sleep as free as could be / and the next day my son got a kidney” – confirming that his son had a life-saving kidney transplant a day after the Grammys.Earlier this year, Mike was detained by Los Angeles police, which stemmed from an altercation with a security guard outside the Grammy pre-telecast.

Listen to Pale Waves’ “euphoric” new break-up song ‘Glasgow’ - www.nme.com - Britain - London - Manchester
nme.com
13.07.2024 / 10:25

Listen to Pale Waves’ “euphoric” new break-up song ‘Glasgow’

Pale Waves have shared a new single called ‘Glasgow’ – you can listen to it below.The song serves as the second preview of the Manchester band’s fourth album ‘Smitten’, which is due for release on September 20 via Dirty Hit (pre-order/pre-save here).“‘Glasgow’ is my favourite from ‘Smitten’,” explained frontwoman Heather Baron-Gracie. “It’s about leaving someone because you know it’s no good for either of you anymore.

Listen to Michael Kiwanuka’s powerful new single ‘Floating Parade’ - www.nme.com - USA - New York - Canada - county Howard - Seattle - city Copenhagen - Lisbon - city Bern
nme.com
13.07.2024 / 09:53

Listen to Michael Kiwanuka’s powerful new single ‘Floating Parade’

Michael Kiwanuka has shared a new single called ‘Floating Parade’, made with Danger Mouse and regular collaborator Inflo. Listen to it below.The release of the powerful track follows Kiwanuka’s stellar performance on Glastonbury‘s Pyramid Stage last month.

Listen to Deep Purple’s heavy new single ‘Lazy Sod’ - www.nme.com - Britain - Manchester - Birmingham - Switzerland
nme.com
13.07.2024 / 07:05

Listen to Deep Purple’s heavy new single ‘Lazy Sod’

Deep Purple have shared their new single ‘Lazy Sod’ – listen below.The release of the Bob Ezrin-produced track marks the third single the band have shared from the upcoming album ‘=1’, following ‘Portable Door’ and ‘Pictures of You’.The album arrives on July 19 via earMUSIC, and will be the band’s first full-length release since 2021, when they dropped the covers album ‘Turning To Crime’, and the first LP of original material since 2020’s ‘Whoosh!’.On their official website, they shared the unlikely inspiration behind the song’s name. Frontman Ian Gillan explained: “Recently, a young journalist asked me how many songs I had written in my life.

Listen to Eminem diss Diddy on new album ‘The Death of Slim Shady (Coup De Grâce)’ - www.nme.com - Detroit
nme.com
13.07.2024 / 03:33

Listen to Eminem diss Diddy on new album ‘The Death of Slim Shady (Coup De Grâce)’

Eminem has dissed Diddy on his brand new album ‘The Death of Slim Shady (Coup De Grâce)’.The Detroit rapper just released his new record today (July 12), where fans noticed Em sending shots to the disgraced hip-hop mogul.Diddy has faced a number of allegations against him, with R&B singer and ex Cassie Ventura sparking the wave with her lawsuit against him accusing him of rape. The two settled the lawsuit “to mutual satisfaction” a day after the case was filed, according to a release sent by attorney Douglas Wigdor, who represented Ventura.

Listen to Jake Bugg’s punky new single ‘All Kinds Of People’ - www.nme.com - Britain - London
nme.com
13.07.2024 / 03:25

Listen to Jake Bugg’s punky new single ‘All Kinds Of People’

Jake Bugg has released his brand new single ‘All Kinds Of People’ from his upcoming album ‘A Modern Day Distraction‘.The new song opens with a twangy guitar riff and pounding kick drum while Bugg sings about staying strong while facing hardships in life. “Hey! What do you say / We’re all / kinds of people / But we’re all the same,” he sings in the chorus, describing that though everyone is different, we are all trying to make it through.Speaking about the track in a press release, the Nottingham singer said: “We all have our struggles.

Listen to Orville Peck and Beck’s high rolling new collab ‘Death Valley High’ - www.nme.com - Las Vegas - county Stone - city Sin
nme.com
13.07.2024 / 00:15

Listen to Orville Peck and Beck’s high rolling new collab ‘Death Valley High’

Orville Peck has teamed up with Beck for their new high rolling collab ‘Death Valley High’. Check it out below.The track features a bright horn section and groovy bass and guitar lines while both Peck and Beck sing: “Sin City lights / Spin the wheel around and roll the dice / Death Valley high / Gonna let it run like the devil’s son tonight,” shouting out Las Vegas and its electric scene.Directed by Austin Peters, the accompanying video for ‘Death Valley High’ serves as a tribute to Vegas and opens with the words “Peck Beck” in lights as a homage to Elvis Presley’s ’68 comeback special. It sees both musicians perform in the middle of a roulette wheel and features cameos by Sharon Stone and Gigi Goode while having a night out in Sin City.The song is the latest to be shared from Peck’s forthcoming album ‘Stampede’ which is set for release on August 2 via Warner.

Listen to Kesha’s playful first single as an independent artist: ‘JOYRIDE’ - www.nme.com - USA - county Independence
nme.com
13.07.2024 / 00:13

Listen to Kesha’s playful first single as an independent artist: ‘JOYRIDE’

Kesha has shared the energetic ‘Joy Ride’ – her first release as an independent artist since parting ways with Dr. Luke.The song was released today, which is Independence Day in the US (July 4).

Listen to Nicola Coughlan’s debut pop song ‘Shoes, More Shoes’ - www.nme.com - Britain
nme.com
30.06.2024 / 20:39

Listen to Nicola Coughlan’s debut pop song ‘Shoes, More Shoes’

Bridgerton‘s Nicola Coughlan has released her first single, titled ‘Shoes, More Shoes’, in aid of LGBTQ+ charities – check it out below.After revealing her hidden ambition to release a jokey pop-anthem earlier this year, Coughlan has teamed up with producer Ellis Miah to make her dream a reality.In an interview with Hits Radio UK in May, Coughlan shared her admiration of the musical careers of her favourite reality TV stars. “You know, when the Real Housewives release pop songs just exclusively for gay men? That’s like my dream job,” she said.

Listen to Jessie Ware and Romy’s emphatic new single, ‘Lift You Up’ - www.nme.com - London
nme.com
30.06.2024 / 09:19

Listen to Jessie Ware and Romy’s emphatic new single, ‘Lift You Up’

Jessie Ware and Romy have released a new track, ‘Lift You Up’. Check it out below.Ware brought Romy on to perform the track during her headline slot on Glastonbury 2024’s West Holts stage last night (June 29) and the pair have now released it as a single.A euphoric slice of disco-infused house, ‘Lift You Up’ is Ware’s first new music since last year’s ‘Hello Love’, while Romy last released ‘Always Forever’ at the end of May.

Watch SEVENTEEN cover Adele, Michael Jackson and Bruno Mars in a restaurant in Bath - www.nme.com - county Bath
nme.com
29.06.2024 / 10:31

Watch SEVENTEEN cover Adele, Michael Jackson and Bruno Mars in a restaurant in Bath

SEVENTEEN have been spotted performing covers of Adele, Bruno Mars and more at a restaurant in Bath – watch fan-filmed footage down below.The 13-piece boyband made the surprise appearance at Square Grill in the city centre, fresh off the backs of their historic Glastonbury debut. SEVENTEEN became the first K-pop act to perform at the festival ever as they took to the Pyramid Stage yesterday (June 28).But it appears the boys weren’t done performing just yet.

Listen to Beck’s orchestral performance of ‘Paper Tiger’ on Kimmel - www.nme.com - Spain - Los Angeles
nme.com
28.06.2024 / 20:43

Listen to Beck’s orchestral performance of ‘Paper Tiger’ on Kimmel

Beck was joined by an orchestra to perform his 2002 track ‘Paper Tiger’ on Jimmy Kimmel last night. Check it out below.In this cinematic version, the track — which comes from his 2002 album ‘Sea Change’ — takes on a new, melodramatic atmosphere.

Listen to Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder’s hopeful cover of ‘Save It For Later’ on ‘The Bear’ season 3 soundtrack - www.nme.com - Britain - Chicago
nme.com
27.06.2024 / 19:05

Listen to Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder’s hopeful cover of ‘Save It For Later’ on ‘The Bear’ season 3 soundtrack

Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder has contributed his cover of ‘Save It For Later’ by The Beat (or The English Beat) to season three of The Bear.The third season of the Emmy-winning restaurant drama aired yesterday (June 26) and received a mixed reaction from critics.As well as the award-winning acting, impressive shots of downtown Chicago and gripping storylines, the show has gained a reputation for its soundtracks.Featuring tracks from Radiohead to Genesis and Taylor Swift, the show’s varied themes are often represented by its diverse soundtrack.While there has been some repetition of artists used for the soundtrack, including Pearl Jam, whose songs ‘Animal’ and ‘Come Back’ made it into previous seasons, Vedder makes his debut solo feature on the show.It also marks his first official studio release of the cover. In the past, he has performed the song with Pearl Jam as part of a ‘Better Man’ live medley.The track also appeared in the background of a teaser trailer released earlier this month, which showed Jeremy Allen White and Ayo Edebiri’s characters preparing to open their new restaurant, now named ‘The Bear’.In a glowing four-star review of the series, NME wrote about the show’s music choices: “Musically, the first few episodes hold back on the show’s traditional juicy needle-drops, although Radiohead’s ‘Nice Dream’ plays (a second appearance for the British band in the show).But as later EPs drop, so do the tracks, including a glorious use of Beastie Boys’ ‘Sabotage’.

Which Emily Henry Books Are Becoming Movies? ‘Happy Place,’ ‘Book Lovers,’ Among Others - deadline.com - New York
deadline.com
26.06.2024 / 21:33

Which Emily Henry Books Are Becoming Movies? ‘Happy Place,’ ‘Book Lovers,’ Among Others

Romance author Emily Henry now has four of five of her most recent novels set to be adapted for the big and small screens. Henry went on a rom-com writing spree that began with Beach Read, which came out in the summer of 2020. She has published a book a year since then, with People We Meet on Vacation coming out in 2021, Book Lovers arriving in 2022, Happy Place released in 2023 and Funny Story hitting shelves this year.

Listen to Rachel Chinouriri’s radiant cover of Coldplay’s ‘The Scientist’ ahead of Glastonbury - www.nme.com
nme.com
26.06.2024 / 18:07

Listen to Rachel Chinouriri’s radiant cover of Coldplay’s ‘The Scientist’ ahead of Glastonbury

Rachel Chinouriri has performed a radiant cover of Coldplay‘s ‘The Scientist’ ahead of this year’s Glastonbury where both musicians will play.Chinouriri’s rendition of Coldplay’s 2002 hit was performed as part of Spotify’s Single series. Her version of the track is a bit more upbeat and features her silky vocal runs towards the end of the song.The ‘Never Need Me’ singer has been vocal about her love for Chris Martin and co.

Happy Accidents Opens Second North American Office, Taps Courtney Colman as Chief Financial Officer (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - USA
variety.com
26.06.2024 / 10:47

Happy Accidents Opens Second North American Office, Taps Courtney Colman as Chief Financial Officer (EXCLUSIVE)

K.J. Yossman Happy Accidents has set up a second North American office. The international film and TV studio has also appointed Courtney Colman as its chief financial officer.

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