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Thursday, May 25, 2017

Paramore Perform ‘Told You So’ on ‘The Late Late Show’

Posted By: ZYNC - 7:14 AM

By Hayden Wright

Paramore are currently on the road promoting their new album After Laughter but the band made time to swing through James Corden’s Late Late Show studio. They performed “Told You So,” the second single from their daring new album, which takes inspiration from the Talking Heads and other ’80s New Wave acts.

Related: Watch Paramore Perform ‘Hard Times’ Live

Their set was awash in red light and Hayley Williams continues to toy with jerky, David Byrne-tinged dance moves. After Laughter marks an interesting departure from the pop-punk aesthetic that brought Paramore to renown. As their tour continues to grow, fan response to the new material seems overwhelmingly positive.

Watch Paramore’s kinetic performance of “Told You So” here:


Amber Rose Discusses Terrifying Home Invasion

Posted By: ZYNC - 7:14 AM

By Rahul Lal

There has been a recent string of break-ins and robberies at the Los Angeles estates of stars like ASAP Rocky, Scott Disick and members of the Los Angeles Lakers. Amber Rose was the latest victim but was lucky to not have any items stolen or her well-being threatened. Instead, the man who broke in decided to just stay in the house for hours while Amber was asleep. On CBS Radio’s Loveline with Amber Rose, she discussed the ordeal.

Related: Amber Rose Talks Race: ‘I Was Never Black Enough, I Was Never White Enough’

“He did it in a very quiet way and, you know, we were all in the house sleeping so nobody would’ve heard anything the way he did it,” she said. “I’ve seen the publications – they’re like ‘yeah, he put a hole through the window then reached in’ and I’m like, we all would’ve woke up if we heard that in the house. We’re not idiots. I have a full team of security so he got in, he made his way in, he didn’t take anything. I think he just wanted to be in the ambiance of my house which isn’t the first time I heard that – you know, stalkers and weird people. God bless him, man. I appreciate that you love me so much but please, do not come in my house. Don’t even send me flowers, just tweet me, man, and I’ll tweet you back, bro.”

Amber had tight security before but has even stronger security now with a 24-hour team on the job. While many speculated that there was a bat thrown through her window and glass shattered everywhere, she dispelled those rumors by saying he found a quiet way to break-in without disclosing the details for her own safety.

“It was very, very scary,” Rose says. “Me and my baby were here and I’m not really a cryer but the whole day I cried all day long because I just felt so violated and so overwhelmed and having all these bad thoughts like what if he knocked on my bedroom door?”

“I would’ve thought it was my assistant,” she admitted. “I would’ve just opened the door and I’m there with my baby and something would’ve happened. I just thought of all the worst case scenarios that could’ve happened that night. Based off of what he did, he wasn’t violent because my assistant actually went to the kitchen about 4:30 in the morning and based off the security cameras, he was still in my house and my assistant was still in my kitchen. He went to go hide somewhere in my house because he heard a door open so if he was violent, he would’ve did something then but he didn’t. I don’t know, man. I hope that they catch him and that he doesn’t do that to anyone else.”

To hear the full episode of Loveline with Amber Rose, listen below.



Mariah Carey Pays Tribute to Fan that Died in Manchester Bombing

Posted By: ZYNC - 6:28 AM

By Hayden Wright

In the aftermath of Monday’s tragic bombing at a Manchester Ariana Grande concert, Mariah Carey learned that one of the deceased victims was a dedicated fan who she once met. The superstar shared a photo of Martyn Hett on Instagram (wearing a t-shirt with the cover of her Rainbow album), and offered heartfelt condolences.

Related: Nicki Minaj won’t ‘Operate in Fear’ after Manchester Bombing

“Devastated to learn that one of the victims in Manchester was part of the #Lambily. RIP Martyn Hett,” she wrote. “We will cherish your memory forever. His family and all the families affected are in my thoughts and prayers. MC.”

Hett was a PR executive and writer from Stockport, UK, reports NME. On Twitter, he once wrote, “My life peaked when I met Mariah Carey.”

See Carey’s tribute to her fan here:

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Lana Del Rey’s New Album ‘Lust For Life’ Drops July 21

Posted By: ZYNC - 6:23 AM

By Annie Reuter

Lana Del Rey has been readying the release of her forthcoming project, Lust For Life, and the album now has a new release date. In a short message posted to Twitter on Wednesday night (May 24), the singer revealed that the album will be released on July 21, not May 26, as previously reported.

Related: Lana Del Rey Releases ‘Coachella-Woodstock In My Mind’

This year marks the follow-up to her 2015 release, Honeymoon. The singer has been teasing the album while premiering several new songs including the title track with The Weeknd and more recently “Coachella-Woodstock In My Mind.”

“What a blessing it is to make music in general,” the singer wrote after posting her new song “Coachella-Woodstock In My Mind” on Instagram. “And to have the freedom to put songs out about things that move me in real time. I wrote this one last month on my way back from Coachella…Hope you like it.”

While she previously described her album as having a ’50s and ’60s vibe, recalling the Shangri-Las and early Joan Baez influences, she said the changing political climate has transformed the release into having a more “socially aware” and “global feeling,” NME reports. Also included on Lust For Life is a collaboration with Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks titled “Beautiful People, Beautiful Problems.”


Paul Simon and Stephen Colbert Update ‘Feelin’ Groovy’ for Scary 2017

Posted By: ZYNC - 6:03 AM

By Hayden Wright

If you read the news, you might not feel very groovy about the state of the world. Climate change, terrorism, political divisions and geopolitical instability may have you feeling distinctly un-groovy. Paul Simon stopped by The Late Show to update the Simon and Garfunkel classic “The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin’ Groovy)” for the Trump administration, casting the featherweight chorus in sharp relief with what’s really going on in the world.

Related: Watch Metallica Rock ‘Colbert’ with ‘Now That We’re Dead’

“Hello lamppost, nice to see ya—we might get bombed by North Korea. We’re getting close to World War IIII, so run for the shelters—feelin’ groovy!” Colbert sings, before Simon chimes in about melting glaciers.

On the show, Simon also sang “Questions For The Angels,” a 2011 track he’s re-recorded for his new album—from which all proceeds will support a biodiversity foundation. Simon performed with jazz guitarist Bill Frisell to re-interpret the song.

Watch the double performances here:




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