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Jennifer Lopez Goes Full Nude on Album Cover for New Song

Jennifer Lopez decided to go completely nude to promote her new single. The 51-year old actress and singer is releasing “In the Morning” on Friday, November 27th. The day after Thanksgiving is also known as Black Friday, where online and physical retailers hold sales. It’s also known as the second Record Store Day of the year, which finds music fans out collecting vinyl from their favorite artists. Sadly, it does not look like Lopez will be releasing a physical single for “In the Morning.”

In order to tell her fans about “In the Morning,” Jennifer Lopez stripped down. She appears nude in one of her new Twitter posts, covering enough of her body to get the post past censors. The image was taken by famed photographers Mert

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Louis Tomlinson’s second album plans thrown off by Covid-19 pandemic

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Louis Tomlinson was ready to start work on his second solo album when the COVID-19 pandemic hit.

The 28-year-old former One Direction star tells Britain’s The Telegraph newspaper that some of the tracks on his debut record, Walls, were “truer to (him) than others” and, on its follow-up, he wants to ensure he’s “owned” everything he’s trying to say.

“I’m very, very excited. I had basically penciled down a plan before corona took over our lives,” explains the singer. “And now it’s kind of given me a little bit of time to really get into what I want to say and what I want things to sound like. Because, you know, I was really proud of my first record, but there were moments that I felt were truer to me than others.

“I think that there were some songs where I took slightly more risk and owned what

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Lil Wayne Reveals Which Jay-Z Album His Career Was Most Influenced By

Lil Wayne may have been in the game since his 1999 debut album Tha Block Is Hot, but that doesn’t mean he wasn’t influenced by other rappers at the time. Wayne has apparently been a fan of Jay-Z’s for a long time and even credits the rapper for influencing his career. In a recent conversation with Lil Baby, Wayne reveals which Jay-Z album influenced his music the most.

Wayne sat down for a chat with Lil Baby as part of Rolling Stone‘s Musicians On Musicians interview series. Throughout the conversation, Wayne opens up about some of his musical influences and named Hov’s fourth studio album as his biggest inspiration:

“Jay-Z, Life And Times Of Shawn Carter, plain and simple. It was the first album where I actually [bought] the car that the rapper was talking about. That was my album. […] Also, Jay talked so crazy. He

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Lorde Announces ‘Going South’ Photo Book That Inspired Her Next Album

“In early 2019 I took a trip to Antarctica, funded and facilitated by the lovely folks at Antarctica New Zealand,” she wrote. “The continent has fascinated me since I was old enough to read. It started to interest me again in recent years as my environmental awareness went up and up, and questions about how to change my personal and professional footprints on this Earth occupied much of my time.”

She went on to explain that her friend and photographer Harriet Were came along to document the trip on old-school film, promising that the pictures turned out “so beautiful. I thought it was only right to make them into a little catalogue-style book, alongside a piece of writing I did about my experience on the frozen continent.”

The singer, who recently explained why she decided to ditch social media to find a sense of peace, said when she went on

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Lorde Announces ‘Going South’ Photo Book That Inspired Her Next Album

Lorde went on a wintry walkabout last year and now you can experience it with her. In an email to fans on Tuesday (Nov. 24), the singer announced the upcoming release of GOING SOUTH, a 100-page photo book of images from her 2019 trip to the real land down under, Antarctica. The first 500 copies of the book will featured a postcard signed by Lorde.

But perhaps most importantly, the “Green Light” singer revealed that she was so inspired by journey that it helped kickstart her next creative adventure, which she promised to “start showing you soon.”

At press time the release date for the softcover book had not yet been announced. Summer is just starting in her native New Zealand, Lorde noted in her letter, bragging that she’s already had two swims and eaten her first tomatoes of the season from her container garden. She goes on

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Justin Bieber says Grammys are wrong to call his album Changes Pop

Justin Bieber says his “R&B album” ‘Changes’ has been wrongly classified as Pop by the Grammys.



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The ‘Yummy’ hitmaker insisted that whilst he’s “grateful” to have received nominations for Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Solo Performance for the record, as well as Best Pop/Duo Group Performance for ‘Intentions’ featuring Quavo, and Best Country Duo/Group Performance for his Dan + Shay collaboration ‘10,000 Hours’, he finds it “strange” that the LP has been put in the Pop categories, as everything about it is “unmistakably” R&B.

In a statement posted on his Instagram profile, Justin said: “I am flattered to be acknowledged and appreciated for my artistry.

“I am very meticulous and intentional about my music. With that being said I set out to make an R&B album.

“Changes was and is an R&B album. It is not being acknowledged as an R&B

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AC/DC, Chris Stapleton Top Album Chart; Billie Eilish Has No. 1 Song

Alternating currents led AC/DC to replace Ariana Grande at the top of the album chart this week. And, in fact, she got pushed down a few notches, as new albums by Chris Stapleton and the team of Lil Uzi Vert and Future also had highly impressive bows, coming in at Nos. 2-3.

Meanwhile, on the Rolling Stone songs chart, Billie Eilish had an easy landing in the No. 1 spot with her new song, “Therefore I Am,” which she performed at the American Music Awards this past weekend.

AC/DC’s return, “Power Up,” accumulated 124,700 album units in its first week out. Most of those units came in the form of pure album sales, with 105,800 full copies, a knockout figure in this sales day and age. The group’s song streams, however, at 6.3 million, were on the low side.

Country star Stapleton’s fourth album, “Starting Over,” came in second on

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Haim Are Marveling Over Album of the Year Grammy Nod: ‘We’re Three Jews From the Valley’

“The thing that’s really blowing our minds the most is that we’re three Jews from the valley,” says Alana, who admittedly has been slowly nursing a bottle of tequila all day. “I keep refreshing the page being like, ‘Is this really our record?’”

Danielle, who co-produced the project alongside Ariel Rechtshaid and Rostam Batmanglij, adds that she and her sisters “really put every last ounce of what we had within ourselves into this album — it was a labor of love.” Alana agrees it’s by far the most personal album Haim has ever made “because we had so much to talk about” — from post-tour depression to grief to health battles. “Obviously it’s great to be nominated for a Grammy, but really, this record was just us having therapy with ourselves.”

“Lots and lots of therapy,” adds Este.

Following the 2013 release of its debut album, Days Are Gone,

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Taylor Swift Releasing Concert Film for Album Folklore on Disney+ This Week

Taylor Swift fans, rejoice!

The 30-year-old musician revealed on Tuesday that she filmed an intimate concert movie centered around her recently released — and record-breaking — album, Folklore.

Titled Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions, the new feature from the Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter will premiere exclusively on Disney+ Wednesday and will feature Swift performing and revealing “the stories and secrets behind every song from the critically acclaimed No. 1 album of the year,” per a press release.



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folklore: the long pond studio sessions will premiere on Disney+ on Wednesday, Nov. 25

Folklore collaborators Aaron Dessner, Jack Antonoff and Bon Iver will also make appearances in the film, the release said.

RELATED: Taylor Swift Opens Up to Paul McCartney About Living a ‘Real Life’ with Boyfriend Joe Alwyn



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Posting the upcoming feature’s trailer on Instagram, Swift wrote, “Well it’s 11/24

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Liz Callaway to Release New Christmas Album COMFORT AND JOY

Liz Callaway to Release New Christmas Album COMFORT AND JOY

Liz Callaway has announced a brand- new Christmas album. “Comfort and Joy – An Acoustic Christmas” featuring 10 songs with acclaimed guitarist Peter Calo and a duet with Grammy- nominee Jann Klose.

The official release date for the album is December 4, but advanced copies, both signed and unsigned, are available now at https://lizcallaway.com/shop.

Tony nominee and Emmy winner Liz Callaway made her Broadway debut in Stephen Sondheim’s Merrily We Roll Along. She has gone on to star in Baby, Miss Saigon, The Look of Love, The Three Musketeers, and for 5 years appeared as Grizabella in Cats. Off-Broadway appearances include The Spitfire Grill (Drama Desk nomination), No Way to Treat a Lady, Marry Me a Little and Brownstone. Liz sang the Academy Award-nominated song “Journey to the Past” in the animated feature Anastasia. Other film work includes Jasmine in the two Aladdin sequels, The Swan Princess, and The Rewrite

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