Heavy is the latest single from UK talent Anne Marie, and it is following up to her songs Ciao Adios and big hits Alarm and Rockabye feat. Sean Paul.
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Brandon Flowers of The Killers at Austin City Limits Festival, 10/15/2017 pic.twitter.com/PL7mQS8xat— BFlowDaily (@BFlowTheMan) October 17, 2017
FREDDIE MERCURY biopic 'BOHEMIAN RAPSODY' director BRYAN SINGER posted a behind the scenes image of RAMI MALEK as MERCURY on his Instagram pic.twitter.com/ruuVnqmQtS— Film Rumble (@FilmRumble) October 17, 2017
Post Malone and 21 Savage's song "rockstar" hit number one on the Billboard Hot 100 this week, and now some are questioning a tactic his label may have used to help him reach that milestone. Malone's label, Republic Records, uploaded the song on YouTube, but it is not the original version you can hear on Spotify or buy on iTunes. Instead it's a looped version of the song, where the chorus plays over and over again. Nothing on YouTube, not the way it's titled to anything in the description box, ever tells the user that this is not the full song. The video has over 40 million streams, and there is the only version of the song officially available on YouTube so far.
Did Post Malone's label game the system to get his new song to No.1 on the charts? https://t.co/sIS6uiwyAM— Vulture (@vulture) October 17, 2017
I think about the first time I met David Cross ten years ago & he made fun of my pants (that were tattered because I was poor). Dumbfounded I stared at him speechless and he said to me "what's a matter? You don't speak English?? Ching-chong-ching-chong".— Charlyne Yi (@charlyne_yi) October 16, 2017
So I wrote a song called Just Like You a few months ago. After a few conversations with the label I told them that I wanted to release it— Louis Tomlinson (@Louis_Tomlinson) 11 October 2017
My next single will be a bit later this year but I wanted to share this with you now. This is for you lot ! #JustLikeYou— Louis Tomlinson (@Louis_Tomlinson) 11 October 2017