Today, she just released new music!!!
Ch-ch-check out the video (below):
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And she certainly shows it in her festive music video for the upbeat jam Ain't Got Far To Go!
The British singer filmed the video in Cuba — where the vibrant setting, bright colors, and spritely choreography really enhance the song's celebratory message!
Glynne is currently in the states on her North American I Cry When I Laugh tour, with select concerts supported by Conrad Sewell!
Ch-ch-check out the singer's fun video (below) and see her tour dates to find out when she is coming to a city near you!
The Grammys are just over two weeks away and we couldn't be more excited.
Aside from the incredible list of nominees, we're DEFINITELY looking forward to all the live performances this year and there will be some GREAT ones!
Ch-ch-check out the the tweets (below) to see the who each lucky lady is performing with:
History repeats itself!
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith will not be attending the Oscars this year to protest the lack of diversity in the Academy's nominations.
It seemed that the Concussion star was following his wife's lead after he joined her call to boycott this year's ceremony — but Jada actually took a page out of her husband's playbook!
Back in 1989, the Fresh Prince refused to attend at the Grammys for its lack of integration!
That year, the ceremony included a rap performance category for the first time — and nominated Smith and DJ Jazzy Jeff for their hit Parents Just Don't Understand.
While that historic year was a huge step towards making rap music mainstream, that particular segment of the show wasn't going to be televised!
In an old interview Entertainment Tonight dug up from its archives, the hip-hop duo explained why they thought the design of the show was "a slap in the face."
It's sad to see that other sectors of the industry haven't progressed that much a quarter of a century later!
Ch-ch-check out a young Fresh Prince explaining his boycott (below)!
"We're really excited to have our first child. This is a new experience for both of us."
As for having a girl, the Ordinary People singer said he would've been just as thrilled either way:
Despite Azalea's feelings of frustration, the Thrift Shop rapper says he didn't mean to diss either artist!
He opened up to Rolling Stone regarding the track, explaining:
So rapper B.o.B. thinks the world is flat. Yep, you read that correctly!
On Sunday (into Monday), the Airplanes performer took to Twitter to discuss the conspiracy theory that the world is in fact flat despite NASA saying otherwise. HIGHlarious!
The artist defends through SEVERAL posts, saying that the "physics" of the world being a sphere simply does not add up. Not to mention, he also ponders why our hair and are face aren't "messed up" from the world's "supposed" constant rotation.
The North Carolina native added to his evidentiary support that restrictions to the North and South pole keep the masses in the dark about the real state of the world. Hmm, very… inneresting?
Ch-ch-check out some of the Grammy nominee's best evidence for yourself (below)!
Adele's latest album 25 has been everything we could have hoped for and more.
While we have loved every track since the songstress dropped Hello, we will always welcome more tunes from her, especially when they make us want to dance!
That's why we're so thrilled that Colombia Records has announced that STROBE's remix of the Grammy winner's hit song When We Were Young has been picked as the "one official remix."
The record company said that STOBE's version is not only a "fully realized" but they dare to say it's "better."
Ch-ch-check out the official remix of When We Were Young (below) along with the radio edits and the short mix!