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Trump is gonna be PISSED if this works! Yass!
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This is too perfect!
Donald Trump has had a wacky habit of using any ol' song he wants on the campaign trail this year, all without permission. And musicians are getting really tired of it!
Thankfully, a few of them partnered up with John Oliver on Last Week Tonight to FINALLY do something about it!
On Sunday night's episode on HBO, Oliver opened up the segment explaining how politicians have pretty much co-opted pop and rock music on the campaign trail, before giving way to an amazing group of artists singing a NEW song about the problem!
Led by Usher, the funny music video included riffs from Sheryl Crow, John Mellencamp, Cyndi Lauper, Josh Groban, and Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons — and it delivered a VERY clear message to politicians: stop using our songs!!!
Ch-ch-check out the funny video (below):
This might be the most beautiful one yet!
It's been over three weeks now since the tragic shootings at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida and thankfully the push for change and awareness isn't going away any time soon!
Over the past couple of weeks, celebs like Elton John, Sofia Vergara, and more helped to pay tribute to the victims through videos or performances, and now Britney Spears, Gwen Stefani, Jason Derulo, Meghan Trainor, and a whole lot more are letting their voices be heard!
In an emotional new song titled Hands, Spears, Stefani, Derulo, and Trainor join Pink, Jennifer Lopez, Ty Herndon, Adam Lambert, Kacey Musgraves, Imagine Dragons, and Mary J. Blige in order to pay tribute to the victims of the terrible shooting.
But the great cause goes beyond a tribute and awareness as all of the proceeds for the song, which was released by Interscope Records, will benefit the Equality Florida Pulse Victims Fund, GLAAD, and the LGBT Community Center of Central Florida!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazingly touching song (below) and make sure you help lend support by downloading the song HERE!
Are you stoked for Suicide Squad??
The return of movie star Will Smith and completely psycho Jared Leto has us hyped. But the villains aren't the only ones teaming up…
We've got a music video for the all-bad guy flick's song Sucker For Pain featuring a SUPER team up of artists including Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Imagine Dragons with Logic & Ty Dolla $ign featuring X Ambassadors! HOLY TALENT, Batman!
Warner Bros. studio dropped the new music video featuring all of the artists on the film's Facebook page, and it's a JAM!
Ch-ch-check it out (below) and go see Suicide Squad August 5!
Taylor Swift had one hell of a 2015!
With the mega success of her Grammy-winning album 1989, and her epically lucrative 1989 World Tour, the New Romantics songstress was the top earner of last year!
Swifty absolutely slayed the competition, earning a whopping $73.5 million largely thanks to her tour — which cashed in $61.7M for her 2015 haul.
But other factors like album sales and streaming sales helped — and even Ryan Adams' 1989 cover album helped make the pop star the top earner of publishing royalties!
While Swift's success isn't that surprising, the rest of the top ten earners may be…
Coming in at number 2 is
Kelly Clarkson really gives Rihanna a run for that money that we hear she's owed. LOLz!
On Sunday night, the Heartbeat Song singer was performing at Pittsburgh's First Niagara Pavilion — and totally killed a cover of RiRi's Stay!
But it isn't just for the fans! Kelly said that covering other songs is a great way for her to mix it up on tour! She revealed:
She sure puts on one hell of a show!
Taylor Swift's 1989 tour is already one of the biggest shows of the year, but if she keeps pulling stunts like this, it's gonna be unstoppable.
That's because during her Detroit concert on Saturday, Tay Tay switched up her set list just a tad with a surprise performance of one of her favorite songs… Radioactive!
Oh — and because a cover wouldn't have been enough, she brought out Dan Reynolds from Imagine Dragons himself to sing alongside her!
Ch-ch-check out Taylor and Dan's radioactive duet (below)!!!
John Legend introduced them, explaining how hundreds of artists have covered this song over the years, but this has to go down as one of the best renditions.
The group didn't try to 'make it their own,' they just played the tune the way we all know it, allowing the crowd to join in and sing along during the tribute.
And letting people say goodbye while honoring the musician is what tributes are all about, aren't they?
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!