Kanye West is hitting the road once again!
Calling into Steve Harvey's morning radio show, Yeezy said:
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Adam Levine has once again lent his voice to the soundtrack for one of John Carney's films!
The Voice coach teamed up with the director before when Adam sang Lost Stars with Maroon 5 for 2013's Begin Again, and now he's done it again for the filmmaker's latest film, Sing Street.
Levine's latest solo song, Go Now, will be featured on the film's soundtrack — but the best news is there's already a music video!
The video features clips from the film — which follows a 1985 teen who forms a band to escape his family drama.
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing music video for Go Now (above) and see Sing Street, opening in select theaters April 15!
Well apparently not all the judges on the singing competition show were down with Cyrus' tongue wagging fun as a source dished that Adam Levine actually butted heads with the young singer!
The problem apparently stems from the two musicians being a bit too much alike as a source revealed to Us Weekly:
Looks like the friends approve!
For the sweet pic (above), the Drunk On Your Love singer wrote:
Now that we're a couple weeks into season 10 of The Voice, the contestants are starting to be weeded out as Monday night's episode gave us more knockout rounds!
The judges had some tough decisions last night as Christina Aguilera, Adam Levine, Pharrell Williams, and Blake Shelton had to choose who they wanted to send on to the coveted live performance rounds.
After some great performances, the judges ended up cutting Brittany Kennell, Trey O'Dell, Abby Celso, Nate Butler, Jessica Crosbie, Katherine Ho. Christina also cut Joe Maye but Blake used his final steal to keep Joe around!
As sad as it was to see some AH-Mazing talent leave, they just couldn't hold a candle to some of the night's best performances like Brian Nhira performing Bruno Mars' Grenade or Bryan Bautista putting his own spin on Justin Bieber's Sorry!
Ch-ch-check out the best performances from last night's episode (below) and let us know who you'll be rooting for!
After stealing Dierks Bentley's place in Luke Bryan's opening duet, the affable The Voice coach took the stage and made Gwen Stefani like him even more with a fantastic, emotional performance of his new hit.
He may be a nut, but the man can croon!
Ch-ch-check out the performance of Came Here To Forget (above)!
We cannot with this girl's voice!
Well, we loved having her so much that she actually performed a second song for us called Dirty Man… and it may actually be even better!
Her voice just sounds so clean and pure without even trying — It's downright incredible.
Plus, if you like what you hear, you can visit your website right over HERE!!!
Can't wait to have you back in the office sometime, Jennie!
Ch-ch-check out Jennie Lena's performance of Dirty Man (above)!!!
We mean, the evidence is clearly there in The Voice judge's new music video for the first single off the album, Came Here to Forget.
On Tuesday, the 39-year-old debuted the vid during the season premiere of the Discovery Channel's hit show Deadliest Catch. Well that's a choice!
Still, we digress. The black and white video features Shelton singing his heart out on a beach and eventually getting over lost love by chatting it up with a beautiful woman at the bar. Though, we wonder if Gwen ever frolicked with Blake on the beach like the model in the video did?? LOLz!
As we previously reported, the lyrics for the new hit read: