Did Taylor Swift spend Father's Day in London with her beau?

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for DIRECTVTaylor Swift is very close to her dad, but a British tabloid reports that she spent Father's Day this year with her boyfriend's dad -- in London.

A source tells The Sun that Taylor and her new boyfriend, British actor Joe Alwyn, "flew into London on Friday afternoon so they could spend Father's Day with his dad."  The source dishes that the two rented "the most inconspicuous car they could get their hands on" and went to Taylor's rented London home.

"After spending the weekend together, Taylor offered to host Father’s Day at her place, with Joe’s mum and dad treating her to a classic Sunday roast to show her how the Brits do it," says the source.

"A classic Sunday roast" normally consists of some kind of roasted meat, roasted potatoes, vegetables, gravy, and Yorkshire pudding, which isn't actually pudding; it's more like a popover.

"Taylor is loving being an honorary Londoner and wants things to stay as normal as possible," gabs the source. "Things are going amazingly well.”

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The singer is definitely doing a good job of staying under the radar. The most we've seen of her lately has been images or drawings of her in her friend Selena Gomez's video for "Bad Liar," and Selena's Netflix series, 13 Reasons Why.

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Newcomer Dylan Scott experiencing another "first" with gold-certified single

Curb RecordsDylan Scott is racking up quite a few "firsts" in his country career.

On May 28th, Dylan celebrated his first wedding anniversary with wife Blair. Then last week, it was announced the couple is expecting their first child. And topping things off, his current single, "My Girl," is his first to enter the top 10 on the country charts, and was just certified gold by the RIAA.

Catch rising star Dylan out on tour and be one of the "first" to see him in concert: Friday, Dylan plays The Country Fest in North Lawrence, Ohio. Saturday he hits Country USA in Oshkosh, WI, and on Sunday, he'll be at the Windy City Lakeshake in Chicago.

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The drama continues: Keyshia Cole joins "Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood"

ABC/Randy HolmesSummer television just got hotter. Keyshia Cole is officially joining VH1's hit reality show Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood for the show's new season.  

A teaser promo for the "Trust and Believe" singer's brand-new gig promises that the the show is coming soon with a "cole new attitude." 

Keyshia's appearance will include an inside look into her co-parenting relationship with ex Daniel "Booby" Gibson, and the artist's plans for her 

In addition, it's also confirmed that singer-actress Brooke Valentine has signed on to appear on the show.

Both Brooke and Keyshia will find themselves navigating the glamorous yet drama-filled Hollywood scene alongside other new and longtime cast members like Ray JChanel West Coast, SafareeTeairra Mari and Cisco Rosado.

Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood returns Monday, July 24 at 8 p.m. ET on VH1.  

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Hall & Oates adds September shows to US tour dates

Mick Rock/Wolfson EntertainmentDaryl Hall & John Oates, who currently are on tour in North America with Tears for Fears through the end of July, have just announced a series of five new headlining concerts for the fall. The shows run from a September 22 performance in Cedar Park, Texas, through a September 30 gig in Charleston, South Carolina.

All of the new dates, except for the Charleston concert, will feature up-and-coming soul rockers St. Paul & the Broken Bones as the opening act. Tickets and VIP packages for the new shows for on sale to the general public this Friday, June 23, at 10 a.m. local time. American Express Card members will be able to purchase pre-sale tickets starting Wednesday, June 21, at 10 a.m.

Hall & Oates' tour with Tears for Fears winds down with a July 28-29 stand at the Staples Center. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame duo also will appear at the 2017 Jazz Aspen Snowmass festival in Aspen, Colorado, on September 1.

Here's a full list of Hall & Oates' upcoming North American tour dates:

6/19 -- Toronto, ON, Canada, Air Canada Centre+
6/21 -- Quebec City, QC, Canada, Videotron Centre+
6/24 -- Boston, MA, TD Garden+
6/26 -- Washington, D.C., Verizon Center+
7/11 -- Dallas, TX, American Airlines Center+
7/13 -- San Antonio, TX, AT&T Center+
7/15 -- Denver, CO, Fiddler's Green+
7/17 -- Glendale, AZ, Gila River Arena+
7/19 -- San Diego, CA, Valley View Casino Center Arena+
7/21 -- Las Vegas, NV, T-Mobile Arena+
7/23 -- Sacramento, CA, Golden 1 Center+
7/25 -- San Jose, CA, SAP Center+
7/28 -- Los Angeles, CA, Staples Center+
7/29 -- Los Angeles, CA, Staples Center+
9/1 -- Aspen, CO, Jazz Aspen Snowmass
9/22 -- Cedar Park, TX, H-E-B Center at Cedar Park*
9/24 -- Sugarland, TX, Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land*
9/26 -- Tuscaloosa, AL, Tuscaloosa Amphitheater*
9/28 -- Jacksonville, FL, Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena*
9/30 -- Charleston, SC, North Charleston Coliseum**

+ = with Tears for Fears
* = newly added date with St. Paul & the Broken Bones opening
** = newly added date.

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New compilation celebrating Brian Wilson's solo career due in September

RhinoWhile Brian Wilson is best known for his enduring work as The Beach Boys' main songwriter, in recent decades the music legend's focused mostly on his solo career. Wilson turned 75 today, and coinciding with that milestone comes word that a new compilation titled Playback: The Brian Wilson Anthology, featuring highlights from his solo releases, will hit stores September 22.

The 18-track collection will be available on CD, as a two-LP vinyl set, digitally and via streaming services. Playback includes tracks from most of Wilson's solo albums, spanning from his self-titled 1988 debut to 2015's No Pier Pressure. Among the tracks are "Love and Mercy," a 1988 tune that has become one of Wilson's signature songs and served as the theme to Brian's 2015 biopic of the same name. Playback also features Wilson's solo versions of "Surf's Up" and "Heroes and Villains," two Beach Boys songs that were rerecorded for the acclaimed 2004 album Brian Wilson Presents Smile.

In addition, the album includes two previously unreleased tracks -- a brand-new song Wilson wrote for the compilation called called "Run James Run" and an un-issued tune from the early '90s titled "Some Sweet Day" that Brian penned with veteran pop songwriter Andy Paley. Other highlights appearing on Playback are "The First Time" and "This Isn't Love," two in-concert performances originally featured on 2000's Live at the Roxy Theatre. Playback also boasts a 2004 tune called "Soul Searchin'," which Brian created using a vocal track by his late brother Carl, who died in 1998.

Playback also contains a booklet featuring a variety of photos of Brian, and liner notes penned by respected rock journalist David Wild.

Here's the full track list of Playback: The Brian Wilson Anthology:

"Love and Mercy"
"Surf's Up"
"Heroes and Villains"
"Melt Away"
"Let It Shine"
"Some Sweet Day"*
"Rio Grande"
"Lay Down Burden"
"The First Time"
"This Isn't Love"
"Soul Searchin'"
"Gettin' In over My Head"
"The Like in I Love You"
"Midnight's Another Day"
"Colors of the Wind"
"One Kind of Love"
"Run James Run"*

* = previously unreleased.

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Watch the video for Chris Cornell's final song, "The Promise"

ABC/Randy HolmesTwo months before his death, Chris Cornell released what would be his final song, a track called "The Promise." The late Soundgarden frontman recorded the song for a film also called The Promise, which was set during the Armenian genocide.

The video for "The Promise" premieres today via Today is also World Refugee Day, which is when Cornell had wanted the video to make its debut.

The clip finds Cornell performing the track from a studio in Brooklyn, New York, intercut with real footage of refugees trying to escape Syria, Libya and other war-torn countries.

It ends with a message of hope, showing refugee rescue missions and reunited families.

Eric Esrailian, a producer of The Promise film, tells Rolling Stone, "Chris had the idea of, 'How can we bridge the video...with fear-inducing images of what people have to deal with as well as messages and images of hope and perseverance and resilience and survival,' which is what the song is also about."

"I hope [the video] provides a wider human context for the tragedy of his death," adds its director, Meiert Avis. "I hope it creates something with purpose because Chris had purpose and to lose your purpose is a terrible thing."

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Yeah Yeah Yeahs schedule first show in four years; promise "more news coming soon"

ABC/Randy HolmesYeah Yeah Yeahs will play their first show in four years this fall when they headline the Sound on Sound festival, held November 10-12 in the Lost Pines Forest outside Austin, Texas.

"Yeah it's been a minute since we saw you last!" the band writes on Twitter. "We are so psyched to kick out the jams for you @SOSFestTX. Watch for more news coming soon."

Yeah Yeah Yeahs have been on hiatus since 2014. Their last album was 2013's Mosquito.

The Sound of Sound lineup also includes Iggy Pop and The Shins. Visit for all ticket info.

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Madonna to Jeff Bezos: Invest in my home state 

Noam Galai/WireImageThe Queen of Pop wants the King of Amazon to help out her home state of Michigan.

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos tweeted that he was looking for ideas for a "philanthropy strategy" that would help people the most in the short-term -- "at the intersection of urgent need and lasting impact."  Madonna responded that the city of Detroit would fit the bill.

Madonna was born in Bay City, Michigan and grew up in the suburbs of Detroit. In recent years, she's personally donated to a number of Detroit charities and programs, and wants Bezos to join her.

She tweeted, "@jeffbezos, you, me, the motor city. Let's go and I will show incredible opportunities for almost instant impact in one of the coolest cities in America #Detroit. Love, Madonna."

She then mentioned the Detroit Achievement Academy, Detroit's Downtown Boxing Gym and Detroit's Empowerment Plan as examples of places where Bezos could put his $84 billion dollar net worth to good use. 

Or maybe now that he's buying the chain, Bezos should just give the entire city gift certificates to Whole Foods.

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Selena's campaign for Coach debuts: "Where I'm from...Coach was the must-have brand"

PRNewsfoto/Coach, Inc.Selena Gomez's partnership with Coach is now official: the brand's fall 2017 campaign, starring the singer, has been unveiled.

The campaign shows Selena posing in the leather interior of a 1976 Plymouth Fury, which "symbolizes the freedom and endless possibility of the open road," according to Coach.  In each of three different images, she's showing off the line's three "it" bags of the season: the Coach Swagger, the Edie, and the Rogue.

The campaign was shot by famed photographer Steven Meisel.  Coach Creative Director Stuart Vevers says in a statement, "Selena is a rebel and a romantic, a dreamer and a doer who boldly charts her own course. To me, she speaks to a generation; she connects."

For Selena, being the face of Coach is a throwback to her childhood.  She tells PeopleStyle, "Where I’m from in Texas, Coach was the must-have brand. I remember saving up with my cousin, Priscilla, to get matching wallets.”

Selena also stars in a series of videos highlighting the bags -- each shows Selena in a New York City apartment, getting ready for a night out.  You can see the video for the Coach Swagger now on

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Demi Lovato says if she could do it over, she'd skip the purple dinosaur 

Antoine Antoniol/Getty Images for Cannes LionsDemi Lovato got her start on the kids' show Barney and Friends when she was just eight years old, but she says if she had it to do all over again, she would've given the purple dinosaur a pass.

According to the New York Post, at the Cannes Lions festival in France on Monday, Demi told YouTube executive Susanne Daniels, "I wouldn’t start that young if I could do it over again. It was a difficult transition from child star to transform into a mainstream artist.”

She added, "You have to find your identity. For so long you’ve been molded and then you’re expected to figure out who you are in front of the whole world.”

Demi's conversation with Daniels was part of the promotion for her new YouTube series Simply Complicated, which she says will capture her at a pivotal point in her life: age 25.

"It’s a quarter of a life. I’m looking at my future and my past and I want to share it with my fans," Demi explained. "I feel like I’ve lived a lot longer than I actually have."

Demi also revealed that she'll be releasing a new single and video soon, adding, "I found my sound."

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Heightened concert venue terrorism alerts concern Lady Antebellum as they embark on a six-country tour

ABC/Image Group LAHillary, Charles and Dave of Lady Antebellum are being extra vigilant on their You Look Good World Tour, which launched May 23 and will take the trio across the globe -- including an October performance at Manchester Arena, site of the May 22 terrorist attack following an Ariana Grande concert that killed 22 people and injured more than 60.

“We saw the news the day we were leaving Nashville to head out on tour. So, it was very much a sobering moment, but you can’t live in fear,” Hilary said on Tuesday's CBS This Morning.

“You know, we saw an incredible event take place not a week later where over 50,000 people joined and enjoyed great music and loved on one another and that’s the goal- is music brings people together,” she continued.

The trio also shared that the You Look Good World Tour will include extra security measures for their fans.

“You Look Good,” Lady A's current single and the inspiration for the tour's name, just entered the Top 10 on the country singles chart. This weekend’s tour stops for the band include Camden, NJ., Bristow, VA. and Cincinnati, OH.

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They don't want us to win: DJ Khaled tells fans DJ set was sabotaged 

Ethan Miller/Getty Images via ABCDJ Khaled's hour-long scheduled DJ set at the Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas this past weekend took an unfortunate nosedive soon after it began, due to sound issues -- something Khaled claims wasn't a coincidence. 

The "I'm The One" entertainer says he was sabotaged that night. He writes on Instagram, "THEY could not get the sound right on my set and i still stood on stage wit no sound and when they got the sound to work they want cut my set short but I still rep for my people anyone else would walk off stage." 

Khaled then continues, "THEY DONT WANT US TO WIN SO WE WIN MORE FOR THERE HEAD TOP!!! I forgive them ... love is always the answer!"  

Khaled has good reason to be grateful. Fans are loving the superstar's latest single, "Wild Thoughts," featuring Rihanna and Bryson Tiller.   

His forthcoming album, Grateful, arrives June 23. 

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I Ain't Mad at Ya: Kat Graham responds to Jada Pinkett-Smith's "All Eyez on Me" criticism 

ABC RadioIf there's one person who seems a bit baffled by Jada Pinkett-Smith's criticism of All Eyez on Me, it's Kat Graham, who plays a young Jada in the newly-released Tupac Shakur biopic.  

On the red carpet with E! News, Kat says, "When I first got the role, I reached out to her a year-and-a-half ago. And the point of reaching out to her, as well as the other producers of the film, was to ensure the integrity of the story and the character."

Kat goes on, "I spoke to [Smith] last week and she had nothing but support, so I don't know. You'll have to ask her." 

On the day of the movie's release last past Friday, Jada tweeted to fans that the "reimagining of my relationship to Pac has been deeply hurtful."  

However, the Girls Trip star gave her blessing on Twitter to both Graham and Demetrius Shipp Jr., who portrays Pac, writing, "This is no fault of yours. Thank you for bringing so much heart and spirit to your roles. You both did a beautiful job with what you were given. Thank you both."

Kat also has nothing but good to say about Jada: "I have a lot of love for her and a lot of support and I hope that people just see the movie and make the choice for themselves," she tells E! News.  

"At the end of the day, this is just to honor this man's legacy and his incredible life."

All Eyez on Me debuted in third place at the box office last weekend, earning an estimated $26.4 million. 

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Mobb Deep's Prodigy dead at 42 

Taylor Hill/WireImageProdigy, best known one-half of iconic hip hop duo Mobb Deep, has died, possibly due to complications from sickle cell anemia.  

He was 42.

A statement from the late artist's publicist to XXL magazine reads, "It is with extreme sadness and disbelief that we confirm the death of our dear friend Albert Johnson, better known to millions of fans as Prodigy of legendary NY rap duo Mobb Deep."

"Prodigy was hospitalized a few days ago in Vegas after a Mobb Deep performance for complications caused by sickle cell anemia crisis."

The statement continues, " As most fans know, Prodigy battled the disease since birth. The exact causes of death have yet to be determined. We would like to thank everyone for respecting the family's privacy at this time." 

Both Nas, who collaborated with Mobb Deep in the past, and DJ Green Lantern sent their condolences via social media upon hearing the sad news.

On Instagram, Nas wrote, "QB RIP KING P. Prodigy 4 Ever," while Green Lantern wrote on Twitter, "RIP @PRODIGYMOBBDEEP.. from God we come and to HIM we all shall return .. tomoro [sic] no[t] promised, today not promised. Pray."    

Mobb Deep member Havoc has yet to issue a statement. The duo released eight albums during their career, including their 1995 collection The Infamous, which was their breakthrough.

Their song, "Shook Ones," the lead single from that album, was dubbed one of the 50 greatest hip-hop songs of all time by Rolling Stone magazine. 

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Chris Cornell's widow and daughters write late musician Father's Day messages

ABC/Randy HolmesLast weekend, Chris Cornell's family spent their first Father's Day following the musician's death, and his widow and daughters posted messages to him in his memory.

"To my sweet love, you are missed so very much," Cornell's widow Vicky writes. "Perhaps if you had not been the most amazing daddy always giving all your attention and love it would not be so excruciatingly hard. You gave with all your heart and it makes the void so much more painful. We don't know how to be without you. I'm trying though for you and for our beautiful children."

Cornell's eldest daughter, 16-year-old Lily, wrote, "A couple summers ago we were biking around Central Park and you told me that there aren’t many truly good people in the world, but that I was one of the few. You always had such firm confidence and pride in what I did, and your warmth and love inspired me to do my best. Now more than ever, I want to live my life to help others as you did."

Toni, Cornell's 12-year-old daughter, remembered when she and her father watched the movie Purple Rain earlier this year, and he told her how much he loved the Prince song "The Beautiful Ones."

"Our special connection was always the arts. Poems, books, music, writing. We both have a unconditional love for it," Toni wrote. "Who's going to introduce me to movies like Purple Rain and songs like 'The Beautiful Ones' now? I'm hoping I will find some because you trained me so well."

Cornell's 11-year-old son, Christopher, hadn't shared a message as of Tuesday at noon ET.

All of Cornell's family tributes were posted to his Facebook.

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Twenty One Pilots earn three Teen Choice Awards nominations

FoxThe first wave of nominees for the 2017 Teen Choice Awards has been announced, and Twenty One Pilots earned nods in three category.

Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun are nominated for Choice Music Group, Choice Rock Artist and Choice Song: Group for "Heathens."

The Choice Rock Artist nominees also include Linkin Park, Imagine Dragons, Paramore, X Ambassadors, and, uh, Harry Styles. Imagine Dragons' "Believer" is up for Choice Song: Group, and The Lumineers got a nod for Choice Music Group.

The 2017 Teen Choice Awards air live August 13 on Fox. For a full list of the first wave of nominees, and to vote, go to

Here are some of the nominees announced so far:

Choice Music Group
Fifth Harmony
Little Mix
Maroon 5
The Chainsmokers
The Lumineers
The Vamps
Twenty One Pilots

Choice Rock Artist
Harry Styles
Imagine Dragons
Linkin Park
Twenty One Pilots
X Ambassadors

Choice Song: Group
The Chainsmokers (feat. Halsey) -- "Closer"
Fifth Harmony (feat. Gucci Mane) -- "Down"
Hey Violet -- "Guys My Age"
Imagine Dragons -- "Believer"
Little Mix -- "Shout Out to My Ex"
Twenty One Pilots -- "Heathens"

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Styx's Tommy Shaw says new tour with REO Speedwagon, Don Felder will be "like summer camp with your buds"

Courtesy of Live NationOn Friday, Styx released a new concept album titled The Mission, and tonight the veteran rockers launch a mission to rock the U.S. on a joint summer outing with REO Speedwagon and ex-Eagles guitarist Don Felder. The trek, dubbed the United We Rock Tour, kicks off in Ridgefield, Washington, and is mapped out through an August 22 concert in Holmdel, New Jersey.

Styx previously has toured multiple times with REO and Felder, and singer/guitarist Tommy Shaw tells ABC Radio that all of the musicians get along great.

"It's like summer camp with your buds," says Shaw, noting that because of their camaraderie, it's common to find the various band members hanging out with each other backstage.

Tommy also says fans can expect be treated to onstage collaborations during the trek.

"There'll probably be a little interaction, little surprises on stage," Shaw maintains. "I can't imagine not, because we all know each other's songs, so it's gonna be a fun summer."

He adds, "With us and REO…you never know when somebody's just gonna run out there and start singing along with you."

Styx keyboardist/singer Lawrence Gowan, meanwhile, points out that when his band teamed up with Felder for a their Las Vegas residency in January, they played "six or seven Eagles songs every night," so there's a chance fans will get to see similar collaborations during this tour.

Meanwhile, although Styx has just released The Mission, a sci-fi concept record about the first manned journey to Mars, Shaw tells ABC Radio that his band likely won't play that much of the album on this trek. "I think the record's gonna have to take time for people to really get out there and hear it," he explains.

Here are all the dates of the United We Rock Tour:

6/20 -- Ridgefield, WA, Sunlight Supply Amphitheatre
6/21 -- Auburn, WA, White River Amphitheatre
6/23 -- Concord, CA, Concord Pavilion
6/24 -- Los Angeles, CA, Greek Theatre
6/25 -- Paso Robles, CA, Vina Robles Amphitheatre
6/27 -- Salt Lake City, UT, USANA Amphitheatre
6/29 -- Denver, CO, Pepsi Center
7/1 -- Tinley Park, IL, Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
7/2 -- Maryland Heights, MO, Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
7/18 -- Tampa, FL, MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheater
7/19 -- West Palm Beach, FL, Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre
7/20 -- Jacksonville, FL, Daily's Place
7/22 -- Nashville, TN, Ascend Amphitheatre
7/23 -- Alpharetta, GA, Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
7/25 -- Clarkston, MI, DTE Energy Music Theatre
7/27 -- Indianapolis, IN, Klipsch Music Center
7/29 -- The Woodlands, TX, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
7/30 -- Dallas, TX, Starplex Pavilion
7/31 -- Austin, TX, HEB Center at Cedar Park
8/11 -- Bethel, NY, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
8/12 -- Atlantic City, NJ, Borgata Event Center
8/13 -- Bristow, VA, Jiffy Lube Live
8/15 -- Gilford, NH, Bank of NH Pavilion
8/16 -- Wantagh, NY, Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater
8/18 -- Niagara Falls, NY, Seneca Niagara Events Center*
8/19 -- Syracuse, NY, Lakeview Amphitheatre
8/20 -- Bangor, ME, Darling's Waterfront Pavilion
8/22 -- Holmdel, NJ, PNC Bank Arts Center

* = Don Felder won't appear at this show.

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Dan + Shay let their fans make a pretty big decision 

Warner Music NashvilleDuo Dan + Shay used social networking to let their fans decide their next single.

Posted via Instagram, Twitter and voting on their website, the song options were from the pair's latest album Obsessed. The winner? The catchy "Road Trippin.'"

The single is the follow-up to Dan + Shay's third consecutive #1 single, "How Not To," which landed at #1 this week.

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Jhené Aiko and Chris Brown team up to say "Hello Ego"

Jhené Aiko; Isacc SterlingJhené Aiko and Chris Brown are once again proving that they make a great musical duo. The pair have reunited to create a new collaboration called "Hello Ego."  

Jhené and Chris' past collaborations include the 2014 hit single "Post to Be," with Omarion, as well as the song "Drunk Texting." 

The release of "Hello Ego" comes on the heels of the June 8 debut of Breezy's hit documentary "Welcome to My Life."  

Due to popular demand, a special one-night encore of the film will take place this Wednesday, June 21. For more information on screenings, check out   

As for Jhené, the sultry artist recently dropped the music video for her single "While We're Young" and is expected to release her sophomore album later this year.  

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Shut up and enter WALK THE MOON's five-year anniversary contest 

Image Group LA/ABCYou may have first heard of WALK THE MOON when "Shut Up and Dance" exploded in 2015, but the band released their self-titled major label debut album back in 2012.  Now, in celebration of that album's five-year anniversary, the band is launching a fan giveaway contest.

The contest will crown five winners, who will each take home a package that includes a WALK THE MOON paint set and poster, a signed WALK THE MOON CD and the band's 2012 EP Anna Sun on vinyl. One of those five winners will also receive five tickets to a future WALK THE MOON show of their choice.

You can enter the contest now through this Friday, June 23.

In addition to announcing the contest, WALK THE MOON revealed that they are currently "in our secret lair, doing secret things that we can't tell you about."  Translation: they're working on a new album.

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