Two Beyoncé Albums Were Leaked On Spotify

Two  Beyonce  projects were reportedly published overnight in  Apple Music  and  Spotify, and  then deleted. 

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One song, Hey Goldmember, was taken from the singer’s debut film at Austin Powers at Goldmember, released in 2002, and apparently not from material that Beyonce now received critical acclaim for her  2013 album of the same name  and  Lemonade 2016 would like to visit again. , Beyonce and her husband in June this year,  Jay-the Z , received the name of Carters, released an unexpected album  Everything Is Love

Beyonce was not the only musician who suffered from an unauthorized leak in streaming services yesterday. An album called Comethru, attributed to sister Solana, was attributed to  Grammy- nominated vocalist SZA .

In November  , unreleased and obscure music by  Ariana Grande appeared, which is credited with the name Zandhr. It was quickly removed. Grande is expected to release the continuation of this year’s  Sweetener , her first album after a suicide bomber attacked her concert in Manchester in May 2017.

 

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Beyonce is the second artist who survived the album’s leak this week, after an album called  Comethru  appeared on Spotify under the name Sister Solana. It contained nine unpublished  SZA  tracks , to which the artist responded: “These are random scratches from 2015. Not new, but new! ”, She wrote on the screenshot of the album cover. “But … creative? And scary? 

One song, Hey Goldmember, was taken from the singer’s debut film at Austin Powers at Goldmember, released in 2002, and apparently not from material that Beyonce now received critical acclaim for her  2013 album of the same name  and  Lemonade 2016 would like to visit again. , Beyonce and her husband in June this year,  Jay-the Z , received the name of Carters, released an unexpected album  Everything Is Love

Beyonce was not the only musician who suffered from an unauthorized leak in streaming services yesterday. An album called Comethru, attributed to sister Solana, was attributed to  Grammy- nominated vocalist SZA .

 

Kathy Griffin Calls Out No Women Among Top-Paid Comedians

Griffin tweeted out an image of the Forbes list with the simple caption “No women.”

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Jerry Seinfeld topped the rankings with estimated earnings of $57.5m (£45.3m).

Amy Schumer was the first woman to make the list last year but has dropped back out this time. Ricky Gervais is the only British comedian on the list.

Jerry Seinfeld came in first place, having earned $57.5m over the past 12 months according to the publication. This does not come as a surprise, since Seinfeld has occupied the top spot every year since the ranking was first compiled in 2006 – except in 2016 when Kevin Hart passed him.

Hart, who recently gave up his Oscars hosting gig after being criticised for homophobic tweets he sent out in the past, is a close second with reported earnings of $57m.

Dave Chappelle follows in third place, having cashed in $35m according to Forbes.

Chris Rock, Ricky Gervais (the only British name on the otherwise all-American list), Gabriel Iglesias, Terry Fator, and Jim Gaffigan follow.

Jeff Dunham and Sebastian Maniscalco occupy the ninth and 10th position respectively.

Amy Schumer became the first woman to ever make the list last year, when her Netflix special and tour increased her earnings.

Another comedian missing from the list is Louis CK, who was in last year’s top 10 with $52m (£41m) earnings.

But after he confirmed sexual misconduct allegations against him in November 2017, his second Netflix special was cancelled and he has only performed a handful of dates since.

Seinfeld has topped the list in all but one year since it was first compiled in 2006. Kevin Hart took the top spot in 2016.

Forbes attributes Seinfeld’s earnings this year to his 2017 Netflix deal and Hulu’s streaming rights to all nine seasons of Seinfeld, as well as more than $30m (£23.6m) from stand-up.

Hart is close behind in second place with $57m (£44.9m). The comedian, who recently pulled out of hosting the Oscars due to controversy over homophobic tweets, also earned more than $30m from touring and starred in the Jumanji film remake.

The top 10 best-paid comedians

  1. Jerry Seinfeld – $57.5m (£45.3m)
  2. Kevin Hart – $57m (£44.9m)
  3. Dave Chappelle – $35m (£27.6m)
  4. Chris Rock – $30m (£23.6m)
  5. Ricky Gervais – $25m (£19.7m)
  6. Gabriel Iglesias – $20.5m (£16.1m)
  7. Terry Fator – $18m (£14.2m)
  8. Jim Gaffigan – $17.5m (£13.8m)
  9. Jeff Dunham – $16.5m (£13m)
  10. Sebastian Maniscalco – $15m (£11.8m)

Ariana Grande Chops Off Signature Ponytail, Debuts Post-Breakup Lob

“Every time I put my hair up, it’s like a surprise. Like, I forget how much I love it, and then I tie it back and I’m like, ‘I love this look! Ooh, girl!”

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Ariana Grande has shocked her fans with a dramatic new post-split hairstyle.

The newly single pop singer has long sported long locks and her signature high ponytail, but she appears to have now opted for the chop.

The break up occurred just weeks after the tragic death of Ariana’s ex-boyfriend, US rapper Mac Miller who died of a cocaine and fentanyl overdose.

And earlier this year, the star broke down in tears when reliving the Manchester Arena terror attack, where a suicide bombing killed 22 people at her concert in May 2017.

“People are permanently affected by this stuff. It changes everything,” she said in August.

“Well you actually have hair so that (probably) makes it a lil more painful,” Grande replied, alluding to her natural hair, or lack thereof. “Nah jk I’m in constant pain always and don’t care at all.”

Grande’s hairstyle switch up comes during a liberating period for the star as she continues riding high with “Thank U, Next,” her ode to her exes, hitting No. 1 on the Hot 100 singles charts this week.

While she’s been synonymous with that big pony energy forever, maybe the hairstyle was keeping her grounded in the past. Earlier this month, with her single “thank u, next,” she’ has already signaled a shift in her mindset.

A haircut can be cathartic when the world feels crazy (we know that from experience), so hopefully Grande is feeling like a new person post-chop. Or, at least, not in pain anymore.

Earlier this month, singer Camila Cabello Tweeted at Grande about how she deals with wearing her signature ponytail all the time. She wrote: “I just did a high ponytail for the first time and it is literally pulling on my BRAIN ITS SO PAINFUL HOW DO YOU DO IT.” The singer responded: “well u actually have hair so that prolly makes it a lil more painful ….. nah jk i’m in constant pain always and don’t care at all.”

Can Chris Brown Just Keep Comments About Rihanna To Himself?

It’s hard not to profess your love for Rihanna online, and Chris Brown relates to the struggle. There’s a reason why he ‘can’t help himself’ at times — here’s HL’s EXCLUSIVE scoop.

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Chris Brown sparked an outrage on Instagram after he left a comment on both Rihanna’s latest Instagram posts here Rihanna was showing off her new range of lingerie. Rihanna also took to Instagram and gave Chris Brown a fitting reply

After she dropped some promotional shots for her Savage X Fenty “Naughty Not Nice” holiday collection, Brown left “flushed” emojis underneath the comments. You know the one… big eyes, blushing cheeks. Five years after their final split, Brown is still hot and bothered by Bad Gal RiRi, and he wants the world to know it. That’s what men do. Brown has done it before. It’s a boisterous display of desire that only makes sense underneath the banner of male privilege. It’s one of those annoying things you sign up for when you date men, and at least part of the reason why the internet is so upset about it. Rihanna’s “Navy” has flooded Brown’s mentions with emojis of their own — the middle finger and the eye-roll ones among them. Other commenters have taken it upon themselves to revive Brown’s label as an abuser.

Despite their turbulent history, Chris and Rihanna still keep in touch. “Chris stays in contact with her too in little, subtle ways,” our insider reveals. “A text message here, a DM there, sometimes even a phone call or a voicemail. Chris wants to keep his foot in the door with her in the hopes that one day, when the timing is right, he and Rihanna just might have their own happy ending.” But we’re not so sure if Chris should keep daydreaming! The “Diamonds” singer posted a cryptic comment right after Chris left his flirty emoji on her Instagram page …

Gwen Stefani heading to demo about concert stampede

“I know I’ve been a real poor female/ I didn’t mean for you to get hurt in anyway.”

 

A federal judge cleared Live Nation in the suit, but says it can move forward against the No Doubt singer…

The lawsuit stems from a 2016 concert at Live Nation’s PNC Music Pavilion. During the show, Stefani exhorted the crowd in the lawn seating area to come into the venue’s reserved seating area, closer to the stage.

“I’m just going to tell you something. I’m just going to talk to the security guards for one second. If anyone wants to come down a little closer so I can see you a little better, just come on down, I don’t think anyone’s going to care, like just fill it in and like and you know, who cares about your lawn chairs, you can get new ones,” Stefani told the crowd from stage, according to the suit.

During the resultant throng, plaintiff Lisa Keri Stricklin claims in the suit that she suffered permanent injury to her leg and is seeking $150,000 from Stefani and Live Nation in compensation for her injuries.

In August, Stefani filed the motion for summary judgment, noting that her speech is protected under the first amendment and cannot be held liable to tort in civil court. Stefani’s attorneys cited a previous 1998 suit McCollum v. CBS in which Ozzy Osbourne had been sued over his music, which the plaintiffs in the case claimed contributed to the suicide of their son.

In McCollum, the court ruled that Ozzy’s music was in fact protected speech and that he was not liable in the suit, but the same tactic didn’t work for Stefani’s legal team.

In his ruling, Judge Robert J. Conrad ruled that Stefani’s motion did not address her alleged negligence and that the court “disagrees that the First Amendment immunizes all other speech falling outside these categories, including negligent speech which results in bodily injury to others.”