He can’t seem to steer clear of drama, no matter what he does, and Shia LaBeouf is already getting criticized for a viral rap video he made over the weekend.
While onlookers listened intently, the “Lawless” lad declared, "I'm so underground, rap kids call me Tubman… Still breaking down potatoes like I'm f*cking Galileo." When asked to wax lyrical regarding his “Transformers” days, Shia fired back, "Nah, none of that / Transformers is the dummy rap / I'm so past that."
There’s a growing trend among pop stars, who skip the promotional hype and just release new music, and Janet Jackson is the latest songstress to post a song without warning.
At 9am on Monday (June 22), the “Black Cat” hitmaker posted a link to her YouTube page’s latest clip, a new song called “No Sleeep” along with the message, “I dedicate this to My Love. #NoSL333P. #ConversationsInACafe.”
She has sex appeal for days, and Selena Gomez sounds like she’s aching for some lovin’ in her brand new single “Good For You.”
The “Spring Breakers” babe sings, “I'm in my 14 carats, I'm 14 carat/Doing it up like Midas, mmm/Now you say I got a touch, so good, so good/Make you never wanna leave, so don't, so don't/Gonna wear that dress you like, skin-tight/Do my hair up real, real nice/And syncopate my skin to your heart beating.”
Following a slight delay, Madonna is gearing up to unveil her much-anticipated music video for “B*tch I’m Madonna” on Wednesday (June 17).
The “Like a Virgin” songstress sent a preview clip to the good folks at “Good Morning America” and Lara Spencer introduced the video by comparing it to Taylor Swift’s previously-released “Bad Blood” project.