The wait is finally ended. Madonna unveiled her new single in collaboration with Maluma. As discussed meeting between the Queen of Pop and Colombian singer bore fruit and the result is nothing less than “Medellin”, the single that, after four years, the diva unveiled new material that will be part of his new album ‘Madame X’ next to edit. The video will be issued in world premiere on MTV this Wednesday, April 24.
That also gave to talk and were much Halsey and BTS that made history in the networks with the video of their single in collaboration. The singer and the boy band South Korean broke the record of views on YouTube when last Friday launched “Boy With Luv’, making it the most watched in the history of the platform music video. The issue became the 100 million views, leaving behind “Kill This Love” in BLACKPINK.
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A big surprise the public was when during his long-awaited presentation at Coachella, Ariana Grande gave a show with large versions of their new songs but also with an unexpected collaboration: N’SYNC. The successful singer shared the stage with the boy band of the 1990s which was declared admirer, although his most successful and popular Member, Justin Timberlake, was not part of the evening. The Group took the stage to sing along with Ariana in “Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored”-in which you hear a sample of “Makes Me Ill” of N’SYNC – and ended up with the hit “‘ Tearin’ Up My Heart”. When finished, the band said: “Coachella, this has been a dream”, to which she replied: “I can die now”.
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Meanwhile Justin Timberlake was happy once former teammates together for a while on stage. Singer and actor in their social networks published a photo of his old band and Ariana Grande and wrote: “Were fabulous last night” followed by a celebration emoji. And although the reasons why the JT was not part of the presentation are unknown, Chris Kirkpatrick – member of the band – said: “it was fun but definitely miss you! I love you brother”.
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Someone who certainly is news in recent times is Billie Eilish. The young and increasingly successful artist unveiled “You Should See Me In A Crown”, its new video directed by the renowned Japanese artist Takashi Murakami, who became a character to Billie’s anime surrounded by scenarios with neon colors and smiling flowers then become a sort of giant monstruo-arana that shatters a couple of buildings. “You Should See Me In A Crown” is the fourth song from their debut album “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?”
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