Lloyd Gunton, the 17-year-old convicted last year of plotting an Islamic State-inspired terror attack on a Justin Bieber concert in Cardiff, Wales, has been given a life sentence. According to The Guardian, Gunton must serve a minimum of 11 years before he’s eligible for parole. Gunton was arrested in June after he … More »
The combined power of Quavo and Win Butler led Team Clippers to victory at the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game last night, triumphing over Justin Bieber’s Team Lakers. Common, Flea, Jamie Foxx, Anthony Anderson, Michael B. Jordan, and Caleb McLaughlin also participated. Quavo was named MVP, an honor that Butler received in 2016 and Bieber … More »
Win Butler will be playing in the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game for the fourth year in a row, and this time, he’ll be playing with Quavo. According to The Hollywood Reporter, they’ll both be playing for Team Clippers, coached by ESPN host Katie Nolan, alongside other celebs like Common, Jamie Foxx, and Anthony … More »
King Henry, the co-producer behind Justin Bieber, MØ & Major Lazer’s “Cold Water” and Major Lazer and Nicki Minaj’s “Run Up,” has called out Zedd for his latest single “The Middle.” King Henry tweeted out that Zedd was really out here “putting out the same song twice lol. Really pushing boundaries out here.” zedd really
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Two of pop music’s most world renowned artists, Martin Garrix and Justin Bieber, have pending collaborations waiting to be released. According to @themartingarrixhub, an Instagram fan account dedicated to the Dutch superstar, Garrix and Bieber have two and possibly more tracks produced. In an interview with RTL last year, Garrix shared,
“We have lots of ideas but if we want to release one, we want it to be 200%. From the scale of 1-10, we think it’s 7-8. We want to release something which is 10 otherwise we won’t release it.”
The two spent a lot of time together when Bieber brought Garrix on his Purpose tour in Australia, and a collaboration would not come as a major surprise since both artists are managed by Scooter Braun. Bieber is already familiar with the dance community due to his past collaborations with Skrillex, Diplo, and Major Lazer. Fans can only imagine about what a collaboration between the two artists would entail, but undoubtedly, such a production would be one for the books.
Receiving questions about Garrix x Bieber collab from last few days. Here’s an update on it one more time! Martijn did an interview at RTL last year and revealed that he has already made 2 tracks with Justin. He said, “We have lots of ideas but if we want to release one, we want it to be 200%. From the scale of 1-10, we think it’s 7-8. We want to release something which is 10 otherwise we won’t release it.”
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Perhaps there was a brief moment of skepticism when it became obvious that Skrillex and Diplo would be instrumental in resurrecting Justin Bieber‘s career. In 2014, Bieber was unanimously hated by every living human over the age of 11, and simultaneously, EDM’s perennial cool guys were riding converging waves into the massive swell that became Jack Ü.
In spite of seemingly divergent paths, the combination materialized anyway, the product was, of course, “Where Are Ü Now,” and the rest is history: over four million units moved, four platinum certifications earned, and a Grammy Award to boot. Any fleeting skepticism washed away as the song came to define the year and dominate the airwaves, and now, the blockbuster collaboration has reached another considerable milestone, as it is the latest to join YouTube‘s billion view ranks.
Coincidentally enough, of less than 50 inductions, none of these artists are strangers to the Billion Views Club, with Bieber, Skrillex, and Diplo each already earning previous spots in the club. Seeing a pattern here? The track’s undeniable appeal was also matched with a creative video concept which sourced fan art from admirers around the world. “Where Are Ü Now” joins sweeping hits from Taylor Swift, Adele, The Chainsmokers and more as the past decade’s leading pop hallmarks.
Pop production duo turned electronic group BLVK JVCK has released their sophomore single titled “Mine Luv” featuring H.E.R.
The commercial track contains remnants of their rap background merged with a catchy drop that is fit for any club night.
Many are curious to see what 2018 has in store for the duo now that they have pivoted to producing as themselves as opposed to behind the scenes for the likes of Chris Brown, Justin Bieber, and DJ Khaled among many others. If “Mine Luv” is any indication of where they are heading, then this year will see the duo garner quite a following within the electronic music community.
The lawsuit against Skrillex, BloodPop, and Justin Bieber has officially been dropped. Back in 2015, Justin Bieber teamed up with a handful of artists to release the hit single “Sorry.” The musician Casey Dienel, known as White Hinterland, claimed that the producers had ripped the female vocals directly from her single “Ring The Bell” which
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