Selena Gomez speaks about her new album, new revelations about Selena’s new album.
Selena Gomez says her new album will have a Latin influence and plenty of collaborations.
The 25-year-old singer and actress teased her forthcoming third studio album Monday in a Twitter Q&A, following the release of her single “Fetish” featuring Gucci Mane.
Gomez confirmed her album will have a Latin influence, telling her 50.6 million Twitter followers she “always” incorporates her heritage onto each record. She named Eminem as her dream collaborator, but kept mum about who will appear on her album.
“I love being able to collaborate w/different artists & producers so every song is new and different. #streamwithsel Can’t name anyone yet,” the star tweeted. “[I most love] being able to learn from someone else’s sound and combining it with mine.”
Lady Gaga announced on Wednesday that her new single, “Perfect Illusion” will be released in September.
Gaga shared the news with a simple tweet saying “Lady Gaga, new single, Perfect Illusion, September,” and directed fans to her website, which says the same thing as the tweet but in colorful, scrolling letter, amazing, like her!
Lady Gaga finally gets her driver’s license.
Music superstar and American Horror Story actress Lady Gaga announced via Instagram she has earned her driver’s license at the age of 30.
“Thelma and Puhleaaaze (And yes I FINALLY got my license after years of driving w an adult present and a learners permit) IM FREE Rollin w the homies,” she wrote in Friday’s post.
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Lil Wayne jail memoir, ‘Gone ‘Til November,’ receives official release date.
Lil Wayne’s long-awaited memoir written during his time spent in jail from 2010 finally has an official release date.
Gone ‘Til November: A Journal of Rikers Island will be hitting book shelves on October 11 publisher Plume, an imprint of the Penguin Group announced Thursday.
Originally the memoir was announced and set for release in 2012 through Grand Central Publishing, a division of Hachette Book Group.
Penguin noted to the New York Times that the 176-page book was “taken directly from Wayne’s own journal” and will “reveal the true story of what happened while he was at Rikers Island, exploring everything from his daily rituals to his interactions with other inmates to how he was able to keep himself motivated and grateful.”
Wayne, real name Dwayne Michael Carter Jr., was originally sentenced to one year at Rikers but was released after serving eight months on a gun possession charge.
The 33-year-old rapper had a health scare in June when he was hospitalized after suffering two epileptic seizures on his private jet. The music mogul has said previously that he’s epileptic and has suffered seizures since childhood.