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Kane Brown Embraces Fatherhood in New Song ‘For My Daughter’

Kane Brown Embraces Fatherhood in New Song ‘For My Daughter’
Kane Brown has released the new song “For My Daughter,” a touching commentary on family and fatherhood. “I grew up without a dad,” Brown sings in his rich baritone during moving refrain, “I’m gonna be the best one I can be.”

“I wrote this song when I found out we were officially going to become parents,” says a statement the singer, who recently welcomed his first child, daughter Kingsley Rose Brown, with wife Katelyn. “I meant every word, and cannot wait to watch her grow up.”

Brown, a singer
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First Look At Admiral Picard In Star Trek: Picard Revealed

Excitement is building for the January premiere of Star Trek: Picard, and we’ve already heard a lot about what to expect from the CBS All Access series. Over the weekend, the Destination Star Trek convention provided some reveals via Patrick Stewart, including new insights into the Borg and the return of some familiar characters. Another significant piece of news from the convention though was the first look at Picard’s admiral uniform, both through the prop and on the cover of Idw Publishing’s prequel comic series.

The cover image, which you can see below, shows Picard in the admiral uniform, suggesting that the three-issue prequel will fill in some of the gaps between Star Trek: Nemesis and the first episode of Star Trek: Picard. The cover was created by Sara Pitre-Durocher and was likely based off the actual uniform prop, which was on display during the UK convention.
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‘Star Trek: Picard’ Trailer: Data, Riker and Troi Reunite With Their Former Captain

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‘Star Trek: Picard’ Trailer: Data, Riker and Troi Reunite With Their Former Captain
It’s time for Jean-Luc Picard to “engage” once again, as seen in the brand new trailer for “Star Trek: Picard,” which dropped on Saturday, during the New York Comic Con panel for the upcoming new CBS All Access series. Fans also now have an official premiere date to count down to — the network announced that the highly anticipated series will premiere on CBS All Access in the U.S. on January 23, 2020.

The panel, moderated by Cbsn anchor and CBS News national correspondent Vladimir Duthiers, featured a conversation with cast members Sir Patrick Stewart (Jean-Luc Picard), Isa Briones (Dahj), Santiago Cabrera (Cristobal “Chris” Rios), Michelle Hurd (Raffi Musiker), Alison Pill (Dr. Agnes Jurati), Harry Treadaway (Narek) and Evan Evagora (Elnor). Also present were Executive producers Alex Kurtzman, Michael Chabon, Akiva Goldsman and Heather Kadin, as well as co-executive producer and director Hanelle Culpepper and supervising producer Kirsten Beyer.

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The ‘Old Town Road’ Goes on Forever

The ‘Old Town Road’ Goes on Forever
“Old Town Road” is so much more than a hit at this point — it’s like centuries of American music were all building up to these 113 seconds of genius. Lil Nas X’s yeehaw manifesto has been the great national obsession ever since it blew up in March, which feels like years ago. But it shows no signs of fading. Fresh off his Billy Ray Cyrus remix, Nas just dropped another with Young Thug and country child star Mason Ramsey. He just announced he wants to do one with Dolly Parton and Megan Thee Stallion.
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Meek Mill, Future Team for Co-Headlining U.S. Tour

Meek Mill, Future Team for Co-Headlining U.S. Tour
Meek Mill and Future are joining forces for a co-headlining U.S. tour. The 24-city trek, dubbed the ‘Legendary Nights Tour,’ launches in August and wraps in October. Yg, Mustard and Megan Thee Stallion will serve as special guests for select dates. General tickets go on sale on Friday. Presale tickets are available Tuesday through Thursday for Citi cardmembers and Tidal subscribers.

The rappers kick things off at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in St. Louis, Missouri on August 28th, before continuing through the Midwest, which includes stops in Chicago, Illinois and Detroit,
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Justice for Justin? ‘This Is Us’ star Justin Hartley could receive Emmy bid after last year’s crushing snub

Justice for Justin? ‘This Is Us’ star Justin Hartley could receive Emmy bid after last year’s crushing snub
This Is Us” has racked up 11 Primetime Emmy Award acting nominations for seven of its cast members. With both Sterling K. Brown and Chrissy Metz having reaped nominations, it may finally be time for Justin Hartley, who plays Kevin Pearson, to complete the Big Three’s Emmy sweep this year after he was criminally snubbed for his dynamite turn in the second season.

Last year, Hartley seemed to have all boxes checked off the snatch an Emmy bid for Best Drama Supporting Actor: the second season of “This Is Us” put Kevin through the wringer, as he mourned the death of his father in both past and present, triggering his descent into drug and alcohol addiction. The eighth episode, “Number One,” focusing almost entirely on his character, was tailor-made for Hartley’s potential Emmy submission: He delivers two powerful, emotionally draining speeches, is drowned in self-hate and regret, and is
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Watch Bts Unleash Euphoric ‘Boy With Luv’ on ‘Good Morning America’

Bts kicked off Good Morning America’s Summer Concert Series with performances of “Boy With Luv” and “Fire” at New York’s Central Park Wednesday.

The K-pop giants breezed through “Boy With Luv” with characteristic aplomb, hitting inch-perfect choreography as they crooned the disco-tinged track. The group also got an assist on the song’s “Oh yeah, oh yeah” refrain from the massive crowd.

Bts also delivered a blistering rendition of their early single “Fire,” which appeared on their 2016 compilation album, The Most Beautiful Moment in Life: Young Forever. Full
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Hear Logic and Eminem Trade Rapid-Fire Verses in New Song ‘Homicide’

Hear Logic and Eminem Trade Rapid-Fire Verses in New Song ‘Homicide’
Logic and Eminem have teamed for new song “Homicide.” The track marks the first time the rappers have collaborated on a song together.

They may have murderous words on their minds, but the slaying has more to do with firing rapid-fire verses than literal homicide on their new track. Logic leads off the fiery tune, as the pair trade quick rhymes. “Mass murder like this can’t be good for my health/When I rap like this, do I sound like shit?/Well it really don’t matter ’cause I’m killing this shit,
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Star Trek: Discovery Finally Gave Number One A Real Name

Here’s a good bit of trivia to test a true Star Trek fan: who’s the character who’s been part of the franchise for over 50+ years but doesn’t have a name? The answer is Number One, played by Majel Barrett in The Original Series pilot “The Cage” and portrayed by Rebecca Romijn in season 2 of Star Trek: Discovery.

After all these decades, though, Number One has finally received what she’s always been missing, as Discovery‘s recent finale at last gave us something to call her other than her official rank. Yes, Number One’s first name is actually Una, which is Swedish in origin, but also the feminine form of the Spanish word “uno,” meaning one.

Behind the scenes, the name was first used for the character in the novel Captain to Captain by Greg Cox. And on Twitter, fellow Trek author David Mack revealed
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Hozier Pays Tribute to Jazz Traditions in ‘Almost (Sweet Music)’

Hozier Pays Tribute to Jazz Traditions in ‘Almost (Sweet Music)’
Five years after he broke through with his earworm anthem “Take Me To Church,” Hozier proved he has staying power with his second album, Wasteland, Baby!, which became his first Number One album in March. The Irish songwriter recruited Mavis Staples and Booker T. Jones and paid tribute to Nina Simone, while doing his best to block out commercial expectations “My head was spinning,” he told Rolling Stone of his early success. “It took a long time for me to even make sense of it all.”

Hozier shared the video
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Director Ken Olin (‘This is Us’) reveals secrets of Season 3 ahead of tonight’s finale

Director Ken Olin (‘This is Us’) reveals secrets of Season 3 ahead of tonight’s finale
The third season of “This is Us” concludes tonight with an episode by in-house director Ken Olin. Debuting with the first episode after the pilot, Olin has directed all of the season premieres and finales since, as well as such landmark installments as the WGA Award-nominated “The Car” and the consecutive “Number One,” “Number Two” and “Number Three” episodes.

Olin is profiled this month in Icg Magazine, revealing that the pilot script for “This is Us” was the best that he had seen since 2001’s “Alias,” another drama on which Olin was executive producer and the most-prolific director. Olin had since filled those same roles on “Brothers and Sisters,” on which he also acted; it was the similar tone and subject matter of this work that attracted creator Dan Fogelman to Olin. Although Olin is best known as Golden Globe-nominated lead actor of the 1980s “thirtysomething,” another in the same subgenre,
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Watch Ariana Grande, Victoria Monet’s Rooftop Celebration for ‘Monopoly’ Video

Watch Ariana Grande, Victoria Monet’s Rooftop Celebration for ‘Monopoly’ Video
Ariana Grande and Victoria Monét have released a brand new collaboration titled “Monopoly.” Monét has co-written many of Grande’s latest songs, including Number One hits “Thank U, Next” and “7 Rings.”

Above a simple, bouncy beat, the pair sing in a clipped, soft fashion. They flaunt their recent success on the chorus claiming to “Treat my goals like property/Collect them like Monopoly.” Along the way they reference how quickly Thank U, Next came together (“Remember when we made a fucking album off that Clicquot?”) and the fact that 90% of
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Wanda Jackson: 10 Essential Songs

Wanda Jackson: 10 Essential Songs
She’s been dubbed “the sweet lady with the nasty voice,” and anyone who has met her and had seen her perform live can appreciate the dichotomy of that statement. Wanda Jackson, the undisputed Queen of Rockabilly Music, bridged nascent rock & roll with traditional country in the Fifties, then proceeded to blow up that bridge with a one-of-a-kind voice like spring-loaded dynamite wrapped in sandpaper.

The 81-year-old Jackson, who recently announced her retirement from performing after more than 60 years, has had an ardent following not only in the U.S.
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Will Susan Kelechi Watson be the latest ‘This Is Us’ star to score an Emmy nomination after her showcase episode?

NBC’s “This Is Us” is filled with many great performances, so it’s no surprise that 11 of its 18 Primetime Emmy Award nominations, not to mention three wins, have been for acting. This year, yet another cast member, Susan Kelechi Watson, could reap an Emmy bid with a scene-stealing performance.

In the third season, fan favorite Beth Pearson (Watson) has gone from supporting her husband during his grueling city council campaign and unexpectedly losing her job to returning to her passion for dancing. All these storylines came together beautifully in the Beth-centric 13th episode, “Our Little Island Girl,” in which we see flashbacks of multiple phases of Beth’s childhood. We witness her struggle to juggle her mother’s (Phylicia Rashad) demands and home life with her desire of pursuing a path in dance.

Another “This Is Us” star breaking into an acting category wouldn’t be too surprising, as Sterling K. Brown,
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Luke Combs to Headline Arenas on 2019 Fall Tour

In September, Luke Combs opened for Jason Aldean at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. A little over a year later, the “Beautiful Crazy” singer will return to the 20,000-seat venue as a headliner. It’s a remarkable milestone for Combs, who, with just one official album to his credit, has become a bona fide country music superstar.

Combs announced a fall headlining arena tour on Thursday, a run that in addition to Nashville will bring him to major markets like Philadelphia, Phoenix, Cleveland and Pittsburgh. The Beer Never Broke My Heart
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Star Trek: Discovery Season 2 is All Over the Space (and Time)

Although Star Trek: Discovery Season 1 took us through the mycelial network and into the Mirror Universe, Season 2 has racked up the light-years in travel.

There was a dash into the Beta Quadrant to save an unknown human colony. Then a run-in with the sinister Section 31. And then trips to Kaminar, Vulcan, and, most recently, Talos IV.

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While forging new adventures, this season has been firmly rooted in pre-Kirk Trek lore, introducing Captain Pike and searching for Spock. There seems to be an aim to reboot the nostalgia of the original series if that's even possible.

And they haven't forgotten about their adventures in Season 1. Both Ash Tyler (whoop-dee-doo) and Mu Georgiou (oooh... ahhh...) are deeply enmeshed in this endeavor.

Not only that but they've even tied into their series of mini-episodes, Short Treks, that aired during the hiatus.
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On the Charts: Hozier’s ‘Wasteland, Baby!’ Opens at Number One

On the Charts: Hozier’s ‘Wasteland, Baby!’ Opens at Number One
Five years after “Take Me to Church” and his self-titled debut album, Hozier returned with his second LP Wasteland, Baby!, which became the Irish singer’s first Number One on the latest Billboard 200.

Since its release in September 2013, Hozier has sold about 2.6 million total copies, Billboard reports, but it only peaked at Number Two on the Billboard 200. Its follow-up surpassed that in its first week of release as Wasteland, Baby! sold 89,000 total copies, including 75,000 traditional copies.

Wasteland, Baby! is also the first rock album to top the Billboard 200 in 2019, and
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On the Charts: ‘A Star Is Born’ Rides Oscars Win to Number One

On the Charts: ‘A Star Is Born’ Rides Oscars Win to Number One
The Academy Awards spotlight and a late sales surge helped A Star Is Born‘s soundtrack reclaim Number One on the Billboard 200, ending Ariana Grande’s two-week reign.

Following its Best Original Song win for “Shallow” and Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s Oscars performance, A Star Is Born sold 128,000 total copies – up over 150 percent from the previous week – to retake the top spot, Billboard reports.

Even after the Oscars, Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next was still forecasted to remain at Number One. However, a late sales surge spurred
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We Got Her, Babe: Cher Stands Alone

We Got Her, Babe: Cher Stands Alone
At this point, Cher is more than just a pop star; she’s the one-woman embodiment of the whole gaudy story of pop music. She’s a myth so huge that the new Broadway musical The Cher Show takes three different Chers to encompass her — Babe Cher, Lady Cher and Star Cher. She was just 16 when she got discovered by Sonny Bono, already a seasoned music-biz shark, and soon became his hippie bride in a blur of miniskirts and fringed vests. Everybody thought she was washed up by the time
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‘Beautiful Crazy’: Luke Combs Earns History-Making Number One Song

“I love country music, man,” said a stunned Luke Combs during his acceptance speech for New Artist of the Year at the 2018 Cma Awards in November. The feeling is clearly mutual: with the ascent of his latest release “Beautiful Crazy” to the Number One spot on the Billboard Country Airplay chart, Combs becomes the first artist to have his first five singles reach the top of the airplay-monitoring chart since its 1990 launch.

As Billboard points out, “Beautiful Crazy” — a bonus cut from the deluxe release of Combs’ debut album (cleverly
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