The Fifth Harmony member will join a roster of artists currently signed to the label, including Outkast's Big Boi and rappers Skinnyfromthe9, Yella Beezy and DJ Holiday.
Ariana gives fans double the sweetness with a line of T-shirts, hoodies and sweaters to complement the new music.
Though the exact time tickets became unavailable has not yet been confirmed, one hour after ticketing opened, Citi Field's officials announced that tickets were sold out.
Many of the albums, which are 'long sought-after by fans and collectors,' have been made available to stream and download for the first time.
The visuals follows the lives of a Mexican boy who is separated from his family at the U.S. border and a white American boy who lives comfortably with his family.
The country singer also plans to revamp some of her old hits for a new Netflix film series project.
The platinum certification for Bad Wolves' cover of 'Zombie' was handed to the band by co-manager, Zoltan Bathory of Five Finger Death Punch.
The new mom is rumored to be perfoming at the award-giving event, which will be held on August 20.
Filmed in Brooklyn, New York City, the visuals features a block party celebration featuring dancers from various countries such as Ghana, Nigeria and Trinidad.
The song finds the 'Too Good at Goodbyes' hitmaker singing about searching someone whom he can hook up with in a nightclub.
Director Jon M. Chu gushes that the song describes 'the color (yellow) in the most beautiful, magical ways.'
In a livestream, the female emcee says she's 'sick and tired' of people who keep trying to 'discredit' her.
Taking to Instagram Live, the actress and singer announce she will be playing all scheduled tour dates at the same venues.
The song will be the first release of the pop star's label Rhythm Nation Records, which she will run with her brother Randy and Cinq Music bosses Jason Peterson and Barry Daffurn.
In the video, the Queen of Pop performs a snippet of the new song along with a slew of female dancers.
In a recent interview, the rocker stated that removing the song from the tracklist was a no-brainer.
The rocker and guitarist Pete Townshend grappled after Roger flushed Pete's stash of drugs down a toilet.
The 'Lust for Life' star is featured eating hamburger while bopping along to the band's new song 'Disaster (Is What We're After)' in the new clip.
'I loved them so much I decided to wear it in the video with my throwback Adidas,' the superstar talks about the tracksuit.
Besides the new addition, the female emcee plans to add a Future collaboration to the Target version of the album.