The former Destiny's Child member joins the 68-year-old singer onstage along with Jessie J and Donald Glover to perform 'Superstition'.
The posthumous album will be made available exclusively to Tidal users 14 days before its release in 2019
The song is an ode to Grammy-winning jazz trumpeter Arturo Sandoval and will be included on his upcoming album 'Ultimate Duets'.
A Norway's newspaper claims Tidal's data was manipulated, which resulted in the company overpaying royalties for Kanye's 'The Life of Pablo' and Beyonce's 'Lemonade'.
'Pandora's policy is to not actively promote artists with certain demonstrable behavioral, ethical or criminal issues,' reps for the online radio service say in a statement.
The 76-year-old singer announced the release date when he accepted the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Canadian Music and Broadcast Industry Awards in Toronto.
The track finds both Carti and Nicki bragging about their wealthy lifestyle, with the latter rapping about her influence on the hip-hop industry.
Noque Touring claim they paid the record producer $50,000 to hit the stage, but he failed to show up.
Cindy is grateful for the band's reunion with the addition of Frey's son Deacon and country star Vince Gill.
The upbeat track is an empowering pop banger which finds the four ladies singing about celebrating women and bisexuality.
The 'Fetish' songstress admits that she's feeling terrified of recording her new album, considering the success of her previous album 'Revival'.
The moody track features the blonde songstress showcasing her raw vocals over sparse piano melody.
Fans who can get through to the 'Pompeii' singer say that they receive updates on the band's long-awaited new album.
'I will forever cherish the memories with you,' Wednesday 13 writes on Facebook following the death of his ex-bandmate on May 9.
The groups will join forces at the award-giving event which will take place on May 20 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
The country singer joins the former boybander to perform their collborative track 'Say Something' at the latter's show in Nashville.
The song is a mix between EDM, trap and pop with a synth heavy baseline which features Nick trying to rekindle his relationship with an ex-girlfriend.
In a statement, reps for the singer note that the streaming service still promote musicians who 'have been arrested on charges of domestic violence and artists who sing lyrics that are violent and anti-women in nature.'
The move comes following a string of sexual violence allegations against Kelly, who has been accused of running a 'sex cult,' which he has vehemently denied.
Serving as the soundtrack to season two of '13 Reasons Why', the song is a mid-tempo ballad which finds the songstress emphasizing her desire to rekindle an old relationship.