A source reveals that the Canadian singer needs to perform the song because 'it will be a cathartic experience for him to finally get over her.'
The Rory Kramer-directed music video features a scene of the duo burning a car down, which symbolizes 'their success of 'Closer'.'
Aside from the making out scene, the visuals also features the female emcee belting out the track on a television broadcast.
The seven-piece group recently made a very successful comeback with their new mini album 'Eyes on You', which debuted at No. 2 on Billboard's World Albums and Heartseekers charts.
Wearing a black turtleneck and putting her blond locks into a ponytail, Taylor performed acoustic versions of her hits such as 'Shake It Off' and 'Love Story'.
The rocker's third studio album also marks the second-biggest sales week of 2018 of any album following Justin Timberlake's 'Man of the Woods'.
The 'So Sick' hitmaker reveals on Instagram that the song is about a woman that has 'her own self, her own heart and mind.'
Replying to a fan who calls out Offset in the comment section of one of his Instagram posts, the raptress writes, 'Music is art it's nothing personal.'
Fans believe that the Canadian singer throws major shade at his actress ex-girlfriend on songs such as 'Call Out My Name' and 'Privilege'.
The three-and-a-half-minute track features Cardi spitting lyrics about the consequences of a man who cheats on her.
The new visuals features the singer filming the video in a single take as she belts out the lyrics of the song in a wooded area.
Logic opens the song with a verse where he talks about God, before the British singer takes over with the original verses of the song.
The 'Butterfly Effect' spitter is sued after he 'refused to show up to the event' that took place at Myth Nightclub on February 3, two days after Stormi's birth.
The 30-second teaser clip features a reporter named Stan Dresden reporting a crime scene outside a mansion where Em is holed up.
Fans are convinced that the singer will release a new album after he shares on the site a screenshot of his text conversation with creative director La Mar Taylor.
The two-minute visuals features behind-the-scenes footage of his 'Use Me' music video as well as a montage of his 'Nobody Safe Tour'.
The Derek Schklar-directed music video features Trouble and Drake hanging out at a hotel room with the former's girlfriend, before taking a ride through the city.
Taking to Instagram, the 'Attention' singer says that the song is dedicated to 'all of the Parkland students, any lives lost to senseless gun violence, and the world.'
The cover art finds Cardi sitting on a yellow chair while licking her lips and rocking a checkered black-and-white outfit.
The DJ Mustard-produced track finds the Atlanta rapper taking a jab at Lil's height, as well as making a reference to the latter's 2016 song 'Money Longer'.