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Kesha Reveals The Tracklist Of Comeback LP ‘Rainbow’

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What a glorious day for music-starved Kesha fans! The glitter princess dropped “Praying,” her first single in four years, and revealed the tripped cover of comeback LP, Rainbow. She also shared the album’s feature-filled tracklist. Much like the lead single, several of these titles appear to address the beleaguered pop star’s legal battle with producer Dr. Luke. The opening song, for example, is called “Bastards.” Other introspective anthems include “Hymn,” “Learn To Let Go” and the Ben Folds-produced title track “Rainbow.”

It’s not all self-help ballads, however. Kesha joins forces with Eagles Of Death Metal(twice) for “Let ‘Em Talk” and “Boogie Feet” and collaborates with The Dap-Kings on “Woman.” She also teams up with Dolly Parton for a second cover of “Old Flames (Can’t Hold A Candle To You)” — a track she previously reworked on her DeconstructedEP. The significance of the song? Her mother, Pebe Sebert, wrote it. The album ends with two quintessentially Kesha titles — “Godzilla” and “Spaceship.” Check out the full tracklist below and pre-order the album here.

Kesha’s Rainbow tracklist:

1. Bastards 2. Let ‘Em Talk (feat. Eagles Of Death Metal) 3. Woman (feat. The Dap-Kings Horns) 4. Hymn 5. Praying 6. Learn To Let Go 7. Finding You 8. Rainbow 9. Hunt You Down 10. Boogie Feet (feat. Eagles Of Death Metal) 11. Boots 12. Old Flames (Can’t Hold A Candle To You) [feat. Dolly Parton] 13. Godzilla 14. Spaceship

This article was originally published by: Idolator 

Lorde Is Taylor Swift’s Friend, but She’s Not in Her Squad

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Lorde has disassociated herself from Taylor Swift ‘s squad.

In an interview with Australia’s Sunrisethat aired Friday, co-host David Koch asked the New Zealand native about how she “coped” with befriending some of the people she’d idolized, like Beyoncé and Swift. “The second you think too hard about it, you’ll just go insane,” Lorde, 20, explained. “It’s best to be like, ‘We’re in wonderland and it’s just what happens around here.'”

“Also,” Lorde clarified, “I don’t hang out with these people at all.”

“Hang on!” Koch said. “You’re part of Taylor’s squad; all the magazines tell us!”

Lorde shook her head at the notion. “You know, you make friends in different places,” the singer said. “But I think for the most part I’m not, like, calling my idols for advice necessarily.”

Instead, the “Green Light” singer said her parents—and not other musicians—have been her biggest mentors. “My parents are so inspiring in different ways. We’re a close family, and we’re very different. My mom’s a poet and very emotional; I’m a reader because of her,” she said. “My dad’s an engineer—very methodical and very calm. I take a lot from both of them, I think.”

Lorde appeared on Sunrise to promote Melodrama, her recently released sophomore album. “It’s very scary putting out a second album, but it could not have gone better,” she said of recording a follow-up to 2013’s Pure Heroine, which won two Grammys. “I feel really grateful.”

She’s quite proud of Melodrama. “It sounds very different to Pure Heroine, and a lot of the sentiments are very different, but it is still me, and it’s still me sort of thrashing my arms around and singing like my heart depends on it,” Lorde laughed. “I think people sorta get that about it.”

Lorde will kick off her 60-date world tour in Manchester Sept. 26, and her trek will end Apr. 15, 2018 in Nashville. “I am such a different performer than I was when I was 16. I feel like I can really lead a show with nothing but my body and a microphone and a pair of sneakers,” Lorde shared. “The music lends itself more to a live atmosphere. It’s stuff you can actually dance to.”

 This article was originally by: E! News 

Sophie Turner Says Dating Joe Jonas Is Like “Living in a Fishbowl”

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The spotlight of celebrity can be hard to deal with, especially when it shining twice as bright on a young Hollywood power couple.

Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner spoke to Marie Claire in a new cover story about what it’s like dating Joe Jonas, saying she’s “very happy” in their relationship but could do without the unique challenges that go along with it.

“You do feel like you’re living in a fishbowl,” she said of her public relationship with the DNCE frontman. “It’s frustrating [that] it’s the most mundane things that make the news — how boring! There are really no other headlines?”

Turner and Jonas began dating last year and have since traveled to London together to meet her parents and spent Thanksgiving with the Jonas clan at the California skiing destination Mammoth Mountain.

In the interview, Turner specifically targeted her issues with fans trying to take stealth photos.

“I find it really rude, and I will be rude back. It’s such an invasion of privacy,” she said. “I could be out with my mum on her birthday and I will ask them to delete it. I would much rather them come up and ask for a photo. I will probably be fine with it… unless I look shit!”

This article was originally published by: Billboard
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