Still divisive, Dr. Luke resurges at Grammys — as Tyson Trax
Dr. Luke appeared as Tyson Trax on the Grammy ballot for Doja Cat's Say So," which he produced and co-wrote. But not all of the academy members may have been aware they were voting for Dr. Luke when they completed their ballots this year. Ad“I didn’t know that Tyson Trax was Dr. Luke. AdTogether, Martin and Dr. Luke crafted hits for Kelly Clarkson, Katy Perry, Pink and Kesha, who he signed in 2005. Eventually Dr. Luke stepped into the forefront, helming successes for Miley Cyrus, Pitbull, Nicki Minaj and Flo Rida, logging 17 No.
Post Malone owns Billboard Awards, Legend shines onstage
Post Malone accepts the top artist award at the Billboard Music Awards on Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)NEW YORK – Walking into the show with 16 nominations, Post Malone won nine honors at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards, where John Legend gave a heartfelt performance that was dedicated to his wife. Garth Brooks accepted the Icon Award from Cher, who called the country star “a true music legend and my friend Garth Brooks." Guitar rock legend Eddie Van Halen, who died last week, was honored as the show aired a clip of his Billboard Awards performance from 2015. This year’s Billboard Awards were originally supposed to take place in April but were postponed because of the pandemic.
Houston’s own Lizzo gets 11 Billboard nominations
NEW YORK – Post Malone is the sunflower of the 2020 Billboard Music Awards. The multi-platinum 25-year-old star scored 16 nominations, dick clark productions and NBC announced Tuesday. Malone’s nominations include top artist, top male artist, top rap artist and top streaming songs artist. Lil Nas X follows Malone with 13 nominations, while Billie Eilish and Khalid each scored 12 nods. Four of the five songs nominated for top gospel song are from West.
Here are the walk-up songs for the Houston Astros
Ric Flair's entrance music): "Also Sprach Zarathustra" by Richard Strauss (a.k.a. Ric Flair's entrance music) Hector Rondon : "Caro" by Bad Bunny: "Caro" by Bad Bunny Joe Smith : "My Kinda Party" by Jason Aldean: "My Kinda Party" by Jason Aldean George Springer : "Butterfly Effect" by Travis Scott: "Butterfly Effect" by Travis Scott Justin Verlander: "'Til I Collapse" by EminemEMBED >More News Videos Fuzzy's Pizza in Katy offers a specialty for Astros fans. EMBED >More News Videos Need some Astros tattoo ideas? We've got you covered with some of this season's best ink! HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Walk-up music in Major League Baseball is the signature element of a batter's appearance at the plate.As unique as a batting stance or a snowflake, these songs are the extension of the ballplayer's personality.These songs can range from the hype-up, pump-up stadium anthem, to the simple classic rock song, to the smooth crossover R&B hit.Here are the songs that are pumping each Astro up to the batter's box or, for the pitchers, out to the mound:You can see additional songs for some of the players and a download link for each track on the Astros websiteabc13.com
Simon Cowell and Paula Abdul Have Surprise 'American Idol' Reunion on 'America's
However, there was one special appearance that took everyone by surprise. The unexpected cameo came as a total shock to Abdul's former American Idol judge Simon Cowell, who was blown away while sitting behind the judges panel. "That was brilliant," Cowell said of the big surprise, giving her a thumbs up as she blew him kisses from the stage. The surprising American Idol reunion came as a result of Abdul wanting to promote her Las Vegas residency at the Flamingo Hotel. RELATED CONTENT:'America's Got Talent' Finals: Simon Cowell Calls Kodi Lee's Performance the 'Most Beautiful' He's Ever Heard'America's Got Talent' Judge Simon Cowell Reveals Why He Decided to Get In Shape During Season 14 (Exclusive)'America's Got Talent': Simon Cowell Celebrates 11-Year-Old Violinist and Cancer Survivor With Golden Buzzer
Whitney Houston Song Released 7 Years After Her Death
Whitney Houston fans have a brand new song to listen to from the beloved late singer, thanks to a track released by Kygo. The Whitney Houston estate presented Kygo with the archival recording of Houston's version, and then he added his own personal touch by remixing it. He's set to perform the song for the first time on Sunday, June 30, at PrideFestival Utopia in New York City. "I was honored when the Whitney Houston estate reached out and presented me with the opportunity to work with one of the greatest female vocalists of all time," Kygo says in a statement. Meanwhile, the singer's sister-in-law, Pat Houston, states, "The Estate of Whitney E. Houston and our new partner Primary Wave are delighted with the collaboration between Kygo and Whitney.