Björk has shared a new song from her upcoming new album ‘Utopia’ – listen to ‘Blissing Me’ below. The Icelandic artist is gearing up to release her ninth studio album ‘Utopia’ on November 24, and has previously described the record as her “Tinder album”. She’s already released the track ‘The Gate’ from the album. With just over a week to go until ‘Utopia’ hits shelves, Björk has now shared ‘Blissing Me’ – the second song to be released from ‘Utopia’, which will comprise of a total of 14 tracks.
Paper magazine has shared its forthcoming cover shot of Nicki Minaj, adding that she’s intending to “break the internet” with the image. Minaj is thought to be currently recording the follow-up to her 2014 record ‘The Pinkprint’, which was her third studio album. The rapper told fans back in September that the new album “is so fucking good”.
Rose McGowan has vowed to plead not guilty following her arrest as part of an ongoing drugs investigation. McGowan, who has starred in Charmed and Scream, turned herself in to a magistrate’s office in Loudoun County, Virginia yesterday (November 14) in response to an outstanding felony warrant on charges of drug possession. The charges date back to January, when McGowan’s wallet was discovered on a plane by a cleaner at Dulles International Airport in Virginia.
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Selecting a term
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