Lorde Says Rihanna Inspired One of the Most Emotional Tracks on Her Latest Album

Rihanna of the House of Fenty, first of her name, ruler of the Internet, champion of red carpets all over the place and mother of clap backs has for quite some time been built up as both a symbol and a motivation to humankind. She is additionally, as a matter of fact, a melodic powerhouse, whose impact on her audience members as well as on different artists was made obvious in a current anecdote from Lorde.

Lorde, a skilled and Grammy-winning artist in her own particular right, uncovered to fans amid a secret iHeartRadio show in L.A. that her new track “Liability” was roused by a minute in her life where she was moved to tears while tuning in to Rihanna’s track “Higher.”

Facebook Willing to Offer Millions of Dollars for Music Rights

Facebook is dealing with major record labels and music distributors a huge amount of dollars so the users of its social network can lawfully include songs in video recordings being shared, according to individuals acquainted with the issue.

The posting and review of video on Facebook has increased significantly as of late, and a significant number of the recordings feature music to which Facebook doesn’t have the rights. Under current law, rights holders must request Facebook to bring down recordings with infringing material.

Backstreet Boys Courts The Chainsmokers, Diplo & More for Collabs

The Backstreet Boys made a significant come back to the Billboard Hot 100 back in March with their joint release with Florida Georgia Line, “God, Your Mama, and Me” and appear to be securing some prominent coordinated efforts for their up and coming album, as indicated by a current meeting with Entertainment Tonight.