There's A Fan Theory That Two Popular Robyn Songs Are About The Same Night And It'll Leave You Shook

Here’s a snippet of the lyrics:

Call your girlfriend
It’s time you had the talk
Give your reasons
Say it’s not her fault
But you just met somebody new

Don’t you tell her how I give you something that you never even knew you missed
Don’t you even try and explain how it’s so different when we kiss
And you just tell her that the only way her heart will mend is when she learns to love again
And it won’t make sense right now but you’re still her friend
And then you let her down easy

It goes:

Somebody said you got a new friend
Does she love you better than I can?
There’s a big black sky over my town
I know where you’re at, I bet she’s around

Yeah, I know it’s stupid
I just gotta see it for myself

I’m in the corner, watching you kiss her, ohh
I’m right over here, why can’t you see me, ohh
I’m giving it my all, but I’m not the girl you’re taking home, ooo
I keep dancing on my own (I keep dancing on my own)

6 Extremely Sad Things Louis Tomlinson Just Said About Being In One Direction

In the interview, Louis acknowledges that he’s been seen as “forgettable, to a certain degree.” He goes on to describe the role each guy had within the band and how he fit in to that picture. “The others have always been… Like Niall, for example. He’s the most lovely guy in the world. Happy-go-lucky Irish, no sense of arrogance. And he’s fearless. There are times I’ve thought: ‘I’d have a bit of that.’ Zayn, back in the day. He could relate to me on a nerves level. In the first year we were both the least confident. But Zayn has a fantastic voice and for him it was always about owning that. Liam always had a good stage presence, same as Harry, they’ve both got that ownership. Harry comes across very cool. Liam’s all about getting the crowd going, doing a bit of dancing… And then there’s me.”

Which Jeepney Song Best Describes Your Life?

You got: “Kabet” by Gagong Rapper

It’s hard to explain how your life goes. You don’t know what it is that will make you truly happy. Instead of overthinking things, you just bob your head and lose yourself to the rapping skills and killer beats of Gagong Rapper.

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You got: “Family Affair (Cebu Mix Club Remix)” by Mary J. Blige

Your life is like a long remix full of catchy tracks and sound effects. You’re all about spontaneity and always on the lookout for something fun and different.

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You got: “Dessert” by Dawin

They can imitate you, but they can’t duplicate you! Dawin thinks you’re a life peg because you know exactly what you want. People are drawn to your wit and charm. You can get away with everything. Ikaw na!

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You got: “Simpleng Tao” by Gloc-9

In your opinion, life shouldn’t be complicated. You can always choose to be happy because that’s just how you roll. Those who are close to you can always count on your down-to-earth attitude to remind them of what matters the most. You deserve this Gloc-9 feel-good track.

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You got: “Victims of Love” by Joe Lamont

You’ve gotten used to heartbreak and have mastered the art of expressing your heart out. Yes, you are a victim of love, but you’re still a fighter to us. Laban lang!

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Chance The Rapper Called For Black Justice At The BET Awards And It Was Powerful

Chance the Rapper delivered a powerful, impassioned speech calling for justice for the black community and vowing to become a better man after he accepted the BET Humanitarian Award Sunday night.

The 24-year-old rapper from Chicago became the youngest person to date to receive the award for work “positively impacting both local and national communities.” He has pledged to donate $1 million to Chicago Public Schools, worked on President Obama’s criminal justice program, and raised more than $2 million for his SocialWorks organization.

Before he took the stage, former First Lady Michelle Obama surprised a floored audience with an on-screen message praising the rapper’s “passionate efforts” to ensure children in Chicago “get the education they deserve.”

“We have known Chance and his family since he was a wee little baby rapper,” the Obama said. “Chance is showing our young people that they matter. That they have something inside of them that is worthy of being expressed…I can think of no better legacy to leave. And I am thrilled to celebrate you here tonight and honored to call myself your friend.”

Clearly moved and taken aback by her tribute, Chance then hopped on stage for an off-the-cuff acceptance speech.

“It feels a little early to get something like this,” he said. “But my God doesn’t make mistakes.”

He then fervently listed off issues affecting his community and the country, calling out the Chicago Public School system’s finances and the government’s harsh sentences for non-violent drug offenders.

“But we have to work on ourselves before we can work on the world,” Chance concluded. “Like like I said, being 24 and getting something like this, it doesn’t feel deserved yet. But like I said — my God is putting the pressure on me so I can become who I’m supposed to be. I’m a good man, and I’m gonna become a better man.”

The crowd, and basically the entire internet, was very here for it, giving him a roaring standing ovation.

Diddy Is Putting His Own Music On Hold

BEVERLY HILLS — Sean “Diddy” Combs is putting both his own music career and his long-awaited next album, No Way Out 2, on hold.

Instead, he wants to help develop other artists of color.

“I want to dive into producing and creating content and really just supporting content creators. I think that the impact I want to have is to be able to empower a lot of the storytellers of color, who are not getting that chance and that opportunity,” he told BuzzFeed News recently, slouched back on a lounge chair at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills. “When I’m starting to make decisions, [I’m like,] ‘Can I have an impact that’s bigger than myself?’ … Working behind the scenes, I think, will give people more opportunities and break down some doors.”

For nearly 30 years, Diddy has been trying to do just that as he’s worked alongside the old white men of the music business. “That’s all the music industry was when I was coming up,” he said with a laugh. “I mean, that’s what also gave me motivation ’cause I wanted to break down that door.”

In the early ’90s, Combs rose from an unpaid internship to a talent director position at Uptown Records, launched his own Bad Boys Records in 1993, and subsequently changed the course of hip-hop with Notorious B.I.G., Faith Evans, 112, and Mase, among others. “I owed it to myself to be free … it was time for interns to start coming up and running the culture,” said Combs, who dropped out of Howard University in 1990 after he got the full-time offer at Uptown. “It wasn’t easy, by far. I had to stay really focused and really work hard.”

His trajectory is the subject of Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story, Daniel Kaufman’s documentary that premieres on June 25 on Apple Music. The film also details the challenges Combs faced while preparing for his Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour in 2016, and features archival footage of his friendship with Christopher Wallace, better known as the Notorious B.I.G. “A lot of people don’t realize how young he was,” Combs said of Biggie, who was killed at 24 in 1997. “He was just a kid. We were just kids chasing our dreams.”

And the kids he sees doing the same today give him hope. Although Combs acknowledged the gatekeepers of the music industry haven’t changed in terms of demographics, “a lot of that is changing with kids having their own independent record labels,” he said. “A lot of that is getting diversified.”

Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story is a film Combs thinks will resonate with young aspiring artists today, the ones he wants to promote in lieu of working on his own music. “I think that this generation has the biggest opportunity to change and save the world,” he said. “The power has never been more in their hands. We’ve never been more unified culturally than we are now.”

Dr. Luke Drops Defamation Lawsuit Against Kesha's Mother After She Walks Back Rape Allegation

Dr. Luke has dropped his defamation lawsuit against Kesha’s mother, who on Friday said she didn’t have any firsthand knowledge to back up her allegations that the music producer raped her daughter.

Pebe Sebert made her admission in a joint statement with Dr. Luke — aka Lukasz Gottwald — saying she had no “firsthand knowledge of of the events occurring on the night of the alleged rape.”

“Pebe was not present that night,” according to the joint statement. “At that time, Pebe was in Nashville, and Kesha was in Los Angeles.”

In addition, the statement said “Dr. Luke vigorously disputes and denies that he ever raped Kesha Sebert, and he is asserting claims of defamation in a New York court against Kesha Sebert for making statements to the contrary.”

Dr. Luke filed his lawsuit against Sebert in 2014 in Tennessee, two weeks after he filed a similar lawsuit against Kesha in New York.

“Kesha’s mother, Pebe Sebert, is relieved that Dr. Luke has dismissed the two lawsuits he filed against her. As she said last year, this litigation has been a nightmare, and we are pleased it is now over,” her attorney, Alex Little, said in a statement. “Mrs. Sebert supports her daughter, believes her daughter, and is proud of her strength throughout this ordeal.”

In the complaint, Dr. Luke said he was suing Sebert because she participated in an orchestrated campaign to defame him. The campaign entailed “publishing false and shocking accusations” in an effort to extort him into letting Kesha out of her recording contract.

Dr. Luke said that among the defamatory accusations Sebert made were that he “date raped Kesha when she was 18,” and that he abused her “both physically and mentally.”

Two months later, Sebert fired back, filing a countersuit against Dr. Luke accusing him of intentionally tormenting her, and backing out of his promise to allow her to be Kesha’s songwriter.

Sebert also alleged Dr. Luke once restrained and detained her in a recording studio for three hours against her will. She dismissed those counterclaims last year.

Dr. Luke’s legal team said that with Sebert’s case dismissed, “the totality of the fight will now be moving to New York,” where the record producer’s ongoing lawsuit against Kesha for breach of contract continues.

Kesha’s request to be released from her record contract with Dr. Luke has already been denied by a New York judge.