Lana Del Rey Unveils ‘Let Me Love You Like a Woman’: Stream It Now

Lana Del Rey is finally giving the first taste of her upcoming album Chemtrails Over the Country Club.

The singer released the project’s first single, “Let Me Love You Like a Woman,” on Friday (Oct. 16). The drop comes just a day after Del Rey announced the song alongside a vintage-inspired black-and-white cover art.

Chemtrails over the Country Club was originally scheduled for a Sept. 5 release, but Del Rey told fans recently that, “because of the vinyl process being 11 weeks, it could be, like, January 7th.” The album is the followup to Norman F—ing Rockwell, her sixth studio album which peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200. Del Rey recently released her Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass poem collection via Simon & Schuster.

Listen to “Let Me Love You Like a Woman” below.

Justin Bieber & Benny Blanco Team Up for ‘Lonely’: Watch the Video

It’s “Lonely” at the top. That’s the message Justin Bieber is sharing in his poignant new collaboration with Benny Blanco, which dropped at midnight on Friday (Oct. 16).

The accompanying clip finds actor Jacob Tremblay as a My World-era Biebs, complete with the side-swept hair and iconic purple hoodie, giving a peek behind the curtain of overnight childhood fame.

“He was real nervous. He was like, ‘S—. Should I be putting this out into the world?’ Because he’s like, ‘People know me for this thing and it’s like I’ve never been this raw,'” Blanco said of JB’s song. “He’s raw on this song. This song brought us so much closer together. And it was just he’s really opening up on this and he’s super vulnerable.

“We were just talking about we all play this Superman every day,” he continued. “I’m sure you do for your family, for your friends, and everyone’s counting on you for so many things. You do a lot of stuff for a lot of people and sometimes you get f—ed up. I know for sure it doesn’t matter. You do. I do. We all do. And why do you have to be this superhero? Why can’t you be like one of your kids for a second and be like, ‘I don’t want to do. I just want to cry. I just want to be sad.’ There’s this weird stigma and this thing where men are supposed to be this. And it’s like, ‘No, I want to be vulnerable. I want to cry. I want to have a good cry.'”

Blanco previously worked with Bieber for 2015 hit “Love Yourself” off Bieber’s album Purpose. Both were Grammy-nominated. “Lonely” follows Bieber’s previously released single “Holy” featuring Chance the Rapper.

Watch the “Lonely” music video below.

Celebrities React to Donald Trump’s Town Hall

President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden appeared in dueling town halls on Thursday night (Oct. 15), airing simultaneously on NBC and ABC, respectively.

The town halls come in place of the second presidential debate, which was canceled after Donald Trump refused to participate virtually following his battle with COVID-19. “I’m not going to waste my time,” he told Fox News.

Trump’s event, held outdoors at the Pérez Art Museum in Miami and moderated by Today host Savannah Guthrie, had about 60 Florida voters in attendance to ask questions. The president shared his thoughts on topics such as a coronavirus vaccine, taxes, healthcare and more.

Celebrities have taken to Twitter in response to Trump’s town hall. See below.

Celebrities React to Joe Biden’s Philadelphia Town Hall

The general election is just three weeks away, and former Vice President Joe Biden faced voters directly in an ABC News Town Hall from the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia on Thursday night (Oct. 15).

The town hall comes in place of the second presidential debate, which was canceled after Donald Trump refused to participate remotely and virtually from separate locations. “I’m not going to waste my time,” he told Fox News.

Biden’s town hall was held in accordance with state and local government health and safety regulations. The Democratic nominee tackled questions from voters on topics such as Trump’s handling of the coronavirus, tax reform, climate change, police reform and more.

Celebrities have taken to Twitter to react to Biden’s thoughts. See below.

Diddy Officially Endorses Joe Biden, Launches His Own Political Party

Diddy is casting his vote for Joe Biden this November, and laying out a platform for his new political party.

While chatting with Charlamagne Tha God for Revolt TV on Thursday (Oct. 15), Diddy shared his thoughts on President Donald Trump. “White men like Trump need to be banished,” he explained. “That way of thinking is real dangerous. This man literally threatened the lives of us and our families about going to vote.”

He went on to specifically call out Trump’s controversial “stand back and stand by” comments to The Proud Boys during his first debate against Biden. “We’re in a war. We’re not taking this like it’s a war. We’re taking it like it’s a presidential election. We’re in a war of love versus hate. The number one priority is to get Trump out of office. The tribe of people that have the responsibility and really should be scared to death of this man is white people.”

As for his Our Black Party, Diddy hopes to focus on an agenda that’s specifically tailored toward the needs of the African-American community.

“From a national, state, and local perspective, there’s currently a lot of energy in terms of people wanting to do something and Our Black Party is one vehicle that can be used to corral collective energy to cultivate change. We don’t just want symbolic change, we want substantive change,” Dr. Wes Bellamy​, the Our Black Party co-chair previously told Revolt.

Watch Diddy’s full interview with Charlamagne below.

Here Are the Lyrics to Why Don’t We’s ‘Fallin”

Why Don’t We might be “Fallin'” in love in their latest hit, but they’re flying high on the Billboard Hot 100. The boy band celebrated their career-first entry this week (dated Oct. 17) when the song debuted at No. 37.

“This means so much more to us because it’s our first self written and produced release,” the group, consisting of Zach Herron, Jack Avery, Daniel Seavey, Corbyn Besson and Jonah Marais, wrote while sharing a Billboard Charts tweet on Monday.

The song also samples drums from Kanye West’s “Black Skinhead” track from his 2013 album Yeezus. In a YouTube livestream last month, they revealed how “he cleared the sample, which was really really cool. Him and Daft Punk, and then some of the other writers on the song.”

Check out the gravity-defying lyrics and music video below.

Caught in the moment, not even thinkin’ twice
Everything’s frozen, nothing but you and I
Can’t stop my heart from beating
Why do I love this feeling?
Make me a promise, tell me you’ll stay with me
If I’m bein’ honest, I don’t know where this leads
But that’s the only question
Baby, don’t keep me guessin’

Ooh, you are my muse
I feel so reckless
Oh, you’re makin’ me, makin’ me, makin’ me give in

Oh baby, I can feel the rush of adrenaline
I’m not scared to jump if you want to
Let’s just fall in love for the hell of it
Maybe we’ll just keep fallin’
I can feel the rush of adrenaline
I’m not scared to jump ’cause I want you
Let’s just fall in love for the hell of it
Maybe we’ll just keep fallin’

When I’m around ya, I feel it in my veins
Something about ya that’s makin’ me go insane
We have a storm to weather
My little sweet surrender

Ooh, you are my muse
I feel so reckless
Oh, you’re makin’ me, makin’ me, makin’ me give in

Oh baby, I can feel the rush of adrenaline
I’m not scared to jump if you want to
Let’s just fall in love for the hell of it
Maybe we’ll just keep fallin’
I can feel the rush of adrenaline
I’m not scared to jump ’cause I want you
Let’s just fall in love for the hell of it
Maybe we’ll just keep fallin’

(Fallin’, fallin’, fallin’)
Fallin’ (fallin’, fallin’, fallin’, fallin’)
Fallin’ (fallin’, fallin’, fallin’, fallin’)
Fallin’
(Maybe we’ll just keep fallin’)

Ooh, you are my muse
I feel so reckless
Oh, you’re makin’ me, makin’ me, makin’ me, makin’ me
Makin’ me, makin’ me, makin’ me give in

Oh baby, I can feel the rush of adrenaline
I’m not scared to jump if you want to
Let’s just fall in love for the hell of it
Maybe, just keep fallin’
I can feel the rush of adrenaline
I’m not scared to jump ’cause I want you
Let’s just fall in love for the hell of it
Maybe we’ll just keep fallin’

(Fallin’, fallin’, fallin’
Yeah (fallin’, fallin’, fallin’, fallin’)
We’ll just keep fallin’ (fallin’, fallin’, fallin’, fallin’)
Ooh (fallin’, fallin’)
Maybe, just keep fallin’

Lyrics licensed & provided by LyricFind

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

Written by: Charles A. Hinshaw, Corbyn Besson, Cydel Charles Young, Daniel Seavey, Derrick Watkins, Elon Rutberg, Guy Manuel Homem Christo, Jack C. Avery, Kanye Omari West, Malik Yusef El Shabbaz Jones, Michael G. Dean, Noah D. Goldstein, Sakiya Sandifer, Thomas Bangalter, Wasalu Jaco

Yungblud Plays Cupid in Sweet & Sexually Liberating ‘Cotton Candy’ Music Video

If Cupid looked like a rock star, his name would be Yungblud.

The English singer-songwriter sets love in motion all around him in his candy-colored music video for “Cotton Candy,” which is featured on his upcoming sophomore album Weird!, due Nov. 13. And love knows no boundaries in the sexy sleepover, where Yungblud changes out of his red PJs and slips into a white schoolgirl uniform with matching wings. Between casual kisses and pieces of cake, he’s just craving to “get stuck between your teeth like cotton candy.”

“‘Cotton Candy’ is about sexual liberation. To me sex and sexuality is about freedom and the idea that you can lose yourself in other people of all genders, of all shapes and sizes to find yourself and figure out who you truly are,” he said in a statement around the song’s release last week. “Sexual interaction should not be shamed, it should be celebrated because to have safe sex is to spread love and the world needs love more than ever right now.”

Watch the “cotton candy” music video below.