What’s Your Favorite Song on Fleetwood Mac’s ‘Rumours’ Album? Vote!

Fleetwood Mac’s No. 1 1977 album Rumours returns to the Billboard 200 top 10 this week (at No. 7, chart dated Oct. 24) after Nathan Apodaca’s viral TikTok “Dreams” video got the wheels turning last month.

Aside from the No. 1 hit “Dreams,” Stevie Nicks had lead vocal credit on “Gold Dust Woman” and “The Chain.” “Don’t Stop,” “You Make Loving Fun” and “Go Your Own Way” also reached the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 42 years ago.

“The Chain” shot up Billboard’s Hot Rock & Alternative Songs to No. 11 last week (chart dated Oct. 17), while “Go Your Own Way” reached the list for the first time at No. 25. “The Chain” and “Go Your Own Way” also found their way onto the Rock Digital Song Sales chart, at No. 18 and No. 22, respectively.

So which Rumours track is still in heavy rotation for you? Vote below!

Carrie Underwood or Brad Paisley: Who Is the Top Country Video Artist of All Time?

Who’s the top country video artist of all time? As with most things in life, that depends on who you ask. If you go by the CMT Music Awards, it’s Carrie Underwood in a walk. The star has won video of the year at that show seven times — and is nominated again this year. This year’s installment, to be co-hosted by Kane Brown, Ashley McBryde and actress Sarah Hyland, airs Wednesday.

But if you go by Country Music Association Awards or the Academy of Country Music Awards, it’s Brad Paisley, Underwood’s one-time duet mate (on 2011’s “Remind Me”) and 11-time co-host on the CMA Awards.

Paisley has won the CMA Award for music video of the year four times and the ACM Award in that category five times. Paisley’s ACM win total includes the all-star “Forever Country”; the ACM generously gave awards to all 30 artists who participated in that video.

Let’s look closer at the music video category in all three of these shows.

CMT Music Awards (show originated in 2002)

Underwood won video of the year with “Before He Cheats” (2007), “Cowboy Casanova” (2010), “Good Girl” (2012), “Blown Away (2013), “See You Again” (2014), “Something in the Water” (2015) and “Cry Pretty” (2019). She could win her eighth award in the category with “Drinking Alone.”

Taylor Swift and Keith Urban are in second place at that show, with three wins each. Swift won for “Our Song” (2008), “Love Story” (2009) and “Mine” (2011). Urban won for “Days Go By” (2005), “Better Life” (2006) and “Blue Ain’t Your Color” (2017). Urban has a chance to win his fourth award this year for the nominated “Polaroid.”

Toby Keith won twice in the category.

CMA Awards (category added in 1985)

Paisley won music video of the year with “I’m Gonna Miss Her (The Fishin’ Song)” (2002), “Whiskey Lullaby (a collab with Alison Krauss, 2004), “Online” (2007) and “Waitin’ on a Woman” (featuring Andy Griffith, 2008).

Hank Williams, Jr. is in second place at that show, with three wins. He won for “All My Rowdy Friends Are Comin’ Over Tonight” (1985), “My Name Is Bocephus” (1987) and “There’s a Tear in My Beer” (a collab with his late father, country legend Hank Williams, 1989).

Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, Dixie Chicks, Keith and Swift are in third place, with two wins each.

Miranda Lambert and Chris Stapleton have a chance to win their second award in the category at this year’s awards, which will be held on Nov. 11. Lambert is nominated with “Bluebird”; Stapleton with “Second One to Know.”

ACM Awards (category added in 1984)

Paisley won video of the year with “Whiskey Lullaby” (2004), “When I Get Where I’m Going” (a collab with Dolly Parton, 2005), “Online” (2007), “Waitin’ on a Woman” (2008) and “Forever Country” (2016).

Faith Hill is in second place with four wins – “It’s Your Love” (a collab with Tim McGraw, 1997), “This Kiss “(1998), “Breathe” (1999) and “Forever Country” (2016).

Reba McEntire, Williams Jr., Brooks, McGraw and Lambert each won three. The totals for McEntire, McGraw and Lambert include “Forever Country.”

This California House Makes Halloween Lit With Light Show to Metallica’s ‘Enter Sandman’

Forget a jack-o-lantern. This Tracy, California neighborhood home takes Halloween decor to a whole new level.

The house, which goes by Magical Light Shows on Facebook and via its website, has been putting the holiday spirit back into an otherwise ghoulish year with wild light shows to monster-themed songs.

For Metallica’s “Enter Sandman,” the house blasts out multi-colored beams as a light-up pumpkin belts the lyrics. “I made this show as a free event for the community and as fundraiser for the McHenry House, a local family shelter here in Tracy, California. It’s only 2 hours a night on weekends to minimize traffic in the neighborhood,” the description reads.

For Eminem and Rihanna’s “The Monster,” a female and male pumpkin trade verses as the house lights up to the beat. According to Magical Light Show’s Facebook page, the house is decked out “with over 70,000 lights, 14,000 channels and special effects.”

See “The Monster” below, and check out Magical Light Show’s website here.

Pabllo Vittar Is Getting Spooky & Charitable for Upcoming Virtual Halloween Club Night

With social-distancing policies still in place around the world, celebrating Halloween will be much different this year. But Brazilian drag superstar Pabllo Vittar is hoping to keep the spirit of the season intact.

On Monday (Oct. 19), Vittar announced a brand-new live experience, 111 Halloween Club Night, to take place on Halloween (Saturday, Oct. 31). In partnership with online 3-D avatar site IMVU, the event will see Vittar hosting her own spooky festival with special guests, DJ sets and a lot of great music.

The event will feature six digital “stages,” each with their own set of performers, including Vittar, Christine and the Queens, Kim Petras, Purity Ring and many more. Starting at noon UTC, each set of performers will take to the stage throughout the day, with Brooklyn-based duo Spirit Twin serving as producers throughout the day.

Along with giving fans some much-needed live music, the event will also raise funds for a good cause: 111 Halloween Club Night will help raise money for the National Independent Venue Assosication and their ongoing Save Our Stages campaign to provide economic relief to indie venues impacted by the global pandemic.

“It’s an honor to help curate this event with IMVU and all of the incredible artists,” Vittar said in a statement. “Let’s all get dressed up online for Halloween this year and help save our stages for when the world re-opens.”

Check out more details for the event and RVSP to Pabllo Vittar’s 111 Halloween Club Night here.

Memphis Rapper Who Bragged About Getting Rich Through Unemployment Fraud Arrested

A Memphis rapper who bragged in his music videos about getting rich through unemployment fraud has been arrested on charges of fraudulently obtaining $1.2 million in COVID-19 unemployment benefits.

Nuke Bizzle (real name Fontrell Antonio Baines), 31, was charged Friday with allegedly obtaining and using debit cards that were pre-loaded with unemployment benefits administered by the California Employment Development Department (EDD). The debit cards he received were issued in the names of third-parties, according to a 32-page complaint filed against him by U.S. State Attorney Nicola T. Hanna of the Central District of California.

The investigation found that 92 debit cards pre-loaded with more than $1.2 million in fraudulently obtained benefits were mailed to addresses in Beverly Hills and Koreatown that Baines had access to, according to an affidavit submitted by the Department of Justice.

Baines was not shy about having an abundance of cash on hand. In a series of since-deleted posts, his Instagram account reportedly showed him holding stacks of $100 bills, wearing expensive gold watches and boasting of renting a $6,500/month Hollywood Hills home. He also posted a music video on YouTube for a track entitled “EDD” in which he brags about doing “my swagger for EDD” while holding up a stack of envelopes from the agency and getting rich by “go[ing] to the bank with a stack of these,” according to information provided by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ). When he was arrested on Sept. 23 in Las Vegas, Baines had eight debit cards in his possession, seven of which were in the names of other people, according to the DOJ affidavit filed in the case.

He is being charged with three felony offenses – access device fraud, aggravated identity theft, and interstate transportation of stolen property. If convicted of all charges, Baines would face a statutory maximum sentence of 22 years in federal prison. His arraignment is scheduled for Nov. 5.

24kGoldn Is in the Best ‘Mood’ After Scoring First Hot 100 No. 1 Hit: ‘Ain’t No Higher Than This’

24kGoldn couldn’t be in a better “Mood” after crossing off the top goal on his list: scoring a No. 1 song on the Billboard Hot 100.

“Mood” by 24kGoldn, featuring iann dior, hit No. 1 on the all-genre tally this week (dated Oct. 24). He first appeared on the Hot 100 last November when “Valentino” peaked at No. 92.

“Ain’t no higher than this thank you to everyone who ever listened, this is just the start,” he tweeted Monday (Oct. 19). Lil Nas X officially welcomed him to the No. 1 club by replying, “LETS F—IN GOOOOO.”

“Mood” also becomes the first song to simultaneously crown Billboard’s Hot Rock & Alternative SongsHot Alternative Songs and Hot Rap Songs charts this week.

24kGoldn (real name: Golden Landis Von Jones) also posted an Instagram TV clip and separate photo series (featuring his “Mood” tattoo) Monday morning that document what he calls “a great way to f—ing wake up.” “I’m only 19 years old, I’m not even 20 years old! And we’re on top of the world, No. 1 on the Billboard charts,” he exclaimed while rocking his retainers. “I did not think this sh– was going to happen this fast, if I’m being 100% honest with y’all. But I’m grateful as f—.” Later in the video, he woke up “Mood” producers Omer and KBeaZy and took a celebratory dip in the pool.

Our October Chartbreaker explained in a behind-the-scenes IGTV video how he was banking on “Mood” to climb even higher on the chart. “Just watching this whole song climb has been incredible, from 84 up to No. 6. And I know we’re gonna get that No. 1, too,” he said at the time. “The song’s come a long way, but this journey’s definitely not over until we hit the No. 1 and stay there.”

See 24kGoldn and Lil Nas X’s posts about the milestone below.