Hayley Williams knows how to make your home smell like her “sanctuary” with a blend of black peppercorn, lemon zest and birch wafting from her new candle.
The former Paramore lead singer is releasing her Sanctuary candle with the luxury home fragrance brand Apothekeco, which contains undertones of guiacwood, crushed basil and dark patchouli. In an Instagram post that shows the candle’s sleek and sacred mold, Williams said it is “quite literally what my home smells like,” which is delicately described in songs from her album Petals for Armor. Her solo set went to No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Rock Albums chart earlier this year.
“For me, home is sacred ground to learn my lesson, sip my tea, sing songs… I decide what is and isn’t worth letting in. This is a whole new way of sanctuary for me,” Williams wrote for the product description on Apothekeco’s website. “It’s an unusual offering but I’m certain it will keep you good company. Let it remind you that anywhere you are is a sacred place.”
The 8-ounce, hand-poured Sanctuary candle is currently available for pre-order here for $28 before it starts shipping out Dec. 10, just in time for the holidays.
Check out Williams’ official unboxing video here.
Kelly Clarkson performs a swoon-worthy cover of Billy Currington’s “Let Me Down Easy” for Monday’s (Nov. 23) “Kellyoke” segment.
There’s a little moody pink and purple stage light dancing behind Clarkson during the intimate performance of the country singer-songwriter’s No. 1 single on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart from nearly a decade ago.
“If I fall, can ya let me down easy?/ If I leave my heart with you tonight/ Will you promise me that you’re going to treat it right?/ I’m barely hanging on/ If I fall, can you let me down easy?” she sings.
In 2017, Currington replied to a fan’s Twitter random music request for a duet between him and Clarkson, writing, “me too.” Although her cover’s not an actual duet, Clarkson’s clearly a fan of his music.
She’s previously covered country classics such as Faith Hill’s “It Matters to Me,” Pam Tillis’ “Maybe It Was Memphis,” Wynonna’s “No One Else on Earth,” and Jo Dee Messina’s “Heads Carolina, Tails California” on The Kelly Clarkson Show.
Watch her Kellyoke cover of “Let Me Down Easy” below.
21 Savage’s brother Terrell Davis has died at the age of 27.
The rapper took to Instagram on Monday (Nov. 23) to mourn the loss of his family member. “can’t believe somebody took you baby bro I know I took my anger out on you I wish I could take that s— back,” he wrote alongside a photo of the two as young children. See the post here.
While no information has been officially revealed about his death, Pop Culture reported that Davis, known as TM1way, was stabbed during an argument in London.
Davis was a rapper like his brother, and released a single called “Monster” in February 2019.
TM1way and Savage share a father, Kevin Emmons.
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