DaBaby Spends Priceless Time With His Daughter in ‘More Money More Problems’ Music Video

DaBaby shows he’s the ultimate family man in the new music video for “More Money More Problems.”

“More Money More Problems,” which interpolates The Notorious B.I.G.‘s 1997 hit “Mo Money Mo Problems,” is the closing track from DaBaby’s seven-song EP My Brother’s Keeper (Long Live G), which he released on Friday. The set honors his late older brother Glenn Johnson, who died earlier this month after sustaining a gunshot wound, police confirmed to Billboard at the time. “In loving memory of Glenn Allen Johnson,” reads the YouTube video description.

In the Gemini Vision-directed video, fans continue seeing a softer side to the North Carolina rapper, who plays with his daughter at home and reflects how the trappings of wealth and fame don’t dissolve real-life issues. “Yeah, man, and you know, this sh– come with a lot/ I’m acceptin’ it all with open arms/ See, me, when I prayed for this sh–/ You know, I told God I was willin’ to accept whatever came with it,” he speaks in the outro.

DaBaby’s daughter also made a cute cameo in his and Roddy Ricch’s “Rockstar” video, where she runs across a grass field into her father’s arms.

Watch the “More Money More Problems” music video below.

Taylor Swift Toasts to Her Collaborators After 6 Grammy Nominations

While Taylor Swift recently shared that there’s “not a lot going on at the moment,” that Red-era sentiment didn’t hold true on Tuesday (Nov. 24) when the star was nominated for six Grammy Awards.

The star seemed to be celebrating the accomplishment with her folklore collaborators Jack Antonoff, Jonathan Low and Aaron Dessner. She took to Twitter to share a photo of their Zoom chat, with a glass of red wine by her side.

“ask us how our days been,” she said in the caption. Our guess is her day’s been going pretty well!

Swift’s Folklore is up for album of the year and best pop vocal album. “Cardigan” will compete for song of the year and best pop solo performance. With “Exile,” she’s nominated alongside Bon Iver for best pop duo/group performance. Her sixth nomination is best song written for visual media for “Beautiful Ghosts,” from Cats. Her total number of nominations is now 41.

Antonoff also earned a producer of the year nomination.


The Weeknd Calls Out Recording Academy After Nominations Snub: ‘The Grammys Remain Corrupt’

The nominations for the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards were announced on afternoon (Nov. 24), with expected favorites like Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, Dua Lipa, Post Malone snagging nominations in the Big Four categories.

One massive surprise on the nominations list was The Weeknd, who didn’t receive any nods in the Big Four or genre categories despite the commercial and industry acclaim of his recent album, After Hours and its singles “Blinding Lights” and “Heartless,” among others. The Canadian star also won big at both the VMAs and the AMAs this year.

The star took to social media a few hours after the list was revealed to slam the Recording Academy for the snub. “The Grammys remain corrupt. You owe me, my fans and the industry transparency…” he tweeted.

While the Recording Academy has yet to reveal their reasoning behind The Weeknd’s lack of Grammy recognition, the discussion will surely continue in the next few months leading up to the 2021 ceremony.

The week after the 2021 Grammy Awards, the star will headline the 2021 Pepsi Super Bowl LV Halftime Show on Feb. 7 in Tampa Bay, Florida.

Haim Are Marveling Over Album of the Year Grammy Nod: ‘We’re Three Jews From the Valley’

On Monday, Grammy nominations eve, the Haim sisters had an average night filled with some reality TV and lots of “tomorrow is just another day” thoughts. “I’m not f—ing with you,” says Alana, “we did not expect even one nomination let alone two, let alone one in the top four categories.”

By Tuesday (Nov. 24), as the nominations were announced — revealing that Haim’s stellar third album, Women In Music Pt. III, was up for album of the year, while single “The Steps” earned a best rock performance nod — Alana, Danielle and Este eagerly FaceTimed one another to absorb the news.

“The thing that’s really blowing our minds the most is that we’re three Jews from the valley,” says Alana, who admittedly has been slowly nursing a bottle of tequila all day. “I keep refreshing the page being like, ‘Is this really our record?’”

Danielle, who co-produced the project alongside Ariel Rechtshaid and Rostam Batmanglij, adds that she and her sisters “really put every last ounce of what we had within ourselves into this album — it was a labor of love.” Alana agrees it’s by far the most personal album Haim has ever made “because we had so much to talk about” — from post-tour depression to grief to health battles. “Obviously it’s great to be nominated for a Grammy, but really, this record was just us having therapy with ourselves.”

“Lots and lots of therapy,” adds Este.

Following the 2013 release of its debut album, Days Are Gone, Haim scored their first Grammy nomination — for best new artist — at the 57th annual ceremony among a class that included Iggy Azalea, Bastille, Brandy Clark and winner Sam Smith. The rockers’ second album, Something to Tell You, arrived in 2017, and like its first, hit the Billboard 200’s top 10. Since, they’ve performed on Saturday Night Live and most major music festivals, from Coachella to Lollapalooza.

“Even though it’s such a bummer that we can’t tour [this album], because that’s our favorite part of what being a band is, playing live, it’s been amazing to see that it’s helped our fans throughout the quarantine,” says Danielle. That being said, the sisters make it clear they definitely want to perform at the upcoming Grammys. And while Alana is ready for a pyro, lasers and fog-filled set — “we’re going to bring the rock,” she says — Danielle suggests something more raw: just them and their instruments.

“At the end of the day, we’re a rock band, we’re women, and we’ve had to go through a lot of stuff being women in this industry, and it feels good to be a rock band in the [album of the year] category,” says Alana. “Everyone that’s nominated in the rock performance category, they’re all women — and it’s about f—ing time.”

“We’ve said it before — women make the best rock music — and we’ll say it again,” adds Danielle. “And finally, it looks like people are listening.”

Miley Cyrus Recalls Napping on ‘Katy Perry’s Hamburger’ With Dua Lipa at the 2019 Met Gala

Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa rocked out and looked like they had an absolute blast for their recently released collaboration “Prisoner.” The duo’s chemistry flowed so naturally in the music video, it might come as a surprise that they only met last year.

While chatting with Ryan Seacrest on KIISFM on Tuesday morning (Nov. 24), the pop stars recalled meeting at the 2019 Met Gala. “We took a nap on Katy Perry’s hamburger,” Miley recalled. “She was dressed as this big hamburger and everybody was partying and having a good time and me and Dua went and rested our heads on Katy Perry’s hamburger.”

On their fun new song, Cyrus, who just turned 28 on Nov. 22, called the collaboration and its positive feedback the “greatest birthday gift ever.” The song will be featured on her highly-anticipated album Plastic Hearts, out Nov. 27.

Watch the full Dua/Miley interview below.


John Legend & Chrissy Teigen Team Up With McDonald’s to Give Back This Holiday Season

McDonald’s has had a number of all-star partnerships this year, including successful collaborations with Travis Scott and J Balvin. The popular fast food company announced on Tuesday (Nov. 24) that their next team-up is with John Legend and Chrissy Teigen — this time for charity.

The new #HereForRMHC social media challenge hopes to rally support and awareness for Ronald McDonald House Charities, which helps families with sick and injured children. Starting now through Dec. 31, when users post a photo rocking the “RMHC heart” Instagram, Twitter, TikTok or Facebook using the hashtag #HereForRMHC, McDonald’s will give RMHC $100 in your name as part of the company’s $100 million commitment.

How do you make the RMHC heart? Start by forming a diamond with your hands, then point your pinky up and push your index fingers down. Teigen and Legend, who will use their platform to raise awareness of the challenge, showed fans how it’s done here.

“It is such an incredible initiative (100 million!) and we are proud to be even a small part of it,” the model tweeted. “The hashtag works both here and Instagram!”

The couple stopped by Good Morning America to discuss the initiative, and opened up about the devastating miscarriage they suffered in September.

“I definitely give myself permission to feel complete and utter grief,” Teigen said. “Every day is so different. So when people ask me how I’m doing I always say I’m okay — today.”

“I didn’t know that we could experience this grief and also share it, but when we did it really meant so much to so many people,” Legend added. “And it was such a powerful experience for me to learn that. I’m just grateful that my wife was courageous enough to do it.”

Teigen went on to note that she’s received  “thousands of letters” from supporters. “The world is inherently good. I believe people are inherently good, and it’s shown itself,” she said. “As hard as it was, it is beautiful to see this side of it.”

See the interview here.

Dua Lipa Breaks Down in Tears Over 6 Grammy Noms: ‘Are You F—ing Joking Me?’

Dua Lipa is “Levitating” after receiving six Grammy nominations on Tuesday morning (Nov. 24).

The star took to social media to share her pure, heartwarming reaction to the honor. “This doesn’t feel real!!!!! 6 GRAMMY NOMS!!! WHAT IS THIS LIFE!!!!” she wrote on Twitter. “I CAN’T BELIEVE IT!!! 6!!!!! MY HEART IS RACING AND IM IN TOTAL SHOCK! IM BEAMING AND FIZZING!!!!!! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR ALL THE LOVE AND THE SUPPORT! THANK YOU @RECORDINGACAD !!!!!!!!!”

The pop star followed the post up with a video in which the star is sobbing on the phone, asking through tears and sniffles, “Are you f—ing joking me? Oh my God, you’re joking!”

She soon turns to her team and announces, “Oh my God, six nominations” — which was met by a round of screams and cheers. “I HAVE TO LIE DOWN FOR A SEC 2 TAKE THIS ALL IN!!!! FUTURE NOSTALGIA 4 EVER,” she captioned the sweet clip.

Lipa’s Future Nostalgia is up for album of the year and best pop vocal album. “Don’t Start Now” appears in the record of the year, song of the year and best pop solo performance categories. She’s also up for best pop duo/group performance with J Balvin, Bad Bunny and Tainy for “Un Dia (One Day).”

In 2019, the star won best new artist and best dance recording for her Diplo and Mark Ronson collaboration, “Electricity.”