Aug 17

Watch now: Logic tackles immigration and white supremacy in new video for “One Day” featuring Ryan Tedder

Def Jam RecordingsLogic has released a poignant and timely new video for his song with Ryan Tedder, “One Day.”

The video tackles issues of immigration, family separation and white supremacy. It begins with a Mexican family being detained the border, and the children separated from the parents.

One of the children goes on to live with an American foster family. We see him through the years, as he works hard to excel in school and eventually becomes a doctor.

As the immigrant child's journey plays out, we also see the child of a white supremacist family whose life takes a darker path. In the end, when the white supremacist’s violent ways result in him being injured, he finds himself an the operating table, his life in the hands of the Mexican doctor.

The clip features appearances by Michael Peña, Judy Reyes and Luis Guzman.

On Monday, Logic and Ryan Tedder will perform “One Day” on the MTV Video Music Awards.

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   Aug 17

All about that…location: Meghan Trainor’s childhood home in Nantucket up for sale

Epic RecordsIf you're looking for a new house in a vacation destination, Meghan Trainor's childhood home could be right for you.

Page Six reports that Meghan's parents are selling their house on Nantucket, Mass., an island 30 miles south of Cape Cod.  According to the website, Meghan's parents are selling the place so they can move to Los Angeles to be closer to their Grammy-winning daughter and two sons. 

The four-bedroom, five and a half bathroom home has a price tag of $1.68 million. It features a vaulted ceiling, a dining room with French doors, a deck, a master bathroom with a walk-in closet and a Jacuzzi tub in the attached bathroom, an eat-in kitchen, an outdoor shower and a finished basement with a billiards room and a separate playroom.

Meghan's new album Treat Myself will be out later this year.

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   Aug 17

Listen now: “Cheerleader” singer OMI returns with a new song, “Masterpiece”

Daniel MessemerOMI, the Jamaican artist who had the Song of the Summer back in 2015 with “Cheerleader,” is back with new music.

The singer has released another collaboration with Felix Jaehn, the same German producer who remixed “Cheerleader” into a number one hit. It's a new, upbeat track called “Masterpiece,” about encouraging women to love themselves for who they are.

“’Cause every time I look at you I’m looking at a masterpiece/ If you’re trying to be perfect, you don’t have to be,” OMI sings.

Despite the success of “Cheerleader,” OMI and DJ Felix only met for the first time while recording “Masterpiece.”

"There were just really good vibes. There was no ego,” OMI tells Billboard of their studio session. “We were bouncing ideas off of each other. Making this [record]. everybody was giving their best to make it all that it could be. That is just an awesome feeling.”

OMI’s follow-up album to  his album Me 4 U is on the way, though he has yet to reveal its release date or title. But he says that fans will really see his “growth and development” on the project.

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