Lewis Capaldi Not Releasing Any New Music In 2020 Because Everyone Has 'Suffered Enough'
Lewis Capaldi says “people have suffered enough” and he won’t be releasing new music this year.
Capaldi says he’s been very productive during the lockdown and has written 50 songs saying, "Three or four of them are good, which is a good ratio I think.”
Although Capaldi thought he would be “sitting in his pants all day,” doing nothing during lockdown he plans on getting busy in 2021 with the release of a new album.
But don’t look for any collaborations from Lewis he says, “I am a selfish man and I do not want to split the cash with anyone!" After such a crazy year, we completely understand Lewis.
Alicia Keys Teases Khalid Collaboration
Alicia Keys came to Twitter to announce her collaboration with Khalid.
Alicia shared a voice note with fans of a new song with the caption, “I think it’s time @thegreatkhalid."
Khalid has been enjoying the success of his collaboration with Normani on “Love Lies,” and Alicia’s songs, “Underdog” and “Show Me Love” have both been certified gold by the RIAA.
Alicia nor Khalid have given fans a date of when they can expect the new collaboration.
First 'Socially Distanced' Concert Venue Opens In UK
Live music is back in the UK, thanks to the nation's first socially-distanced concert venue.
The revamped Virgin Money Unity Arena officially opened up this week, filling up Newcastle's GosforthPark with 500 raised platforms placed six feet apart, allowing for up to 2,500 fans.
The site held its first concert this week, with indie rocker Sam Fender. More shows are already booked through September, including Van Morrison on Sept. 3rd.
Steve-O Duct-Tapes Himself To L.A. Billboard
Former Jackass star Steve-O is currently duct-taped to a Los Angeles billboard - and he's posting about it.
Steve-O shared a billboard selfie to Instagram, insisting that "there is zero chance of me falling" and that the whole thing was rigged by professionals.
So why is Steve-O up there? Apparently it's to promote his new comedy special Gnarly, which includes fellow Jackass alums like Johnny Knoxville, Chris Pontius, and WeeMan.
Gnarly is currently streaming at his website steveotv.com.