Feb 26

Fifth Harmony Stops by The Ellen Show

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Fifth Harmony stopped by The Ellen Show earlier this week to perform their latest single ‘Sledgehammer.’ As always, the girls put on a tremendous performance.

“Thank you @TheEllenShow for being even more amazing this time!! We loved performing #Sledgehammer for you!” shared 5H on Twitter.

Ellen also shared her thoughts on their visit, “.@FifthHarmony’s here! If u could take my pulse right now it’d be just like a sledgehammer. I had a triple Macchiatto.”

Fifth Harmony’ Reflection tour kicks of tomorrow in San Francisco, California. Their first East Coast show is on March 7 at the Parker Playhouse in Tampa, Florida.

Feb 26

The Vamps Release New Music Video for ‘Can We Dance’ and Release More Tickets

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The Vamps just released a U.S. tour version of the music video for ‘Can We Dance.’ The original version of the vid arrived in 2013, but we are so happy that the guys wanted to do something special for their U.S. fans.

We’ve included the two videos below, so be sure to share with us which one you like more.

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Earlier today, the guys announced that they have released more tickets for their upcoming tour. That kicks of April 17 at The SSE Hyrdo in Glasgow. Coming on tour with them are Union J, Madison Beer and the recently signed to Universal, The Tide.

To make things even better, the guys will be having a “massive” soundcheck party each night of the tour. Tickets for that are available on TheVampsVip.com. Not only does it include getting in the venue early, but it comes with several bonuses such as bracelets from each of the bands, a lanyard, a tote bag, a photo experience, Q&A and more.

Feb 19

Jake Miller working on new music

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Although Jake Miller just released “Lion Heart” in November, we are craving new music from the up and coming artist. Lucky for us, Jake recently spilled on Twitter that not only does he have new music on the way, but a tour as well.

“New music + tour coming soon. Be patient. It’s coming I promise,” he said on Twitter.

He also shared that earlier this week he was writing music where hip-hop artist J.Cole once did.