JUSTIN BIEBER RELEASES COUNTRY REMIX OF ‘YUMMY’ WITH FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE: Justin Bieber has released a special country remix of his hit single “Yummy” featuring Florida Georgia Line. “Bona fide stallion / Ain’t in no stable, no, you stay on the run / Ain’t on the side, you’re number one / Yeah, every time I come around, you get it done,” Justin sings. Florida Georgia Line come in for the second half of the song, however – introduced by a signature Tyler Hubbard “Yeah, baby” – with a brand-new verse. “Let me take it to the country / We can call it home cookin’ / I’m your chicken, you’re my dumplin’,” goes their verse. “We say grace, I say thanks / For my baby and this drink / Let me slide on over, girl, and get a taste.” Hubbard, Brian Kelley and Bieber then combine for a final verse of “Yummy.”
THE WEEKND RELEASES 6-MINUTE TITLE TRACK OF NEW ALBUM ‘AFTER HOURS’: The Weeknd has released the title track of his new studio album, After Hours. It marks the third song from the album so far, co-written with collaborator Noah Sammak, following the release of “Heartless” and “Blinding Lights.” It’s also a longer track, clocking in at just over 6 minutes. The Weekend also announced that the official drop date for his album is March 20th. After Hours will mark his first album since 2016’s Starboy, and first project since 2018’s The Weeknd in Japan compilation.
SELENA QUINTANILLA TO BE HONORED AT TRIBUTE CONCERT: Late Tejano singer Selena Quintanilla’s family and entertainment company Q Productions have shared plans for Selena XXV – Veinticinco Años, an event celebrating Quintanilla’s life and legacy 25 years after her death. The tribute concert will take place May 9th at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. Tickets are on sale now. Pitbull, Becky G, Ally Brooke, Los Tucanes de Tijuana, A.B. Quintanilla III Y Los Kumbia Allstarz, Elida Y Avante, Ruben Ramos, Pete Astudillo, Ricardo Castillon, Gilbert Velasquez, Isabel Marie & the Vibe, and The Lab will perform at the event. Quintanilla, known as the Queen of Tejano music, was 23 when she was shot and killed by her former fan club president Yolanda Saldivar. Quintanilla’s life will also be explored in the new Netflix series Selena: The Series. The show stars Christian Serratos as Quintanilla, and also features Richardo Chavira, Seidy Lopez, Gabriel Chavarria and Noemi Gonzalez.