Ed Sheeran And Charli XCX To Premiere New Videos At The YouTube Music Awards, Madonna Will Kick Off ‘Rebel Heart’ World Tour This Summer + More On First Dibs

Taylor Swift talks about not talking about Katy Perry, Kanye West’s producer says “All Day” was meant for French Montana, Rick Ross and Bill Murray hit the studio, and more on First Dibs.

  • The YouTube Music Awards, which will take place on March 23, will feature 15 new music videos from artists such as Charli XCX, Ed Sheeran, Migos, and Martin Garrix. [Rolling Stone]
  • Don’t be fooled by that cape incidentMadonna is in better shape than ever and will kick off her Rebel Heart world tour in August in Miami. [Billboard]
  • Kanye West’s producer Velous says that “All Day” was originally meant for French Montana, who co-produced the track. [XXL]
  • Tori Miller performs “Midnight” on Big Morning Buzz Live.
  • Rick Ross kicked it with Bill Murray in the studio this weekend. Collaboration, anyone? [Fader]
  • Taylor Swift refused to talk about Katy Perry in a recent interview with The Telegraph, but she did reveal why she’s not in a hurry to make another album and why she thinks she’ll be single in five years. [Billboard]
  • Chance the Rapper and Alec Baldwin had an impromptu rap session in Chicago yesterday. [Pitchfork]

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