Sam Smith tweets a teaser video for “Lay Me Down,” Katy Perry’s Super Bowl outfits cost way more than you thought, Run the Jewels advise kids to wait until they’re older to smoke weed, and more on Last Lap.
Bobbi Kristina Brown’s family tries to decide whether or not to take her off of life support, as doctor’s reveal there’s little more they’re able to do for her. [Bustle]
Miley Cyrus created the artwork supporting Cody Simpson’s latest track “Flower.” Appropriately enough, the art, featured in the embedded SoundCloud link, is of a flower. [Rolling Stone]
LAY ME DOWN…. TOMORROW https://t.co/qn8i9WbDVQ
— SAM SMITH (@samsmithworld) February 4, 2015
Sam Smith teases the video for “Lay Me Down,” out tomorrow.
Jeremy Scott spills the cost of the Super Bowl performance outfits he designed that helped Katy Perry set a record for most Halftime Show costume changes. Hint: it’s in the double-digit thousands. [Vibe]
Fifth Harmony wants Nicki Minaj to rap on one of their tracks.
Big Sean releases some of the footage from recording “Blessings” in the studio with Kanye West. [Revolt]
Converse Rubber Tracks has launched their Sample Library, a collection of high-quality audio samples from recording sessions at their studios. The collection is free for use.
a woman who would do something to a kid to spite that kids father is a foul creature. — Cameron (@wizkhalifa) February 4, 2015
Wiz Khalifa posted a series of tweets yesterday mostly about Sebastian, his son with Amber Rose. It seems like some of Wiz’s tweets mask larger issues he has with his ex-wife. [XXL]
Watch Run the Jewels engage a group of kids in political discussion about female presidents, positive images in rap songs, marijuana, and more. [Pitchfork]