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SEVENTEEN have released a “highlight medley” for their upcoming mini-album, ‘Attacca’.
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The video sees members of the group take the mic to perform short snippets of all seven songs from the forthcoming project, including the digital-only track ‘2 Minus 1’ by members Vernon and Joshua.
Each song gets its own mini-music video to accompany the previews, with the viewers taken through chemistry labs, neon warehouses and lush gardens as part of the group’s performance.
Dr Luke is claiming that Kesha’s sexual assault allegations against him cost him $46million (£33.5m) in lost business opportunities.
The filing marks the latest development in their ongoing legal feud, which began when Kesha initially sued the producer, real name Lukasz Gottwald, in 2014 and claimed he had sexually assaulted and emotionally abused her.
According to court documents via The Hollywood Repoter, a damages model drawn up by the producer’s financial expert, Arthur Erk, alleges there were lost business opportunities, with particular emphasis on how the original rape accusation in 2014 allegedly cost Dr Luke income from producing Katy Perry’s most recent albums.
Erk notes that Dr. Luke earned $26.7million (£19.5million) from working on Perry’s first three albums and says it is reasonable that he would have earned $11.65million (£8.5million) more on her next three.
His overall calculation is $46,253,672 (£33,70,363) in damages, including a projection of lost revenue through to 2024.
Screen Media Films have shared the first full trailer for Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road, a new documentary that explores the sprawling career of the famed Beach Boys frontman and surf-rock pioneer.
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In addition to archival footage from the singer, bassist and keyboardist’s time with the Beach Boys, the film will feature one-on-one chats between Wilson and Rolling Stone editor Jason Fine, as well as appearances from the likes of Elton John, Bruce Springsteen, Linda Perry, Nick Jonas, Taylor Hawkins and Don Was, plus fellow Beach Boys member Al Jardine.
It was directed by Brent Wilson (who is unrelated to Brian), and will land on November 19 with a simultaneous release in cinemas and on-demand.Show More