Maui's New Music News For Friday, Jan 24, 2020


Taylor Swift Insists Kanye West Sent Her A Strong, Scarring Message With 2009 VMAs Diss. In a recent interview with Variety, Taylor reminisces on the 2009 VMAs when Kanye sent her a strong message that haunted her for years. ‘You are not respected here. You shouldn’t be here on this stage,’” was the message Taylor received that night and she says she was faced with the decision to either, “curl up and decided I’m never going to one of those events ever again, or it could make me work harder than anyone expects me to, and try things no one expected, and crave that respect — and hopefully one day get it.” When asked if she still lets the 2009 incident occupy her mental space, “I don’t think too hard about this stuff now,” said Taylor. She also revealed the emotional moment she learned her mother Andrea Swift had been diagnosed with a brain tumor. Taylor Swift just released the official trailer for her upcoming Netflix documentary, Miss Americana, which drops next Friday (January 31).

Juice WRLD's Official Cause Of Death Revealed. Almost two months after Juice WRLD's tragic passing, his official cause of death has finally been revealed. The 21-year-old rapped passed away from an accidental overdose of oxycodone and codeine, according to a statement released by the Cook County Medical Examiner's office. Juice WRLD passed away on December 8, 2019 after suffering an apparent seizure at Chicago's Midway Airport. His big hit song was Lucid Dreams.

Ariana Grande Sued For Allegedly Ripping Off The Song "7 Rings". Here we go again…. We all know Ari’s song samples the classic “these are a few of my favorite things” from The Sound of Music. But who knew she ripped off other lyrics from another song. So says one guy. A man named Josh Stone claims that Ariana stole the song "7 Rings" from him, and has filed a lawsuit against the pop star and is asking for profits, TMZ reports. Stone contends that the hook to Grande's song is, "I want it, I got it, I want it, I got it," while the hook to his song is, "You need it, I got it. You want it, I got it," among other similarities. One of Grande's reps responded to the outlet, saying that Stone's claims are ridiculous.



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