Earlier this month, Tori Kelly released a gospel album entitled “Hiding Place.”
To support the recent release, the Grammy-nominated artist appears on Monday’s “Late Late Show With James Corden.”
Kelly takes the stage late in the broadcast — and she does not so alone. She performs alongside Kirk Franklin, with whom she wrote several “Hiding Place” tracks (and shares vocal duties on “Never Alone”).
Taped earlier Monday, the episode also features appearances by Tiffany Haddish, Jay Hernandez and Fik-Shun.
It began airing at 12:35AM on the east coast — and will air at that time on the west coast. Videos will be posted upon availability.
Panic! At The Disco’s multi-format single “High Hopes” continues to win support at hot adult contemporary radio.
Picked up by another 21 Mediabase-monitored Hot AC stations, it ranks as this week’s most added song.
Each added by 15 stations, Ariana Grande’s “breathin” and Dean Lewis’ “Be Alright” tie for second.
Lukas Graham’s “Love Someone” and Marshmello & Bastille’s “Happier” tie for fourth; each song won support from 14 stations.
This week’s other notable Hot AC options: Post Malone’s “Better Now” (7 adds, 6th-most), Mike Posner’s “Song About You” (6 adds, 7th-most), AJR’s “Burn The House Down” (5 adds, 8th-most, tie), Avril Lavigne’s “Head Above Water” (5 adds, 8th-most, tie), and Anne-Marie’s “2002” (5 adds, 8th-most, tie).
Update: “Maniac” star Emma Stone appeared on Monday’s “Late Show With Stephen Colbert.”
Stone joined host Stephen Colbert for an interview and dog rescue segment.
The episode also featured an appearance by Flight of the Conchords. The musical-comedy duo joined host Stephen Colbert for an interview. The act also took the stage for a musical performance.
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To celebrate the premiere of her new Netflix series “Maniac,” actress Emma Stone pays a visit to America’s most-watched talk show.
Stone is the lead interview guest on Monday’s “Late Show With Stephen Colbert.”
The broadcast also features an appearance by musical comedy duo Flight of the Conchords. Conchords members Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement join Colbert for a chat. Later, they take the stage for a performance.
Powered by strong early sales and streaming activity, Lil Peep & XXXTentacion’s “Falling Down” debuts in the top half of this week’s Billboard Hot 100.
The collaboration between the late artists starts at #47 on this week’s listing.
In addition to sales and streaming, the Hot 100 accounts for radio activity. Airplay was not, however, a big factor in the case of this particular song.
Sales and streaming very much were. “Falling Down” takes #24 on Digital Song Sales and #28 on Streaming Songs.
“Falling Down” is one of several new Top 50 entries on this week’s overall Hot 100 chart. Eminem’s “Killshot” (#3), Lil Baby & Gunna’s “Drip Too Hard” (#28), Gucci Mane, Bruno Mars & Kodak Black’s “Wake Up In The Sky” (#30), Lil Uzi Vert’s “New Patek” (#38), and Khalid’s “Better” (#45) also earn Top 50 positions.
Singer-actress Sabrina Carpenter made her inaugural “Late Late Show With James Corden” performance in April 2017.
She will soon return to the popular late-night program.
CBS says Carpenter will perform on the October 1 edition of the talk show.
The episode will also welcome Lil Rel Howery as a discussion guest. Additional discussion guests may be confirmed at a later date.
Other upcoming “Late Late Show With James Corden” performers include Tori Kelly (September 24), Ben Howard (September 25), Josh Groban (September 26), Phosphorescent (October 2), and Boy George (October 4).
Powered by impressive sales and streaming numbers, Eminem’s “Killshot” debuts near the top of this week’s Billboard Hot 100 chart.
The Machine Gun Kelly diss starts at #3 on the listing, which ranks songs from all genres based on sales, streams and radio airplay.
“Killshot” concurrently debuts at #1 on Digital Song Sales. It starts at #2 on Streaming Songs.
“Killshot” is Eminem’s twentieth career Hot 100 entry. It, notably, debuts higher than any of the tracks from his recently released “Kamikaze” album. It also charts higher than Machine Gun Kelly’s #13-peaking Eminem diss “Rap Devil.”
After spending several weeks in the #2 position (and the duration of its run near the top of the chart), Maroon 5’s “Girls Like You (featuring Cardi B)” improves to #1 on this week’s Billboard Hot 100.
“Girls Like You” seizes the throne from Drake’s “In My Feelings,” which spent ten weeks in the pinnacle position.
The Hot 100 ranks songs based on sales, streams and radio airplay. “Girls Like You” is a behemoth in all regards. It is a major force at radio, a consistently strong seller, and a popular streaming attraction in large part due to its well-received music video.
“Girls Like You” becomes Maroon 5’s fourth #1 on the Hot 100. It is the third chart-topper for Cardi B.