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Pink Set To Receive The Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award At 2017 VMAs

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August is shaping up to be quite a month for Pink, who recently announced her seventh album Beautiful Trauma and released its first single, “What About Us.” Today (Aug. 15), MTV is announcing that Pink will receive the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the 2017 Video Music Awards.

That’s not all. In addition to notching the award show’s highest honor, the 37-year-old “Raise Your Glass” singer will perform live at the Aug 27 event. And ahead of the show, MTV will premiere the music video for Pink’s “What About Us” on Wednesday (Aug 16) at 6 p.m. EST.

For Pink, the award marks the latest in a long history of accomplishments. Over her 17-year career, the pop star has snagged three Grammys, two Billboard Music Awards and six MTV Video Music Awards, and was named Billboard‘s Woman of the Year in 2013. Beautiful Trauma, out Oct. 13, marks Pink’s first album since 2012’s The Truth About Love.

The first Vanguard awards were presented at the inaugural VMAs in 1984 to David Bowie and The Beatles. Since being renamed to honor Michael Jackson in 1991, the prestigious honor has been awarded to the likes of Madonna, Beyoncé, Guns N’ Roses and last year, Rihanna.

The 2017 MTV Video Music Awards will air live from The Forum in Inglewood, Calif. on Sunday, Aug 27 at 8 p.m. EST.

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This article originally appeared on Billboard.

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New Pop Sensation Phil Crown Shares Action-Packed Love Story In New Video, “Pick Up The Phone”

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With his new single making a lot of noise right now while breaking into the pop charts. Newfound Bay Area heartthrob Phil Crown hops a flight to Japan to save the love he loves in the full-length visual titled, “Pick Up The Phone”.

In the Damien Sandoval-directed six-minute full-length feature, Phil Crown stars as the drug dealer in love with his suppliers. Love affair exposed, things get deadly dangerous for the singer and his love interest. Ready to fight for his love, great vocals isn’t the only thing the Oakland-native can do in this action-packed video. Filmed in Japan, the video includes Tokyo Drift-inspired car chase, Yakuza fight scenes, and more. A great promotional material in the campaign of his forthcoming release EP, Desert Son. “Pick Up the Phone” was produced Hiroki Sekiguchi & Taka Arakawa.

The video was made in Loving Memory of Barron Machat.

Watch the Director’s Cut Now.

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Hear Phil Crown Debut Single, “Pick Up The Phone”, It’s Hot!

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Pop artist on the rise Phil Crown isn’t necessarily a new face to the music scene; currently residing in Oakland, California, he has been producing behind the scenes for many notable artists over the last few years. Now, Phil is stepping into the spotlight and releasing his debut EP next month; he just dropped the first single off the upcoming ‘Desert Son’ EP, “Pick Up The Phone.”

“Pick Up The Phone” is a dance-infused pop song that captures the struggle a girl has when she’s feeling stuck in a moment of her life, not going anywhere.

Phil Crown explains the lyrics, “Pick Up The Phone is a metaphor to tell her to start making something of herself. Like a wake up call, ‘tell me how you want it’ and I can give it to you, as soon as you’re ready to listen.”

The first track off his debut album is a release in collaboration with Machat Records in association with Hippos and Tanks.

Press play on “Pick Up The Phone” below, courtesy of SoundCloud.

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Get Into The Holiday Spirit With New Sarah Anne Flansburg, “Christmas Favorites”

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“Christmas Favorites” is a new Christmas song by recording artist, Sarah Anne Flansburg.

Her rich voice and artistry make this song a cozy one to listen to. We’ll be wrapping presents to this one!

You can learn more about Sarah on her website. Buy on iTunes today!

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