anonymous asked:

1.) You can choose to believe this or not I know it's sketchy bc anon but STORYTIME: so my brother lives in California. He's moved a few times over the last five years between Valley Village, downtown LA, Santa Monica, Venice and Long Beach. And living in Cali is really expensive so he's picked up a ton of odd jobs like delivering flowers or edible arrangements and working as an assistant for some lady or random restaurant gigs. But one in particular was when he worked at this little cafe...

2.) and it was like a year ago Harry came into the place where he worked and ordered two drinks. As standard you ask “for here or to go?” And he replied “to go” and he motioned towards the door with a small glance and little smirk like someone was waiting outside. And when my brother needed to write a name on the cups Harry’s was just Harry and the other one was simply L. I WAS SCREAMING LIKE WTF BITCH IM SHOOK




Also in June, Liam Payne, the last of the five members to go solo, will release his first single, which is expected to take a more urban direction.

There is excitement around Liam’s launch so soon after he became a dad, with girlfriend Cheryl giving birth last month.

He has signed David Beckham’s long-time PR Simon Olivera to manage him and has already started the hype campaign with a topless shoot for Rollercoaster magazine, where he pleased 1D’s large female fanbase by posing topless. [source]


On this day in music history: April 2, 1977 - “Rumours”, the eleventh studio album by Fleetwood Mac hits #1 on the Billboard Top 200 for 31 weeks (non-consecutive). Produced by Fleetwood Mac, Ken Caillat and Richard Dashut, it is recorded at Criteria Studios in Miami, FL, The Record Plant, Wally Heider in Los Angeles, CA, Davlen Recorders in North Hollywood, CA, The Record Plant in Sausalito, CA and Zellerbach Auditorium in Berkeley, CA from Early - Late 1976. Issued as the follow up to their breakthrough self-titled album, the band make a concentrated effort to capitalize on their success with the follow up. Break ups, hedonistic behavior and interpersonal strife aside, the sessions produce the most critically acclaimed and commercially successful album of their career. During its run on the charts it spins off four top 10 singles including “Go Your Own Way” (#10 Pop), “Dreams” (#1 Pop), “Don’t Stop” (#3 Pop), and “You Make Loving Fun” (#9 Pop). “Rumours” also wins the Grammy Award for Album Of The Year in 1978, and is certified 20x Platinum in the US by the RIAA, earning a Double Diamond Certification.