Music News – November 8th

November 8, 2017 - 12:15pm

KELLY CLARKSON & CAMILA CABELLO TO BE HONORED AT BILLBOARD WOMEN IN MUSIC EVENT: Kelly Clarkson and Camila Cabello are set to be honored at this year's Billboard Women in Music event. Kelly will be receiving the Powerhouse award, while Camila will receive the Breakthrough Artist award. They'll both be performing at the event as well. Billboard will also be giving R&B singer Kehlani the Rule Breaker award. And as previously announced, Selena Gomez has been named Billboard's Woman of the Year. The Women in Music 2017 event, which takes place at L.A.'s Ray Dolby Ballroom, will stream live on Twitter beginning at 9 p.m. [ET] on November 30th.

WALK THE MOON SHARE NEW SONG 'KAMIKAZE': Walk the Moon have shared new song, "Kamikaze," the fourth advance track from the forthcoming full-length, What If Nothing, due out Friday. The emotional "Kamikaze" follows previously released tracks "One Foot," "Headphones" and "Surrender."

Walk the Moon's "Kamikaze":

IMAGINE DRAGONS, THE KILLERS TO PLAY VEGAS STRONG BENEFIT CONCERT: Las Vegas natives Imagine Dragons and The Killers will both play the Vegas Strong Benefit Concert in support of those impacted by the city's October 1st mass shooting. The event, to be held December 1st at the T-Mobile Arena, will raise money for the Las Vegas Victims Fund. "Las Vegas is our home, and it's an incredible, tight-knit community. The world has seen the resilience, unity, and heart of the city this last month," says Imagine Dragons. "This show is about raising money to help those impacted by the tragedy and about experiencing the healing that comes from gathering to celebrate the bonds we share." The Vegas Strong lineup also includes Boyz II Men, Penn & Teller, Cirque du Soleil and David Copperfield. Tickets go on sale today.

SHAKIRA POSTPONES THE FIRST DATE OF HER 'EL DORADO' WORLD TOUR: Shakira's upcoming tour hasn't even kicked off yet, but she's already had to reschedule the first date. The 40-year-old singer posted an update on her official website on Tuesday confirming that she would be unable to kick off her El Dorado World Tour on Friday in Cologne, Germany, due to vocal strain. "The Live Nation team is working hard to find a new date for me to come back and share this exciting show with you which I feel is going to be my best one yet. I am focusing on recovering now to be able to kick off on November 10th in Paris, as soon as I get the green light from my doctors," she added.