I wish nothing but the best for JoJo, who’s still making her comeback to music after battling her way out of her label contract. And she sounds absolutely incredible on her latest song, “Wonder Woman.”
No single descriptor could sum up Prince, and he was acutely aware of this, turning his perceived ambiguity into copy (“Am I black or white / Am I straight or gay?” his how he mimicked outsiders’ curiosity in 1981's “Controversy”) and rejecting labels openly in a litany of all the things that he wasn’t in 1984's “I…
Banksy, the mysterious English graffiti artist who makes apparently mind-blowing art about how Disney is evil or something, might have had his identity revealed this week.
Hanson, Hanson and Hanson, can you stop?
Not counting 2011's charming if forgettable* “Today Is Your Day” (an accompaniment to her OWN documentary series) and a dull cover of “Endless Love” featuring Lionel Ritchie, Shania Twain has not released a proper single in 12 years. But that all changes today, as the best-selling female country artist of all freaking…
Yoko Ono, musician, performance artist, prolific Tweeter, is finally getting a writing credit on one of John Lennon’s “Imagine.”
For the new video for “Bad Liar,” Selena Gomez uses the power of wigs to transform herself into an entire suburban ’70s family (mom, dad, teen) and the hot, blonde, potential home wrecking gym teacher.
Fyre Festival attendees certainly suffered when they arrived in the Bahamas and found a dirty island filled with rabid dogs and no shelter in sight. And now some of those festival-goers are trying to make a little coin on Ebay with merchandise from an event that is going down as one of the most disastrous—if not the…
A reporter from the News Zealand site Newshub has conducted an extremely thorough investigation into an Instagram review account for onion rings, @onionringsworldwide, deducing that it might be Lorde’s.
In a publicity stunt that seems inspired both by documentary and by Shiba Inu puppy cams, Katy Perry is live-streaming her entire weekend on YouTube. Apparently, the aim is to promote her new album, Witness—so it’s thematically appropriate—and the content has so far included an intense, tearful therapy session.
First, Camila Cabello dropped out of Fifth Harmony to pursue a solo career. She released her first solo single “Crying in the Club” in May. A second Fifth Harmony member, Lauren Jauregui, duetted on “Strangers,” a song about bisexual lovers from Halsey’s second album, released on the second of June (the sixth month of…
Harry Styles, who defied the gods (and every chart trend) to release a definitively dad rock record as his solo debut earlier this year, has announced the openers for his gigantic world tour and they are not! commercial pop! singers! Can you tell!?
Earlier this week a series of TIDAL billboards advertising something titled 4:44 popped up in New York City. In case you forgot, TIDAL is Jay Z’s flailing music and video streaming service that rudely trapped Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé’s “Feeling Myself” video as an exclusive before it leaked. YEAH, YOU REMEMBER.
When London producer Sara Chen, aka Ikonika, first started making music, her bubbly, video-game inspired, electronic style became part of the growing movement that came to be known as dubstep. But listening to her new album Distractions, it’s clear that her hyper sound has been overtaken by something much darker.
God knows there’s probably a lot to say in Courtney Love’s forthcoming memoir. On Tuesday Love told Seth Meyers that while she has a lot of secrets she has to keep, it’s totally “fair game” to include them in her book if they’ve already leaked on her Wikipedia page.
DJ Khaled’s son Asahd Tuck Khaled, who is just six months old, already has a pretty prolific career as a music producer. In March, when he was just four months old, he became the executive producer for Khaled’s new album Grateful, which includes the brand new song “To the Max” featuring Drake.
“Thick thighs, sundress, I’m looking good” is your new seasonal mantra. In “Thunder Thighs,” the latest video from Miss Eaves, a Brooklyn-based musician, artist, designer and director, a gaggle of gorgeous women and girls take to the stoops and streets of Bed-Stuy flaunting, and feeling obviously great about it. The…