Happy Halloween! If you don't have time to watch any scary movies today, try listening to these 10 songs instead, which are all named after horror movies.
Halloween is upon us so we've hand-selected five spooky hip-hop videos to kick off the celebration before the ghouls and goblins venture off into the night. Check out these five videos that are sure to get your heart racing with their catchy rhymes and creepy visuals.
Halloween is coming up this Friday (in case you forgot), so if you're looking for some spooky music to play at your Halloween party, or just something to play around the house that night for some atmosphere, check out these 13 albums.
Earlier this month, Miley Cyrus dumped twerking and showed off her new favorite dance, the Nae Nae, while being interviewed on an Australian morning show. The host certainly enjoyed Cyrus' rendition but the dance creators aren't so impressed. We Are Toonz put the pop star on blast and even offered up a tutorial in a short video. Read this
Barbra Streisand had her first no. 1 album fifty years ago on october 31. Music Times looks back over the other nine in her record-setting career. Read this
Carrie Underwood has already seen massive success from her forthcoming best-of album Greatest Hits: Decade #1 - the album's single "Something in the Water" has peaked at No. 24 on the Hot 100. But now, the record's full scale has been revealed, and it's equally massive. Today (Oct. 31), Underwood announced the full tracklisting for Greatest Hits, featuring two new songs, plenty of favorites and some previously unheard demos. Read this
Earlier this month, punky boy band 5 Seconds of Summer channeled Orange is the New Black by heading to a "reform" school for bad girls for its sassy "Good Girls" music video. Three weeks after the original clip debuted, 5SOS went back to school to takes its fans behind the scenes of "Good Girls." Read this
When you first watched One Direction's video for "Steal My Girl," you might've thought the chimp featured in it was cute and thought nothing more. However, animal rights group PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) is up in arms about it. They've taken out a full-page ad (see below) in the entertainment section of The Hollywood Reporter to address 1D's decision and bring to light the alleged mistreatment of animals on set. Read this
Despite whatever beef Nicki Minaj and Iggy Azalea may or may not have, T.I. says he has left the door open to a collaboration among the two femcees. According to the Hustle Gang leader, it is possible for the two women to work together.Read more »
Society always celebrates the records that top the Billboard 200 album chart. Back of The Billboards is a Music Times weekly segment that looks at the opposite end: the new record that finished closest to the back of the Billboard 200 for the previous week. We hope to give a fighting chance to the bands you haven't heard of.Read more »
Holy cow! We're sorry to get this news to you already nine hours into the day but we just got a heads-up from our pals over at Country Music Television that Garth Brooks' forthcoming album Man Versus Machine is available for streaming in its entirety but only for the 24 hours of October 31, and only on the site for his new digital music service GhostTunes.Read more »
There was an interesting article published in Forbes this week pondering a scary question: Could Taylor Swift's 1989 be the last platinum album ever?Read more »
Our natural reaction to someone else's massive success is to be bitter and assume the worst about their product ("haters gonna hate") but Taylor Swift is making things difficult for us. The star announced October 29 that all of the proceeds from her single "Welcome to New York" will be donated to the New York City public school system.Read more »
Gregg Allman's got a long vacation from work in the near future and now he has another reason to relax: He's been dropped from a lawsuit regarding the death of a camera assistant on the set of Midnight Rider, now cancelled biopic about the life of the Allman Brothers frontman.Read more »