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A little something from Michael Angelakos for the holidays.
Elton John wants you to make three music videos for him.
Alessia Cara gave a moving speech while accepting the "Rulebreaker Award" at 'Billboard’s Women in Music 2016.' The event occurred this past Friday (Dec. 9) in New York City.
Louis Tomlinson of One Direction and EDM hit maker Steve Aoki released new song “Just Hold On” on The X Factor UK this past Saturday night (Dec. 10).
Lionel Richie and Mariah Carey have announced a 35-date joint 'All the Hits Tour' that is slated to kick off in Spring 2017. The two great hit makers will be hitting arenas all across North America from mid-March (Mar. 15) to late May (May 27).
This past Friday night (Dec. 9) Madonna gave a powerful speech about being a female entertainer in the music industry while accepting Billboard’s Women in Music 'Woman of the Year' award. In her speech, Madonna talked about the hardships that women ...
They did something!
The LP comes with features from Justin Bieber, Quavo, Kehlani and 2 Chainz.
Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik have released their new song “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” from the 'Fifty Shades Darker' soundtrack. Swift shared the song artwork, as well as a snippet of the song to her Instagram accounts just before midnight last ...
Lady Gaga has written an open letter on her struggles with PTSD following an appearance on the 'Today' show earlier this week. The letter was posted to her Born This Way Foundation website for fans after revealing her disorder when she visited the ...
The service will arrive in early 2017.
The year's hits all in one spot.
Rihanna has allegedly dissed Beyonce over the 2017 Grammys snub for 'Album of the Year' nomination. The diss is flimsy at best, and based on Rihanna’s like on a fan’s social media post claiming that the Grammys had “snubbed” her in favor of ...
Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato, Sia, Kelly Clarkson and more artists are reacting to the Grammy nominations on social media. The nominations were revealed for 2017 earlier today on 'CBS This Morning.'
Lady Gaga has revealed that she suffers from PTSD during a visit to a LGBTQ youth center on the 'Today' show. The segment was a partnership between NBCUniversal and LEGO, helping to celebrate the holidays with the #ShareKindness movement.