• Weezer

    Weezer Performs 'Thank God For Girls' and 'Do You Wanna Get High' on 'Undatable'

    Thursday night Weezer announced its forthcoming self-titled 'White Album' alongside the music video release of "King of the World," and the band has followed that up with a performance on NBC's live sitcom, "Undatable," playing "Thank God For Girls," "Do You Wanna Get High?" and an after show performance of "Buddy Holly."
  • J. Cole

    HBO Spotlights J.Cole's 2014 Tour With 'Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming'

    Rapper J. Cole went on tour in 2014, and thanks to HBO, fans got a firsthand look at where the "Crooked Smile" lyricist was born and bred. J. Cole "Forest Hills Drive: Homecoming" is a 90-minute special that shows us around Cole's hometown of Fayetteville, North Carolina, filmed during the rapper's stop there while on tour promoting his third studio album, '2014 Forest Hills Drive.'
  • 'American Idol' XIV Grand Finale

    'American Idol' Season 15 Recap/Review: Second Auditions Bring Back the Soul, Music

    American Idol's premiere week continued on Thursday night (Jan. 7) as the judges and the entire show's cartel moved on to Little Rock and San Francisco. This episode, logically, had less of a nostalgia factor and less hype surrounding it than Wednesday night's proper premiere, but the talent was far more consistent and impressive. There were plenty of Top 24 contenders in the mix.
  • American Idol judges & Ryan Seacrest

    'American Idol' Season 15 Recap/Review: Premiere Brings Back Bad Auditions, Top Contenders

    American Idol's 15th season is officially underway, and the show kicked off with a nostalgic flair that emphasized its own importance throughout American pop culture and the music industry over the last 14 years. Welcoming back alumni like Taylor Hicks, Kris Allen, Clay Aiken and Ruben Studdard to help with the auditioning process, the show itself started with an emotional opening, featuring impressionable children and teens watching former Idols with and dream of being on the show themselves. No, shut up. You're the one crying.
  • Love & Hip Hop Screen Grab

    'LHHNY' Season 6, Episode 4 Recap: MariahLynn & Cisco Hookup, Rich Dollaz Daughter Drama [WATCH]

    Who doesn't love a little debauchery after the holiday season? On Monday (Jan. 4) 'Love & Hip Hop: New York' returned with more petty arguments, surprising hookups, public displays of affection, and drama in the studio. On this week's season six, episode four recap, MariahLynn finds herself in a love triangle with Cisco and a BBOD member, while Rich Dollaz's time with his daughter is cut abruptly short. To get a full dose of the ratchetness that took place during the most recent episode of 'LHHNY,' "The Bald and the Beautiful," continue reading below.
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    'LHHNY' Season 6, Episode 2 Recap: Cardi B's Debut, Peter Gunz Gets Slapped & More

    Jesus take the wheel! If you thought last week's episode of 'Love & Hip Hop: New York' ended with a bang, then episode two will likely blow your mind. On Monday (Dec. 21), viewers were able to meet two of the newest season six cast members, including Cardi B making her series debut. Check out a recap of the series' latest episode, properly titled "Secrets and Lies," featuring Peter Gunz getting slapped, an extremely friendly DJ, and more.
  • Jordan Smith, winner of 'The Voice' Season 9

    'The Voice' Season 9 Recap and Review: And The Winner Is...

    It's all boiled down to this... The Voice season 9 crowned a winner on Tuesday night (Dec. 15). The race was between Jordan Smith, Emily Ann Roberts, Barrett Baber and Jeffery Austin. But, who was to take home the big trophy? Before you could get to the big moment, there was two hours of filler that had to happen. Well, three hours of filler, really, if you count that hour-long rebroadcast of last night's show (minus the coach performances).
  • VH1 'Love & Hip Hop' Season 4 Premiere

    'LHHNY' Season 6, Episode 1 Recap: Remy Ma, Peter Gunz, "Chicken Noodle Soup" & More

    VH1's popular 'Love & Hip Hop' franchise is back in one of its most controversial cities: New York. The season six premiere, which aired on Monday (Dec. 14), brought some familiar faces back to the small screen and even introduced some new characters to the bunch. The highly anticipated season opener did not hold back on the drama, reuniting old enemies and stirring up career drama. Here's a 'Love & Hip Hop: New York recap of their first episode called "The Crown," featuring Remy Ma, Peter Gunz, a little "Chicken Noodle Soup," and more.
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