The “Michael Jackson Forever Tribute Concert” will be held in Wales this Saturday, and although the Black Eyed Peas appeared on the roster, they have pulled out due to “unavoidable circumstances.”
Our editors caught up with the Wisconsin native to learn more about her creative process, the effects of her pop music on the world and how she got one-on-one time with Marilyn Manson.
Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, will have a second posthumous album dedicated to his legacy that is also adapted into Cirque du Soleil brilliance.
Universal Music Group and Live Nation Entertainment, two of the biggest economic enterprises in the music industry, have announced their plans to merge and combine efforts.
Kendrick Lamar, the Compton rapper who Dr. Dre himself has titled “The New King of the West Coast,” offers more details on the long awaited ‘Detox’ LP.
Jared Evan and executive producer Rik Cordero present “unCOVERED,” a web series portraying Evan’s interpretations of classic cover songs.
Although singer Rihanna has been keeping quiet about details of her upcoming sixth studio album, bits of information are being divulged as the release date approaches.
Sources say that Outkast is in negotiations to sign a new record deal with Epic Records for an album debut next year. Ciara is also said to be signing to the label.
To celebrate the September 13th release of Girls’ sophomore effort Father, Son, Holy Ghost the band will be appearing live from Nashville’s rock and roll retail institution Grimey’s on Friday, September 16th.
Kanye West has announced the release date for his new fashion line during the Paris Fashion Week.
Publishing company HarperCollins announced Monday that rapper Nas will be coming out with a memoir in the Fall of 2012.
Lady Gaga released the second fashion video for her single “Yoü and I” yesterday. The clip, directed by Inez+Vinoodh and entitled “Haus of Ü ft. Bride”
Former music executive Steve Stoute, producer of albums such as “The Slim Shady LP,” starts his new video series to coincide with his new book. In the series he interviews artists such as Jay-Z, Pharrell Williams and Lady Gaga.
Evenings is a one man recording artist, consisting of Nathan Broaddus from Charlottesville, VA. His single, ‘Babe,’ is the perfect way to sit down and separate yourself from a long day at the office, a dragging school lesson or whatever has been causing chaos in your life recently.
Bromfield, who was vocally trained by Winehouse since the age of ten, could offer a unique look into the life and creativity of the late songstress, her one on one experiences allowing a more intimate perspective than perhaps any other artist could.
Over a few cups of coffee with the swedish musician, I realized what a strong passion Jorgen shares for the music he creates and was struck by his genuine and unguarded demeanor.
After a single, an EP, a couple of online tracks and a whole load of excitable buzz tipping them for the top, London duo Jeremy Warmsley and Elizabeth Sankey – better known as Summer Camp – are finally unveiling their deliciously idiosyncratic, gloriously kaleidoscopic vision of pop with their debut full length “Welcome to Condale”, released on their own Apricot Recording Company imprint, in conjunction with Moshi Moshi and Pledgemusic.
After the success of his last album ‘Record Collection’ in late 2010, Mark Ronson is back with ‘Record Collection 2012’, his new single out on Kitsuné on September 5th featuring MNDR, Pharrell, Wiley & Wretch 32!
Watch The Throne has also broken the record for the all-time highest 1st week sales on iTunes in the U.S. with nearly 290,000 units sold, besting the previous record held by Coldplay and hitting #1 on iTunes worldwide in all 23 global territories within 24 hours.
“Yoü and I” was inspired by Lady Gaga’s relationship with former boyfriend, and is a slow tempo song featuring instrumentation from electric guitars and piano, with Gaga and Lange providing background vocals.
Shake Aletti follow up their debut release ‘Dancefloor’ with another pop gem. ‘Inside Out’ is a glorious, glittering; synth fueled hit which is perfect for the summers late nights and lazy days.
It’s August and that means one thing for music lovers: we’re in full swing of outdoor summer concert month. If you’re in the Big Apple, you’ve got your pick of locations and genres to enjoy, but no matter where you find yourself, when the city comes alive with the sound of music, you’re going to need a few essentials to fully enjoy your outdoor concert experience.
Billy Corgan, guitarist Jeff Schroeder, drummer Mike Byrne and bassist Nicole Fiorentino will return to the road this fall for an intimate 12-city U.S. tour that will serve as a warm-up to a big year of touring for the band in 2012. The fall trek launches in Los Angeles on October 5 at the Wiltern Theatre and wraps in Philadelphia on October 22 at the Tower Theater.
It looks like all of America is rockin’ to Elvis: The Great Performances as it debuts at the top spot – #1 – on Billboard’s Top Music Video Sales chart this week.