The R&B singer returns after three years with “What Do You Mean?” from Purpose, his fourth studio album.
Though Tyga could have narrowed down his song selection at his L.A. concert, he got the crowd going with his energy and guest stars.
Canadian pop and R&B singer Justin Bieber’s new album Under the Mistletoe is an uneven assemblage of holiday-themed songs.
Recently, there’s been a lot of Zooey Deschanel to go around. The actress turned singer-songwriter premiered her new television show, The New Girl, on Fox, just sang the national anthem at a World Series game and is now ushering in the Christmas season with a new album from fan favorites She & Him — and we haven’t […]
Posting birthday gifts on Twitter might be the next big fad. To wish Lil’ Wayne a happy 29th birthday — which the artist celebrated Sept. 27 — Justin Bieber tweeted his own version of the rapper’s “How to Love.” Posted during the insomniac hours of Wednesday morning, the tweet read, “Trying to sleep. until then […]
It seems like the live music industry gets a little worse every year. At least, that’s the way prominent music publications make it seem. During its end-of-the-year report, Business Wire reported “2010 was a volatile year for the music industry, which saw many tours canceled and a decline in overall concert ticket sales.” Popular artists […]
Drooling Justin Bieber fans everywhere are talking about this week’s two “Bieber cuts:” not only did the teen pop sensation trim his signature ‘do for a shorter, older look, but his 3D documentary, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never will be re-released this Friday, this time with more features and footage from director Jon Chu. Chu […]
Best New Artist winner Esperanza Spalding and Lady Gaga top the list of award show surprises.
Travis McCoy and Bruno Mars scheduled to make a stop at USC on Friday, Kate Gosselin’s breakdown on Dancing with the Stars, Ricky Martin reveals his sexuality after years of silence and the Kids’ Choice Awards at UCLA feature Justin Bieber and Rihanna.
Benefit recording of R.E.M.’s “Everybody Hurts” featuring Britain’s biggest music stars is patently un-American in its subtlety and dignified treatment of the Haitian tragedy.