When recording an album, Kanye West seems to prefer keeping things under wraps, until he lets out a track or two for a select group to hear. He took this approach over a year ago with Yeezus and seems to be doing it again with its follow up.
Only this time, according to a KTT report from a private London party over the weekend, he didn’t just play a sampling – he went through 20 new tracks!
Following two performances at the Wireless Festival, West and Virgil went behind the DJ booth at a private club and played 20 tracks from his laptop. According to tweets from clubgoers that night, the new music sounds “dark” and “hellish” – which is sort of in line with My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy and Yeezus.[…] Read more »
Just as the Spice Girls were finishing up their time in the spotlight in the early 2000s, Mel B launched a solo career. Her last album dropped in 2005, and the singer formerly known as Scary Spice has since gone on to being a reality TV personality. But who says she can’t combine both?
Reports claim that the America’s Got Talent judge has plans to return to her solo career, with the goal of performing her new single on the X Factor and then later putting out an album.
Sources tell the tabloid she has been working with Anthony Preston, supposedly one of Britney Spears’ favorite producers. […] Read more »
The last listeners heard new music from Pink Floyd, it was 1994, but now 20 years later, the band – or most of it, based on confirmations – has a follow up planned.
Titled The Endless River, the new release is expected to drop in October 2014. The first announcement came from David Gilmour’s wife Polly Samson, who put out a statement on Twitter. On July 5, she said: “Btw Pink Floyd album out in October is called ‘The Endless River’. Based on 1994 sessions is Rick Wright's swansong and very beautiful.”
Touring vocalist Durga McBroom-Hudson went onto confirm the plans and provided more details in the process. […] Read more »
Madonna has been taking a different promotional approach this time around. While her manager did most of the talking for MDNA, her 2012 release debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, she’s taken to the task this time around with her Instagram account – although she’s only done one proper interview.
This time, Madge is hinting at a new song, possibly called “Messiah.” This past week, she posted a picture of the sheet music for the track, and then a video showed an orchestra playing the clip. The caption read: “Magic makes the people come together yaaaaaaaassssss #messiah.”[…] Read more »
That fight between Jay-Z and Solange Knowles in the elevator after the Met Gala sparked rumors that the rapper has been cheating on wife Beyonce. There has been little evidence substantiating that claim, but a recent performance from Beyonce might serve as an indication.
Currently, the power couple is on tour, and at a recent Cincinnati show on June 28, the singer changed the lyrics to “Resentment,” a track from 2006 release B’Day, to indicate that Jay-Z may have strayed at some point.
At one point in the song, she sings, "I'll always remember feeling like I was no good / Like I couldn't do it for you like that wack b--ch could,” in place of lyric "I'll always remember feeling like I was no good / Like I couldn't do it for you like your mistress could."[…] Read more »
The Prodigy last dropped an album in 2009, and although a follow-up was rumored for 2012, it never surfaced. This week, however, NME put out an interview with the band’s Liam Howlett, who provided an update about its character.
Compared to their last album, Howlett claims, this one has more of a violent feel. But unlike electronica contemporaries Daft Punk, The Prodigy have no plans to go retro. He explained: "It's more violent-sounding; it feels wilder. It's not so much old-school. It's neither guitar-based not synth-based; it's kind of a mixture. It doesn't feel so radio-friendly to me; it feels like it’s got a lot of edge."[…] Read more »
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