Taylor Swift has already mentioned that the songs for her follow-up to Speak Now will be sadder in tone. Additionally, in a recent interview The Hollywood Reporter, the singer stated that she already has 25 songs written for the still-untitled album: “I’ve written 25 songs so far, so it’s coming along really well. I’ve been writing a lot, and I like to take 2 years to make a record. We’re at the end of year one and I still have a year left to go to write.”
Taking her statement into consideration, the Speak Now follow-up is likely to hit stores by fall 2012.[…] Read more »
The duo behind 2007 hit “D.A.N.C.E.” is returning with their second album after four years. The album Audio, Video, Disco will hit stores on October 25, and DJs and producers Xavier de Rosnay and Gaspard Auge aimed for an instrumental base with a 1970s vibe.
About the change in sound, manager Pedro Winter said: "The first album was really about samples-proper electronic music. Chop it, reverse it, put some effect on it and put it in the computer. This album is all played guitar, drums and keys, which gives it a different feeling."
Auge responded: "We're helpless romantics. [We] always have to go a tiny bit over the top in terms of emotions, but it's never parody. We make music in a very naïve and sincere way."[…] Read more »
Although he recently released the first single off his Christmas album, a track titled “Mistletoe,” Justin Bieber has greater long-term plans – mainly getting his follow-up to My World 2.0 out by summer 2012. The Christmas release will be out by November 1, but according to manager Scooter Braun, the Biebs is thinking primarily about material for his upcoming album. Braun said: "He's pretty adamant about writing a lot of [the album]. And he played me some stuff that he's been doing on his own. He wrote this amazing song that sounds like a Jodeci record. I'm really excited for him. This kid can sing his ass off. He's coming into his own."[…] Read more »
It may have only been a few simple words, but Wednesday night Kanye West's post on Twitter spoke volumes: "GOODMUSIC.THE ALBUM.SPRING 2012."
Not much is known, but as The Fader commented, expect appearances by G.O.O.D. Music's Big Sean, Pusha T, John Legend, Kid Cudi, Mos Def, and Common on the label compilation.
This isn't the first time Kanye used Twitter as a platform to announce an upcoming project. […] Read more »
Justin Timberlake is featured in the hip-hop, rock group Freesol’s latest music video 'Role Model'. The entertainer, who has his hands in just about everything these days, makes an appearance performing as what AceShowbiz shares is some angry rapping.
After watching the video, it looks like J.T. is mixing things up this time around, leaving his signature sexy cool pop songs at the door. Seen in the four minute or so clip, Timberlake makes his way through a warehouse, punching the air, and appearing more aggressive and serious than his usual demeanor, alongside the Tennessee performers. With a lot of chaos, TV smashing, girls flashing, and big attitudes, the video, that was directed by Joseph Toman, Aaron Platt and Timberlake himself, should catch a lot of play.[…] Read more »
LeAnn Rimes has just released the music video for Give, a deeply emotional track with advice about how to be a better person. Going further than just talking about the problem, LeAnn "walks the talk" by including some of Chicago's homeless individuals in her music video. Not only do they star in the clip, they perform some of the moves and even sing along with the lyrics, particularly at the end.
The video is introduced with stories of some teens, about how their lives were, along with a staggering statistic – about homelessness in Chicago. The scene then changes to the Grammy Award winning country music singer sitting in a train moving through the city. […] Read more »
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