Last year, the Jonas Brothers looked all set for a reunion tour and a new album. But after a few singles were released, the boy band called it quits for good.
That doesn’t mean, however, all three members have given up on music, and recently, Joe Jonas told Scene magazine that he has plans for a new album.
While Jonas commented on Justin Bieber, who essentially succeeded the Jonas Brothers’ teen pop stardom in the late ‘00s, he went onto reveal he’s working on a follow-up to 2011’s Fastlife. He explained: “I’m trying to [make it] something that I really want it to be — do music that I’m really proud of and not let too many cooks in the kitchen.”[…] Read more »
Rapper Lil B has released the official music video for his song, "Gotta Make the NBA," and as its title suggest, the song has been shot on a basketball court.
The four-minute-seventeen-second-long clip revolves around B's desire to become a pro basketball player. The track begins with the message displaying:
"Lil B must win 50 games to get a chance to play for an official NBA team."
The BasedGod is then seen taking a layup on the court, but he is challenged hard and that results in him picking an injury. The 24-year-old MC is then shown recovering from the knock he had earlier taken, but his dream of making the NBA never fades away.[…] Read more »
U.K. girl group Little Mix scored another hit with last year’s album Salute. As the album ended up in the top 10 chart spots on both sides of the Atlantic, it only makes sense that they’d continue putting out more singles. So, after releasing “Move” and “Little Me,” along with “Word Up!” for Sport Relief Charity, they now announced “Salute” as the next song.
The announcement came in the form of a video teaser, featuring the girl group practicing a routine with their backup dancers.
The announcement comes at the same time Little Mix have already started talking plans about their third studio album. While they’re currently on the road with The Salute Tour, recording for a third release is expected to start soon.[…] Read more »
What many don’t know about Carrie Underwood is, she has had a hand in writing a fair amount of her own material. Rather than just be a successful singer, she penned eight out of 14 tracks on her last release, 2012’s Blown Away, and recently, it was revealed she’s doing the same for a follow up.
This week, Radio.com tweeted, per Taste of Country, that the former American Idol winner has been putting together some tunes for a new album: “Is @carrieunderwood writing these days? "Yes!" She told @radiodotcom, "a lot lately" and "it's going well!"
Very little is known about the follow-up to Blown Away, so we’ll have to see what unfolds.[…] Read more »
The "Pink Friday" hitmaker is her usual bold self when it comes to spitting venomous rhymes in the song. The controversy she stirred up by using Malcolm X's image and the N-word in artwork for her song "Lookin Ass" has only just faded, but that didn't stop her from mentioning the whole thing again on "Chi-Raq."[…] Read more »
The 49th Academy of Country Music Awards that took place in Las Vegas on Sunday night had several high points but Rascal Flatts' performance was certainly not one of them.
The trio took the ACM stage to perform their hit song "Rewind," but instead of playing it live as it was expected of them, they simply hit the play button on the sound system and lip-synced to it.
But the fans are no fool these days. It took them no time to figure out that the band was just faking it in front of them. They got booed on the spot and were later criticized on social media too. As they were caught red-handed, the situation demanded an apology and full explanation, and they this is just what they've done.[…] Read more »
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