On the pop music spectrum, Jerry Lee Lewis is considered a relic of another era. Yet, after a sporadic output of original material in the 1990s and early 2000s, he appeared to make a comeback over the past decade. Two albums have dropped since 2006, and Lewis just announced his third this week.
Called Rock & Roll Time, the new album comes out later this year on Vanguard Records and coincides with an autobiography. The release follows Last Man Standing, which came out in 2006 and peaked at No. 26 on the Billboard 200, and Mean Old Man, which followed four years later and peaked at No. 39.
Prior to that, his last full-length studio album was 1995's Young Blood.[…] Read more »
Ma$e appeared to have everything a successful rapper could ever want in the late 1990s, but by the 2000s, his career halted, with only 2004'sWelcome Back and the occasional collaboration keeping him relevant. Last year brought a new single "Why Can't We" and an announcement about a new album, and now the rapper revealed his plans at the recent Hot 107.9 Birthday Bash concert in Atlanta.
Specifically, listeners should expect a few carefully selected but nonetheless high profile collaborations, including from Kanye West, Rick Ross, and Diddy. In fact, recent single "Billboard" features Ross and West. […] Read more »
EDM producer Zedd is hot these days, after his own single “Clarity” and Hayley Williams collaboration “Stay The Night,” and Ariana Grande has already had two singles make it into the top 10, so a collaboration seems in order.
As Grande is readying her sophomore studio album, she announced new single “Break Free” on Twitter. June 21, she posted: "the loves waiting for #breakfree (yes that's the new single name... yes it's the 1 w @zedd) more details soon."
And followed it with a countdown clock for the next 10 days. We’ll have to see what surfaces on July 1, but from the looks of it, “Break Free” seems bound to be a hit.[…] Read more »
Less than two years ago, Alicia Keys turned out Girl on Fire, which went onto do well on the charts, score a Grammy for Best R&B Album, and generate a hit single with its title track. Now, as 2014 reaches its midpoint, Keys spoke about her plans for a follow-up to WWD.
In promoting a new Givenchy fragrance, she told the fashion magazine that, rather than solely focus on melody this time around, she has a concept album in mind. She said, via Popdust: “This time it’s more about what we’re going through as human beings. We all experience similar things. […] Read more »
The three-minute-and-forty-four-seconds-long video was put out by the 37-year-old R&B singer on Monday, June 23.
The song's lyrical content and the visuals are both clearly directed towards his wife Paula Patton who is currently estranged from him.
Thicke is seen shirtless in the video, singing emotionally with the hope that his missus might give their marriage a second chance after viewing it. During the course of the video, text exchanges between the couple are also shown on the screen. In them, Thicke's tone is obviously apologetic while Patton's messages explain why they're not together anymore.[…] Read more »
It seems like each week the U.K. press put out a story claiming that Adele’s album is nearly done, or that she’s having difficulty completing it.
This weekend, The Daily Star revealed that the “Someone Like You” singer has completed her third album. In fact, the release could be put out any day now!
A source told the publication: "The album is written, recorded and finished. Theoretically it could be released tomorrow if she wanted. The plan is to release internationally on iTunes as a complete surprise without any previous promotion or build-up publicity campaign. […] Read more »
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