Jay-Z and Kanye West’s highly-anticipated collaboration album Watch the Throne was released in digital form on Monday and, on Friday, hit a limited number of stores. One of those was a pop-up set up at by the two rappers at 201 Mulberry Street in New York’s SoHo section. MTV News described the temporary record store as “wrapped in gold” like the album’s cover art. Inside, the Spike Jonze-directed video for new single “Otis” played and a Maybach vehicle sat at the back, ready to be auctioned off for East African drought relief funds.
Copies of the deluxe version of Watch the Throne are going for $15 a pop, and the store will be open until 6 p.m. on Sunday, August 14. Although West is currently in Sweden, Jay-Z may make an appearance at the store.[…] Read more »
To support his successful album F.A.M.E., Chris Brown will be doing an extensive North American tour, which starts next month in Toronto and finishes at the end of October in Hartford, Conn. Brown announced his tour recently, telling the press: "This tour will allow me to paint a picture musically. I want to bring a lot of energy and excitement to all the fans. It's going to be a great show."
Joining him are Kelly Rowland, Tyga, and T-Pain. About opening for the “Next 2 You” singer, Rowland said: "I'm so excited about that. Getting ready for that show – literally getting ready. I'm sitting up here emailing and all that kind of stuff, finding people now."
For his F.A.M.E. tour, Brown and his trio of openers will hit the following cities:[…] Read more »
US idol winner, Scotty McCreery, has just released his debut music video I Love You This Big. The clip is all about happy times with friends and family having a barbecue, just like people do in the 'States on the Fourth of July.
The first half shows a daytime scene with a small crowd of family and friends enjoying themselves. In the second half, the setting is around an intimate concert at night – probably in the same park setting of the earlier part of the day. Scotty continues to sing the song with his magnificent voice and his incredible appeal. […] Read more »
While in the process of finishing up recording their fifth album, titled Mylo Xyloto, and doing the festival circuit this past summer, Coldplay sat down with Billboard for an interview on the status of their new release. Expected to hit stores October 25 in North America, Mylo Xyloto is Coldplay’s first release in three years. While new material has already appeared at festival shows this summer, the band has high expectations for their new release. Manager Dave Holmes told Billboard: "This album could be career defining. Laurels have not been rested upon. They took it up a notch, they challenged themselves, and the music I've heard has been nothing short of spectacular and next-level. They've made a record they're proud of. This band is never cocky. […] Read more »
The Sugababes is fighting back with a bigger sound and sexier image after the commercial dissapointment of their "Sweet 7" album last year. The trio currently made up of Heidi Range, Amelle Berrabah and Jade Ewen signed a three-album deal with Sony Music a few months ago after parting ways with Island Records, the label that had nurtured the band since their 2002 breakthrough "Angels With Dirty Faces".
'Freedom' is the lead single taken from the Sugababes eighth studio album, which is slated for release later this year. The sexy music video sees Heidi, Amelle and Jade getting sexy with dancers in a dark underground club with some fans calling it out as a modern take on the group's 2001 'Freak Like Me' clip.
The band's newest member Jade revealed in an interview that she got a little drunk beforehand to "loosen up" for the intimate scenes.[…] Read more »
Internet sensation Rebecca Black’s mother has decided to pull her out of school after learning that she has been the target of constant taunting and ridicule.
Ever since releasing the infamous Friday song and video via YouTube, which received 167 million hits, Black has not only begun a career that has her schmoozing next to Katy Perry and singing on America’s Got Talent, but has also opened her up to negative feedback, like the “relentless bullying” she received at her Anahein, Calif. school.[…] Read more »
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