Kesha’s preparing to appear on new reality TV show Rising Star, but these days, just a few months after being released from rehab, she’s already working on a new album.
The “Timber” star caught up with MTV recently to discuss her plans for new music. She’s been working on some “trippy” material, including a collaboration with Zedd, since finishing treatment. She explained: “It can borderline on trippy, a little different. I think people are gonna trip out.”
At the same time, the brazenness and craziness fans loved about the singer from her debut, which was toned down a bit for Warrior, seems to be returning. Speaking about a theme for one of her new songs, she said: “If you cheat on me, I’ll shoot you. […] Read more »
Toward the end of 2013, Lady Gaga’s collaboration with R. Kelly “Do What U Want” came out as a single, but the video initially appeared delayed. Then, at the time the video was supposed to drop, Gaga recorded an alternate version with Christina Aguilera, after their successful Voice performance, and that dropped in January 2014.
So fans and pop culture junkies have wondered what happened to the video – and this week, that question was answered. For one, TMZ got a hold of the footage, while the New York Post’s Page Six put out a gossip piece about issues on set.[…] Read more »
Korn earned yet another album in the Billboard 200’s Top 10 last year with Paradigm Shift, but rather than just rest on their laurels, they announced an expanded edition to come out later this month.
An interview with Billboard reveals the nu-metal band put together new tracks, with parts recorded separately. Songs not making it onto the original edition will also see the light of day.
Leading the June 23 release is a new single called “Haters,” which frontman Jonathan Davis considers their most empowering track to date. He told the magazine: "It's really, like, the first empowering song I've ever written. […] Read more »
These days, Loverboy are considered one of the many one-hit-wonder acts to emerge from the 1980s, but believe it or not, they have four – yes four – albums that reached at least platinum status in the U.S. during that decade, and continued to put out material into the ‘00s.
Their last full-length release was 2007’s Just Getting Started, and now seven years later, they have Unfinished Business, scheduled for 2014.
The Game put out a new track on Monday, “Bigger Than Me,” that goes after the current state of hip-hop.
For one, lyrics indicate that the rapper considers many newcomers – those he doesn’t name – as being weak, compared to those who came up around his time in the ‘90s and ‘00s, such as Jay-Z, Kanye West, and 50 Cent. Early on, he says: “N—as talkin’ that sh– ’bout a new generation/ Man, f–k these n—as, I’ll slash ya f–kin’ face in/ You n—as ain’t sold sh–, not an album or a rock.”
Perhaps the last line is more commentary on the state of the music industry these days – that, specifically, artists are more single driven and albums don’t sell as well.
Later, he compares himself to Eminem, saying: “I’m the black Marshall Mathers.”[…] Read more »
Billy Idol returned to music in 2005, 12 years after his flop of an album Cyberpunk. At the time, Devil’s Playground and a Christmas album a year later held fans over, but the punk singer turned rocker hasn’t put out a full-length release since then.
Billboard revealed that Idol now has plans for a follow-up – nine years later. While a title has not been revealed, Idol’s new album will come out through BFI Records and Kobalt Label Services and will be produced by Trevor Horn.
The new release further coincides with his autobiographical memoir, Dancing With Myself. A release date hasn’t officially been announced, but Billboard’s report claims tracks will start coming out this summer.[…] Read more »
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