Carrie Underwood burst onto the music scene after winning the fourth season of American Idol and, aside from a short break to finish her Communications degree, the beautiful blonde has not looked back. After her incredible success with hits including “Jesus Take the Wheel” and “Before He Cheats” from her 2005 album, Some Hearts, some fans (and critics) were left wondering whether she could sustain her popularity.
Her 2008 album, Carnival Ride, yielded four number one singles (“So Small,” “Just a Dream,” “All American Girl,” and “Last Name”) and her permanence in the country music world was cemented when 2009’s, Play On, had three more tracks that topped the charts (“Cowboy Casanova,” “Temporary Home” and “Undo It”).[…] Read more »
Being an heiress has its perks, one of which is hanging out with top DJ talents of the moment. But rather than just being a hanger-on at clubs, Paris Hilton is shadowing Deadmau5 and Afrojack and working with David Guetta on a house album. The Simple Life star isn’t just singing; rather, she may be behind the mixing desk as well.
While just learning now, Hilton may join Deadmau5 on stage in the near future, and she’s currently training with Guetta in Ibiza. About her talent, one source close to the heiress told the gossip website that Hilton could be: "[The] Queen of house music […] no woman has ever taken over in that arena ... and she wants to become that person."[…] Read more »
Seems like a handful of bands that dropped off the charts in the early 2000s are attempting comebacks. First Blink 182, then Eve 6, and now Garbage. According to WearsTheTrousers.com, Garbage is now mixing tracks for their upcoming album, which will be a follow-up to 2006’s Bleed Like Me. Producer Butch Vig revealed that the band has 24 tracks in rough states and tweeted 12 of them: “Time Will Destroy Everything,” “Blood For Poppies,” “Automatic Systematic Habit,” “Control,” “Lies, Lies, Lies,” “Sugar,” “Not Your Kind Of People,” “T.R.O.U.B.L.E,” “Felt,” “Big Brite World,” “Alone,” and “Animal.”
Track “Time Will Destroy Everything” will feature singer Shirley Manson’s god daughter singing.[…] Read more »
Rolling Papers, Wiz Khalifa’s major label debut, might have been released less than a year ago, but the Pittsburgh rapper is already working on a follow-up. He recently told MTV News: "Yeah, I've started working on a next album just to get a feel for where I'm going with it."
Until his still-untitled album is released, Khalifa is putting out a fourth single from Rolling Papers, track “No Sleep,” and doing a mixtape with Chevy Woods. About the mixtape, titled The Cookout, he said: "It's gonna be coming out in early September, so anybody who wants to hear some new raps from me, they can go get that. And, of course, Chevy is gonna kill it and do his thing. It's gonna be real fun."[…] Read more »
Lady Gaga’s fans, commonly referred to as her “Little Monsters,” have cast their vote for the next single she should release. Even though, “You and I” just came out, there’s been a lot of activity on Twitter requesting that “Bloody Mary” officially come out in time for Halloween.
While it is true that a good number of her songs, including “Bad Romance,” “Judas,” and “Paparazzi”, have a creepy enough sound to them to be suitable for costume party, “Bloody Mary” really is the perfect song for celebrating a day dedicated to the dead.[…] Read more »
Fall may have just started but the lineup for the annual Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest is already underway, with Lady Gaga the first act announced. The “You and I” singer has never appeared on the program before, which last year was headlined by Ke$ha and Taio Cruz. Fergie of the Black Eyed Peas will also be present but more as a co-host this year than performer.
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