Hilary Duff has confirmed that she will end her seven-year music hiatus later this year with a new album.
The 26-year-old singer, whose last album "Dignity" came out in 2007, will release the fifth set of her career under RCA Records, and is busy these days working on its lead song, "Chasing the Sun."
The said song will be made available for download on iTunes this coming Tuesday (July 29). Its music video has already been made and will be viewable through VEVO on the same day.
While explaining the song, Duff said: " 'Chasing the Sun' is a light and fun summer song that I hope helps people to feel a little more carefree."[…] Read more »
Justin Bieber shared previews of some of his unreleased songs on Instagram on Wednesday, sending his Beliebers into a state of frenzy. The 20-year-old pop star teased his fans with 11 previews but didn't disclose any further details about them.
The songs, it seems, are unfinished as a majority of them didn't even have names yet. One of those rare few with the titles is called "Cold Waters."
From the previews it is clear that the primary theme of Bieber's new musical content is about breaking up with his love interest and then getting on with his life.
At this point there is no way to tell whether or not these 11 songs will be a part of any future compilations of the Canadian singer. […] Read more »
Avicii will reportedly be teaming up with some of the biggest rock musicians on the planet for his second studio album.
The Electronic Dance Music DJ's follow up to his last year's debut disc "True" will feature Coldplay's Chris Martin, rock veteran Jon Bon Jovi and Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong, as per a news report published by the Rolling Stones magazine.
In addition to the big-name rock trio, the Swede's yet-unnamed album will also have a reggae collaboration with Wyclef Jean and Matisyahu. The song has apparently already been recorded but Avicii has yet to add his trademark touch to it. About the tune, he is quoted as saying: "I love it, but I don't know what to do with it yet."[…] Read more »
Justin Bieber has again become a nuisance for his neighborhood – so much that cops paid a visit to his luxury condo for a total of six times just last weekend.
The news has been broken by TMZ whose sources claim that the "Baby" crooner's neighbors registered four separate complaints against him on Saturday, resulting in visits by the police each time.
Apparently, the loud music that was being played on his rooftop was the problem. Despite all these complaints and subsequent police visits, the Canadian heartthrob wasn't cited as he complied each time to turn down the volume. Two separate complaints regarding fan misbehavior were also filed on the same day.
It's pertinent to mention here that Bieber is currently on probation and could have been in violation of his probation terms had he been cited by Beverly Hills Police Department.[…] Read more »
These days, Miley Cyrus’ shock act is starting to seem a bit tame. From getting tattoos on the spot at a party to her NBC concert special, the behavior that seemed borderline repulsive and dangerous a year ago now starts to look run-of-the-mill.
But Cyrus sort of senses this, which is why days after that dull NBC special a video surfaced of the singer losing her brain.
Called “Blonde SuperFreak Steals the Magic Brain,” the video features the former Hannah Montana star, Moby, and the Flaming Lips in a plot about what LSD does to your mind. As the Flaming Lips are various characters, Cyrus literally loses her gray – well, pinkish, in this case – matter.[…] Read more »
When recording an album, Kanye West seems to prefer keeping things under wraps, until he lets out a track or two for a select group to hear. He took this approach over a year ago with Yeezus and seems to be doing it again with its follow up.
Only this time, according to a KTT report from a private London party over the weekend, he didn’t just play a sampling – he went through 20 new tracks!
Following two performances at the Wireless Festival, West and Virgil went behind the DJ booth at a private club and played 20 tracks from his laptop. According to tweets from clubgoers that night, the new music sounds “dark” and “hellish” – which is sort of in line with My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy and Yeezus.[…] Read more »
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