Diplo and Skrillex are kind enough to release a surprise song for fans to enjoy. The surprise song, titled "Where Are You Now", is featured on their debut LP "Jack U" and has pop star Justin Bieber lending his voice.
Darren Criss has become the first "Glee" star to write original songs for the show. The actor, who plays Blaine Anderson, co-wrote "Rise" with friends Theo Katzman, Sam Hollander, Andrew Thielk, Eddie Montilla and Korey Richmond for the March 6 episode of the show.
Iggy Azalea debuts a music video in support of "Trouble", the single off "Reclassified" which is basically the renewed version of her debut LP "The New Classic". The Australian femcee shares screen with her featured guest Jennifer Hudson. She channels her inner bad girl and gets arrested by Hudson's cop character.
After bashing the likes of Taylor Swift and Beck in the past, Kanye West now gets criticized by fellow musicians such as Lionel Richie and Liam Gallagher. The rapper takes the heat over his performance at BRIT Awards this week.
Missy Elliott is apparently planning a collaboration with fellow Virginia native Pharrell Williams. The raptress revealed that she's working with the Grammy-winning hitmaker with a photo she shared on Twitter on Thursday, February 26.
A number of musicians are joining forces for a compilation album to accompany the upcoming Broadway musical "Finding Neverland". Republic Record has announced that the set called "Finding Neverland (Songs From the Musical)" is set for release on April 21.
Ariana Grande finally kicked off her "Honeymoon" tour on Wednesday night, February 25 in Kansas City. During the show, the singer treated concertgoers to a new song she worked on with one of her supporting acts Cashmere Cat.
Sam Smith was one of the biggest winners at the 2015 Grammy Awards earlier this month. The British sensation won in four different categories including Best New Artist and Song of the Year for his hit "Stay With Me", but he's just revealed that he has yet to receive any of the trophies.
Rising to prominence for her participation on Lifetime's reality series "Dance Moms", JoJo Siwa has confirmed she is about to release her debut single in April later this year. The track, titled "I Can Make You Dance", was written by JoJo herself with the help of her producer Steven Venatic.
Nearly three weeks after he almost crashed Beck's acceptance speech at the Grammys, Kanye West wants the world to know he's deeply sorry. On Thursday, February 26, the rapper unexpectedly took to Twitter to apologize to the multi-instrumentalist as well as Bruno Mars.
While fans are eagerly waiting for his new album, Kendrick Lamar has treated Prince Jackson to a private listening session. The Compton rapper recently met with the son of the late legend Michael Jackson and let him listen to a few of his new songs.
Scarlett Johansson's supergroup The Singles hasn't even been around for a week, but they are already facing legal issues. Just a few days after the all-girl band premiered their first single, another L.A.-based band with the same name issued a cease-and-desist order to the actress' reps, alleging copyright infringement.
Robin Thicke turned a Los Angeles federal courtroom into a stage. On Wednesday, February 25. the singer sang, played piano and even danced a little bit as he took the stand in a trial that will decide whether his 2013 hit "Blurred Lines" infringed on Marvin Gaye's 1977 song "Gotta Give It Up."
It seems Kelly Clarkson just couldn't get enough of releasing new songs as she has just unleashed another one titled "Take You High". The track, thus, marked the fourth track off the singer's upcoming studio album "Piece By Piece" that has just been released.
Imagine Dragons' "Smoke + Mirrors" has officially opened at No. 1 on Billboard 200. The Las Vegas-based band's second studio effort, which becomes their first album to top the chart, debuts with 195,000 equal units comprising of 172,000 pure album sales.
Madonna had a painful-looking and embarrassing incident when she took the stage at the 2015 BRIT Awards at London's O2 Arena on Wednesday night, February 25. The iconic diva, who performed at the show for the first time in 20 years, was closing out the festivities with her "Living for Love" when she fell on the stage.
Actress-singer Taryn Manning has premiered the music video of her single "All the Way". The video was directed by James Defina and produced by BYNON. Shooting took place in California, E! News reported.