TLC, Katy Perry, and Jennifer Lopez are the latest artists set to hit the stage at the 2013 American Music Awards on Sunday, November 24.
Britney Spears’ upcoming eighth studio album ‘Britney Jean’ will feature appearances from will.i.am, T.I., and her little sister Jamie Lynn Spears.
Outspoken English singer-songwriter Lily Allen has come back swinging and she’s taking aim at a few fellow pop artists in her new video for “Hard Out Here.”
Pop singer Hilary Duff has denounced rumors that she’s “working on a baby” and revealed that she is working on her next studio album instead.
After just 5 weeks Drake’s ‘Nothing Was the Same’ has sold over one million copies, becoming the fastest rap set to reach the fete this year.
Eminem is set to debut at #1 on the Billboard 200 Albums chart next week with his eighth studio album, ‘The Marshall Mathers LP 2,’ which was released yesterday, November 5, 2013.
Katy Perry has dethroned Justin Bieber as the most followed celebrity on Twitter, boasting 46,716,574 followers while Bieber counts 46,612,927.
The Weeknd is set to open for Justin Timberlake, beginning Wednesday, November 6th at the Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.
In support of her new album Matangi, M.I.A.’s mini Fall tour is set to hit Los Angeles on November 11th and 12th.
Genre-bending Atlanta songstress BOSCO drops a seductive new electro R&B tune titled, “Slippin’.”
Jhené Aiko pays homage to John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s infamous 1969 “bed-in” protests during the Vietnam War with her latest video offering for “Bed Peace.”
Britney Spears has shared the official album artwork for ‘Britney Jean,’ the singer’s “most personal album” to date, and also penned an open letter to fans.
Alicia Keys’ “Better You, Better Me” is an empowering R&B ballad featured on the soundtrack for ‘The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete,’ a riveting coming of age drama film about two inner city kids trying to fend for themselves.
Danielle Curiel, the director and star of Prince’s “Breakfast Can Wait” video, is a quintuple threat at just 18 years old. She can sing, dance, act, create quite the visual experience, and she’s an absolute knock-out.
Fans of neo-soul songbird Amel Larrieux have waited 4 years for the release of ‘Ice Cream Everyday’ which will finally debut Tuesday, October 22nd.
Celia Cruz’s rich Latin music legacy is honored by Google Doodle on what would have been her 88th birthday.