50 years after Bob Dylan's classic "Like A Rolling Stone" was released, the legendary song officially has a music video to go with it. And not only is it a music video: it's interactive! Hosted on Bob Dylan's website, the video was made to promote the singer/songwriter's The Complete Album Collection Volume 1.
New York Magazine has just released their latest issue with country-turned-pop sensation Taylor Swift on the cover. The tagline that accompanies the close-up shot of her face states "Not Katy. Not Miley. Not Gaga. Why Taylor Swift Is The Biggest Pop Star In The World". Known best for turning her infamous romantic relationships into huge songs, the article breaks down the factor behind the huge title they lay on the famous singer.
Rihanna is still releasing singles from her seventh studio album Unapologetic, which dropped just over a year ago. Spawning huge hits like "Diamonds" and "Stay", the album is well-known to be quite emotional in its lyrical content for the Barbadian star, and it's showcased in the latest single off the record. "What Now" is a tale about losing an important love and not feeling quite whole, despite appearing just fine to the rest of the world.
UK songstress Lily Allen has been taking a break from the spotlight for the past two years, starting a family with husband Sam Cooper and keeping low-profile on her recording plans. She hinted at a few instances that she had new music on her Twitter account, and then out of nowhere, she dropped the music video for her new single "Hard Out Here".
The musical performers at the 2013 Victoria's Secret fashion show have been announced, and Taylor Swift is one of them. Executive VP of Specials and Events at CBS, Jack Sussman, has this to say about selecting Swift: "If a mad scientist were asked to create the perfect combination of the beauty of a Victoria’s Secret Angel with the ultimate talent and creativity from today’s music scene, the answer would be simple — Taylor Swift."
After his big win at the YouTube Music Awards for Artist Of The Year, as well as the release of his highly-anticipated comeback album The Marshall Mathers LP 2, Eminem has even more good news to celebrate these days. The "Rap God" has been burning up the Billboard charts, specifically with his hit with Rihanna, "The Monster", which debuted at no.1 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop songs chart.
With her guest vocal spot on Eminem's track "The Monster" from his latest record The Marshall Mathers LP 2, Rihanna has scored her 25th record in the top 10 of the Top 100 chart on Billboard. The duet between the two superstars debuted Billboard Hot 100 chart at the no.3 spot, which is already huge, but now Rihanna is tied with Elvis Presley who holds the same title.
Taking place on January 8th, 2014, the 40th annual People's Choice Award nominations were recently announced, and in the music sector, Katy Perry leads the pack with 5 nominations. One Direction follow up her lead with 3 nominations, and popular artists included in the nominees list are Britney Spears, Demi Lovato, Miley Cyrus, and Justin Timberlake.
Lady Gaga's upcoming record ARTPOP isn't officially hitting the shelves until Tuesday, November 11th, but iTunes Radio is streaming the entire thing a week early to the delight of Little Monsters everywhere. It could be Gaga's most ambitious album ever, with her musical influences ranging from hip-hop to heavy electronica to woozy R&B.
Sunday, November 3rd marked the very first YouTube Music Awards, being broadcast online through the popular video hosting site. Hosted by actor and fellow musician Jason Schwartzman, the awards show honored the music videos that went viral in 2013, and even had some of the world's biggest artists perform at the event. Lady Gaga debuted her latest ARTPOP track "Dope", while Arcade Fire showcased a 'live music video' for their Reflektor song "Afterlife".