Hailee Steinfeld visited the Tonight Show to promote her semi-provocative first single, "Love Myself." Though the song's literal take on self-love has raised a few eyebrows, Steinfeld's late-night debut as a performer (and not an actress promoting a film) went smoothly.
Taylor Swift liking your song isn't quite the same as just any person liking your song. Rather than counting on a few Spotify streams or (maybe) a 99 cent iTunes Store purchase, those chosen by Taylor get exposed to her millions of social media followers, almost all of whom take her word as gospel. Artists like Kelsea Ballerini and Rachel Platten owe their first big career bumps to Taylor cosigns.
Howard Stern probably shouldn't expect Roger Waters to make a guest appearance on the shock-jock's show anytime soon, not after absolutely lambasting the former Pink Floyd front-man for his anti-Israel activism.
With a managing résumé that has included Lady Gaga, Lindsey Stirling, Meghan Trainor and John Legend, Troy Carter has plenty of experience navigating the waters of the music industry, but this Friday, he will dive headfirst into the Shark Tank. In his words, he's ready to “have some fun.”
Kanye West seems to hold his wife Kim Kardashian's reality show 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' to higher esteem than the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. In a recent interview, he said the show should have "plenty of Emmys by now."
Lady Gaga is offering up more details about American Horror Story: Hotel. The pop star, who makes her acting debut in the fifth installment of the FX anthology series from uber producer Ryan Murphy, says that the upcoming season revolves around addiction.
Rick Ross released a single from his upcoming album today (Oct. 6). The track, titled 'Sorry,' features Chris Brown. The single comes ahead of Ross' 8th studio album Black Market which is due out in December.
With Lollapalooza’s 2015 Chicago weekend in the books, the transcontinental music festival has announced the lineup for its 2016 South American run. Eminem, Florence + the Machine, Jack U, and Mumford & Sons will lead the bill in Brazil, Argentina, and Chile in March 2016.
Paper magazine is taking a look back at the fallen icons of hip-hop with contemporary rappers paying tribute. This week, Kendrick Lamar talks about Eazy-E and the influence and revolution the N.W.A rapper had.