Entertainment Cruise Productions announces its first annual Gospel Music Cruise hosted by Grammy winners Kirk Franklin and Regina Belle. Performers include Kirk Franklin, Yolanda Adams and Tye Tribbett.
In case you ever doubted poptimism, here is Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” being covered by one of the realest bands in punk or D.I.Y. or whatever you want to call it over the past decade. It’s Screaming Females putting their spin on the mega-hit.
Class Actress’ Movies, due June 23 (via Casablanca/Republic), is an EP inspired by the films of 80s excess, glamour and self-discovery that co-executive producer Giorgio Moroder helped directly shape. And lead single “More Than You,” which Harper co-wrote with Bogart, is the most convincing mission statement: in its brand-new music video, Harper portrays the Class Actress character as a dangerously sexy melange of the types of women she found herself observing in the corridors of iconic L.A. locales like the Beverly Hills Hotel, all while slinking her breathy falsetto atop slinky synth beats.
Natalie La Rose is tapping another hip-hop collab in "Around The World," the follow up to her smash-hit Jeremih duet "Somebody." This time, it's genre's current golden boy Fetty Wap -- together, they sing an ode to international love over the uptempo, dancefloor-friendly beat.
The video of Chino y Nacho's "Me Voy Enamorando," featuring Farruko, has accrued 20 million views in just two weeks. In an exclusive Billboard interview, they tell us all about the story behind the make you laugh, make you cry video shot in their native Venezuela.
Demi Lovato was apparently on the scene when Los Angeles Lakers star Nick Young popped the question to her friend Iggy Azalea on Monday night (June 1), and the pop star is thrilled for the “Fancy” rapper.
Amy Heidemann and Nick Noonan, the plucky couple that forms Karmin, is back with their first musical project since splitting with Epic Records — and they’ve moved on from hip-hop covers to astrology musings.
Back on Dec 8, 1997 Metallica played the Reload epic “The Unforgiven II” on the Billboard Music Awards. It took them 17 years to play it again, when they brought it out at Gelsenkirchen, Germany’s Rock Im Revier festival on May 29.