Skrillex has previously worked with 2 Chainz, Ellie Goulding, A$AP Rocky and Sirah. Who else should join his exclusive club? Here are 10 artists that need to pick up the phone and give Skrillex a call — for their sakes and ours as well.
For Culture Club frontman George O’Dowd, better known to millions as Boy George, it was a great source of pride to have Caitlyn Jenner introduce his reunited band Friday night (July 24) before a sold-out crowd at L.A.’s Greek Theater. “To be here in America so soon after the Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage and at the birth of the Caitlyn phenomena feels so timely,” he says. “It feels perfect for my universe to collide with Caitlyn's but on a purely personal level I just think she is utterly fabulous and brave.”
On the next episode of Fox reality show Knock Knock Live, Justin Bieber gets in on the fun (courtesy of his pal Ryan Seacrest, who is one of the hosts) when he surprises a very special family in church.
Flavor Flav has fired his second lawyer in his New York traffic case and his plea deal is kaput. The rapper and reality TV star said Tuesday (July 28) in a Mineola courtroom that he doesn't deserve a felony charge.
Macklemore, whose been fairly quiet since finishing his press and tours for his 2012 smash album The Heist, broke his silence in a new cover story for the August/September 2015 issue of Complex. In the story, he discusses his growing family, his next album, and the price of fame -- read on for our five most important takeaways.
For more than a decade, Joss Stone has been a serial genre-hopper. Switching from R&B to blues, funk to rock, the 28-year-old Brit has powered six albums with soulful vocals beyond her years, attracting stars like Raphael Saadiq and Questlove to collaborate. Seventh LP Water for Your Soul is yet another pivot, into soul-splashed reggae indebted to Damien Marley, Stone's bandmate in all-star group SuperHeavy (along with Mick Jagger, Dave Stewart and A.R. Rahman), who encouraged her to embrace the sound and assisted with production.
Fetty Wap’s 80-spot jump to No. 7 on the Hot 100 with “My Way,” reported yesterday, increased the total number of rap songs in the chart’s top 10 to four, as the track joined Silento’s “Watch Me” (No. 3), Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again,” featuring Charlie Puth, (No. 5) and fellow Fetty Wap tune “Trap Queen” (No. 6) in the upper rung.