In honor of the 6 God’s NBA celebration (Nov. 25), the Toronto Raptors installed a “Hotline Bling” booth for fans to get their GIF on at the Air Canada Centre as they take on the Cleveland Cavaliers at tonight’s home game.
Eagles of Death Metal have conducted their first interview since the horrific attack on their Nov. 13 Paris concert, which left at least 90 dead. Vice announced the interview on Nov. 22 and this afternoon (Nov. 25) it was posted to their website.
iHeartRadio recently pulled together some chin-stroking data from its 75 million users to see what stuck across stations in 2015. R&B was the top-ranking genre overall, followed by Pop, Rap, Country and Latin, respectively.
Let’s just get it out of the way. Charlie Puth and Meghan Trainor are not dating. Their mega makeout at the American Music Awards was totally planned. He’s ready for his next stage appearance as part of the iHeartRadio Jingle Ball, for which he’s created a mobile studio on his tour bus.
Since launching in 2013, Skrillex's free release label NEST has emerged as an open-format tastemaker that showcases rising youngsters and savvy veterans alike. Its latest release comes courtesy of the latter.
Atlanta-rapper Waka Flocka Flame has dropped latest mixtape Flockaveli 1.5 to serve as the interim listening-tease for the wait of presumably soon-to-be-released Flockaveli 2. Listen to it below or stream here.
The One Direction boys talk about the various inspirations for each of the songs on Made in the A.M., what exactly they mean, and they reflect on the pace of having recorded five albums in five years. Read on for some track highlights.