He’s sold over 500,000 albums, his 2013 Long. Live. ASAP album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and he’s earned the industry’s respect for his uncompromising and obscure lyricism. It would be a fair assessment to call hip-hop artist A$AP Rocky, who covers the new issue of Billboard, a master of words -- so naturally, we were curious about what comes to mind when he hears specific ones.
The Willis Clan could definitely qualify as a modern-day Von Trapp Family. Parents Toby and Brenda and their twelve children have carved out quite the reputation for their musical skills, landing on such television series as America's Got Talent and The Today Show. Their talents have also won them the attention of the Grand Ole Opry, where they have performed many times during their career.
Miley Cyrus is continuing to prove that there is, most assuredly, life after twerking with Robin Thicke -- beyond collaborating with the Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne and continuing to #FreeTheNipple whenever possible, the former teen idol is now starting her own charity to aid homeless youth and also to raise awareness about LGBT issues.
The Oasis brothers have vitriolic opinions on seemingly everything under the sun, so it should come as no surprise that in a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Noel Gallagher shared his detailed thoughts on Zayn Malik's sex life.
Throughout her career, Spears has excelled alongside vocal collaborators — from Madonna to Pharrell to will.i.am to her sister, Jamie Lynn — but there are still a handful of artists and producers she has yet to link up with.
Taylor Swift started her 1989 Tour at Tokyo Dome in the city’s Suidobashi district on Tuesday night. The 55,000 seat cylindrical stadium was packed to the hilt, and the organizers placed light-emitting wristbands on every seat so the entire crowd illuminated and changed colors in unison.
The guitar solo is under siege on country radio, and even the artists whose identities are tied to their in-concert musicianship are required to pick their spots to step out on their recordings if they expect them to get played.
Beyoncé's Givenchy Met Gala dress reminded a lot of people of the classic TV show, I Dream of Jeannie -- particularly with her super-retro high ponytail. But did the eternally glamorous singer actually have more current wardrobe inspiration?
Vance Joy will be playing the biggest venues of his career thanks to Taylor Swift, who's bringing the rising folk star on the road for her upcoming 1989 world tour. As a thank-you of sorts to T-Swift, Joy has shared a cover of "I Know Places," the soaring pop-rock non-single from her blockbuster 1989 album.