Somehow the Internet got the idea Monday that Jason Derulo took a massive spill down the red carpet stairs during the Met Gala and Twitter erupted with misguided laughter in response. It turns out, the singer was nowhere near New York.
President Barack Obama joined David Letterman at the Ed Sullivan Theater Monday for that night's airing of 'The Late Show' and while he was there the two men on their way out of their respective offices took a minute to talk retirement plans.
Just like 2014 -- or any of the years prior to that -- life and music is full steam ahead for the Oak Ridge Boys. Four decades into their magical run together, the quartet continues to find themselves on the road with new projects to promote.
This summer, British electronic duo the Chemical Brothers will release Born in the Echoes, their first new album in five years due out July 17 on Astralwerks. Fans can get an early taste of the project today with "Go," the lead single featuring rapper Q-Tip of A Tribe Called Quest that premiered today on BBC Radio 1 as Annie Mac's "Hottest Record in the World."
The country singer Chris Stapleton releases a new album, 'Traveller,' tomorrow (May 5). It's Stapleton's solo debut at age 37, but you've been hearing him for years without knowing it: as a Nashville songwriter, he's written songs for nearly every big name in country music.
Dutch duo Vicetone is trying something new with their latest remix. With the pair's latest project, the Urban Cone and Tove Lo track "Come Back To Me," they're working on bringing a poppier, more accessible sound to their work.