The featured singer on The Chainsmokers' smash "Roses" shares her new music and favorite love songs. "I grew up checking the Billboard charts every week and dreaming of the day I'd see my name," she beams.
Shortly after being announced as the headliner for this year's Field Day and booking an appearance at Justin Vernon's Eaux Claire Festival the brilliant Brit has pulled the lace curtain off of "Modern Soul" during his long-running BBC1 residency.
Kanye West unveiled his new album T.L.O.P. yesterday (Feb. 11) and a certain line about Taylor Swift has generated a great deal of controversy. "Orange Is the New Black" actress Ruby Rose is among those not taking ‘Ye’s lyric lightly.
Rock 'n roll legend Sting will be lighting up the 2016 NBA All-Star Games with a special halftime performance. On Sunday night at Toronto's Air Canada Centre (Feb. 14), the former Police frontman will be polishing up his classic catalog while also maintaining the element of surprise for both newcomers and his hardcore fan base.
As Donald Trump's unlikely presidential ascendance continues, everyone from political pundits to musicians are expressing (increasingly resigned) bafflement at his Teflon-like ability to emerge unscathed from attacks at every angle.
Shares of Apple were down 10 percent this year as of Feb. 8. Wall Street is worried about where growth will come from in the future, with some analysts predicting that CEO Tim Cook either wants or will be forced to use some of the $206 billion Apple has saved up to go on a buying spree.
Yesterday (Feb. 11), Kanye West unveiled his new album "T.L.O.P.," which features the line, "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / Why? I made that bitch famous." One day after the heavily hyped Madison Square Garden performance, Kanye took to Twitter to defend the controversial Taylor Swift reference.