We know that Naughty Boy (real name: Shahid Khan) and Malik have worked together before, on material that was previously positioned for One Direction. We also know that 1D fans are not happy with Naughty Boy, who engaged in a Twitter standoff with the group’s Louis Tomlinson prior to Monday’s demo release. However, what else is known about the 30-year-old producer-songwriter currently shaping Malik’s first batch of solo music?
Hitting up a festival this summer? There's a good chance you'll be running into Australia's latest export, electronic/hip-hop duo Hermitude. The Sydney duo, Luke Dubber (aka Luke Dubs) and Angus Stuart (aka El Gusto), have collaborated since they were 16 and 11.
Can you believe that we’re already on the tenth edition of "Mortal Combat"? The long-running video game franchise is set to release "Mortal Combat X" on April 14, and it got System of a Down bassist Shavo Odadjian to direct its new commercial.
Ed Sheeran, who is preparing to kick-off his North American tour in May, has just announced that he's extending the already almost sold-out series of shows with another run through the States in September.
Pedro Winter, a prominent figure in the Paris music scene who managed Daft Punk for more than a decade, says Boston Bun represents the new French sound. Billboard has the first look at his new music video.
Blues Traveler have gradually received the music industry runaround ever since the top 10 success of 'Four' 20 years ago. Since then, they’ve released albums every few years on a variety of labels with diminishing returns. That’s why they decided to take a thinking out-of-the-box approach to their 12th studio album, 'Blow Up the Moon,' which comes out April 7.
Coaches Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Pharrell Williams had all used their final steals going into tonight’s third round of the Knockouts, leaving only Christina Aguilera with the ability to steal one of the contestants sent home on Tuesday's episode of 'The Voice.'
Seattle's Capitol Hill Block Party is announcing the initial lineup of the 2015 festival today, exclusively via Billboard. Now in its 18th year, the Block Party, which takes place July 24-26, will feature TV On The Radio, The Kills, Ratatat, Toro y Moi, Built to Spill, and Jamie xx as headliners.
May 5 can't come soon enough. And with only a month or so until "Pretty Girls" officially hits the streets, Britney Spears' collaborator Iggy Azalea is dishing on how the track evolved into its current incarnation.