For Jam, the 35-year-old Puerto Rican singer currently living in Colombia, “El Perdon” represents more than just a breakout single — it’s a shot at redemption for an artist whose career was derailed by drugs and alcohol a half-decade ago.
In a Billboard exclusive premiere, synth pop duo Great Good Fine Ok asks fans to "Take it Or Leave It" with the dazzling visual for their new single. Choreographed by Chris Chawi, who linked with the band on Instagram, the video turns the Santa Monica pier into a dance floor.
Tonight was the last round of the Blind Auditions and the last chance for artists to secure spots on the respective teams of season-nine coaches Gwen Stefani, Pharrell, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine. Each coach started out the night with only two spots left on their teams, so they had to be very selective with tonight’s artists.
Rihanna opened up about her personal life in a new interview with Vanity Fair for their November cover, her third magazine cover in the past two months. The star spoke candidly about her past relationships, including most famously Chris Brown, as well as her thoughts on Rachel Dolezal, celebrity, and more.
More music has just been released from the upcoming rarities and B-sides companion album to Montage of Heck, this year's Kurt Cobain documentary. This time, it's a demo of "Sappy," a typically melancholy song that would eventually evolve into Nirvana's "Verse Chorus Verse."
Nick Carter knows as well as anyone that there's no way to win over the hearts and minds of the people like nostalgia. So naturally, for Dancing With The Stars' "most memorable year"-themed episode, he picked 1992, the year he joined Howie, A.J., Kevin, and Brian in forming one of the decade's most important musical phenomenae: The Backstreet Boys.
A measure dubbed the "Britney bill" that would exempt stars who play at least four nights in Atlantic City from having to pay state income taxes on all shows in New Jersey that year is a step closer to becoming law.
Last week Justin Bieber made a joke on Snapchat many assumed was calling out One Direction for choosing the same release date as his much anticipated fourth studio album. Now Bieber has doubled down with some more serious commentary.