BIGBANG has released just eight new songs as a group since their last outing, but still brought their Made world to North America with the U.S. leg ended by another two-night stint in Newark. The band's show created a powerful statement that positions BIGBANG not as the boy band of the future anymore, but as complicated individuals going through their twenties.
Max Emerson is a model, actor, host and author with more than a quarter-million followers on Instagram. (You may have also seen him as the featured man candy in Adore Delano’s music video “DTF.”) Now, he can add singer to his resume, as he recently released his first single, “Not Enough,” featuring Tom Goss.
GOT7 fans clearly weren't "Mad" about the K-pop boy band's latest release. The K-pop boy band celebrate their second No. 1 on World Albums along with their first appearance on Heatseekers Albums chart with their new 'Mad' EP.
Cole Swindell has had plenty of career highlights in 2015, taking home the new artist of the year trophy at the Academy of Country Music Awards back in April and adding to his growing list of hits, with "Ain't Worth the Whiskey" topping Billboard's Country Airplay chart in April and current single "Let Me See Ya Girl" moving up to No. 7 on the chart this week. The Warner Bros. recording artist tells Billboard that he's still surprised by his continuing success.
Goldenvoice and FNGRS CRSSD's collaborative venture, CRSSD Festival, continued on Sunday, Oct. 11. With weekend passes sold out, thousands descended upon San Diego's Waterfront Park for the second day of the festival.
Former N.W.A manager Jerry Heller has been open about his opinion of recent biopic Straight Outta Compton, saying in a recent profile, “The movie has nothing to do with what we did.” Heller has been presenting his own version of events in a number of different interviews -- the most recent of which contains some fairly shocking allegations about Death Row co-founder Suge Knight, as well as Ice Cube.