After kicking off his eight-videos-in-eight-days campaign on Monday (July 14), "Weird Al" Yankovic has celebrated Tuesday's release of new album "Mandatory Fun" with a brand new clip, this time for the "Blurred Lines" parody "Word Crimes"
Just over a year ago, Lil Twist was pulled over by police en route to his buddy Justin Bieber's house. Twist was allegedly found under the influence of marijuana and failed sobriety tests, though he managed to somehow avoid a DUI charge.
Anyone wondering how that guy who grades albums like a damn college professor got a column in the bible of the music business should consider one factoid. At 72, that guy has been covering what we'll call rock and roll longer than anyone in America: 47 years, and not bored for five minutes running unless you count three-four hundred terrible opening acts.
The "Happy" singer/producer has been tapped to helm the soundtrack for "NBA 2K15," the upcoming installment of the best-selling basketball video game franchise, set for an Oct. 7 release in North America.
Which fan army is the strongest? Billboard hopes to answer that question with the Fan Army Face-Off, a bracket-style tournament in which various fan armies will square off to prove that they are unequivocally the loudest voices in the pop sphere.
"Weird Al" Yankovic is rolling out his new album, "Mandatory Fun," by releasing eight videos over the next eight days. The first one comes in the form of a parody of Pharrell's "Happy," one of the biggest singles of 2014 so far, dubbed "Tacky."
Throughout the World Cup, Rihanna was one of the tournament's biggest celebrity supporters. So when her beloved Germans captured the championship last night, it came as no surprise that the singer was right in the middle of the celebration.