People go to concerts to see the performers, of course, but watching the audience can often be every bit as entertaining. For the stars looking out from the stage, it’s often like giving and getting a show at the same time.
The realm of Twitter and Instagram beef has become de rigueur for rappers and pop singers looking to express their righteous indignation (and maybe publicize an album or new song in the meantime). Classic R&B singers, though, are less known for their provocative social media presence -- until today, that is.
Shamir Bailey, one of the music scene's hottest up-and-coming acts, is perhaps best known for his uniquely flexible voice. On Annie Mac's BBC Radio 1 show yesterday, he applied it to an unexpected cover: Kacey Musgraves' hit country single "Merry Go Round."
Heartless Bastards did a good deal of pre-production with producer John Congleton for their fifth studio album, 'Restless Ones.' But frontwoman Erika Wennerstrom confesses that she pushed her lyrics 'right up to the last minute' -- including for the track 'Black Cloud,' which is premiered here.
The Daily Show just announced that Trevor Noah will officially take over as the late night show's host on September 28. Jon Stewart already shared that his last day would be August 6, which allows for an almost two month long transition period.
Apparently it wasn't just the Golden State Warriors who felt #blessed after clinching the Western Conference title during last night's game against the Houston Rockets. Riley Curry (daughter of Warriors star point guard Steph Curry) sang Drake's memorable chorus to the Big Sean hit "Blessings" during the post-game press conference.