Aside from a few sure things, this year’s Grammy field is particularly wide-open, with tons of potential nominees in each of the four major categories (album of the year, record of the year, song of the year and best new artist). Who will get the nods when Grammy season officially starts in a few months? Here are a few early predictions.
Those looking for a "Helena," or a return to the opera-rock of My Chemical Romance's 2006 winner 'The Black Parade', on former MCR lead singer Gerard Way's solo debut, 'Hesitant Alien,' should keep the receipt.
On 'Bringing Back The Sunshine,' the eighth studio disc from Blake Shelton, there are plenty of songs that will go hand in hand with weekend parties and celebrations, but if you look a little deeper into the album, you will see another side of the four-time CMA Male Vocalist of the Year.
One month ago, Weezer regretfully announced they were pushing back the release of their new album, Everything Will Be Alright in the End, from Sept. 30 to Oct. 7. Well, Sept. 30 is here, and so is the full Weezer album -- at least in streaming form.
Following up on his attack against Kim Kardashian in Paris last week, notorious celebrity "prankster" Vitalii Sediuk -- banned in the US -- attacked Ciara on a red carpet outside the Valentino fashion show.
The story of Krewella starts out like an American fable: Two sisters and one former boyfriend from a Chicago, Illinois suburb form a music group, and using some social media savvy, rocket to fame as headliners of popular EDM festivals worldwide. Unfortunately, now the trouble happens: Kris Trindl, a founding member, is suing sisters Jahan Yousaf and Yasmine Yousaf for at least $5 million for kicking him out of the group.
Have you heard about the scientists who sneak Bob Dylan lyrics into their writings? Lately, the internet has caught onto the story of a small group of Swedish scientists who take their Dylan fandom to very clinical levels.