The reflexive reaction for most people upon seeing Tuesday night's (Mar. 28) Instagram photo, posted by Justin Timberlake, of the pop star hanging out with his old producer cronies Pharrell and Timbaland, was -- of course -- one of pure joy. But it's worth asking if maybe Timberlake would be better off finding some new creative partners.
After months of will-he-or-won't-he suspense, it appears the matter has finally been settled: Bob Dylan will physically accept his Nobel Prize for Literature this weekend (April 1-2), when he arrives in Sweden to play a pair of Stockholm dates.
Late-night host James Coren repped for his home country's pop music on Tuesday night (Mar. 28) with a guest appearance from British girl group Little Mix. The group played their 'Glory Days' single "Touch," giving the dancehall-flavored hit the spirited performance it deserves, delighting their screaming fans.
Railway commuters getting on or off at London's St. Pancras station on Wednesday morning (Mar. 29) were given an unexpected early-morning treat: R&B star John Legend, singing a couple of his biggest hits and tickling the ivories of the piano that's long been a fixture of the station.
In the early-to-mid '00s, the only pop star/producer combo that could rival Justin Timberlake and Pharrell for musical potency and blockbuster potential was probably Justin Timberlake and Timbaland. Now, we might get all three of them collaborating together -- and more.
R&B breakout singer-songwriter Sampha visited the BBC's Live Lounge today (Mar. 28) for an interview and performance. Sampha delivered a rendition of a song by his longtime collaborator Drake, whose More Life album Sampha essentially gets his own track on ("4422").
The story of teenage fan Katie Bell's tragic death caught the attention of Perry herself, who tweeted out a Twitter video of Katie's this morning (Mar. 28), along with the message "We see you angel and we love and will miss you. KC's, light a candle for Katie. Rest In Peace."