La Roux's sophomore album "Trouble In Paradise" is due out next Tuesday (July 22), but is now streaming in full at iTunes. Elly Jackson's synth-pop project has also announced a fall North American tour to follow her handful of summer live dates, which continue next month with a few European festival dates.
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"
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.
"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."
Country superstar Kenny Chesney will return this September with a new studio album, "The Big Revival," and the veteran singer-songwriter has revealed the upcoming full-length's official artwork exclusively on Billboard.com.