'Quick Hits' to feature artist interviews, behind-the-scenes footage.

The online videogame network GameTap has added a music entertainment program to its original line-up called “Quick Hits,” featuring interviews and behind-the-scenes footage of various artists.

The program debuts with Ice Cube, who is promoting his upcoming album “Laugh Now, Cry Later,” scheduled to street June 6. Other artists appearing in the future include Coheed & Cambria, Fall Out Boy and Ne-Yo.

Other music-related GameTap programs include “GamePads,” featuring celebrities discussing how videogames affect their lives; “GameTap 10,” a top 10 videogame countdown hosted by different artists; exclusive Web performances from such acts as The Flaming Lips and Gomez; and a library of music videos playable on demand.

GameTap is an arm of Turner Broadcasting.