25 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Kanye West says he shouldn't be criticized for being expressive.
25 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Ariana Grande, Maroon 5, Pharrell Williams and Tim McGraw are among the acts slated to perform on the upcoming A Very Grammy Christmas, which airs...
25 October, 2014 - MTV.com
A drunk man in his 80s confused actress Mindy Kaling with activist Malala Yousafzai at an after-party for the New Yorker Festival.
25 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Willow Smith performed at The FADER's CMJ concert last night with surprise guests Jaden Smith and SZA, and we were there. Watch the videos.
25 October, 2014 - RollingStone.com
Beady Eye have disbanded, Liam Gallagher revealed in a tweet Saturday. "Beady Eye are no longer. Thanks for all your support," the former Oasis singer wrote. Gallagher's fellow Oasis mate and Beady Eye guitarist Andy Bell added, "Thanks to all the Beady Eye fans. I had a blast. See you on the other side. Big Love." A representative for the band did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Watch Noel Gallagher Dissect Oasis' Legendary Fights Following the Oasis breakup in the summer of 2009, Gallagher invited Bell as well as Oasis' guitarist Gem Archer and drummer Chris Sharrock to join him in "something new." The band released a pair of well-regarded studio albums, 2011's Different Gear, Still Speeding and 2013's BE, but never reached the Britpop heights of their previous entity. Earlier this year, Beady Eye canceled their two Coachella slots "for reasons beyond our control," the band tweeted at the time without going into further detail. In fact, that February 28th announcement regarding Coachella was the last time Beady Eye's social media accounts posted anything, and their official website's news section has been dormant since early February 2014. A month later, the band split with manager Scott Rodger. The band's final shows together were two concerts in Japan in March 2014. While NME writes that fans are already clamoring for an Oasis reunion following the Beady Eye split, especially with the (What's The Story) Morning Glory? 20th anniversary reissue out, Noel Gallagher is currently working on his High Flying Birds project. That outfit will release their new LP Chasing Yesterday in March 2015. The album's final track, "The Ballad of the Mighty I" features former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr, who recently brought out Noel Gallagher to perform Iggy Pop's "Lust for Life" during a show at London's O2 Academy Brixton. Related Liam Gallagher Blasts Oasis Reissue Oasis Detail Upcoming '(What's the Story) Morning Glory?' Reissue See Noel Gallagher and Johnny Marr Jam on Iggy Pop
25 October, 2014 - MTV.com
New reports are explaining why millennials hate voice mails so much.
25 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
As news broke of Cream bassist Jack Bruce’s death on Saturday (Oct. 25) at the age of 71, the music world paid tribute to the virtuoso bassist,...
25 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Drake celebrates his birthday by Shmoney Dancing at a Dave & Busters in Times Square.
25 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
AT THE START OF 1980, BARBRA STREISAND, then 37, was in the middle of a red-hot streak on the Billboard Hot 100, having landed eight consecutive top...
25 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Jack Bruce, the virtuoso bassist, bandleader, songwriter and singer best known for his tenure with Cream during the 1960s, passed away Saturday (Oct...
25 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Rainn Wilson has dropped Vine star Curtis Lepore from his new show "Hollywood and Vine" following backlash surrounding Lepore's rape trial that concluded earlier this year.
25 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Willow Smith's transition from a kiddie-pop princess to an oddball-R&B teen queen continued on Friday night (Oct. 24), as the 13-year-old singer...
25 October, 2014 - RollingStone.com
After six years of announcing the nominees of Music's Biggest Night during a primetime concert, the Grammy Awards are mixing things up for the 57th annual ceremony. Gone is Grammy Nominations Concert Live, and in its place comes A Very Grammy Christmas Special, which will air on December 5th on CBS. Ariana Grande, Pharrell Williams, Maroon 5 and Tim McGraw have been recruited for the holiday special, which will conclude with an extra gift for five artists: An Album of the Year Grammy nomination. The Grammys' 25 Best and Worst Moments The Grammys' primetime nomination concerts kicked off in 2008, but after declining ratings in recent years, the Grammys will now begin announcing their nominees with a morning ceremony on December 5th, the same day their holiday concert airs. Nomination in 82 of the 83 Grammy categories will be revealed over the course of that day, but the artists up for the biggest trophy – Album of the Year – won't be unveiled until the conclusion of the Very Grammy Christmas special. The holiday-themed concert will feature each of the artists performing their latest hits along with seasonal favorites. Grande, Williams and Maroon 5 will also share their favorite holiday memories as well as discuss what being nominated for a Grammy means to them. The 57th annual Grammy Awards will air Sunday, February 8th, from Los Angeles' Staples Center. According to Variety, part of the reason the Grammy Nominations Live Concert struggled in recent years is because it was broadcast live with a 10 p.m. start time on the East Coast and a 7 p.m. start in the West, which was both too late and too early. That won't be an issue this year: A Very Grammy Christmas will be prerecorded at Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium on November 18th, with a 9 p.m. broadcast on December 5th on both coasts. Tickets for the all-star performance are available now through Ticketmaster. Producers promise additional performers will be announced shortly. Related U2 Now Eligible for Grammys After Initial Refusal Grammys Draw Huge Ratings Ariana Grande, Meghan Trainor to Sing on CMA Awards
25 October, 2014 - RollingStone.com
The live Christmas concerts of pop radio stations – the Jingle Balls and their competitors – serve as report cards on the state of the Top 40 and annual demonstrations of terrestrial radio's muscle. Last night, at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, the Jingle Ball season got started early, as CBS Radio organized their annual "We Can Survive" benefit – which contributes the modest sum of $2 from each ticket to help breast cancer survivors – hosting brief sets by Sia, Paramore, Iggy Azalea, Lady Antebellum, Taylor Swift, Alicia Keys, Ariana Grande, and Pharrell Williams, plus special guests Jennifer Lopez and Gwen Stefani. Lessons gleaned from a consistently entertaining evening of music mostly sung by women: Taylor Swift is ready to take over the pop world (although it remains to be seen whether it's ready for her), you get more bang for your buck with a confetti cannon than a T-shirt cannon and there has never been a better time to invest in a line of crystal-encrusted clothes.  Cover Story: The Reinvention of Taylor Swift   Swift, just 24, was the most commanding personality on the stage and the one most frequently name-checked by other artists, many of whom seemed aware they were playing in her shadow. She did four songs: "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together," the new "Out of the Woods" (from her upcoming album 1989, which she made sure to mention was out on Monday), "I Knew You Were Trouble" and recent single "Shake It Off." Interestingly, "Out of the Woods" varied her approach the most, sounding like a moody Peter Gabriel track. Swift worked the crowd into a sing-along froth, danced like a happy antelope and used the word "frenemies" when introducing "Shake It Off": In short, she seemed like a presumptive pop queen just waiting for her official coronation. While Swift is no longer even paying lip service to the country market, Lady Antebellum has been careful to maintain their identity as country stars, even after having smash pop singles such as "Need You Now" and "Just a Kiss." Although their music sounds more like Imagine Dragons than Johnny Cash, they made sure to name-check "country radio." And when they hyped Swift, who followed them onstage, singer Charles Kelley joked, "She's coming up soon, but she's got to listen to us first, damn it." Sporting a blue hat, Pharrell Williams closed the show – and he also opened it, with a 5 pm set dubbed "Citi's Pre-Show Soundtrack Experience with Pharrell Williams." (It was that kind of corporate-sponsored event.) The opening set was nominally a soundcheck, but since Williams chose to do it with his troupe of female dancers but not his live band, it was more an opportunity to see those dancers precisely executing moves while dressed in workout clothes, with Williams shuffling around the stage as if he had low blood sugar. When he returned to the Bowl stage five hours later, however, the glucose was back, and the performance included solo hits such as "Happy" as well as his production work on "Hot in Herre" and "Blurred Lines," which he sang more deftly than Robin Thicke. For "Hollaback Girl," he was joined by his fellow Voice judge Gwen Stefani and happily shifted into being her hype-man. Of all the performers, Williams spoke the most about cancer, saying that it killed both of his grandmothers and praising those battling it who are "not giving up on the chemo." The evening's other major guest star was Jennifer Lopez, who joined Iggy Azalea for their song "Booty" and finished by turning her back to the audience to shake her famous posterior. For the rest of her set, Azalea spat out rapid-fire rhymes in her Australia-by-way-of-Miami accent, joined by a crew of female dancers wearing black-and-white bodysuits that looked like they were designed by comics artist Jim Steranko. Azalea's appeal often seems to be that she's classing up baser urges – but that trick is the foundation of civilization. During a lovely performance, Sia demonstrated that there are reasons to have your back to the audience other than showing off your gluteus maximus: She performed all her songs while facing an upstage wall, never once looking at the Hollywood Bowl crowd (although she did politely thank them between songs). While she sang tunes like "Diamonds" and "Big Girls Cry," two female dancers in matching blonde pageboy haircuts (or maybe wigs), writhed around the stage, providing the pop psychodrama that she's unwilling to provide herself. A very pregnant Alicia Keys did a rousing three-song set, starting with "Empire State of Mind (Part II)" – when you can get a Los Angeles crowd standing and cheering to your tribute to New York City, while you sit at the piano, you clearly have some juice left in your career. Ariana Grande is the pop princess of the moment, and while it remains to be seen whether this is the beginning of a brilliant career or just her one glorious season, she seems to be enjoying the ride. Although she complained of technical difficulties, she gamely persisted with her set: A wire dangled from her body for most of the show, suggesting either that she had a malfunctioning earpiece or is actually a cyborg. Grande opened her set with "Break Free," but apparently couldn't convince Iggy Azalea to stick around a couple of hours to reprise her guest appearance. Paramore lead singer Hayley Williams had the most distinctive fashion choice of the night: She wore a costume that made her look like a superhero, with a pink cape and a bright blue lightning bolt on her chest. Cape-plus-rock band usually means Zeppelin, but here, it felt more like Electra Woman and Dyna Girl. Paramore, who once identified as alt-rock, now have at least one foot in the pop world, maybe an entire leg, but here their style-hopping and their commitment to tuneful hard rock put them in the tradition of Blondie. And Williams' fashion sense implied that the top 40 is a world that anyone can visit, at least if you wear the right clothes. Related Album Review: Taylor Swift, '1989' Fall Music Preview 2014: 25 Must-Hear Albums How Ariana Grande Made 'Problem' the Song of the Summer
25 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Comedian Conan O'Brien and former secretary of state Madeleine Albright got into a hilarious Twitter battle, and Conan got burned.
25 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Jack Bruce, the singer and bassist for legendary rock band Cream, has died. He was 71. Jack Bruce, 'Reach for the Night': Song Premiere From Cream...
25 October, 2014 - MTV.com
Kim Kardashian celebrated her 34th birthday at the Vegas nightclub Tao last night.
25 October, 2014 - MTV.com
The seven most haunted campuses in the world.
25 October, 2014 - NEWS.com.au
HALL of Fame bassist Jack Bruce, know for his work with Eric Clapton, has died of liver disease surrounded by family: ‘He lives on in his music’.
25 October, 2014 - Billboard.com
Maybe it was the fact it was Kim Kardashian’s birthday or perhaps it was because the festival was titled Life is Beautiful. Kanye West, Foo Fighters...
25 October, 2014 - RollingStone.com
It was a long summer for Wiz Khalifa. One month ago, his wife filed for divorce. A month before that, a 38-year-old man named Eric Johnson was shot and killed after one of the Pittsburgh rapper's Bay Area shows; and all the way back in May, El Paso police arrested him for attempting to bring weed into the city's airport. Last night at the Observatory in Santa Ana, however, on the first stop of the Black Hollywood Big Secret Tour, all that seemed far in the rearview, and Khalifa was in the mood to celebrate: During his 75 minutes on stage, this became the summer when he scored his first crossover Number One album – and nothing more. Questlove's Top 50 Hip-Hop Songs of All Time   Arriving just before 1:00 AM, Khalifa – outfitted with a red bomber jacket, ripped jeans and Ninja Turtles chain, perpetually the coolest kid in high school – and his four-piece band played through a carefully curated set list with loose precision. There was no trouble with timing or with sound, and there was no "Black and Yellow." Instead, Khalifa looked to deliver "something more intimate, something everyone can reach out and grab." Eschewing arena grandiose, the rapper darted across the stage, delivering lines directly to fans while shaking hands and dodging (or occasionally putting himself under the spell of) outstretched marijuana. Take that, Texas. Still, the Wiz you get in person is not the meandering stoner of his recorded work – Khalifa the performer is animated and engaging. During "The Sleaze," his delicate run of triplets sent the packed room into a frenzy, and this was not an anomaly: All night, Khalifa's enthusiasm was so infectious that technical cuts like "ATL Freestyle" easily passed for crowd-pleasers.  Of course, above all else, Wiz had in fact come here to please the crowd. And while the set list leaned on this year's Blacc Hollywood (and its precursor mixtape, 28 Grams), breaks between songs were filled with references and callbacks to star-making works like Kush & Orange Juice and Cabin Fever. That sense of balance lent the night an interesting populism: Sure, there was the larger-than-life echo of "We Dem Boyz," but it was offset by closer "Who I Am," from 2009's pre-fame Deal or No Deal. At his best, Khalifa is reminiscent of the great party-starters from the generation above him. During "KK," Wiz and his Taylor Gang cronies broke out makeshift choreography for Juicy J's verses, the crew embracing fans and lip-synching the entirety of Snoop Dogg's vocals on "Young, Wild & Free." Khalifa is not quite as charismatic or incisive as either elder statesman, but on record and onstage, he has the same outlook: Have as much fun as your body will let you, and worry about your bills and your job and your lungs later on.    Neither Juicy nor Snoop made an appearance, but Khalifa was ultimately joined by a more contemporary kindred spirit when New Orleans' Curren$y took the stage for "House in the Hills," the pair's brooding Blacc Hollywood duet. After the song, the rappers stopped to light up on the wings of the stage. "Hold on," Curren$y said. "I didn't come out here just for you to take my lighter." Khalifa just laughed: "That's what friends are for." Related Run the Jewels: How 2014's Brashest Duo Came Back Album Review: Wiz Khalifa, 'Blacc Hollywood' Kendrick Lamar Promises 'Aggression and Emotion' on New LP
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