Wednesday, December 9, 2015


Lady Gaga: 'I've ditched wild persona'

Lady Gaga is in a better headspace now she's finally conquered her "fears and anxieties".

The outlandish singer made a name for herself in music thanks to her wacky outfits and smash hit pop songs. In the last few years she's mellowed, with her fiancé Taylor Kinney and a move into acting partly to thank. She stars in Glee creator Ryan Murphy's American Horror Story: Hotel as the Countess, and can't help but praises the cast and crew for their support.

Adam Lambert worried about Queen gig

Singer Adam Lambert worried his duties with legendary band Queen would complicate his solo work.

The 33-year-old shot to fame when he came second on the 2009 series of American Idol. Since then he has played to fans all over the world, and his appointment as stand-in for the late Freddie Mercury with Queen has meant even greater recognition.

"Not at all," he told Britain's Metro newspaper when asked if his Queen duties had made his own career difficult. "I was concerned it might at first but it's been fine. It's cool I get both things on my plate. They're such different projects. The Queen stuff is big and grand and some of it is quite camp, which is part of my personality, and the solo project it's more my serious side. It's nice to have both."

Monday, November 30, 2015

One Direction unveil third single from new album

One Direction star Liam Payne has revealed that Infinity will be the third track to be released from their latest album, Made in the A.M.

The band is currently in the middle of promoting its fifth record, which will also be the last release before Liam and fellow members, Louis Tomlinson, Harry Styles and Niall Horan go on a long-term hiatus.

Monday, November 9, 2015

Lana Del Rey to receive the Trailblazer Award at Billboard's women in music event

Lana Del Rey will be honored with the Trailblazer award at the upcoming Billboard Women in Music event. According to Oh No They Didn't, Janice Min -- co-president and chief creative officer of Guggenheim Media’s Entertainment Group, said, "Lana Del Rey has done things her way from the moment she first burst on the scene, and continues to make brave and bold choices that defy convention. She’s a trailblazer from her music to her mystery to her multitude of other interests. She keeps everyone awaiting her next move."

Saturday, October 31, 2015

Ellie Goulding unveils new track 'Army' at Abbey Road

A week ahead of releasing her anticipated third album ‘Delirium’, Ellie Goulding has shared a stunning live performance of brand new track ‘Army’. 

The piece was filmed in Abbey Road Studios and is available to watch now on YouTube. ‘Army’ is the third track to be offered to fans as an early download with album pre-order, alongside ‘Lost And Found’, ‘Something In The Way You Move’ and the hit lead single ‘On My Mind’. Joined in the studio by backing vocalists, string section and full live band, Goulding delivers an unforgettable vocal performance in this special film directed by Chris Howe.


Tuesday, October 27, 2015


Bieber wants to duet with Adele

Justin Bieber wants to make music with Adele.

The 21-year-old heartthrob - who took home five gongs at the MTV Europe Music Awards on Sunday (25.10.15) - confessed he has a deep admiration for the 'Hello crooner and says she's the "one person" he could see himself collaborating with in the future.

Talking to Will Manning on KISS FM, Justin confessed: "If I could duet with one person it would probably be... I would say Adele. She's talented. Everything she does is awesome."


Friday, October 23, 2015

'Hello, the first single from Adele's forthcoming album, "25”, is available to buy and stream now.

A video to accompany the single can be viewed here. The video is lensed by Cannes Jury Prize winning director Xavier Dolan (Mommy, Tom at the Farm).

"It was a privilege to direct the music video for Adele's beautiful, heartbreaking song,” remarked Dolan. “When I first heard it, all the images were already running by so clearly in my head - and her trust and generosity allowed me to create freely.”


Sunday, October 4, 2015

Pitbull: Mariah Carey's my Hero


Rapper Pitbull got through some hard times thanks to Mariah Carey's song Hero.

The 34-year-old musician has enjoyed success with hits such as Como Yo Le Doy and Timber, featuring Kesha.

Drawing upon his personal playlist, Pitbull shared one track which played a big part in making him into the star he is today.

"(Mariah Carey's Hero) - this song helped me get through a lot of struggles," he told USA Today. "To this day, it still motivates me to find that there's a hero inside me every day."

Friday, September 25, 2015

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Sia: The songs from my new album were rejected by everyone else

 Sia's new album is comprised of numerous tunes that were rejected by major pop stars.

 The 39-year-old Australian songstress, who is behind hits like Chandelier, wrote a tune called Alive with Adele for the British singer's forthcoming LP.

 However, Adele didn't want the song, which led Sia to repurpose the track.

 'We wrote three songs in two days and none of them made the cut, and [Alive] was one of them,' she revealed to Ryan Seacrest during an interview on his radio programme. 'I said to her, 'Do you mind if I pitch it to, let's say, Rihanna?' She said, 'Yeah, but can you take my vocal off it because I don't want my vocal floating around out there on a demo.' And I was like, 'Sure.' So I went and recut the vocal and everybody in my life was like, 'You can't give this away to anybody.'


Thursday, September 17, 2015



Hailee Steinfeld: Music making is party time

Hailee Steinfeld has been having 'the time of my life' working on her upcoming debut album.

The 18-year-old actress, who recently showcased her vocal talents in comedy film Pitch Perfect 2, hit the Billboard charts with her debut single Love Myself in August.

Her first record will be following later this year, and Hailee says that working on the album has been an incredible experience.
'I've been in the studio the last six months or so, and it's all still a work in progress, but I've been having the time of my life,' Hailee told MTV News. 'Each song is very unique and different and has a sort of different sound, but obviously all fits under the same world.'

Friday, September 11, 2015


Minnie Driver: I could have been as big as JLo!

Minnie Driver thinks she could have been as big as Jennifer Lopez if she made a different choice.

The 45-year-old star is most famous for her acting roles and she won an Oscar nomination for her part in 1997 movie Good Will Hunting.

However, Minnie also has a successful music career, which isn't as well publicised.

'It's so annoying,' Minnie told the San Francisco Examiner. 'So many people don't know [about my music]. I think it's because I never took [producer] Tommy Mottola up on his offer of becoming a big superstar, but not being able to write any of my own material at Sony. Then, I basically would have been Jennifer Lopez!'