Drake has opened up about his beef with Meek Mill as well as a host of other topics in a new interview. The uncommonly candid interview took place on his OVORADIO station, while speaking with host DJ Semtex.
John Mayer has revealed a number of new song titles that are set to appear on his upcoming album The Search For Everything: Wave Two EP.
The titles for the four new tracks are "Still Feel Like Your Man," "Emoji Of A Wave," "Helpless" and "Roll It On Home." Mayer revealed the new track titles on Twitter, along with a release date and new artwork.
Tool's Maynard James Keenan has begun work on the band's next studio album, according to a post on the band's official website.
"In speaking with Danny [Carey, drums] last night, he told me that the band has temporarily MOVED some of their gear into a larger space (across town) where MAYNARD is working on VOCALS for some of the new Tool material."
Justin Moore and Lee Brice have added new dates to their previously confirmed tour. The run, dubbed the American Made tour, has already found sell-out crowds nationwide and also features opening act William Michael Morgan.
Styx, REO Speedwagon and Eagles guitarist Don Felder will join forces for a summer tour dubbed "United We Rock."
"I called up [Styx's] Tommy Shaw last summer and we were both thinking the same thing: Let's get the boys together, make some music, and have some fun," REO frontman Kevin Cronin said in a news release.
Chris Brown has revealed plans for a tour with 50 Cent. The run will also feature appearances by French Montana, Fabolous, O.T. Genasis, Kap G, and Casanova. Breezy broke news of the upcoming run via his official Twitter handle.
Midnight Oil have confirmed plans for an extended world tour this year. The run will kick off with a South American leg in at the Pepsi on Stage in Porto Alegre on April 25 and will run through October 11 when they'll wrap at the The Domain in the home of Sydney.
Thomas Rhett and his wife Lauren are expecting a baby girl. The couple hosted a gender revealing party on Saturday, February 18. The gender revealing party was also shared with the public. Though the party was intimate with only family and closer friends in attendance, Thomas shared highlights of the evening with a video that can be seen online.
John Mellencamp has revealed plans for a new album and a supporting tour later this year. The new release, titled Sad Clowns & Hillbillies is set for release on April 21 and John confirmed news of the release and tour in an official press release.
Mariah Carey has a new boyfriend. Backup dancer Brian Tanaka and Carey have made it official.
After a public and heartbreaking separation from her previous love, billionaire James Packer, Carey was shook up. However, it appears now she has found a new love.
Sara Bareilles has been cast as the lead role of Jenna in the musical Waitress, which she wrote the music and lyrics for and is based on the 2007 movie. The singer will perform on Broadway as part of the show on March 31.
Evanescence has released the track "Even In Death," an early band demo that appeared on their previously unreleased demo album Origin. The new track and album are being released as part of a new box set, The Ultimate Collection.
David Nail has split from his longtime record label, MCA Nashville, the label's representative has confirmed.
A rep from Universal Music Group Nashville, MCA Nashville's parent company, confirmed Nail's split from the label to Sounds Like Nashville. There are no further details regarding the split.
In a recent interview with The Rock Brigade podcast, Kansas frontman, Ronnie Platt explained why he was hesitant to join the group.
Platt tells the story of a VH1 Behind the Music episode featuring Styx. On the episode Styx's second frontman, Lawrence Gowan spoke of the difficulties of filling a legend's shoes.
Jhene Aiko makes a guest appearance on Fetty Wap's new album King Zoo. The pair reportedly collaborated on an unknown track, which Wap is certainly a fan of, telling Billboard that the track is 'fire.'