Trey Songz has offered up his new track "All I Had," which takes inspiration from Belly and The Weeknd's track "Might Not." On the track Trigga blasts the haters and says he'd rather get paid than run his mouth. "Say it with your chest," he sings. "N****s love to flex / I could give a f**k if it ain't about a check."
Garth Brooks has confirmed new tour stops in San Antonio set for this summer. The country icon is set for a pair of performances at the AT&T Center on July 22 and 23 and he will be joined by his wife and special guest Trisha Yearwood for the shows. Brooks also made recent headlines as he has launched a new album video series Inside Studio G.
Beyoncé's recent concert in Minneapolis was delayed for 45 minutes due to weather on what was the newly minted "Beyoncé Day" in that city. The lady Bey was set to hit the stage in Minneapolis on May 23 at the TCF Bank Stadium. Just fifteen minutes before her set was to kick off at 8:15 p.m., all 35,000 of the fans were evacuated out of the open bowl section of the venue.
Saliva, Trapt and Alien Ant Farm have all teamed up for the Make America Rock Again tour this summer. The tour is set to kick off on August 6 at the Speaking Rock Amphitheater in El Paso, Texas and will continue through October 7 where it'll wrap up at the United Wireless Arena in Dodge City, Kansas. The aforementioned bands mark new additions to the lineup.
Peter Frampton has opened up about his decision to refrain from playing the Humble Pie songs that he did not record. Speaking with fans on Twitter he explained why he has held off from playing those tunes and why he feels it's best to keep his shows for his own music. One fan asked Frampton if he'd consider playing the song "30 Days in the Hole" from the album Smokin'.
Twisted Sister have revealed their plans to say goodbye to the New York City area. The show will take place at the Rock Carnival event in Lakewood, New Jersey which is set to take place between September 30 and October 2. The group had previously announced their plans to disband at the end of this year. Dee Snider says that the band will call it quits after a farewell tour.
Paul McCartney has taken a look back on his earlier career, particularly the forming of his previous band Wings. Speaking with the Guardian, he admitted that his split with the Beatles was incredibly painful and that the formation of Wings came during a period of depression. "I was depressed. You would be. You were breaking from your lifelong friends."
Liam Gallagher has pulled no punches in his response to brother Noel's new album announcement. Word the new release dropped earlier this month via Noel's producer, who said that the project will be "fun" and that it will likely surprise a lot of fans. Producer David Holmes made the comments, "It's going really good."
Little Big Town have confirmed that their forthcoming new album Wanderlust will be produced by Pharrell. The album is set for release on June 10 and singer Karen Fairchild revealed that the project came about because of what she calls "incredible friendship and chemistry." "What started out as one writing session a few months ago turned into multiple . . ."
Bill Cosby arrived in court for a preliminary hearing to face drug and sexual assault charges on Tuesday morning. The former TV star was accused of drugging and sexually assaulting former Temple employee Andrea Constand in 2004. He smiled, waved and he tripped slightly as he walked into the courtroom.
A previously unreleased demo of David Bowie's 1969 number one single "Space Oddity" with alternative lyrics is set to be aired in a new BBC4 documentary. The People's History Of Pop is a four-part BBC4 series covering music fans' recollections of 1956-1996. The first episode, which aired in April, covered the formation of the Beatles and the Rolling Stones.
Drake debuted a new remix of "Hype," featuring Lil Wayne, on the newest episode of OVO Sound Radio episode. The new mix of the Views track features Wayne rapping about Prince ("I pull up on ya in that purple thang, bumpin' 'Purple Rain'"), his ex Christina Milian ("You don't see 'Tina right next to me"), Steph Curry, and even Barney.
Florence Welch recently made a surprise visit to an ill fan at a Texas hospice on Friday, May 20. The Florence And The Machine frontwoman stopped by Hospice Austin's Christopher House, with guitarist Rob Ackroyd to sing "Shake It Out" and "Dog Days Are Over" while holding the 15-year-old female fan's hand.
Dave Davies has reiterated that it wasn't an argument between Ray Davies and him that led to the guitar tone on "You Really Got Me."
The Kinks member mentioned a passage in Rich Cohen's new book, The Sun & the Moon & the Rolling Stones, which hinted at Keith Richards' guitar tone on "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" sounding like the Kinks' song.
Tamar Braxton has exited her gig as co-host on The Real. The singer and reality TV personality has been a host on the daytime talk show program since its start in 2013, but has now decided to step away. "She will be leaving in order to concentrate on her solo career. Everyone associated with 'The Real' appreciates Tamar's efforts and the contributions she has made . . ."