John Legend has fired back at a photographer for seemingly racist comments made earlier this month. The R&B star was walking through New York's JFK Airport when he was allegedly called a "monkey" by a paparazzo, leading both he and his wife Chrissy Teigen to sound off.
Shinedown has revealed their plans for a West Coast tour. The run is set to kick off at the Route 66 Casino in Albuquerque, New Mexico on March 31 and will run through April 17, when they will wrap things up at the House of Blues in Anaheim, California.
Justin Moore has released a new video for his song "Somebody Else Will," the latest single off of his album Kinda Don't Care.
The new clip, directed by Shane Drake, finds a man waiting to make his move on the woman of his dreams in a dimly lit bar. Shots of Moore singing the song are interspersed throughout the video as well.
Rod Stewart and Cyndi Lauper have announced plans for a co-headlining tour. The run will kick off on July 6 in Hollywood, Florida and will run through August 12 when they'll wrap in Houston, Texas. Tickets for the shows will go on sale starting on Jan. 27 via Live Nation.
Chris Brown has fired back at Aziz Ansari following comments the actor made in his opening monologue on Saturday Night Live over the weekend. In his bit, Ansari referred to Donald Trump as the "Chris Brown of politics," saying that some people are fans despite knowing that he is flawed.
Sprint has reportedly purchased a 33 percent stake in Jay Z's Tidal music service. News of the purchase was confirmed by both sides of the deal earlier this week and source close deal tells Billboard that the cash investment from Sprint was worth a reported $200 million.
Gavin Rossdale has opened up about his highly-publicized divorce from Gwen Stefani, revealing that it was one of the most painful experiences of his life.
"[Divorce] was completely opposite to what I wanted. Really not…but here we are," Rossdale told Fabulous magazine.
Aaron Lewis has revealed that fans can expect Staind to be on hiatus "for a while." Speaking with Planet Weekly, the rocker-turned-country-star said that he plans to focus full-time on his new career for the near future.
Crystal Gayle has joined the legions of country stars venerated into the Grand Ole Opry. She was inducted by her sister Loretta Lynn on Saturday January 21.
Gayle made her debut at the Grand Ole Opry 50 years ago at the age of 16. The singer is the first female artist in country music history to reach platinum sales with her 1977 album, We Must Believe in Magic.
Bruce Springsteen performed in Perth, Australia on January 22 where he expressed solidarity with the Women's March movement. The Boss said, "We stand with you. We are the new American resistance."
Keke Palmer has sounded off against Trey Songz claiming her cameo in the video for "Pick Up the Phone" was unauthorized. She hit Instagram claiming that she had no intention of appearing in the video and says that she was harassed into participating.
Korn frontman Jonathan Davis has unveiled a new t-shirt with an anti-bullying message. The new item will be included in a two-week awareness campaign in collaboration with the company Merchful. In a video message Davis explained the project and why he chose to stand against teen bullying.
Pat Benetar has released a new song, "Shine," that shows her support and solidarity with the Women's March on Washington. The song was co-written by Linda Perry. It is also the first new song that Benetar has released in over 10 years.
Frank Ocean has opened up about the Presidential transition in an open letter penned for his official Tumblr page. In the post, he implores Donald Trump to choose truth over sensationalism and praises President Obama for setting a positive example over the last eight years.
Toledo, Ohio singer and songwriter J-Anthony has offered up a new video for his latest single "It's Official." The track finds Anthony officially checking "out of the game" and committing to the woman he's been looking for.