Faith No More has returned with "Superhero," a new track taken off of Sol Invictus, the band's first studio album since 1997. "Superhero" actually just started from the sound of the song, where it has these pounding drums and . . . throbbing kind of pulse, and we just called it the "Superhero" song. Because, a lot of the ways we write we visualize things."
A trio of Colt Ford tracks are getting the remix treatment on Mud in the Club, Vol. 1, an upcoming remix album from Average Joe's Entertainment. In addition to Ford's track "Back," which features Jake Owen, his tracks "Cricket On a Line" and "This Is Our Song" also appear on Mud in the Club, Vol. 1.
Steven Tyler has recorded a solo version of the Aerosmith hit "Janie's Got a Gun" for the upcoming film Jane Got a Gun, starring Natalie Portman. Tyler told Rolling Stone that his solo version of the Aerosmith classic, which originally appeared on the band's 1989 album Pump, is a "dark, smoky backroom rendition."
Iggy Azalea and Jennifer Hudson get into "Trouble" in the new music video for their latest track off of Azalea's Reclassified album. After unwittingly assisting in a bank robbery, Azalea finds her boyfriend placed behind bars, which doesn't last too long once Azalea devises a plan for his escape. Hudson plays a sassy cop in the new clip.
Carly Rae Jepsen is seeking to prove that she is not a one-hit wonder with the release of her new single "I Really Like You." In a new press release, Jepsen said of the new single, "Lyrically, it's about that time in a relationship when it's too soon to say 'I love you,' but you're well past, 'I like you' and you're at the 'I really, really like you' stage."
Miranda Lambert has revealed a new tattoo she got with her friends Gwen Sebastian and RaeLynn. The country star hit Instagram on February 28 to show off her new ink, which features the phrase "perfect harmony." Along with the new ink, Lambert shared a note reading, "I love @raelynnofficial and @gwensebastian! Inked in perfect harmony. Thank you Brookside Tattoo!"
Lady Gaga took a very cold dip in Chicago earlier this week to show her support for the Special Olympics. The Monster Mother was one of several celebrities that joined in the polar bear swim in Lake Michigan on Sunday, which included appearances from Vince Vaughn, Chicago Mayor candidate Jesus Garcia and Gaga's fiancé Taylor Kinney.
Garth Brooks has a long standing tickets sales record in Sacramento, California, moving a whopping 84,000 tickets for his upcoming shows at the Sleep Train Arena. The shows will mark Brooks' first in Sacramento in 17 years. He will play two shows each on March 27, 28, 29 and 31 as well as on April 1.
Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys have shared the first photos of their new baby boy Genesis Ali Dean. The family posted the photo to Instagram on February 27 and it shows the couple flanked by the producer's previous son Kasseem, 7, and their first child together Egypt, 4. They posted the photo on Instagram sharing the note, "Blessings and love!! #GenesisAliDean."
The Eagles were forced to bring a recent show to a close early when high winds threatened safety at the venue. The show took place at Bendigo, Australia's Hanging Rock venue and the band vacated the stage after winds of over 100 km/h shook the outdoor stage. The sudden storm swept over the outdoor venue sending much of the crowd running for cover.
Ludacris and his wife Eudoxie Mbouguiengue have confirmed that they are expecting their first child together. The pair tied the knot three months ago and broke news to fans sharing a photo of Luda smooching Eudoxie's growing baby bump while out on the beach. The rapper and Fast & Furious star added a note to the picture reading "beautiful day on the beach."
The Strokes have confirmed plans for a headlining performance in London's Hyde Park. The appearance will be part of the Barclaycard Presents British Summer Time Hyde Park series. The Strokes are just one of the big name headliners set for this year's event and join Beck and Future Islands. The New York rockers broke news to fans this week in an official statement.
The Rolling Stones have added their two cents into the ongoing debate about the color of the infamous internet meme dress. In a post to Twitter the Stones laid the matter to rest, sharing an image of their 1976 album Black and Blue. The image shows a close up of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and it has a blue background and contrasts their black shirts.
Former Blink-182 rocker Tom DeLonge has opened up about his plans for a solo career following the band's split. The band's internal beef went public this year when Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker revealed that DeLonge had quit the band and refused to record a new album with them.
Common opened up to Jimmy Kimmel about his Oscar win and noted that Jay Z had one good suggestion about what to do with the trophy. Speaking with the host, the "Selma" theme song co-writer said that Jay encouraged him to always keep the award by his side. "Jay Z told me don't put it down though. He said, 'Carry it everywhere,'" said Common.