Lady Gaga has offered up a sneak preview of what she has in store for her upcoming Super Bowl halftime performance. The singer has offered up a new video that shows her alongside a team of dancers and musicians prepping for the performance and a massive rehearsal space.
2 Chainz has revealed some new details for his forthcoming new release Pretty Girls Like Trap Music. In a series of posts to Instagram, Tity Boi revealed both that the release is set to drop on April 7 and also that it will likely include a feature by Drake. In one of the images Chainz is seen at work in the studio with his entourage.
Radiohead have confirmed a slate of U.S. tour dates set to kick off this spring. The new dates come in addition to the band's two previously announced headlining performances at Coachella and will commence on March 30 in Miami. The tour comes in support of their current release A Moon Shaped Pool, which dropped last summer.
Universal Music has revealed plans for a massive new box set of music from George Harrison. The collection, titled George Harrison—The Vinyl Collection, will include thirteen albums released between 1968 and 2002 as well as a 12-inch picture disc. "The vinyl box set includes all twelve of George's studio albums with exact replicas of the original release track listing and artwork."
Garth Brooks has opened up about why he turned down the offer to appear at Donald Trump's upcoming inaugural event. In a statement about the event on his official Facebook page, Brooks explained that he was in fact never booked to appear and that fans may have taken previous media comments out of context.
Korn has signed on as one of the headliners of this year's Open Air Festival in Chicago. The event is set to take place on Friday, July 14, Saturday, July 15 and Sunday, July 16 at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Illinois.
KISS has signed on as one of the headliners of this year's Open Air Festival in Chicago. The event is set to take place on Friday, July 14, Saturday, July 15 and Sunday, July 16 at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Illinois.
Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban have both been confirmed as performers at the 2017 Grammy Awards. The event is set to take place in Los Angeles on Feb. 12 and The Late Late Show's James Corden is set to host. Coverage of the ceremony will begin at 8PM ET on CBS with the pre-telecast Premiere Ceremony will begin at 3:30PM ET.
Solange opened up about her track "Cranes in the Sky" during her recent appearance on the podcast Song Exploder. The podcast finds artists opening about the creative process behind their most popular tracks and picks out isolated instruments and vocal tracks for the listener.
J. Cole released his new track "High For Hours" earlier this week. The release is pulled from his current effort 4 Your Eyez Only and features production from Elite and Cam O'bi. The track finds Cole recounting his audience with none other than President Obama.
Katy Perry has revealed a new look, opting for a blonde dye job to match her boyfriend Orlando Bloom. The latter was the first to reveal his bleached locks several weeks ago, but now Katy has joined him with a grunge-inspired dirty blonde look of her own.
Metallica is set to perform at this year's Grammy Awards ceremony. This will mark the band's fourth appearance as a live act at the awards program.
While making the announcement, Metallica promised something "very special and unique." At their last appearance on the show they performed their hit song, "One" with classical pianist Lang Lang.
Kenny Rogers will be awarded with a very prestigious honor at the Texas Medal of Arts awards next month along with Kris Kristofferson.
Rogers will receive the show's Lifetime Achievement Award for all of the work throughout his venerable career, while Kristofferson will accept the Multimedia Award.
Dave Davies is playing a role in the new Smithsonian Channel television series, Rock 'N' Roll Inventions. "It's an extraordinary work, really. There's a lot of information in that show and I was excited to be part of it," Davies tells Billboard.
Jennifer Hudson will be one of this year's Oscar Nominee announcers. On January 13, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences revealed Hudson would be among those who announce the nominees in 24 categories.