It’s official, y’all.
It’s been four years since Beyoncé snatched our wigs with her 2013 Super Bowl Halftime Show, and exactly four years since she embarked on her fifth headlining concert tour.
The tour was announced following her fiery performance at Super Bowl XLVII. All of the shows sold out almost immediately, prompting more dates to be added.
The wait is almost over!
Kendrick Lamar took to Twitter early this morning to reveal the name, artwork, and tracklist of his upcoming album. And by early, we mean EARLY.
At 3:15am, Lamar tweeted, “DAMN. by Kendrick Lamar” along with two photos — what we assume are the front and back covers of the album artwork.
DAMN. is the Compton rapper’s fourth studio album. The album is slated to release this coming Friday, April 14th and includes Lamar’s current single “Humble”.
Lamar has enlisted the help of Rihanna and U2 on two more »
Earlier today DNCE announced via Instagram that their newest single, “Kissing Strangers,” will be dropping on Friday, April 14th — featuring none other than the self-proclaimed queen of rap, Nicki Minaj.
The two artists teased the song with a short snippet and photos from what appears to be the music video set, according to Nicki’s instagram. “Roughed him [DNCE frontman Joe Jonas” up a lil bit on the set of the video,” she captioned the behind-the-scenes photo. “He’ll live 😉”
“Kissing Strangers” comes after DNCE’s collaboration with Hailee Steinfield, “Rock Bottom”. The second more »
There is no doubt that “underdog” Big Sean has “turned into the wolf” as he played The Fillmore Silver Spring in Silver Spring, MD on Saturday night. The sold out crowd of 2,000+ was packed wall-to-wall – literally – forcing security to escort us photographers and media in through the back door to get to the front of the stage.
Shortly before 10pm, the lights dimmed, the intro to “Voices In My Head/Stick To The Plan” started playing, and the crowd erupted.
John Mayer brought his “The Search For Everything” tour to D.C. last night, performing to a packed Verizon Center audience.
John Mayer Presents… The Search For Everything. Part One: Full Band. Each sentence flashed across the video backdrop as Mayer took the stage around 8:45pm with a seven-piece band, opening his set with “Belief” before moving on to “Why Georgia,” the latter earning cheers and enthusiastic singing along from the audience early on in the show.
Alternating between full band, acoustic, and John Mayer Trio sets, the 39-year-old worked his way through a 21-song setlist. Pulling from his more »
Incase you missed it, Halsey‘s brand new album is titled “Hopeless Fountain Kingdom” and it is tentatively slated to be released in June.
Over the last couple of days, Halsey kept up with the promise she made a few years ago – when she was ready to unveil the artwork for her highly-anticipated sophomore album, fans would have to go scavenger hunting for it. On Friday, fans of the “Ghost” singer from different parts of the world were given the instructions to follow on a website – more »
Wowza. Two days from right now will officially mark a year since ZAYN made his solo debut with “Mind of Mine.” Impressively-enough, the album – led by now-platinum single “PillowTalk” – became the first debut album to top iTunes in over 70 countries. That, and it is already certified GOLD in the States, not too shabby.
Picking up from where he left up, ZAYN has unveiled the first official single from his sophomore album, due out this summer!
The single, which features Canada’s very own PARTYNEXTDOOR, is titled “Still Got Time” and it stays more »