Sam Smith pulled a Yoncé and dropped a music video out of thin air today. Well… not exactly. It’s been known for quite sometime that a music video was coming for his current single, “Like I Can” except no one knew when. Sam was shooting in New York for something, “insanely special” about a month or so ago.
Later Sam revealed in a cryptic instagram post that it would be for his next single.
And the subject wasn’t brought up again. That’s mainly because since the shooting of the video Sam has won tons more »
The year is slowly but surely running out, as a result, end-of-year charts are been released left, right, and center.
Just yesterday, iTunes revealed its own year end chart which featured categories such as Best Artist (Beyoncé), Best Album (1989 by Taylor Swift), and more.
Billboard has now revealed how the world’s premier music publication charted the Year 2014.
As you’d expect, tags such as Iggy Azalea, Taylor Swift, Beyoncé, One Direction, are amongst the tags that did exceedingly well this year.
Sam Smith has given his fans an early Christmas present! He’s released a Christmas single for all to enjoy. You can listen to it on his official Vevo Channel on Youtube! You can also purchase the single but only until Sunday December 7th!
Sam covers the holiday classic, “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” following the announcement of his nomination for “Album of the Year” for the 57th Grammy Awards!
The AOTY nomination puts him in the lead and tied with Beyoncé for the most Grammy Nominations (6) for the upcoming show!
Congratulations more »
The most-anticipated award show in the world is back – well kinda. Earlier today, Pharrell, Ed Sheeran and CBS’ Kevin Frazier announced the first batch of nominees for the The 57th Annual Grammy Awards.
During the broadcast, which aired on CBS, they announced the noms for 4 different categories, Best Country Album, Best Urban Contemporary Album, Best Pop Vocal Album & Record Of The Year.
With her fresh nods, Beyoncé is officially the most nominated female tag in Grammy history, more »