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Apr 17 2015 Radio Disney Music Awards – The Performers

We are a few days shy of the 2015 Radio Disney Music Awards, which will be hosted by Disney Channel’s very own, Zendaya. “Music’s biggest event for families,” as it is called, is to be held in Sunday April 26, at Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles. Prior to today, the performers confirmed were Nick Jonas, Becky G and R5. Today, we can confirm that Natalie La Rose will be making her award show debut at the RDMAs’ stage. She will be joined by past performers, Fifth Harmony, newcomer Sabrina Carpenter and Rachel Platten (known for her “Fight Song”).

Mar 16 The Voice: The Battles, Part 3

On tonight’s episode of NBC’s The Voice, the battle rounds continued. Ellie Goulding, Lionel Richie, Meghan Trainor, and Nick Jonas all returned to serve as advisers to the coaches, Adam Levine, Pharrell, Blake Shelton, and Christina Aguilera, respectively. Team Pharrell kicked off tonight’s battles, with Caitlin Caporale and Briar Jonnee taking the stage. They both did a phenomenal job covering Alicia Keys’ “Fallen,” but Caitlin won the round, which sent Briar home. Up next was Team Adam, with Barry Minniefield and Jack Gregori taking the stage. The song chosen for them was “Feelin Alright” by Joe Cocker. Barry won the...more

Mar 01 Listen: Nick Jonas – “Chains” (feat. Jhené Aiko)

Now tell me this isn’t the most random collaboration. Nick Jonas just released a re-worked version of one of the songs on his recently-released self-titled album. “Chains,” Nick’s current single, is the reworked song and it features none other than the incredible Jhené Aiko. “Chains” feat. Jhené Aiko saw its first premiere on 92.3 AMP, a New York City radio station. The last time Nick Jonas re-worked one of his songs, he coped R&B newcomer, Tinashe. Jhené is signed to Def Jam while Nick Jonas is signed to Island Records, which used to be Island Def Jam Records. That could...more

Jan 28 Nick Jonas Joins the cast of “Scream Queens”

Nick Jonas has been a very busy man. Not only did he just realease an album, but he currently has a starring role on DirecTV’s Kingdom, and has also appeared in hit shows Smash and Hawaii Five-O And now it’s been announced that the Jealous singer will be joining the cast of Fox’s new show, “Scream Queens.”  Scream Queens is a horror-comedy anthology series created by the man behind American Horror Story & Glee, Ryan Murphy. The first season of Scream Queens will consist of 15 episodes. It takes place on a college campus that is rocked by a series of murders. The settings and story lines of the show...more