On Sunday (January 28), the 60th Grammy Awards red carpet was decorated with many of music’s finest artists.
Camila Cabello was that lady in red dressed in a silky red gown, while Ashanti tainted the carpet in gold and Lady Gaga in black. Ditching the dress came Janelle Monae with an embroidered black suit ensemble, Kesha with a navy two-piece suit and Anna Kendrick in gray one.
However, when it comes to looking angel chic on the red carpet, SZA stuns in a light grayish-blue beaded dress while Lana del Rey in a beige long gown with silver beaded accents.
Bruno Mars took home the 2016 Grammy award for Record of the Year at the 2018 Grammy Awards tonight, winning for his song “24K Magic.”
After coming onstage to the tune of his own track, Mars joked, “Come on, play [the song] again, turn it up one more time! Too many ballads tonight!”
Continuing, he thanked his “partner in crime,” Atlantic Records COO Julie Greenwald, and “his lady,” Jessica, as well as his fans
Bittersweet news, Beliebers: You may not see Justin Bieber at the 2018 Grammy Awards this year, but that just means the pop star is busy in the studio.
TMZ reports that the Canadian artist won’t attend the Grammys — or any other award show, for that matter — until his follow-up to Purpose is complete.
This means Bieber, who also skipped the Grammys last year, reportedly won’t be on hand to perform his 2017 smash hit remix with Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, “Despacito,” which is also up for three awards this year: Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.
Thirty Seconds to Mars have released their new single, “Dangerous Night,” the latest track from the band’s forthcoming fifth album, “America.” “Dangerous Night” follows hot on the heels from the forthcoming album’s debut, “Walk On Water,” the video for which offered a preview into the band’s documentary “A Day In The Life Of America.”
With the Super Bowl just over a week away, the annual deluge of epic commercials made specifically for the big game has begun. One such ad featuring rappers Morgan Freman, Peter Dinklage, Missy Elliott and Busta Rhymes is being teased with short clips in advance of the commercial slated for the game. In the spot, […]
ALICIA KEYS, JOHN LEGEND, KELLY CLARKSON & MORE OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED AS GRAMMY PRESENTERS Alicia Keys, John Legend, and Kelly Clarkson have officially been announced as stars who’ll be handing out the golden gramophones at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards as presenters. They will join Tony Bennett, Dave Chappelle, Eve, Nick Jonas, Anna Kendrick, Katie Holmes, Trevor […]
Meet Cardi B: the year’s most talked-about emcee.
Before becoming the colorful global personality we know her as today, the Bronx native charmed millions with her no-holds-barred disposition as a budding reality star on VH1’s Love & Hip-Hop: New York. Two Grammy nominations — Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance — and several Billboard record-breaking accomplishments later, in just a little over a year’s time the “Bodak Yellow” rapper proved she’s more than just a playful on-screen jokester.
Britney Spears is ready to give the whole world (or at least a select number of cities across North America and Europe) a piece of her.
The Princess of Pop, who ended her four-year long Las Vegas residency at Planet Hollywood on December 31, formally announced that she’s hitting the road in summer 2018 in an Instagram post Tuesday Morning (January 23).
Azaleans have been waiting far too long for new Iggy Azalea tunes but, luckily, the Australian rapper is finally ready to make her return.
On Thursday (January 25), Azalea shared the single artwork for “Savior,” her upcoming track featuring Migos’ rapper Quavo.
The image sees Azalea, wearing a glamorous gown and jewels trickling down her hair, poised atop an old fashioned television set.
Avril Lavigne’s ready to supply you with more of the best damn thing.
The “Complicated” singer, whose most recent fifth studio album dropped nearly five years ago, said in a January 21 tweet — which served as a response to a fan question — that her next collection of work will take her in a number of new directions.