GRAMMY Nominees 2014 Announced: Jay Z, Kendrick Lamar, Justin Timberlake, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Lead the Pack
The nominees for the 2014 GRAMMYs are in and Jay Z tops the list with nine nominations — though you wouldn’t know it from watching the nominations concert.
Radio.com sat down with Cher discuss her first album since 2001, “Closer To The Truth.” The ageless pop icon also talks LGBT issues, fashion, collaborations with Pink and Lady Gaga, and more.
With just an acoustic guitar, Miguel slowed things down and got to the heart of the track, which was featured on Pink’s 2001 album, ‘M!Ssundaztood.’
It’s hard to believe Lady Gaga asked Cher to hold her meat purse at the 2010 VMAs, even harder to believe that the interaction led to a duet.
New audio has surfaced that allegedly captures the rapper ranting about Taylor Swift, Pink, MTV and his mother’s untimely passing.
Sometimes I hate every single stupid word you say,” P!nk sings at the start of the song. But at the same time, she continues, “I know life would suck without you.”
In honor of P!nk and Nate Ruess’ “Just Give Me a Reason” reaching No. 1, we take a look at five other unexpected duets that soared to the top of the charts.
Although 2011 was official The Year of Adele, she’s still going strong two years later on the cover of ELLE’s Women In Music Issue. See the cover here.
Linda Perry, the songwriter and producer behind chart toppers like Christina Aguilera’s “Beautiful,” is a pro at delivering hits. So when she proposed to girlfriend Sara Gilbert, co-host of CBS’s The Talk, a musical flash mob was the only way to go.
Pink was literally a showstopper at her show Sunday when she halted her set mid-song to the tune of a little girl’s sobs near the front of the audience.
Last night’s GRAMMY awards was definitely a starstudded affair, but if you couldn’t be there yourself, Twitter was the next best source for up to the minute show coverage. Everyone from Kelly Clarkson to Richard [...]
The British singer confirms Taylor Swift and Harry Styles’ relationship while picking which GRAMMY nominees he’d kill, marry and snog — British slang for kissing.