A Kelly observation comparing embattled pop star Chris Brown to such iconic figures as Martin Luther King and Jesus Christ himself has some wondering if the eccentric superstar has gone too far.
Jay Z led the nominations with nine nods, followed closely by Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, Justin Timberlake and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis with seven noms each.
Lorde is the latest addition to this weekend’s star-studded GRAMMY nominations event, officially dubbed The GRAMMY Nominations Concert Live!! — Countdown to Music’s Biggest Night.
“We’re going to make music again [in 2014] because we haven’t really had time to do that all year,” Macklemore said.
Watch: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Joined By Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Rocky and More in Star-Studded ‘White Walls’ Video
There is much Seattle love laced throughout the clip, with scenes shot at a local landmark and cameos from hometown hero Sir Mix-A-Lot and emerging vocalist Hollis.
Let’s be honest, no one really cares who takes home a Moonman at the MTV Video Music Awards. It’s really all about the performances. That being said, we here at Radio.com decided to rank them and figure out who the night’s real winner is.
*NSYNC reunited (!!!!), Miley twerked, Gaga demanded your applause and, oh yeah, here’s who won.
Tegan and Sara Talk Intelligent Pop, Touring With fun. & Being Macklemore’s ‘Two Little Gay Friends’
Along with their recent success, the duo discussed touring with their pals in fun., the importance of having artistic freedom and what Macklemore’s “Same Love” means to them.
LeBron James has a new gig as music supervisor for the video game NBA 2K14 and he’s filled the soundtrack with a mix of hip-hop, rock and, of course, Phil Collins.
“This is an issue that’s at the forefront of civil rights in the world and it’s cool that the song has lined up with that issue,” the rapper says.
In honor of this year’s MTV Video Music Awards—their 30th—the bigwigs at the network came up with an elaborate plan to rollout the 2013 nominees that included Twitter, Vine and Instagram. But was it worth it?
Originally written in support of Washington state’s legalization of same-sex marriage, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ “Same Love” is posed to become not only the duo’s next big hit but also an anthem for marriage equality.
“We thought that we need to announce our tour. So what better place to go to announce our U.S. tour than Germany!”
So how did an indie label started by two lawyer dads with no hipster cred manage to get generation after generation of preteens to propel them towards the top of the charts?
This week’s TV lineup reinforces the idea that has emerged over the past month: Late night shows love legacy artists.