What happens when you assemble 40 musicians in hopes of writing the greatest song ever? Apparently the answer is sketch comedy.
Our 14 favorite photos of the year include Beyoncé becoming an American icon, Taylor Swift trying to one-up Ellen’s Oscars selfie and a very sad Kanye proving zip lining isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
While songs like “Shake It Off,” “All About That Bass” and more rose to the top of the charts, these are the stories we were reading to accompany them.
Luke Bryan has proved once again that 2014 is his year.
The 72nd Golden Globe Awards announced their nominees for the 2015 show. And, there were some big name musicians who earned themselves a nomination.
‘South Park’ Holiday Episode Pokes Fun at Taylor Swift, Lorde, Iggy Azalea & Michael Jackson’s Hologram
On their latest holiday episode ‘South Park’ went for broke, poking fun at bloated holiday specials, smug celebrities and especially holograms, including those of Kurt Cobain, Tupac, Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson.
One man’s trash, could possibly be Lorde’s treasure.
“You can’t just replace artists with holograms. Who will create the content?” The answer may shock you.
Lorde also performed her latest hit “Yellow Flicker Beat” off the Mockingjay – Part 1 soundtrack.
Lorde loves Diplo. Really, she does.
How does Lorde’s offerings stack up against T Bone Burnett’s Americana-infused Songs of District 12 and Beyond for the first film, or Alexandra Patsavas of the Twilight series’ Catching Fire?
After Kim Kardashian tried to #breaktheinternet this week with her sensational Paper magazine cover and its related images, eyes turned to Lorde’s commentary on the issue.
The nominations are in for the 26th Annual Pollstar Awards. The awards, which recognize the best in the concert industry, will be held at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on Feb. 21.
The song finds the singer stripping down the original to render it even more sparse than it already was.
With help from her backing band, Lorde added her signature spaced-out production and smoky vocals to Jeremih’s song.
It turns out it was Miley Cyrus, not Katniss Everdeen, who inspired Charli XCX’s track off the upcoming soundtrack to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1.