After Beyoncé’s surprise move last year and U2’s recent iTunes drop, Radio.com considers six more artists who could possibly surprise us with a new album in 2014.
So, why was Rihanna’s intro axed? It has a little something to do with the controversy over Baltimore Ravens’ ex-running back Ray Rice.
New York Fashion Week is in full swing and, of course, Rihanna is in on the action.
Are you ready for new football theme music?
The band also offered to ante up even more money if they can play in the actual game and covert the whole thing into a soccer match.
While all three acts have the stage presence and worldwide hits necessary for the big show, are they willing to pay for the privilege?
The hip-hop and pop superstars united for a bombastic show at Pasadena’s iconic Rose Bowl much to the delight of 60,000 rabid fans.
“She has so many amazing people writing for her. It’s like trying to win American Idol, getting a song on Rihanna’s album,” Martin said.
“FINALLY!!!” the singer tweeted. “#ROGUE for MEN is here September!!! I’ve waited years for this moment!!”
While snap music had its heyday in the the south in the late ’90s, you can hear it all over a Mustard beat, and it’s being infused all over the charts this year. The producer has had an amazing 2014 and it’s only just getting started.
According to a source close to the pop star, the quick deletion because “it was never meant to be sent out in the first place.”
Even if you weren’t paying attention to the World Cup, if you follow Rihanna on Twitter, you likely know how the game went down.
Rihanna gets plenty of solicitations from songwriters to write songs for her — she’s had Sia, Calvin Harris, Dr. Luke and many more in her corner.
Seriously. Not a lick of cheering for the U.S.
“When there’s no changing the fact that I’m me, and they’re well… they’re them.”
First Instagram didn’t want to see her nipples and now the U.K. doesn’t want to see her perfume ad. At least, not everywhere.