Iggy Azalea made good on her promise of new music Saturday night.
Rita is reportedly back at work on her album, now planned for early 2015.
Prince kept his distance from the fans, appearing only to play his music, which left many fans on Twitter disappointed. But being the once elusive symbol that he is, he surprised fans by calling out Kendrick Lamar to perform with him.
Ora smiled, said “thank you, bye bye” and walked out of the interview.
Some jokes are so multi-layered, it is hard to tell what the punchline is.
How does one follow the No. 1 song in the country for many weeks and, arguably, 2014’s song of the summer? Diner fights about bacon and cheese sandwiches.
Prince has been keeping himself busy out there in Paisley Park.
If Rita Ora’s style evolution over the last two years as taught us anything, it is that she is fearless when it comes to fashion.
It’s not hard to see why Calvin Harris has hit 4 million followers on Twitter. A close look at his social networks gives a glimpse into the glamorous life of the rich and famous DJ.
The song is expected to appear on Ora’s U.S. debut album, simply titled O, which is slated to arrive this summer.
Looks like DKNY have a theme going for their spring campaigns: Times Square. The ready-to-wear line launched the latest look this week, featuring both A$AP Rocky and his track “Fashion Killa.”
Following her role in the British film Spivs and cameo in Fast & Furious 6, Ora has no been cast as Mia, the adopted younger sister of Christian Grey in the film adaptation of E.L. James’ Fifty Shades of Grey.
“Made In America is a bigger idea than just a concert.” Jay Z isn’t short on ambition, but in a landscape that also includes Coachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, can another “destination festival” — even one curated by Jay — really be more than “just a concert?”
Several singers made big splashes on this year’s red carpet. Here’s a look at who wore what from the world of high fashion.
A new promotional clip shows Ora in scenes from a London photo shoot and giving an advance look at the fall collection.
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.