The Black Eyed Peas leader says he’s “always had a passion to create frames.”
Some news for everyone who is celebrating a birthday on Facebook: will.i.am has dropped a single that give your friends another option.
“From ‘Rio 1,’ I was like, ‘She sings like that?!’ It would be so amazing to do music outside of an animated film. That would be freaking dope.”
As Radio.com gears up for 2014 and even more stories from the world of music, we look back at some of the best, worst and most infamous stories of the year that still have us talking.
If there’s one thing you’ll learn from will.i.am’s new single, “Feeling Myself” it’s that he’s feeling pretty good about himself. And Miley doesn’t think he’s too bad either.
Will.i.am rounds up an all-star cast of cameos– Wiz Khalifa, French Montana and Miley Cyrus– to lay down rhymes on his new single, “Feeling Myself.” Yes, Miley raps on this one.
This morning (Aug. 20) she teased fans with a countdown clock on her website. Her site states, “Britney Spears All Eyes On Me” with a countdown clock of 27 days.
Pharrell filed papers in an NYC court that ask for a judge to rule that his use of “i am OTHER” does not invoke on will.i.am’s rights with regard to the phrase “i am.”
The battle of copyrights continue between will.i.am and Pharrell.
It appears will.i.am’s quabble is with the eventual and probable use by Pharrell of the phrase “I Am” on branded clothing.
The album shares its title with Thicke’s latest single, which garnered him his first No. 1 on the Hot 100 chart as of this week and topped the charts in 27 other countries as well. In an interview with Radio.com this week, Thicke gave us a preview of the LP.
The author coined the term the “Jazz Age” to talk about the renaissance of music and dance that was being ushered in during the ‘20s. But would he be impressed by the Jay-Z-produced soundtrack that brings the Jazz era into the 21st Century?
It’s Regionals time once again and the New Directions are more determined than ever to make it to Nationals. But they’re going to have to outdo their biggest rivals, the Hoosier Daddies.
“We can’t do another song about going on the dance floor,” will.i.am said. “Really? Didn’t we see a bunch of Britney doing that already? Don’t we want to see something that comes from her heart?”
The crooner’s latest album, “To Be Loved,” has hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200 this week, selling 195,000 copies in its first week, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
From the crooning of Michael Buble to the fingerpicking of Steve Martin, plus Phoenix’s new experimental pop album and Snoop Dogg’s foray into reggae.