Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande premiered the music video for their new joint venture "Rain On Me" on Friday (May 22) and their respective fan bases are loosing their minds!
Katy Perry has released the new music video for her song “Daisies”.
“I wrote this song a couple months ago as a call to remain true to the course you’ve set for yourself, regardless of what others may think. Recently, it has taken a new meaning for me, in light of what the whole world is experiencing,” Katy said on Twitter after she released the song at midnight on May 15.
Hailee Steinfeld new album is still on hold, but she keeps releasing more music, including the new EP, Half Written Story.
The Oscar-nominated actress and singer has created a two-part music project and this is the first half.
TWICE, premieres its YouTube Original Series, “TWICE: Seize the Light,” today on YouTube. The episode gives fans a glimpse into all aspects of life as an international touring act – from the gorgeous glam moments and extraordinary outfits, to the sisterhood that TWICE holds, to the highs and lows of emotions that come with touring. The footage was captured last year during the TWICELIGHTS tour across various venues in Asia, and focuses on the indescribable reaction from their rabid fan base, who also call themselves ONCE.
Suga AKA Agust D not only dropped the 10 song album, but he also released the music video for “Daechwita”, the second song on the album.
“[D-2] is a documentation of myself as a 28-year-old. This is the output of my time in quarantine. In a way, it was a creative silver lining. It was a time during which I was able to learn, again, the meaning of the phrase ‘due to’,” he told Apple Music about the new album.
Lele Pons shared the trailer for her docu-series for YouTube Originals The Secret Life of Lele Pons, where she opens up about her multiple diagnoses.
Becky G‘s new song and music video “They Ain’t Ready” was released today.
“This song stands for a lot of things that are meaningful to me, but especially now, it stands for hope. I hope it can mean something for you too. #TheyAintReady out now! I’ll be on the YouTube video page chatting with you guys before the premiere tomorrow at 9am PT. Link in bio! Merch link in my story ❤️ All proceeds will benefit LA Students Most In Need @calfund,” she wrote on Instagram.
Doja Cat has issued a statement following some major backlash she's received for allegedly making past racist remarks online.
DC, whose real name is Amalaratna Zandile Dlamini, took to Instagram on Sunday (May 24) to address the controversy after the hashtag #DojaCatIsOverParty began trending on Twitter just days earlier. Doja has been accused of taking part in past racist video chats and was called out for her 2015 song "Dindu Nuffin," which some call a racist slur mocking victims of police violence.
The Jonas Brothers just released their music video filmed over Zoom, along with Karol G, called "X".
“The #XMusicVideo is here! Definitely a new experience shooting a music video with the directors on Zoom while we were at home 🤯😂 Hope you guys love it!” the boys wrote on Instagram
Last night, Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter, Julia Michaels was featured on SONGLAND. The winning song, “Give It To You,” which Michaels recorded, is available now at all DSPs. Writers on the song include Julia Michaels, “Songland” songwriter Keegan Bost and Ryan Tedder.
Burning Man will not happen this year, due to the pandemic, but there will still be a festival.
Organizers of the event held in the Nevada desert announced Friday they were pulling the plug to avoid a possible COVID-19 outbreak. The event, scheduled for Aug. 30 to Sept. 7, isn't being postponed -- like Coachella -- but instead will move online
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3: Blinding Lights The Weeknd
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6: The Box Roddy Ricch
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