Sure, their latest single “Perfect” sounds an awful lot like Taylor Swift’s “Style,” but that’s not stopping One Direction from promoting the heck out of it.
Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Liam Payne and Niall Horan released the official music video on Tuesday (October 21) after Mr. Payne’s sudden illness forced the cancellation of the group’s concert in Belfast.
She’s one of the most expressive and devoted singers of her generation and Lady Gaga was recognized for her contribution to the art world during the annual Americans for the Arts’ National Arts Awards on Monday night (October 19).
The “Just Dance” diva received the Young Artist Award at the New York City shindig and was introduced by her friend and art mentor Klaus Biesenbach, a curator for the Museum of Modern Art.
Two months ago she announced her split from husband Gavin Rossdale, and Gwen Stefani just released a new music video that captures the emotional turmoil she’s been enduring as of late.
On Tuesday (October 20) the “Hella Good” songstress dropped the clip for “Used to Love You,” a tragically beautiful song that’s clearly written in response to her failed marriage. And in the video Gwen simply shakes her head, breaks down in tears and grows increasingly angry.
Following a season of laying relatively low, Kanye West is back from the studio with a pair of fresh ditties for all to enjoy.
The “Love Lockdown” rapper uploaded “When I See It” and “Say You Will” (featuring Caroline Shaw) to his SoundCloud page earlier this month, though nobody seemed to notice until musician Travis Scott added a screenshot of the songs to his Instagram page.
Over the weekend, a new track titled “Strong” hit the internet featuring both the “One Less Lonely Girl” hunk and the “Come and Get It” gal singing about how they wish their relationship could’ve somehow worked.