Missy Elliott released 'Miss E... So Addictive' 20 years ago and earned her first Grammy. And who can forget the music video for 'Get Ur Freak On'?
In addition to their second child they're expecting, the couple share 5-year-old daughter Cadence. The rapper also has a daughter Cai, 6, and a daughter Karma, 13, from previous relationships
UPDATED: Shortly after this article published on Friday, Swizz Beatz posted the tracklist for DMX’s posthumous album, “Exodus.” View this post on Instagram A post shared by Swizz Beatz (@therealswizzz) In the days after DMX’s death from a heart attack last month, several people close to the veteran rapper said that he recently had completed a new […]
Miley Cyrus has set an LGBTQ Pride concert special called “Stand By You” at Peacock, the first project under a newly announced overall talent and development deal at NBCUniversal Television, the company said Friday. The one-hour special, filmed in Nashville, will feature Cyrus “singing an array of her hits and putting her creative spin on beloved classics, all in the spirit of PRIDE,” per NBCU. That event is one of three specials Cyrus, a former coach on NBC’s “The Voice,” is working on across NBCU brands under her pact with the studio, which includes a first-look deal between NBCU Television and Streaming and Hopetown Entertainment, the production company run by Miley Cyrus and her mother, Tish Cyrus. According to NBCU, the “partnership will encompass potential projects across scripted and unscripted content throughout NBCU’s Television and Streaming Entertainment portfolio, which includes NBC, Bravo, E!, Oxygen, SYFY, Universal Kids, USA and Peacock. Within this ecosystem, Cyrus will have the opportunity to leverage her talents as producer, performer and host across network, cable, streaming and syndication programming.” “Miley is the true definition of a multi-hyphenate superstar and her Pride special, ‘Stand By You’ for Peacock is the perfect way to kick off this incredible partnership,” Susan Rovner, chairman of entertainment content at NBCUniversal Television and Streaming, said in a statement Friday. “The creative possibilities for Miley across our portfolio are literally endless and we can’t wait to collaborate on amazing projects across genres with her, Tish Cyrus’s Hopetown Entertainment and Adam Leber for Rebel.” Cyrus added: “I have had an incredible long-lasting relationship with NBC for years! Many memorable moments in my career have been shared and supported by NBCU! This feels like a natural progression and I am looking forward to creating content that we love and hope everyone who watches does too! We’re starting this journey together with a Pride special on Peacock to celebrate a month we both want to highlight with this concert event!” Read original story Miley Cyrus Sets ‘Stand by You’ Pride Concert Special at Peacock, Signs NBCU Overall Deal At TheWrap
#TBT indeed! Check out the nostalgic post Jennifer Lopez shared that has a connection to Ben Affleck, with whom she recently reunited, more than 17 years after their breakup.
The Voice has traditionally aired two seasons a year in the spring and the fall on NBC. The long-running singing competition will now be reduced to one cycle a year. The network announced the plans after revealing the its fall schedule. The Voice will return on Tuesday nights in the fall for its 21st cycle, […]
The "Seeing Green" singer is making her first public comments about her father Robert Maraj's death in a February hit-and-run.
PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) ripped the Offspring due to its "egregious exploitation of chimpanzees" in the band's "We Never Have Sex Anymore" video. The animal rights organization implored frontman Dexter Holland to immediately take down the clip. "There are plenty of things we all miss about the ’90s—but animal exploitation isn’t…
Pokémon-themed music video follows Perry and Pikachu in their earlier forms in celebration of the video game franchise's 25-year anniversary.
Abramorama“The studio definitely has the most unusual of stories,” explains director Hannah Berryman. “Started by two farmers who wanted to record themselves and other locals, it grew and grew, animals getting kicked out of barns to make way for the musicians…”Berryman is describing Rockfield, a series of converted farmhouses deep in the Welsh countryside that holds the distinction of being the world’s first independent residential recording studio. A number of celebrated bands, from Black Sabbath and Oasis to Robert Plant and Queen, have recorded at Rockfield (you probably spotted it in the film Bohemian Rhapsody, as it’s where Freddie Mercury and the gang recorded that legendary tune). And the studio is the subject of Rockfield: The Studio on the Farm, a new feature documentary by Berryman that’s releasing online May 14.The Japanese Photographer Who Captured David Bowie’s Ethereal BeautyAnother band that touched Rockfield is the chart-topping rock group Coldplay, the U.K. act comprised of Chris Martin, Will Champion, Jonny Buckland, and Guy Berryman. After meeting at University College London, releasing their EP Safety, and inking a five-album deal with Parlophone, the fellas wrote and recorded portions of their debut album Parachutes at Rockfield.“When Coldplay arrived they’d only recently been signed and not yet had a hit,” says Berryman. “They’d started recording in London, but it hadn’t gone too well, so this was make or break really. This farm, set in the majestic green Welsh hills, turned out to the inspiration they needed.”And it was at Rockfield that Coldplay found the inspiration to record their first big hit—and arguably their greatest song: “Yellow.” As the story goes, after laying down a track, their co-producer Ken Nelson told them to come outside and look at the stars shining brightly in the night sky.“Anyway, I went back in to sit behind the control desk… and then that chord… I started doing that [strumming]… and then I started thinking about Neil Young, ‘Stars…. for you….’” recalls Chris Martin in Rockfield: The Studio on the Farm.In this exclusive clip from Rockfield: The Studio on the Farm, watch Martin explain how Coldplay crafted “Yellow” in this magical woodland place:Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
"If I hadn't ever made another album, I just wouldn't have made it. But when it felt right, it felt right."
As the U.S. moves closer to reopening seemingly every day, it looks like a big step forward will come in mid-summer, when the Lollapalooza Festival will return to Chicago with a four-day event at its usual place and date range — Grant Park, July 29-August 1 — sources tell Variety. The city of Chicago gave […]
Pink reveals the best advice she got about the faux rivalry with her female pop star peers.
Punk rock stalwarts The Offspring took a very tongue-in-cheek approach creating a video for their song "We Never Have Sex Anymore," off their latest album Let The Bad Times Roll. Known for their offbeat humor, in this case, the Offspring brought along chimpanzees, pole dancers, and of course, in an unlikely feature, Full House actor John Stamos for…
Maren Morris and Miranda Lambert lead the field of contenders for the 2021 CMT Music Awards with four nods each, in nominations announced by the network Thursday for its June 9 show. Kane Brown and Kelsea Ballerini, who were revealed Wednesday as co-hosts for the telecast, can count on some suspense about how they’ll fare […]
MRC Non-Fiction is announcing the production of a new documentary, “Girl You Know It’s True,” about the quick rise and faster fall of Milli Vanilli, the late ’80s pop duo that won the best new artist Grammy and sold more than 10 million records before losing it all amid a musical scandal. The documentary about […]