Ever wonder who is the woman hidden behind the tattoos, abrasive Twitter personality and shroud of off-key notes that Rihanna presents to the world? Well, thanks to the ever-inquisitive Oprah Winfrey’s ‘Oprah’s Next Chapter’ we’re about to find out and we already have the first preview.
Forget about the previous teaser, this is the real deal. No Doubt has revealed the official cover of their new album, ‘Push & Shove’, which will be released on September 25th, and it represents the wild band in all their random glory.
Aaliyah isn’t the only fallen artist who has a posthumous album set for release in 2012. The recently deceased Whitney Houston, who would have celebrated her 49th birthday today (August 9th), will have an updated greatest set in stores in late fall.
Since the release of his duet with Aaliyah, ‘Enough Said’, rumours have swirled concerning the level of Drake’s involvement in the later singer’s first posthumous album. So, to set the record straight, Drake spoke with MuchMusic to fully explain his role in the project.
The list of performers for the 2012 MTV VMA is continuing to swell and the name added to the list is Pink. The high flying entertainer announced via MTV News that she will hit the stage during the show to debut new music in the days prior to the release of her new album, ‘The […]
Emeli Sande has enjoyed tremendous success in the UK with her double platinum debut album, ‘Our Version of Events’, and she is set to maintain the hype with a new single. The upbeat ‘Wonder’ has been selected as the latest offering from the singer-songwriter’s LP and has has already filmed its corresponding video.
Ciara is currently in a race with Brandy for the most mishandled project of 2012 but LA Reid is set to put a stop to that nonsense. In fact, the music mogul has put the Twitter fashionista to work and during an interview with ‘Watch What Happens Live’, he announced that a release date for […]
Artists can’t achieve success on the strength of just raw talent and they need the support of a properly managed resources to help them climb the charts. However, several acts have suffered major losses because such a necessary foundation was not in place, and they are known as the entertianment industry’s label victims.