Since the release of his hit single “Started from the Bottom”, Drake has endured serious backlash from Hip-Hop fans who rightfully regard his ode to the streets as inauthentic. Yet, their claims have not dampened the melodic rapper’s stance and he has responded to his critics in the latest issue of GQ magazine.
Despite featuring Rick Ross, “Who Do We Think We Are” performed dismally on the charts and failed to garner John Legend the buzz he needs for his upcoming Love in the Future album. So, the crooner has released a new song, “Made to Love”, that boasts a completely different sound.
Dawn Richard’s GoldenHeart album was a major commercial success but it certainly landed her in the good graces of music critics. Now, to build on that momentum, the singer-songwriter is preparing the followup to the record, BlackHeart, for release in the fall season.
Britney Spears’ new song, “Ooh La La”, officially impacted iTunes today and the megastar informed the world by calling On Air with Ryan Seacrest. However, her contribution to The Smurfs 2 soundtrack wasn’t the only topic on the board, she also shed light on her rumoured Las Vegas residency and her new album.
Mario’s new single, “Somebody Else”, is in desperate need of a boost on the charts, so he has quickly readied its corresponding video. Featuring Pop star Nicki Minaj, this behind the scenes footage of the shoot shows the duo meeting for what seems to be the first time as Mario does his best to get […]
If Chris Brown really wanted to get revenge against Drake, he would have shot his new video for “Don’t Think They Know” with scenes of him grinding on an Aaliyah hologram. However, the young entertainer took a different approach to the production by taking a stand against gun violence.
Drake is so…special. After teasing his fans with the possibility of a tour on Twitter, the rapper has revealed that his question was actually the name of his latest venture, Would You Like a Tour?. Set to kickoff on September 25 in Portland, the shows will be supported by Miguel and Future.
Rihanna’s “Stay” is one of the biggest hits of the year as well as one of the best performances in her largely unimpressive catalogue, primarily because of her sombre and emotional vocals. In fact, she sang it so well that singers who usually outclass her have struggled to cover the tune. For example, Jessie J.
Kanye West isn’t the only megalomaniac in the Roc Nation family. His mentor and leader, Jay-Z, rules the roost of egotistical rappers, although he demands attention in a much more subtle way. For instance, while crafting what sounds like incredible music in this Samsung Galaxy commercial, Jay-Z announced his new album, Magna Carta Holy Grail.
So, another week of activity has ended here on The Lava Lizard and it’s time for our roundup of the hot topics. Among the artists who ruled the headlines were Kelly Rowland, Miley Cyrus, Mariah Carey and Kanye West, but who else made the list of the top 10 top stories?