Jahan Yousaf and Yasmine Yousaf, sisters in the popular EDM group Krewella, have reacted to a $5 million lawsuit filed by founding member Kris Trindl with a wildly different account of what caused his departure.
"Out of nowhere" seems to be Beyonce's new go-to move, because she just dropped two new tracks without warning.
"7/11" and "Ring Off" are both included in the deluxe repackaging of her self-titled 2013 album, due out next week. But they've made their way online in advance, either intentionally or otherwise. Snippets of both songs were leaked Wednesday.
Mike Nichols, the celebrated director, writer and comedian who died Wednesday at the age of 83, left a considerable mark in the marriage of music, musicians and visual images. He cast musicians as actors, giving several prominent ones their first major roles; opened two of his films to established songwriters; and provided American vehicles for a legendary French composer.
Nearly 10 years after joining forces with Rob Fusari to find "the female equivalent to the lead singer of The Strokes," Wendy Starland has been awarded more than $7.3 million by a federal court for her role in discovering the artist who would turn into Lady Gaga.
It's Kevin Jonas like you've never seen him before. In the year since the Jonas Brothers decided to go their separate ways, the elder statesman of the group has kept busy with various projects in the tech world, on the home renovation front and, of course, on television, including a recent cameo on the Real Housewives of New Jersey.
British actor Idris Elba — best known for his roles in Pacific Rim, Luther, The Wire and last year's Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom — also includes musician, producer and DJ on his resume and on his newest project those worlds are colliding. It's not a part in a new film but, rather, a new album of original material in tribute to Nelson Mandela and his late father.
Lana Del Rey made several top 10 lists last year with “Summertime Sadness,” and this winter, she’ll be giving a voice to the sadness of Amy Adams’ character in Big Eyes, the Tim Burton film that opens Dec. 25. Her contributions are not just a bit of the old Ultraviolence (to cite the title of her most recent album), but two entirely new tracks, kept secret until the Christmas release started screening for insiders a few days ago.
Ariana Grande will be dominating the 2014 American Music Awards.
It was announced Tuesday that the singer will perform a medley of her hits, including "Problem," "Break Free" and "Love Me Harder" at the awards show. It was also announced that Grande and Jessie J will perform their summer smash "Bang Bang."