Singer Charli XCX took a break from touring Wednesday night to perform at an unlikely venue: a high school gymnasium.
The chart-topping 22-year-old pop star delivered the tunes "I Love It," ''Fancy" and "Boom Clap" to a crowd of excited high school students at Aspire Pacific Academy's homecoming dance. She later manned the DJ booth.
The Piano Guys are about to hit a very high note — 500 million views on YouTube.
So how did four dads from Utah collect over 3.3 million subscribers and debut their fourth studio album, Wonders, at the twelfth spot on the Billboard Top 200 earlier this month — their highest debut and biggest opening sales week to date? With a little help from Batman, One Direction and Swedish House Mafia.
Taylor Swift's new album 1989 will be released in just a few days (in case you've missed the nearly nonstop promotion), but fans can hear yet another track off the album in a Target commercial that debuted Wednesday morning.
Thirty seconds of "Style" soundtrack an ad for the deluxe Target edition of the album, which includes three extra songs and three songwriting voice memos.
It is time for Taylor Swift to drop the mic and take a bow because she has just accomplished the unthinkable. Swift hit number one on the Canadian iTunes chart this week with eight seconds of pure static.
For 15 years, Stan Goldstein has personally escorted diehard fans of Bruce Springsteen through the singer’s old and new haunts on his "Rock 'N' Roll Tour of the Jersey Shore," but he had never caught a glimpse of The Boss in the flesh ... until this past weekend.
"It finally happened — a Bruce sighting,” Goldstein tells The Hollywood Reporter of the moment he spotted Springsteen and his wife, Patti Scialfa,paying a parking meter in Red Bank.
Justin Timberlake is winding down his 20/20 Experience world tour, announcing that the final two shows will take place on Jan. 1 and Jan. 2 at Las Vegas' MGM Grand Garden Arena and be filmed by Jonathan Demme.
Over the summer, we heard that Lorde would be curating the soundtrack for the third Hunger Games movie, Mockingjay, Part One, which hits theaters Nov. 21. And now, on the heels of Monday's release of the Chemical Brothers and Miguel's contribution, "This Is Not a Game," we've got the full, star-studded track list.
Lana Del Rey, born Elizabeth Grant, has carefully constructed a swooning, vintage showwoman persona — one who romanticizes death, conflates love with danger, and seems to continuously ache for fame and grandeur. The construct was flimsy when she first broke out, painfully, on the Saturday Night Live stage in 2012, before she felt comfortable in the mask. Critics saw through the costume and doubted there could be anything truly genuine about the singer formerly known as Lizzy Grant.