Although he was nominated twice last year, Drake says that hearing his name called as a Grammy nominee is still a surreal experience.
Take That has Europe’s new No. 1 album with “Progress, “replacing Rihanna’s “Loud.”
Soul singer Aretha Franklin was scheduled to undergo surgery on Thursday for an undisclosed reason, a Detroit City Council member who organized a prayer vigil for the “Queen of Soul” said on Thursday.
Two unreleased Michael Jackson songs leak online, Katie Couric to appear on “Glee” and more.
Out of the blue, Coldplay released a new song and video for “Christmas Lights” Tuesday (Nov. 30) that has the band playing on a stage reminiscent of a pop-up book.
The Canadian singer proved that he’s more than just a pretty face that makes the girls swoon when he solved a rubik’s cube during a recent TV interview overseas.
It seemed that every big name in pop music was on hand for the GRAMMY Nominations Concert last night (Dec. 1). And while everyone was there hoping to hear their name called in the list of nominees, quite a few were there to perform as well.
The second helping, titled “Science & Faith,” from Irish pop-rockers The Script follows the band’s slow-burn debut success, driven by the single “Breakeven.”
Next week, Susan Boyle’s second album “The Gift” (Syco/Sony Music) looks like it will make a return engagement to the top of the list.
A combination of hard work and free hugs is helping Australian rockers Sick Puppies sniff out growing success in the United States.