“It costs a lot of money, so we’re looking for investors,” the singer told TMZ Dec. 20, on releasing the ‘hip-hopera”s first installments since 2007.
It’s a non-linear fever dream with an earth-rattling ruckus, but Van Etten, standing eyes-closed in the center of an apocalyptic tornado, sings the listener to sleep.
Rebecca Black’s infamous “Friday” video has topped all other YouTube videos of 2011 with 180 million views. The site announced its most-viewed clips of the year Tuesday.
The singer took to Twitter after being dubbed a “n—abitch.”
The much-bootlegged “Bat Chain Puller” will see release at last in January.
Ne-Yo tells the broken-hearted backstory of his No. 1 hit, “So Sick.”
Rumor has it that Billboard Artist of the Year Adele will be striking a pose on the cover of Vogue this spring. WWD is reporting that Vogue, the world’s most influential fashion magazine, has recruited the “Someone Like You” singer for the March 2012 cover story.
Lady Gaga was the victim of a hyper-targeted attack on Twitter and Facebook on Monday, with her millions of “monsters” being solicited to provide personal details in exchange for a free iPad. The hacker or hackers first tried to dupe many of her 45 million Facebook fans with wording meant to seem legitimate.
Lady Gaga is evil. So says the Westboro Baptist Church. Cheryl Wheeler disagrees. And, like any dedicated folk artist, she wrote a song about it.
“American Idol” season 7 runner-up David Archuleta is putting music on hold for two years while he embarks on a Mormon mission. The 20-year-old Murray, Utah native revealed his call to serve at the Salt Lake City stop of his My Kind of Christmas Tour, telling the crowd, “I would like to make a special announcement: that I’ve chosen to serve a full-time mission.”