As the Meek Mill and Drake feud rolls on, ghostwriting is a hot topic. While the rappers continue to tangle -- one fiery tweet and diss track at a time -- we look at the artists whose hit songs were penned by other artists and songwriters. From Frank Sinatra to Rihanna, music stars across the genres…
Over the past five years, few pop artists have endured a faster roller-coaster career ride than Justin Bieber, who rose to fame with phenomenal rapidity. From a precocious YouTube star in the late '00s to the tattooed heartthrob of today, Bieber has grown up before our very eyes -- and now, he’s rea…
Former N.W.A manager Jerry Heller has been open about his opinion of recent biopic Straight Outta Compton, saying in a recent profile, “The movie has nothing to do with what we did.” Heller has been presenting his own version of events in a number of different interviews -- the most recent of which…
One week, Calvin Harris is allergic to Taylor Swift’s cats. The next, they’re having a royal wedding and buying castles to match. And now, according to anonymous Radar Online sources, they’ve called it quits. But Swift BFF Selena Gomez swiftly shut down that report in an interview Monday (Oct. 12).
Fall Out Boy will head out on a winter tour – or "Wintour," as the band calls out – this February when the "Uma Thurman" crew hits the road with AWOLNATION for 20 shows. The band also revealed their next single "Irresistible" will feature Demi Lovato.
Phil Collins has announced that he'll release his autobiography in October 2016. "Several times over the last few years I have been asked to write a biography but never felt that the time was right - until now," the Genesis singer said in a statement. "Having found the right publisher in Penguin Random House, I am ready to go on record about my life in music with all the highs and all the lows and to tell the story from my point of view, warts and all!"
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis will embark on their first U.S. tour in nearly two years this January as 'The Heist' duo have scheduled a month-long trek at intimate venues across the nation. The jaunt, which kicks off January 9th in Phoenix, will be followed by a Spring 2016 tour in support of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' upcoming new album.
Less than a year after Foo Fighters released their studio-hopping 'Sonic Highways,' Dave Grohl and company are already working on new music, with the singer revealing that he laid down some new music in one of his favorite musical cities: Austin, Texas. Grohl made the announcement during Foo Fighters' Austin City Limits Music Festival (ACL) set, "You know what I did last night … We recorded five fucking new songs in your beautiful city." Grohl also told the crowd that one of those tracks features rocker Ben Kweller.
Although Dr Dre released what he dubbed his "grand finale" with 'Compton,' the rapper isn't entirely closing the book on his music career. On Dre's The Pharmacy Beats 1 radio show Sunday, during an interview with his 'Chronic' collaborator Snoop Dogg the G-Funk mastermind revealed, "One of my dreams right now is to be able to take my ideas and take a show over to Europe." Dre's proposal: A trek alongside his protégés Snoop, Eminem and Kendrick Lamar.
Elvis Costello releases his revelatory new memoir, 'Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink,' tomorrow. Costello sat down with David Fricke and revealed how Bruce Springsteen, Margaret Thatcher and a little "revenge and guilt" inspired 10 key tracks spanning his vast discography. Listen to the tracks below and hear the stories behind each.