The fan-voted 45th annual American Music Awards kicked off tonight and welcomed new artists, as well as honored the top artists in hip hop, EDM, rock, pop, country and more. Broadcasted live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California, the AMAs featured performances by Zedd, Marshmello, P!NK, Selena Gomez, BTS, and a handful of other artists. Check
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Recently, pop music star, Selena Gomez, has released a snippet of her new music video “Wolves,” on Twitter. She has also revealed that fans can only check out the full-length music video exclusively on Apple Music. Fans are excited to check out the new music video but, unfortunately, only Apple Music Subscribers will have access
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Lately the music world has been celebrating the 25th anniversary of R.E.M.’s landmark Automatic For The People — Stereogum, for instance, interviewed Michael Stipe — and lo and behold, one of the album’s signature songs made its way to the American Music Awards tonight. It’s unclear whether Pink and Kelly Clarkson had the Automatic … More »
It’s been quite awhile since we’ve heard Selena Gomez’s voice. As Gomez prepares for her return to the stage at the American Music Awards, the pop start did an incredible dress rehearsal from her living room on Instagram live. Due to health issues in late 2016, Selena Gomez hasn’t performed for fans in any setting
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It turns out that you can’t just put a bunch of pop stars in a room together and expect ratings gold. Or, at least, you can’t do that anymore. The Dick Clark-created American Music Awards have been happening every year since 1973, and once upon a time, they were the main competition to the Grammys. More »
(AllHipHop News) After earning a record 13 American Music Award nominations this year, Drake ended up leaving the event with four trophies.
One of those awards was for “Best Rap/Hip-Hop Artist,” and the “One Dance” performer used his acceptance speech to take veiled shots at other rappers.
“For our genre, I just like to keep things exciting and keep making music. Shout out to everybody that’s trying to do the same thing,” said Drake.
He later added, “Watch how you speak on my name you know.”
Drake was not clear exactly who he wanted to heed his warning.
Several other rap stars – such as Kendrick Lamar, Meek Mill, and Joe Budden – have called out the OVO founder by name over the last few years.
The most recent incident was Kanye West’s epic Sacremento rant which included Ye suggesting the radio plays Drake and DJ Khaled’s “For Free” too much.
— Music is Life (@ArtOfMusic_) November 21, 2016