Along with her fellow ex-Mousketeers Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera proved to be one of the most durable hit-makers of the Y2K-era teen-pop explosion. Long after most of their peers found alternate careers in show business or disappeared from pop culture entirely, these artists kept sending singles to the top 10. Spears survived … More »
The Flaming Lips’ wonky experimentation has hit a new high. They’ve released vinyl records pressed with beer and blood in the past, and now they’re ready to take the logical next step: vinyl records pressed with Miley Cyrus’ pee. In a new interview, frontman Wayne Coyne tells NME that he thinks it would … More »
Thousands of gun violence protesters took to the streets of Washington, D.C. today for the March For Our Lives’ Rally. The brave survivors of last month’s Parkland school shooting organized this demonstration, sparking 800 sister marches worldwide. Musicians are using this opportunity to speak out about gun reform, including Ariana Grande, Common, Andra Day, Miley … More »
Back in 2015, Marvin Gaye’s family won a copyright-infringement lawsuit against Robin Thicke, thanks to the claim that Thicke’s massive global hit “Blurred Lines” was too similar to Gaye’s song “Got To Give It Up.” The two songs weren’t that similar musically, but Thicke had taken inspiration from Gaye, and that was apparently enough … More »
Before this year’s Grammys, news broke that Lorde would not be performing at the ceremony, since the producers wouldn’t let her sing one of her own songs — an invitation extended to all four other Album Of The Year nominees, all of whom were men. So in looking at this year’s performances, of which … More »
Elton John just announced his farewell tour, which will take place over the next three years and encompass over 300 dates, so we’ve still got him around for a while. John received the 2018 President’s Merit Award at the Grammys, and to honor the occasion he performed during the televised ceremony. He was joined … More »
Lamar, who is also nominated for seven awards including album of the year, will reportedly open the show.
Previously announced Grammy performers for the James Corden hosted event include Alessia Cara, Cardi B, Childish Gambino, Daddy Yankee, Luis Fonsi, Kesha, Khalid, Lady Gaga, Little Big Town, Logic, Patti LuPone, Bruno Mars, P!nk, Ben Platt, and SZA.
The 60th Annual Grammy Awards airs live on CBS January 28 at 7:30 p.m. ET.
It’s that time of year again. The time where, no matter how dire and infuriating and confounding the world is, you can at least try and take solace in the season’s traditions. That’s what those are there for, right? To give you a little sense of order, something to hang onto amidst the frenetic pace … More »
Larry David may have been willing to host Saturday Night Live yesterday, but that doesn’t mean he was willing to participate in a rap video parody where everyone was dressed as a giant baby. While cast members Pete Davidson, Chris Redd, and Kenan Thompson and musical guest Miley Cyrus do “the baby step,” Larry David … More »