A Taste of What's to Come?
Earlier today we got to see promo video for Miley Cyrus‘s upcoming BANGERZ Tour and right now we get a taste of what we MIGHT see once she hits the road next year. Miley paid a visit to the BBC Radio 1 studios in London, England to perform a cover of Lana Del Rey‘s song Summertime Sadness. For the most part, the cover turned out OK but it kind of lacks a bit of the song’s soul, I think. That said, this cover performance might give us some insight as to the kind of live performance Miley might have in store for folks who see her on tour. Click the embed above to watch Miley‘s performance of Lana‘s song then click below to compare it with the original version of Summertime Sadness. More »
The TV Guide
Last night I made my way to the Belasco Theater in Downtown LA to see the amazing M.I.A. LIVE in concert. For the past few months, M.I.A. has been releasing new song after new song after new song, leading up to the release this month of her newest album Matangi. In celebration of the release of her album, M.I.A. is on tour to promote Matangi and last night she performed the first of 2 concerts here in LA. Having seen her live before, I knew I was in for a good time. What I had forgotten is that M.I.A. concerts are truly an AMAZING time :) More »
Coming to a Town near YOU
Miley Cyrus is going on tour and she wants YOU to pay good money to see her act out her antics LIVE on stage in a town near you. That’s right, after a string of over-the-top, attention-grabbing performances in music videos, at awards shows and in the privacy of her own home, Miley is bringing her live show to YOU! Tickets are already on sale for The BANGERZ Tour but just in case you haven’t been inspired yet to pick up your tickets, Miley wants you to watch the video embedded above to convince you. If that’s not enough, you can click below to see a second promo video for The BANGERZ Tour below. More »
In Honor of Lou Reed
In the wake of Lou Reed‘s death due to liver failure last month, musicians all over the world immediately went into mourning. Morrissey was among the musicians most affected by Reed‘s death and as a result, he has decided to pay further tribute to the late rocker. Moz has decided to officially release as a single a live recording of his performance of Lou Reed‘s song Satellite of Love in honor of his late hero and friend. The announcement was published on Morrissey‘s semi-official website along with the cover art for the single, which you can see in full below. More »
Back in September we got our first listen of Christina Aguilera‘s new song We Remain as featured on the upcoming soundtrack to The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (a song that, IMHO, works very well for the film). Today we get to hear a portion of Lorde‘s contribution to the Catching Fire soundtrack. A 90-second clip of Lorde‘s cover of Everybody Wants to Rule the World by Tears for Fears has been released and as you can hear below, her take on the song is quite a departure from the original version of the song (which was a HUGE hit in the 80′s). Click below to hear Lorde do Tears for Fear for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. More »
"You're just trifling"
Late last month, Mariah Carey gave us our first look at the cover art for her new album title single The Art of Letting Go. Today we get to hear the song in full. Letting Go was supposed to come out over the summer but, if anything, the delay has made this moment all the sweeter. Mimi‘s new song is a midtempo track that hearkens back to the pop music sound that made her a megastar back in the 90′s. Click the embed above and get your FIRST LISTEN of Mariah Carey‘s new song The Art of Letting Go.
UPDATE: Altho MC posted the song on her official You Tube channel, the video has been made “private” so that it could be debuted on her Facebook profile. Until the embed above stars working again, you can hear the song here:
Little Sophie Singing 'To The Left, To The Left' Is Everything
You may think it’d be impossible to steal Beyoncé‘s shine– during the Mrs. Carter Show world tour, no less– but it’s finally happened. Bey sang a duet with an adorable young fan named Sophie and Sophie totally rocked her part on Irreplaceable. The 13 year-old suffers from blindness and also has hearing and muscle difficulties, but she should henceforth and forever more be known as the girl who got to sing with Beyoncé that one time. After the video was taken Sophie‘s sister explained, ‘She’s never really been able to go to a concert due to logistical reasons… She had no idea that [Beyoncé] was going to sing with her. It was amazing.’ Amazing, indeed. Peep the video for more!
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The TV Guide
AT LAST! Last night was my chance to see Nine Inch Nails on their Tension 2013 tour with their stunning performance at the Staples Center and I can assure you, it was a night that I will remember for a very long time. I’ve been hearing amazing things about this NIN tour (which is vastly different from the show they performed on their festival tour this past summer) but did my best to stay away from spoilers until I could see the show for myself. I met up with some homettes last night and we all enjoyed the show together. It was truly one of the best concerts of my life. More »
Have A Listen!
A couple of years ago, our dear Britney Spears did Rihanna a solid by appearing on a remix of her song S&M. It looks like Ri Ri is returning the favor because a snippet of a NEW remix of Work Bitch has hit the Internets that is attributed to Rihanna on vocals. Supposedly titled Work Bitch (Twerk Remix), this short snippet from the song reminds us how hot it can been when Britney and Rihanna work on a collab together. Click below, have a listen … see what you think. More »
Nothin' Like A Good Throwback
Justin Timberlake is sooo tryna get me to fall in love with him right now, LOL! JT is on his 20/20 Experience tour right now and he hit up the Barclays Center in Brooklyn the other night. Fans got a real Throwback treat when Justin decided to perform one of the greatest songs in the history of music, Bell Biv DeVoe‘s Poison. Peep the video to see Justin‘s cover, and click inside for the original music video, because– let’s be real– there’s nothing quite like the original.