The Recording Academy has announced its star studded Grammys lineup ahead of the ceremony, donned ‘Music’s Biggest Night’ airing on...
'Map Of The Soul: 7' has also debuted at the top of the Australian album chart this week.
Newly announced artists will join The Chemical Bros, Duran Duran, Lewis Capaldi, Lionel Richie and more for the 2020 festival.
UK songstress Jessie Ware shares a taste of her new album ‘What’s Your Pleasure’, with the nu disco single, ‘Spotlight’
This year, Stormzy, Liam Gallagher and Rage Against The Machine will headline the main stages across the three days.
Lady Gaga returns to the spotlight with her new single ‘Stupid Love’ and a flashy music video, ending her nearly three-year hiatus.
The star is unrecognisable in the clip as she gender-swaps to transform into the titular ‘Man’, who is presented as an egotistical business boss.
Rising UK pop star Mabel continues her hot streak with the release of her thumbing new single, ‘Boyfriend’.
The K-Pop stars performed tracks from their new album, 'Map Of The Soul: 7', plus Bruno Mars and Post Malone covers.
Navigating the trek from a huge hit group to solo success is treacherous one – but Stacy Ann Ferguson has a track record of making things work.
K-pop icons BTS took over New York City’s Grand Central Terminal for an epic peformance for The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
A new Lady Gaga era is upon us, as the Oscar-winning actress-musician has announced her new single ‘Stupid Love’ will be dropping on Friday.
Soft yet powerful, this new rendition of ‘Rare’ allows listeners to hear the song in a whole new light.
Rihanna was awarded the President’s Award the NAACP Image Awards this past Saturday, where she was honoured for her many philanthropic efforts in the black community.
After a three-year hiatus, Justin Bieber makes a triumphant return to the charts, earning his seventh No.1 album with his album ‘Changes’.
The 'Inner Child' credits also include V from BTS and other such writers as South Korean producer PDogg, Scottish singer-songwriter KoolKid and UK electronic group Arcades.