‘Dangerous Woman’ found Ariana Grande moving into edgier territory and forging a new musical identity though genre exploration.
Celebrities have received honorary degrees before, but Rihanna took it one step further and was named humanitarian of the year by the Harvard Foundation.
Three Universal Music Group (UMG) artists, Drake, Rihanna and Kanye West, have landed eight nominations each for the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.
Fergie’s debut solo album, ‘The Dutchess’, remains a modern pop classic and is due for 2LP reissue on 2 December.
Here's Corinne Bailey Rae's new video for 'Green Aphrodisiac,' from her third studio album The Heart Speaks In Whispers, out on 13 May on Good Groove/EMI.
Double Grammy-winner Corinne Bailey Rae has released 'Been To The Moon,' as the lead track from her forthcoming third album The Heart Speaks In Whispers.
Taylor Swift grabbed the headlines at last night's 58th Grammy Awards, on a night of double success for Chris Stapleton. Little Big Town and The Weeknd.
The second US No. 1 album of her career arrived with the 1989 collaboration with producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, 'Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814.'
The Weeknd occupies both of the top two positions on this week's Hot 100, and thus joins a unique club including the Beatles and only eight other artists.
Here’s the new video that’s just been launched for ‘Can’t Feel My Face,’ the current hit by hot Island act The Weeknd, directed by Grant Singer.
Mary J. Blige has announced a new UK single and three major shows in England in July 2015.
15 years ago today, the ‘Voodoo’ album served notice that D'Angelo was the soul sound of the new millennium, when it debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.
The video for ‘Earned It (Fifty Shades Of Grey)' by the Weeknd, from the Island soundtrack for ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’, is complete and we have it here.
Ahead of ‘The London Sessions,' Mary J. Blige has compiled a collection of “top fives," from which uDiscover has put together Mary J's personal playlist.
Soul queen Mary J Blige has unveiled not one, but two new previews of her much-anticipated forthcoming album ‘The London Sessions.’
Anticipation was at fever pitch as ‘Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814' was released internationally on September 18, 1989.