Here is my loving playlist for two kids who remind us all about a sometimes flickering yet ultimately difficult to extinguish force in our world -- a crazy little thing called love.
The OneRepublic frontman and songwriter is only interested in creating new music, and having a career that challenges him. Yep, that means no "Apologize Part 2," people.
Here's a loose-lipped playlist for Stan the Man, a dude with a big ego and a very mixed record who finally accomplished the impossible -- actually stealing some of the cultural spotlight away from Lady GaGa.
While Idol winner Kris Allen struggles remain relevant and standout in the industry, Lambert has easily made the transition quite easily from contestant to pop star.
"Can I" fuses pop with Caribbean style and offers a powerful introduction to this singer with a number of feel-good, radio-friendly songs perfectly suited to take over everyone's Songs of Summer playlist.
Yeardley Love's death was not some isolated incident. 1 in 3 adolescent girls in the U.S. have been a victim of physical, emotional, or verbal abuse from a dating partner.
While Kemp is a major cutie patootie, it's his main squeeze, music superstar Rihanna, who is likely to draw the camera lenses.
The British band's debut album Lungs has been a huge breakout, spurring buzz in both the U.K. and the U.S.. Delicate and ferocious, Florence and the Machine is pretty with a punch.
It's not everyday that a pop star stops by a middle school and performs his newest single. But that's exactly what happened when Jaicko, the up-and-coming Barbadian singer, visited students at a school in Harlem.
Who knew Rihanna and Khloe Kardashian were fashion soulmates (or maybe had the same stylist)?
As the entertainment industry flocks to South by Southwest for their annual look at the best and brightest in new music, here are a few recent acts th...
While I have never posed nude myself, I certainly enjoy such photos like any other red blooded male (and am programmed to do so according to scientists), and musicians are within their rights to present themselves as they see fit.
"SoulCycle?" What a name! I was instantly compelled. Entering the SoulCycle studio reminds me of an Apple Store, the same cool-white lighting, which leaves nothing to the imagination.
As we prepare to watch The Grammy's air this weekend, I'm reminded that it was one year ago that a generation of women learned that domestic violence can happen to anyone.
ABC didn't balk after a half-naked Rihanna began her American Music Awards performance strapped to a torture device. Why was Adam Lambert's bisexually charged performance censured?