When you’re Miley Cyrus, your world looks like Lisa Frank unicorns threw up boxes of pizza and glitter everywhere. It’s amazing. In honor of Cyrus turning 22-years-young, enter the blunt-blowing, tattoo-party-having, pizza-eating life of the princess of twerking.
There are many shades of Bey– 15 to be exact. Beyonce unleashed her surprise video for “7/11″, a new song featured on her upcoming Platinum Edition Box Set which drops November 24th, and shocked us all by flipping the script. Of course the perfect follow up to 17 glamorous videos from her prior self-titled album would be a low-key slumber party with the girls at a hotel. Get to know “Genius Bey” and the other 15 shades of the greatest entertainer of this generation.
Every successful band had to start from somewhere. R.E.M. had their big breakthrough while touring college campuses and being played day and night on college radio.
Drake and Nicki Minaj might not be dating, but after we saw the photos from their “Only” video shoot earlier this week, we couldn’t help but wonder: what if they did? We put together a list of fantasy couples by pairing artists who have crossed paths before with their “would be” better half. Though none of these pairs is currently dating, we think they would make up some of music’s greatest power couples if they did.
Beyonce is back to her old surprises! This evening Queen Bey shocked us all by dropping a video for “7/11,” a new song from her upcoming Beyonce Platinum box set. The double album/double DVD package was just given a release date of Monday, November 24, but she couldn’t want to spring this vid on us.
Eminem and Sia collaborate on a new music video for “Guts Over Fear,” Rick Ross’ “shout out to all the pear” gets the attention of U.S. farmers, and more on Last Lap.
This week on Big Morning Buzz Live, host Nick Lachey switched things up by joining the performance lineup. Along with Priory, Colin Smith, and more, Lachey gave fans another awesome week of music. And our music guests capped their performances by hanging in our gif booth.
Perhaps the most tantalizing period in Bob Dylan‘s fabled history is his self-imposed exile while recovering from a motorcycle accident in late 1966. For nearly a year, the folk-rock icon holed up in the cellar of a large pink house in West Saugerties, New York (later immortalized as “Big Pink”) with future members of The Band to write and record music that scholars among his best. Unfortunately for fans, it would go largely unheard for decades. After years of bootlegging, the first fruits of this quietly prolific time saw light of day on The Basement Tapes in 1975— but’s only a fraction of the story. More music from those sessions have since been released, culminating with this year’s The Complete Basement Tapes, which has lead many to believe that the well had finally run dry. Until now.