Big music stars aren’t just known for their talent — they’re also known for doling out some of the meanest insults around. If Twitter beefs and popular diss tracks haven’t deterred you from provoking major artists, look no further than our list of scornful digs musicians have tossed at each other in public.
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Snoop Dogg and Iggy Azalea end their short-lived beef, T.I. and Young Thug bring down the house at the BET Hip Hop Awards, Kanye West compares himself to a legendary artist and more from today’s Last Lap.
Amid one of the worst Ebola outbreaks in history, Chris Brown tweeted his opinion on the raging epidemic. Unsurprisingly, that opinion was ridiculous.
Big Morning Buzz Live is known for packing in the best live performances. This week, Charli XCX, Nick & Knight, and more stopped by the studio. They also left us with parting gifts — mementos from our gif booth!
Boy band veterans Jordan Knight and Nick Carter stopped by Big Morning Buzz Live today, joining host Nick Lachey in a triad of hotness. While the three stars waxed about their former pop groups, correspondent Ellie Lee traveled back to her teenage days to see which of them she had the biggest crush on.
If you thought church had no place in the pop world, think again. Decades before today’s recording industry took shape, musicians first honed their talents in houses of worship before hitting traveling performance circuits. These days, churches still serve as the first venues where artists perform and many of today’s music stars got their starts singing for congregations.
Prince recently released his latest output, a dual drop comprising of a solo album and an album with his backing band 3RDEYEGIRL. The Art Official Age and PlectrumElectrum double release isn’t the first time the Purple One has hit fans with a bevy of songs at once. Prince has long pushed for multi-volume releases, having previously dropped double and triple albums.
If imitation is the highest form of flattery, Adele just received the ultimate compliment. Today, Aretha Franklin gave fans a taste of her upcoming album, Aretha Franklin Sings The Great Diva Classics. Apparently, Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep” is one of those classics, and the original Queen Of Soul covered the British singer’s 2010 smash single.
Lorde fueled the Hunger Games hype today by releasing her single from the Mockingjay Part 1 soundtrack. With its haunting harmonies and extended build-up to its rhythmic crescendo, “Yellow Flicker Beat” proves why the teenage alt-pop star was tapped to curate the film’s soundtrack.