Since she burst onto the music scene in 2012 with her debut album, Perfectly Imperfect featuring the bubbly single “Only Wanna Give It To You,” Elle Varnerhas proved that she belongs in the musical spotlight. Just when we thought we couldn’t adore this 25-year-old starlet any more than we already do, she appeared at her old stomping grounds: New York City’s popular B.B. King Blues Club & Grill on December 7th. Elle sang her heart out and gave us five more reasons to love her.
Come early December, creatives and their ranglers pack their aloofness and come in droves to Miami for art events like SCOPE Art Show. Then, you meet an artist like Aerosyn-Lex Mestrovic (remember, the artist we introduced to you to a couple weeks ago?), and your whole perception of the art world changes.
Like most of us, the guys inSlayer are suckers for tiny kittens. During a tour stop in Indianapolis, the band spotted a sickly baby cat being sold by a homeless man for a dollar and quickly purchased the tiny creature and nursed it back to health on their tour bus. Read more…
Powerhouse singer Jessie Jburned down the house with her show-stopping performances at Logo’s NewNowNext Awards. She kicked things off with her high energy hit “Bang Bang” and then slowed things down with a smoldering rendition of “Burn’ Up”.
Nicki Minaj put on a flawless impersonation of Beyonce on Saturday Night Live, Betty Who blazes the stage at the 2014 NewNowNext Awards, Charli XCX releases new songs from her upcoming Sucker and more on First Dibs.
It’s been 10 years today since the tragic death of Darrell Lance Abbott, better known to metalheads far and wide as Dimebag Darrell of Pantera. His senseless murder, while performing on stage with the group Damageplan, left a giant hole that can never be filled in the world of heavy metal guitar playing, and of course in the hearts of his family and fans. Read more…
Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk” feat. Bruno Mars is the electrifying jam that’s been inspiring musicians to make their own versions of the hit. Put on your shades, kick back, and groove to these five covers of “Uptown Funk.”
Alright guys, are you ready for this? Lindsay Lohan’s debut album Speak turns 10 today. That’s right, 10. It’s been a decade since Lohan was barely legal, dancing on building rooftops and complaining about those pesky ~*rUmOrs and #haterz. Do you feel old yet? We certainly do.
Mark Ronson is singularly responsible for funking up this fall, and we couldn’t be more grateful. “Uptown Funk,” his slinky groovetastic floor filler with Bruno Mars, has been blaring out of speakers worldwide, and that’s just the start of the story for the famed producer and DJ. He stole the show on an episode of Saturday Night Live with Mars and rapper Mystikal a few weeks back, and recently experienced a moment that he calls “the most amazing, surreal part of my musical journey.” For a man who has worked with everyone from Amy Winehouse, Paul McCartney, and Adele (just to name a very few), it must have been pretty damn incredible. From his new song and new album, to career highlights, Ronson revealed all to Jim Shearer On VH1′s Top 20 Countdown.