Becoming an overnight success in the music industry can take years, and French Montana hasn’t always been draped in Versace silk. After pulling the plug on his debut album release date in July of last year for an opportunity to join Drake’s Club Paradise Tour, the moment he’s been waiting for has finally arrived: Excuse My French is here. Read more…
The French robots of Daft Punk did more than “Get Lucky,” they scored a genuine smash with their new album Random Access Memories. Here’s a look at their chart triumph and the rest of this week’s Nielsen SoundScan news:
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Everyone knows the only way to heal a broken heart is to channel your emotions into an epic break up song. Some get their rage out screaming along with Alanis Morissette‘s “You Oughta Know,” while others opt for a more wistful sound, like Adele‘s “Someone Like You.”
But what about the songs themselves? Who inspired our favorite break up ballads? Did Russell Brand really prompt Katy Perry to pen “Part of Me?” And is “Cry Me A River” about Justin Timberlake‘s break up with Britney Spears? Which of your favorite break up songs are about true love gone wrong–and which were just born out of a lucky studio session?
Kelly Rowland took a giant career risk by openly discussing the jealousy she’s felt towards Beyoncé in her new song, “Dirty Laundry.” Fortunately, her emotional and honest confession has been incredibly well-received by music lovers everywhere, and one could make the argument that in the weeks leading up to the release of her fourth studio album as a solo artist, Talk A Good Game, she’s never been better positioned to experience commercial success. Despite her recent success, though, it’s pretty apparent that Rowland is still in the midst of working through some serious emotions.
Avril Lavigne‘s new LP won’t be out until September, but that’s not stopping people from talking about it already. So when Lavigne swung by VH1 HQ recently to talk about her new single, “Here’s To Never Growing Up,” we wanted to get the skinny on the rumored track that she recently cut with shock goth icon Marilyn Manson.