What happens when a Backstreet Boy and a New Kid On The Block join forces? You get Nick & Knight, the smoldering pop duo back to make your wildest ’90s fantasies come true. Check out Nick Carter and Jordan Knight back in action on stage and in the spotlight in our latest Music Seen.
Talk about having great family genes! The kids in this month’s You Oughta Know band, Echosmith, are one photogenic bunch. As if that weren’t enough, they have great personalities, too! They don’t want to be like the cool kids, they are the cool kids! And lucky us, we got to spend the entire day with them.
Last week, VH1 Save The Music Foundation held the Noteworthy benefit concert to bring awareness to the organization’s goals of implementing and restoring music education programs for kids throughout the United States. If you couldn’t travel to Napa for Noteworthy, don’t worry! We’ve got you covered.
How does Australian heartthrob and September You Oughta Know artist Vance Joy navigate through the mean streets of Manhattan? Pretty well actually if judging by the photographic evidence. Don’t believe us? Click through the gallery to see for yourself as the singer-songwriter does press and catches up with Top 20 Countdown host Jim Shearer!
If you couldn’t experience the excitement of Make A Band Famous live and in person (or through the livestream), then we’ve got the next best thing -a full photographic journey through the day! Watch what happens when bands battle it out for the once-in-a-lifetime shot at fame. Fancy Reagan, Chris Ayer, and Malato Music sang their hearts to earn the grand prize of a Republic Records deal and extended You Oughta Know campaign on VH1, but the winners were anyone with ears!
We’re bringing you as much on the delightful Sam Smith as we can throughout the month, but the 22-year-old is lucky if he can sleep in the same bed two nights in a row. You see, being an artist on the rise means having a hectic schedule. And with upcoming gigs at Bonnaroo and Glastonbury, Sam is headed all over the world this summer. So what does June’s You Oughta Know artist do for 24 hours in New York City? Perform on Big Morning Buzz Live, take in the sights and compete for Beyoncé-themed prizes, among other things.
The lovely Iggy Azalea has been setting both the charts and our hearts on fire with her brand new album, The New Classic. She’s double trouble on the Billboard Top Ten with her Ariana Grande duet, “Problem,” and also her solo single “Fancy,” which features an awesome Clueless-inspired music vid! Despite her crazy life, she found time to swing by VH1 headquarters in NYC to answer questions and show off her fab fashion.
The four brothers of KONGOS (Danny, Johnny, Dylan and Jesse), may be among the most crush-worthy VH1 You Oughta Know artists, but let’s not forget that these guys know how to ROCK. Just listen to their brand new single, “Sex On The Radio,” for all the proof you need. The guys came all the way from South Africa to rock us in New York City with their unique blend of African rhythms and amp’d up guitars, and we had an expert photo crew on hand to document a day in the life of a world famous group.
“Shake Shake Shake” by the Swedish indie group The Sounds is an infectious song sure to be the soundtrack to many a barbecue this summer. And when the band stopped by VH1 Headquarters last week for a performance on Big Morning Buzz Live, we just couldn’t get enough.