With SXSW kicking off this week, it officially marks the beginning of music festival season. In 2014, that naturally makes us think about one legendary duo from Atlanta, because after several years of hiatus, OutKast has reunited to take over the circuit, starting with next month’s Coachella.
Palladia is airing Kid Rock‘s full Live From The Artists Den concert Wednesday, March 19 at 9/8C. We’ve got a sneak of this rockstar working the stage with his hit “All Summer Long” and it’s bound to get you out of this end-of-winter slump! Kid Rock wows the crowd for so many reasons – partially because of his luscious golden locks, his iconic shades, and maybe even because of the fact that he’s a five time Grammy Award nominee (yeah, you can brush the dirt off your shoulder now, Kid).
Lately we’ve been talking an awful lot about the hazards associated with being a world-renowned musician, and it kind of bummed us out. But then Billboard published its annual list of the highest earners in music, which reminded us that being a rock star is actually really awesome.
The love story between Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez never gets old. These two have been on and off for quite some time now, and with Justin’s recent run-ins with the law, the saga has become much more scintillating. While the whole world may be screaming at Selena to drop the Biebs and get herself a more wholesome boyfriend, it seems like she can’t help but get close to the burgeoning bad boy.
The singer that woke us all up on Avicii‘s hit record last fall is now “The Man” at VH1. That’s right, Aloe Blacc is the latest You Oughta Know Artist. The R&B singer joins the likes of Adele, Bruno Mars, Estelle and Leona Lewis. All of these performers created a unique blend of pop, R&B and soul, something Blacc is doing on his latest record, Lift Your Spirit (out now).
If you’re not familiar with Blacc, that’s okay because we’ve got you covered with four essential things you need to know about him. For instance, the singer has his eye on Leonardo DiCaprio. “Why,” you might be asking yourself. That’s because Blacc wants the Oscar-nominated actor to portray him in a biopic.
Before he surprised the music, tech and taco crowds with a surprise show at South By Southwest, Justin Bieber gave a deposition in Miami on Thursday. No, not for those DUI and drag racing charges stemming from a wild night with Chantel Jeffries back in January. Bieber was summoned to speak on charges that his bodyguard allegedly beat up photographer Jeffrey Binion last summer. He was subsequently questioned by Binion’s lawyer, Mark DiCowden, in what amounted to nearly five hours of eye rolls, scowls, finger-wagging, winks and general confusion over the English language.
Is there anything more changeable than the heart of a teenaged girl? One week she’s plastering her locker door with photos of JC Chasez, and the next she’s moved on to *NSYNC‘s far more mainstream success: Justin Timberlake. The 1990s gave tweens and teens a rotating carousel of cute boys singing songs. Some of those boys grew up to be successful men, like Timberlake or 98 Degrees’s Nick Lachey. However, for every breakout success from a boy band, there are at least two more handsome and talented guys who never made the mainstream cut. So what happened to those other hunks?