Pop singer Kesha Sebert filed a lawsuit claiming that her producer Lukasz Gottwald, also known as Dr. Luke, sexually assaulted her and engaged in emotional and physical abuse over a period of 10 years. The singer claims abuse and unwanted sexual advances began soon after signing with Dr. Luke’s label, Kemosabe Entertainment, and his Prescription Songs music publishing company at the age of 18. Among the most serious allegations is that Luke forced her to drink and do drugs on several occasions and forced himself on her while her defenses were down. Read more…
Echosmith‘s song “Cool Kids” has been blowing up! It has been climbing to the top of the international charts, as well as our Top 20 Countdown list and Billboard‘s Hot 100 on this side of the globe. If you don’t know Echosmith by now, maybe you aren’t one of the the cool kids (JK). But that’s why we’re here, to bring you 5 reasons you NEED to know Echosmith.
She may have just went through a very public break up, but no tears are being shed on Jordin Sparks‘ end. In fact, the songstress is on the scene promoting her new flick Left Behind, looking as fabulous as ever and even talking male celebrity crushes.
Nature — if you catch our drift — has a habit of calling at the most inopportune times, and these artists know about that firsthand. Believe or not, more than a handful of your favorite musicians have felt the urge to — erm — relieve themselves mid-performance. But sadly, concert stages typically aren’t equipped with toilets, so these folks had to soil themselves. In front of an audience. Yep — happy Tuesday! (Warning: Some videos NSFW)
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It’s been 20 glorious years since the ridiculously talented powerhouse Usher made his debut to the world. Ever since, the simple phrase “Ursher baby” has become so much more than just his calling card. It has caused countless panties all over the world to drop (and be thrown on stage, we can imagine), a deeper fusion of hip-hop and pop and arguably the best live dancing since the King of Pop himself.
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Amid one of the worst Ebola outbreaks in history, Chris Brown tweeted his opinion on the raging epidemic. Unsurprisingly, that opinion was ridiculous.
It has been said that AC/DC only sings about four things; f**king, rocking, Hell and balls. And while most of their songs are in one way or another about sex, a not insubstantial amount of their catalog deals with rock n’ roll music and the act of rocking itself. Funnily enough, the actual term “rock n’ roll” is also a euphemism for having sex, so I guess in the end they really are all about f**king. Besides the ones about Hell and balls that is, but I digress. The point is, AC/DC are if not the greatest rock band of all time, certainly the most rocking and the one that has sung the most times about rock n’ roll. Like, on almost every album. Hell, three of their albums even have the word “Rock” in their title, including their latest, Rock Or Bust, which is due out next month and contains another three songs about rock and / or rocking. So the time has now come to rank every AC/DC song with the word “rock” in the title, from the most rocking to the not-quite-as-rocking-as-the-preceding-songs-but-still-pretty-goddamn-rocking-next-to-most-things. There’s 18 of them in all, so let’s get rockin.’ Read more…
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