Actress and R&B diva Faith Evans is dropping her new album Incomparable on October 28th, but you don’t have to wait that long for a taste. VH1 has the exclusive premiere of her new single “I Deserve It,” featuring a little musical help from her friends Missy Elliott and Sharaya J!
The Foo Fighters change their name to “The Holy Shits”, Courtney Love‘s subpar guitar skills get exposed, Avicii cancels all of his shows and more on Last Lap.
Acoustic loving Australian Vance Joy is September’s VH1 You Oughta Know artist! Find out why he thinks kangaroos are cool but still creepy and what advice he has for aspiring musicians. Check back all month long to see exclusive interviews and videos with Vance Joy at VH1′s You Oughta Know.
R&B singer Jhené Aiko gained a strong following with the release of her mixtape Sailing Soul(s) in 2011. She may have attracted more listeners with features from Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West and Drake but it’s her profound songwriting and soulful voice that has kept her fan base growing. Today marks the release of her highly anticipated first studio album Souled Out. Find out why you should pay attention to this petite singer who uses her mic to tell her story.
Katy Perry may have started a war with a single subtweet, Keith Richards hints at a solo album, Marvin Gaye‘s kids have created a mash-up to prove that Robin Thicke stole their dad’s song and more on First Dibs.
Summer’s unofficially over and fans had plenty of jams to keep the good times rolling. However, while we focused on huge hits stateside, other parts of the world were rocking out to totally different tracks with just as much impact.
Learn about Rolling Stone cover girl Taylor Swift‘s new life, Beyoncé was the best wedding crasher ever, Drake makes an exception to his “no new friends” rule and more on Last Lap.
Some of our favorite songs are truly great, until they’re not. Sadly, we can thank other artists who have beaten them to death for that.
By Christopher Rosa
While P!nk has been delivering hits since 2000, she’s been doing something the past five years that’s particularly amazing: Taking flight during her performances! If you’ve watched a recent televised P!nk performance, nines times out of 10 she’s suspended in the air. Whether held up by a harness, acrobatic sheets or a giant revolving ball (yup), P!nk is soaring like a G6 and cementing her place as pop music’s most daring performer. Seriously, how can she be upside down, contort herself into crazy positions and manage to sound pitch perfect?