Just like we like to indulge in the selfies movement of narcissism on Instagram, celebs are no different. When it comes to posting pics for the double tap no one is exempt.
Philadelphia’s 4th of July Jam is going global this year, thanks to VH1 and Palladia. The city’s Independence Day concert will be broadcast on both networks and will be streamed live on VH1.com.
What do Emblem3, Hanson, the Jonas Brothers, MKTO and Serena Ryder all have in common? (Other than all performing at Mixtape Festival this summer on July 26 and 27.) They’ve all suffered horrifyingly embarassing experiences at America’s favorite summer hang out, amusement parks.
Lady Antebellum joined Carrie Keagan, Jason Dundas and the rest of the VH1 Big Morning Buzz Live family to discuss lead singer Hillary Scott’s pregnancy and how it has affected the group. They even gave us (and the world) a special treat singing an a cappella rendition of “Golden,” which appears on their latest album of the same name.
2012 was an incredible year for first video in the history of the Internet to reach 1 billion streams, bringing K-Pop to an international audience. Not to mention that he got signed to School Boy Records (Justin Bieber’s label,) performed for President Obama and starred in his very own Emerald Nuts Super Bowl commercial. Basically, Psy was everywhere.
No one can touch —or, for that matter, hold— Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, who just set a brand new chart record this week. That story and everything else of note that’s going on in this week’s Nielsen SoundScan sales charts is in your latest installment of SoundScanner.
French Montana‘s iced out. Three big a*s diamond chains are draping his neck as he stands in VIP, entourage galore, hidden behind dark sunglasses. NYC’s HiLo is packed with industry heads, reality stars, other rappers and droves of ladies and gents there only for bragging rights to say they were there. Read more…
Because they’re both good looking white dudes who make music that gets a lot of urban-format play, the media likes to draw comparisons between Robin Thicke and Justin Timberlake. When we sat down with Robin Thicke here at VH1 headquarters recently, we asked the debonair singer/songwriter what he thought of constantly being compared to JT. “If you really listened to our music and you didn’t know what we looked like, you wouldn’t compare us as much,” he explained.