Echosmith Made A Video Of Their Time At YOK Live In Concert, And It’s Adorable

by (@hernameislex)

YOK artist Echosmith made a video of the crazy time when they performed at both YOK Live In Concert and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in one day— and we love it. You can watch the charming video above, but be sure to watch it all the way through if you want to hear the band’s new single, “Bright.”

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VH1′s YOK Artists Score Big With Grammy Noms, Sam Smith Leads The Way With 5

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Sam Smith, Hozier, and Ed Sheeran are among the seven You Oughta Know artists who have earned nominations for the 2015 GRAMMY Awards. Smith lead the way by receiving nods for five categories, including the coveted Song of the Year and Best New Artist. We’ve got a feeling that he’ll win big at the awards show in February— fingers crossed! Click through the photo gallery to see the YOK nominees and the categories.

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‘The Beatles Never Existed’ Conspiracy Will Make You Question Everything You Knew About The Fab Four

by (@JordanRuntagh)

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You may think you’re a Beatles fan, but a new website will prove that you don’t even know the half of it. The startling thebeatlesneverexisted.com claims to have blown the lid off one the biggest conspiracies of 21st century music. Or maybe it’s just a hilarious parody. Either way, your mind is about to be blown by this incredibly insane theory.
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Palladia To Air The First Ever ‘BBC Music Awards’ Featuring Ed Sheeran, One Direction, Coldplay + More

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The first ever BBC Music Awards will take place next week in London, but lucky for you Yanks Palladia will be the only U.S. TV network airing the live show! Showcasing such artists as One Direction, Coldplay, and Ed Sheeran, the new awards show will honor artists across the world who are heading the pop music genre, and you won’t want to miss it. Make sure to tune in on Thursday, December 11th 3 PM ET, or a special prime-time encore showing at 8 PM that night. Read more about this event in the press release below!

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Aaron Carter Still Pining Over Hilary Duff, Watches His Guest-Starring ‘Lizzy McGuire’ Episode In The Dark

by (@JordanRuntagh)

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All Aaron Carter wants for Christmas is Hilary Duff. Earlier this year he posted a series of not-so-subtle tweets mourning the loss of their relationship, which has been over for more than a decade. Duff commented that she was a smidge uncomfortable about the whole thing, but that hasn’t stopped him from continuing to pine for her via social media. We’re all for fairy tale endings, but these latest tweets make us want to put our arm around his shoulder and tell him, “It’s over, man. Let it go.”

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Interview: Ozzy Osbourne Recalls Getting Sacked From Black Sabbath “I Thought It Was Over”

by (@BHSmithNYC)

Self-described “Prince of f**king darkness” and sometime-television personality Ozzy Osbourne sat down with  VH1 Classic DJ Nik Carter at the Classic Rock Roll of Honour where he was on hand to receive the Classic Album award for his 1980 solo album, Blizzard Of Ozz. Reflecting on his firing from legendary heavy metal pioneers Black Sabbath, Ozzy said “I thought it was over.” However, after hooking up with guitar shredder Randy Rhoads, the Ozzman crafted one of the great metal debuts of all time.  “I don’t know whether the stars were in alignment for me on that one but the two albums I made with Randy were classic albums.” Speaking of Rhoads, who died in 1982 in a tragic tour mishap, Osbourne added “he seemed to be with me for years but he was only there for a couple.” Read more…

Sam Smith Snags 5 GRAMMY Noms So Far Including Record Of The Year. See Who Else Scored Nominations

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YOK alum Sam Smith, who will be performing tonight at 9 p.m. on A Very GRAMMY Christmas, has so far been nominated for three GRAMMY categories: Best Pop Vocal Album, Record of the YearBest Solo Pop Performance, Best New Artist, and Song of the Year. Nomination announcements will continue throughout the day via the The GRAMMYs’ Twitter account, but read on to check out the list of categories and nominees that have already been announced.

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