In honor of Eminem‘s two-disc Shady XV release and 15 years of Shady Records, we dug up old interviews of a young Marshall Mathers discussing the impact that pop queen Britney Spears had on little girls, including his daughter Hailie Jade, and why losing a battle was never an option for him.
Sam Smith will perform on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” Wacka Flocka Flame stars in a commercial for cough drops, Fall Out Boy announces the release date for their new record and more on Last Lap.
Eminem and Sia collaborate on a new music video for “Guts Over Fear,” Rick Ross’ “shout out to all the pear” gets the attention of U.S. farmers, and more on Last Lap.
Country singer Ty Herndon makes a huge announcement, Marilyn Manson‘s Lana Del Rey rape scene from “Sick” leaks after two years, Yoko Ono & The Flaming Lips record a Christmas record and more on Last Lap.
In the latest clip of Eminem‘s Lose Yourself documentary by Beats by Dr. Dre, Shady reveals that there was another version of “Lose Yourself” that was never released. However, he has no memory of actually recording it.
On a night that honored those who served their country in the United States Military, Metallica showed why they are the biggest heavy metal band in the world. Introduced by metal loving comedian Jack Black as “a favorite of our troops,” and surrounded on stage by servicemen and women, the band’s appearance at The Concert For Valor had the same emotional impact as The Who’s performance at The Concert for New York City following the September 11th attacks. Read more…
Justin Bieber and Cody Simpson release new music, AC/DC provide visuals for “Play Ball”, Carrie Underwood, Rihanna and others came out to perform at the Valor Veterans Day celebration and more on First Dibs.
During Eminem‘s Shady CXVPHER, Em raps that he’ll “Punch Lana Del Rey right in the face twice, like Ray Rice.” The controversial lyric addresses former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, who was released from the Baltimore Ravens for knocking his then-fiance Janay Palmer unconscious in an elevator last year
Eminem gets political, music executive Clive Davis will release Whitney Houston‘s first live album, Diddy drops an insane amount of money on a mansion and more on Last Lap.
This fall marks music’s most anticipated season so far, thanks to the release of multiple long-awaited albums. Prince will drop not one but TWO new albums, Lil Wayne will finally unleash The Carter V, Charli XCX will emerge from the sidelines with Sucker, and The Pinkprint from Nicki Minaj will without a doubt come with more fire than any other previous album. Packed into a mere three months, fall music is about to dominate so clear out your playlists and get ready to load up on all new material!