Nick Lachey talks about his hopes for 98 Degrees’ new album, Jay-Z makes even more business moves, and Psy picks apart his latest video.
- A concert to benefit victims of the Boston Marathon bombing has drawn a stellar lineup, as various acts affiliated with Beantown team up to heal the town. The Boston Strong show will feature James Taylor, Aerosmith, and New Kids on the Block, among others. Proceeds will go to the One Fund, which was set up just days after the attacks. [Boston Magazine]
- Former boy band 98 Degrees is releasing a new album and going on tour this summer. Now that they’re clearly grown men, member Nick Lachey says the group figured that if they were ever going to reunite, it needed to be now. The group’s last album, Revelation, was released in 2000. That’s quite a hiatus. [Rolling Stone]
- Wow, Jay-Z is truly a business, man. He’s among potential investors looking to renovate Long Island’s Nassau Coliseum, which will have no official tenants when the Islanders hockey team moves to Brooklyn’s Barclay’s Center. [Vibe]
- K-pop sensation Psy shares the secrets to the success of his video for “Gentleman.” Listen closely so you can one day get millions of views on YouTube. [MTV]