Keith, Mick and the boys are back, teasing fans with a few samples off their latest album. Still going strong after all these years, quite the feat.
In 1990, George Michael released his iconic “Freedom! ’90” pop anthem – and to celebrate its anniversary, here’s a whole new bunch of supermodels.
I suppose given that it’s a Thursday it’s OK to throw back to days of old, so I’ll cut the snark and say Corden and co were on top form.
Black Coffee is a legend in his own right, but was it OK for him to slap his rival’s road manger? I would have to say yes, but take a look for yourself.
Piano Man first hit the charts back in 1973, and if you haven’t had at least one drunken singalong with mates since then you’re doing it all wrong.
The Chainsmokers’ latest track has become the pop sensation of the summer – let’s just hope it doesn’t filter down to the south.
Some people aren’t very good at letting go – case in point Nirvana fans who think that Kurt is still alive. They’ve even got the video to prove it.
Barbra Streisand sure is famous – and when she sings a Donald Trump parody at a Clinton fundraiser, you know she will turn heads.
It was a rough weekend for fans of Die Antwoord (I would guess it usually is), with break-up rumours doing the rounds. Here’s Yolandi to clear that up.
Lady Gaga is back and debuted her first single at a small bar in London. Patrons went mad – if only we were so lucky.
Kim Kardashian has no problem with her nipples – Instagram is probably hating on her – posing for the paparazzi in a see-through dress again.
Wanna see the sweet acoustic cover of Tupac? Well, here it is, performed by the one and only Justin Bieber. Don’t worry, he also performed his own tracks.
From Katy Perry to Kings of Leon, the Millennial Whoop is so frequently used by musicians today it’s “criminal”. But seriously, guys, “Wa-oh-wa-oh”.
The self-proclaimed king and queen of Zef have just dropped their music video, and it’s obvious they’re taking the piss out of Oscar P.
If you really like horses, then this Tom Petty rendition by Jimmy and Kevin may make your day. Hit it gents.
In the age of legal and illegal downloads CDs might seem obsolete to many, but there are musicians taking home a decent payday from kicking it old school.
I’m sure behind the scenes there is a friendly rivalry for pop queen props, and in front of the camera Nicole doesn’t mind busting out a little Britney.
Kanye West got free reign at the MTV VMAs last night, and used the time to speak his mind on a few things before debuting his sexiest video yet.
If you think James Corden has a baby face now wait until you see him 21 years ago, sat across from the one and only Meat Loaf.
You better be ready to let your hair down when you head to a Pearl Jam concert, but that doesn’t mean you can behave like a total dick.
Less than two months and counting until everyone flocks to Darling and soaks up the good vibes, but maybe you should do a little homework first.
Trump has made an appearance in the art world again, and this time it’s in the form of a statue in the middle of Madison Square.
For those not familiar with the sport of dressage, a dancing horse can seem a little nonsensical. That’s until King Carlos is involved, of course.
If you want to know what POTUS is rocking out to in his final few months of calling the White House home you’re in luck. Maybe a Trump dig as well?
Who would have thought that Malia Obama would not only attend a music festival, but also shake her booty while doing so. Surprise!
To party like a rockstar means living life on the edge, so where in Cape Town are the biggest jollers going to be breaking it down?
How do you know if a music festival has really been a success? People won’t shut up about it, and then the aftermovie drops and everyone laps it up.
There’s nothing as epic as a thousand music lovers getting together to cover some of the best rock ‘n roll in history. It’s Bowie time.