Lizzo has teased that whilst she has penned some “amazing” tracks for her new album, there are still “a few more songs to write” before it’s complete.
Dua Lipa and Belgian artist Angèle will release their new single, ‘Fever’, this week.
The Weeknd and Roddy Ricch lead the American Music Awards 2020 nominations with eight each, while Megan Thee Stallion has received five nods.
Jade Thirlwall says she and her Little Mix bandmates have stayed together for almost 10 years because they treat one another as an “equal”.
One Direction star Liam Payne finds it “hard” to sing the group’s songs without his bandmates, but he “loves” rolling back the years by performing some of their tunes.
Harry Styles has invested in a new live music venue in Manchester, and will also be involved in its design.
Ariana Grande has confessed she almost didn’t put ’34+35′ on ‘positions’ because she didn’t want the raunchy lyrics to “distract from the vulnerability and sweetness” of the rest of her album.
Busta Rhymes has unveiled the star-studded track-list for his upcoming album, ‘Extinction Event Level 2: The Wrath of God’.
Becky Hill says she finally feels she is getting the recognition she deserves after “a long slog”.
Niall Horan has updated fans to let them know his collaboration with Lewis Capaldi might be a way off yet, as the pair spend most of their time together drinking pints over songwriting.
Dizzee Rascal plans to stick around and keep making music for decades to come just like his idol Sir Paul McCartney.
Kendal Calling organisers have raised thousands of pounds for charity, despite the festival being cancelled.
Camelphat have released their debut album, ‘Dark Matter’, with tracks featuring Noel Gallagher, Jake Bugg, Yannis Philipakkis and more.
John Lydon loves to leave the front door of his Venice Beach villa open so local wildlife is free to explore, but he was left with a painful itch when one of them carried a parasite into his abode.
Amy Macdonald would hate being a new artist these days with the pressure to release new music continuously and always be on in the limelight on social media.
James Blunt has admitted without being endlessly trolled on Twitter, he wouldn’t be releasing his new book, ‘How To Be A Complete and Utter Blunt: Diary of a Reluctant Social Media Sensation’.
Noel Gallagher mentoree Andrew Cushin says he was put at ease working with the Britpop legend because he’s just “a normal bloke”.
Gary Barlow has released his new solo single, ‘Incredible’, the soundtrack to the upcoming Argos Christmas advert.
Bruce Springsteen has admitted he “screwed up” playing curfew-breaking gigs because now it’s expected of him.
Producer Tommy ‘TBHits’ Brown has been collaborating with Ariana Grande since her 2013 debut album ‘Yours Truly’ and he admitted he was blown away by Ariana during their first meeting.
Megadeth have been confirmed to play Download Festival 2021, their first gig at Donington Park, the home of metal, since 2016.
Dame Shirley Bassey was forced to fend for herself during the Covid-19 pandemic and is happy to have her employees back now that lockdown restrictions have lifted.
Ariana Grande has released her new album ‘positions’ featuring The Weeknd, Doja Cat and Ty Dolla $ign.
Sam Smith’s ‘Love Goes’ is a break-up album, detailing how they changed after their split from Brandon Flynn.
Paris Jackson has followed in the footsteps of her late father Michael Jackson by dropping a solo single, ‘Let Down’, ahead of the release of her debut solo album ‘Wilted’ next month.
Simon Cowell has reportedly been giving Cheryl Tweedy career advice and told her to focus on TV rather than music.
The Jonas Brothers have spread some festive joy early this year with the release of ‘I Need You Christmas’.
Damon Albarn thinks live music is a good “prescription” for coronavirus.
Andrew Lloyd Webber has revealed he’s a fan of My Chemical Romance’s ‘The Black Parade’ album.
Jason Derulo admitted he only spent 60 days at home last year because he was working and the Covid-19 pandemic has made him re-evaluate how he works.
Bernie Taupin has revealed he “gently nudges” Sir Elton John to start working on the material he sent him for a new album.
Jake Bugg has revealed he spent lockdown writing music for an upcoming documentary about Brazilian football legend Ronaldinho.
Australian rock legends INXS’ music is set to be turned into a stage show in Australia.
Liam Gallagher has branded his rival sibling Noel Gallagher’s latest tune with CamelPhat as “horse****” and joked that it made him come out in a rash.
Lana Del Rey has told her fans that she has had to push back the release of her new album ‘Chemtrails Over The Country Club’ until next year, due to vinyl production being impacted by the COVID-1
Paloma Faith has released her new single, ‘Gold’, which was co-written by Norwegian pop star Sigrid.
Eddie Vedder has opened up about the loss of his “close friend” Chris Cornell and admitted he’s been “in denial” about his death.
Rapper Ghetts has opened PUMA’s Suede Music Studio in London, a space for emerging talent to record and get creative.
Drake has broken a Billboard chart record he previously held with Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder.
Blossoms have announced the release of their documentary ‘Back To Stockport’ and teased their upcoming follow-up to this year’s ‘Foolish Loving Spaces’ as “reflective”.
Rag’n’ Bone Man is set to perform at the South of England Showground in West Sussex on July 16, 2021.
Metallica’s Robert Trujillo has revealed Metallica’s next album looks set to have more contributions than ever from each band member.
Justin Bieber has been confirmed to perform at E!’s People’s Choice Awards on November 15.
Shaggy has unveiled this Christmas reggae album, ‘Christmas In The Islands’, featuring Joss Stone, Beenie Man and Ne-Yo.
Drake’s latest offering, Laugh Now Cry Later, has topped the US Billboard chart, beating the record he previously shared with Stevie Wonder and Aretha Franklin.
Stormzy treated fans to a 45-minute set as part of McDonald’s virtual ‘I’m Lovin’ It Live’ event this weekend.
Bring Me The Horizon frontman Oli Sykes has admitted he believes rock music has been taken over by hip-hop artists like Drake and doesn’t stand a chance in the current climate with moshing banned amid
‘Magic’ hitmaker Kylie Minogue and pop legend Prince nearly recorded a track together in the early 1990s.
Arcade Fire debuted their new political anthem ‘Generation A’ during Stephen Colbert’s election TV special.
Robbie Williams has been forced to delay his new album due to the coronavirus pandemic, songwriter Guy Chambers has revealed.
Sam Smith’s new album ‘Love Goes’ is about their first proper relationship with actor Brandon Flynn.
George Ezra doubts he’ll release an album in 2021 because it’s “difficult to picture it” without knowing if he’ll be able to tour the record.
Rolling Stones legend Keith Richards has bemoaned the overuse of synths in modern rock ‘n’ roll music.
Dua Lipa has teased a project inspired by the iconic New York disco nightclub Studio 54.
Queen’s mega-hit ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ has been named the best song of all time.
Genesis have reunited in a studio in London to begin rehearsals for their ‘The Last Domino? Tour’ next April.
Wolfgang Van Halen has slammed rumours suggesting he will be taking over as Van Halen’s guitarist from his late father Eddie.
Acclaimed filmmaker John Carpenter plans to release ‘Lost Themes III: Alive After Death’ next year.
Little Mix has teased details of their new album via Amazon Alexa.
Sigala has revealed he’s hoping to write a dance track for Liam Payne after the pair got in touch on Instagram.