Did You Hear?
:: BBC Radio 1Xtra, a UK station dedicated to contemporary black music, has responded to criticism surrounding its annual Power List, where Ed Sheeran holds the top spot. “I think that anyone who wants to bring race into the discussion is probably a little bit misguided,” music manager Austin Daboh said. [BBC]
:: Turns out, Lana Del Rey‘s got an oral fixation. [Antenna]
:: Ricky Martin will bring his ongoing One World tour to Australia next year, April 25 – May 8. Be prepared, Aussie fans – Martin promises to perform some new music and hopes to have “a few surprises” in store. [Billboard]
:: Blink-182 is prepping a new album, says guitarist and vocalist Tom DeLonge. The band’s new material will follow 2011′s Neighborhoods. [Instagram]
:: Holler If You Hear Me, the Broadway musical inspired by the music and lyrics of Tupac, will close on July 20 after just six weeks of performances. Last week’s show only saw 45 percent of the seats occupied. [The New York Times]
:: Pharrell will helm the soundtrack for the next NBA 2K game, following the likes of Jay Z and LeBron James. While he won’t reveal the tracklist until later this summer, he did tease that Strafe and System of a Down will be included. [Billboard]
Find out what music you can catch on TV today after the jump.
:: Today (NBC) — KIDZ BOP Kids
:: The Queen Latifah Show (syndicated) — John Legend, Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy
:: Late Show with David Letterman (CBS) — American Authors
:: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC) — Puss N Boots
:: Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC) — Spoon
:: Late Night with Seth Meyers (NBC) — Broods
:: The Arsenio Hall Show (syndicated) — The Jacksons