Harmonizers, do you remember when Fifth Harmony killed it with their soulful cover of One Direction’s Take Me Home jam, “They Don’t Care About Us,” for BOP and Tiger Beat? Almost exactly two years later and one debut album later, the girls brought it all back with another cover of the song. … More »
Ever since Lady Gaga posted photos in the studio with RedOne, Little Monsters have been clamoring about the ARTPOP diva’s potential return to pop form with one of her earliest producers. In a new interview, the “Poker Face” producer confirmed that the two were magic making in the studio once again. … More »
Remember when Florence + The Machine was spotted down in Mexico working with “Chandelier” choreographer Ryan Heffington and filming with Vincent Haycock and Tabitha Denholm a few weeks back? Welp. One of the fruits of their labor has arrived in the form of “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful.” … More »
Earlier in the week, Eve and Jill Scott appeared on Sway Calloway’s Sway In the Morning radio show, where they were promoting their new movie, With This Ring. The conversation took a different turn when Sway asked the women about their feelings on Iggy Azalea and cultural appropriation, a hot button… More »
“This is not going to be your average interview, K? We’re going to play a drinking game. A drinking game-uh. You are familiar with drinking, right?” And so begins what is already an iconic Madonna interview with Richard Wilkins for Australia’s Today.
The promotional campaign is just heating up for Madge’s 13th… More »
Rixton are ready to take on 2015, and they’re kicking off the year with a bang.
Ahead of the release of their debut album Let The Road out on March 3, as well as their upcoming tour with Ariana Grande, the “Me and My Broken Heart” UK troupe arrived to… More »
The Voice is almost over for the season! And if you caught part one of the finale last night, then you saw Matt McAndrew slay his competitors with his performance of original song “Wasted Love.” He’s also ruling the iTunes chart, as the piano ballad is currently the most downloaded song… More »
There’s a point about halfway into Mary J. Blige’s brand new album The London Sessions (released today, December 2) where she hits pause on the balladry and kicks the party up 10 notches with “Right Now,” the Disclosure collaboration that we all previously fell in love with. But then comes out-and-out house jam “My… More »
Clearly, Sky Ferreira read and absorbed Idolator’s roundup of The 50 Best Songs Of 1994 we published yesterday, because when she hit the stage at Los Angeles’ Belasco Theater in the evening, she and boyfriend Zachary Cole Smith treated lucky concert-goers to a rousing and properly moody cover of Hole’s “Asking… More »
Iggy Azalea laughs nervously in a promo clip for Saturday Night Live. This isn’t the I-G-G-Y of Reclassified’s lead single “Beg for It,” where she boasts of her self-worth as the hottest female rapper out (“P-ssy power, pay me by the hour”). Instead, she’s forced to reckon with guest host Jim Carrey as… More »
Rihanna’s eighth album may arrive next month, if a leaked photo is to be believed.
Here’s the story: DJ Envy, co-host of Power 105’s The Breakfast Club, found what appears to be an official document from Rihanna’s label RocNation, detailing her new album. The title? Lost Files. The release date? November 25. More »
After throwing a major rager with their uptempo Top 10 smash “Tonight (We Live Forever)” back in July and signing on to tour with The Vamps in 2015, the talented lads of Union J are coming right back with the next serving from their forthcoming as-of-yet untitled sophomore record.
“You Got… More »
Oh! What a terrible shame: Ariel Pink won’t be involved with the Queen Of Pop’s new record, after all.
Yesterday, the indie singer-songwriter confirmed that he was tapped to write for Madonna’s new record, only to then go on a semi-sexist rant about the iconic’s singer’s “downward slide” (“she can’t just… More »
David Bowie may have just announced a greatest hits collection, but a new song that he premiered today (October 12) on Guy Garvey’s BBC Radio 6 shows that he can still surprise with his left-field turns.
“Sue (or in a Season of Crime)” was recorded this summer with the Maria Schneider Orchestra… More »
Have you been burning all the bridges with Broods this year?
The New Zealand brother-sister duo has had an incredible year, going from crafting beats in their homeland to making international waves within months with their brand of gloomy synth-pop, from their debut single “Bridges,” to their fantastic self-titled EP, to… More »
Get ready for the new era to begin, Killer Lovers: Nicole Scherzinger has just unveiled the tracklisting for her brand new LP.
It’s surely been a long and bumpy ride for the former Pussycat Doll-turned-solo starlet following the release of 2011 debut Killer Love, from her 2013 one-off “Boomerang” to her Summer… More »
Since the arrival of their self-titled debut LP two years ago, UK pop-rockers Morning Parade have kept the music steadily coming — first with 2013 EP Alienation, then sophomore album Pure Adulterated Joy, released this past May. Today Idolator is premiering the quintet’s video for “Reality Dream” (a single off Morning Parade’s second album), which… More »
The goddamn mic has been dropped on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge videos, and Donatella Versace had the final word. For her stunning clip, the Grand Drag Queen Of Fashion (no, no Karl Lagerfeld — have a seat, bitch) sat her hot ass in front of a camera and muttered something or other in Donatella-ese… More »