Day 3 was all about rule breaking for Arcade Fire and Beck, while Lana Del Rey took it as an opportunity to debut her new single.
Cody Simpson may have been eliminated last night on Dancing with the Stars, but the Australian singer isn’t bumming too hard; after all, he has a new music video out.
“You must have the rap producer with the know-how of putting tracks together on a new recording,” a robotic voice booms at the beginning of Jennifer Hudson’s new song, “Walk It Out”. Who could it mean?
“This, for me, is a bittersweet notion as we all miss Kurt so much. But considering we were inducted, the show had to go on,” he wrote.
Folks who enjoyed Ed Sheeran’s funky little jam session on last weekend’s Saturday Night Live, take note: he just might be coming to your city with that and more.
Since its release last November, you’ve heard “The Monster,” Eminem’s song featuring Rihanna, plenty of times. But you’ve never heard it performed live — not until the MTV Movie Awards last night, anyway.
“Why did you come?” Rogan asked Swift, clearly agitated. “You’re getting really upset and whenever a man shows emotion, I appear,” Swift replied to laughter.
The slinky, breathy ode to a boy and the western seaboard of the United States, the song stays in Del Rey’s melancholic lane. Is it, as she claimed of her new album, “so dark it’s almost unlistenable”? No, not in the slightest.
Pharrell Williams used his solo set as a career-spanning showcase, touching on his string of chart-topping collaborative hits from last year (namely Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” and Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”) to a show-stopping revue of his chart history