Bruce Springsteen, Arcade Fire, Jay Z and Beyoncé all stumped for President Obama in the 2012 election. But it’s Katy Perry who is really the reason Obama was able to bring change to America.
A new super edit finds President Obama crooning the undisputed song of summer 2013, Daft Punk’s smash hit “Get Lucky.”
With President Obama having just started his second term as commander in chief, it seems only fitting that the First Lady would make a repeat appearance on the cover of Vogue as well.
Beyoncé has been keeping quiet about her lip-sync controversy, until maybe now.
Did Beyoncé really lip-sync her performance of the National Anthem at Obama’s second swearing-in ceremony? A new statement, this time from an Inaugural official, is claiming she did.
Beyoncé lip-sync gate is in full swing. Yesterday (January 22), reports surfaced that Bey might not have been singing the National Anthem live at Obama’s swearing-in ceremony.
Beyonce’s rousing rendition of the American national anthem, lauded by many, may not have been left up to chance, if new reports are to be believed.
For the first dance of his second term, President Obama opted for a song he had sung himself once before, Al Green’s “Let’s Stay Together.” But for this very special occasion, he chose to have Jennifer Hudson serenade him and the First Lady instead of taking the song on himself.
In a red, white and blue leotard, Katy Perry showed more than just her patriotism at the Kids Inaugural concert over the weekend.
While President Barack Obama prepares for his second inauguration, he also dropped the first ever Presidential inauguration playlist on Spotify. The list of songs cuts across demographic divides, including Rock, Soul and R&B.