While anyone who follows Rihanna on Instagram knows she keeps it really real, the last thing anyone expected to hear about here was the first thing out of Shakira’s mouth.
“There was a moment where I had to do an additional water sequence with no director, just myself and a camera man on an underwater camera,” Carey said.
With Neon Trees’ upcoming third album, singer Tyler Glenn opened up about his mental state and his sex life, whether or not his parents approved.
They haven’t covered magazines, been followed by paparazzi, had the public scrutinize who they’re wearing on a red carpet or been the focus of illuminating editorial spreads.
“I don’t think we think of ourselves as anything in particular,” singer Dan Smith says. “We don’t see ourselves as a rock band. We don’t see ourselves as a pop band.”
One part jangly guitar riffs à la The Smiths and one part disheveled punk, the Drowners love-filled debut is a testament to the gritty New York reality that’s helped craft perfect pop songs for generations.
“Once I heard the production and the direction that we went with on this song, it inspired me and everyone on my team of this new sound.”
“Babyface and I have an album coming up, February 4, it’s called ‘Love, Marriage and Divorce.’ It’s about relationships and the irony of that is that I was going to retire and I was not going to do music anymore.”
“The GRAMMYs actually heard the song and they stepped up right beside me, saying, ‘Hey, we hear you. We get it. We’re with you.”
GRAMMYs exec producer Ken Ehrlich on how Kendrick suggested a collabo with Imagine Dragons and what goes into getting Beatles together.