Justin Bieber has been known to monkey around a bit — he just turned 19 a little over a month ago, after all. But now it’s the singer’s new pet, a capuchin monkey named OG Mally (Original Gangster Mally, naturally), that’s making headlines — and for all the wrong reasons.
Miley Cyrus is all grown up. The 20-year-old singer/actress is in the process of recording her fourth studio album and has talked about working with everyone from Mary J. Blige to Pharrell Williams and Hit-Boy. […]
More than just teasing rabid fans hungry for new Daft Punk music (enough that a video of the 15-second riff looped for 10 straight hours has hit Youtube), the ad shown during SNL revived the long-lost art of the album release TV commercial.
Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon and Michael Jackson made up The Jackson 5, one of the groups that helped secure Motown’s legacy of the 1960s into the the next decade. But add Rosie the snake, and a pair of mice named Ray and Charles (no “Ben?”) and what you get is something a bit weirder: the Jackson 5 Saturday morning cartoon.
THE CASE: When our musical idols passed away in generations past, they left behind a legacy to remember them by. That wasn’t enough for superstars like Michael Jackson and Amy Winehouse – or perhaps more accurately, their estates – thus spawning posthumous releases featuring outtakes and half-finished material.
Pop music took to the auction block last week with iconic looks from the King of Pop and the Material Girl selling big.
This year, don’t just play the ‘Monster Mash’ on repeat.
Hey Vanity Fair, it’s Janet, Ms. Jackson if you’re nasty.
Mother Monster made a surprise appearance and rocked the runway.
In honor of Michael’s birthday, we take a look at Spike Lee’s Bad25 documentary and our favorite videos from the album that is still iconic a quarter-century later.