Music is a big part of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, with the 1922 novel showcasing the jazz-filled flapper parties Jay Gatsby throws at his house in the West Egg. The author coined the term the “Jazz Age” to talk about the renaissance of music and dance that was being ushered in during the ‘20s.
Britney Spears and will.i.am are taking their relationship to a whole new level.
It’s hard to imagine Justin Bieber’s life getting any stranger, but his latest collaboration with will.i.am stretches those boundaries as he becomes a hologram.
Earlier this week it was revealed that Beyoncé and OutKast’s André 3000 teamed up again to cover Amy Winehouse’s “Back to Black” for Baz Luhrmann’s film adaptation of The Great Gatsby. Now fans can get an early listen to the moody cover, thanks to a new trailer released today (April 4).
Black Eyed Peas fans were left asking “Where Is the Love?” after reports surfaced that newly-pregnant singer Fergie is being replaced. However, will.i.am took to Twitter early this morning to squash the rumors, confirming that they are “furthest from the truth.”
Now that Britney Spears’ first season as judge on X Factor is over she has more time to focus on her own music. While her time on the show for Season 3 is still up in the air, fans will at least have new music to look forward to.
With his interest firmly planted in technology and science, it’s no surprise that it would crash into the world of his music — and he’s bringing Britney along for the ride.
If you thought you’d never hear “It’s Britney, b****” ever again, you were mistaken.
The song “Bring It On Home” is a gospel-tinged anthem that pumps up the President’s ability to bring the American people together.
Stars like Katy Perry, Cher and Josh Groban had a lot of feelings about the President being reelected, so of course they tweeted them