With the help of a good woman, Justin Bieber is ready to change.
Britney Spears’s new album, Britney Jean, isn’t officially out until December 3, but starting today (Nov. 26) fans are able to to get a first listen via iTunes.
This funky new track has Bieber detailing his new relationship, which is anything but perfect: “It’s been difficult/ I’m just happy there’s no fights no more,” he sings alongside seductive bass beats.
Another Monday, another new song from Justin Bieber. But unlike the other six songs he’s released as part of his Music Monday series, this one features a very special guest: R. Kelly.
Billie Joe Armstrong made a country record, and no one is more surprised about this than the Green Day frontman himself.
Sure, Justin Bieber’s had his troubles over the last year, but he isn’t a bad guy. On his latest #MusicMonday track, “All Bad,” he’s pulling out all the stops to convince you he’s different.
Ed Sheeran is channeling Bilbo Baggins for his first new song in over two years.
Will.i.am rounds up an all-star cast of cameos– Wiz Khalifa, French Montana and Miley Cyrus– to lay down rhymes on his new single, “Feeling Myself.” Yes, Miley raps on this one.
Lady Gaga has done a good job of previewing her new album ARTPOP all on her own, but now she’s enlisted iTunes to give fans an official first listen of her latest album.
After launching 13(!) signature fragrance lines, Britney Spears is inspired by “Perfume” on her new heartfelt ballad that’s set to appear on her upcoming eighth studio album, ‘Britney Jean.’
Sure, the cover features her in one of her more disturbing getups–plaque-ridden buck teeth and bruised thighs–but the song itself is a stripped down love song that has Gaga wailing about her lover being her favorite fix.
Justin Bieber is detailing his heartbreak and showing off his falsetto with his latest #MusicMonday release.
Avril Lavigne’s new self-titled release hits stores on November 5th, but you can stream the entire album right now on iTunes.
Justin Bieber is talking about his recent love woes on his new song, “Recovery.”
Frozen hits theaters in time for Thanksgiving, on November 27, 2013.
A part of his weekly Music Mondays releases (a 10-week series of new tracks), Bieber promises two songs this week. His first being the sultry R&B jam that is “Hold Tight,” which brings to mind early Justin Timberlake.
The song was formerly introduced on a Best Buy commercial for Beats by Dre headphones last week, but now we’ve got the whole thing.
Katy Perry’s lyric video for her latest single, “Unconditionally,” is a stripped down look at the power of love.
Rapper Lupe Fiasco and red-headed folkie Ed Sheeran probably don’t hang out in the same circles. But from the sounds of their new collaboration they should start.
Another Monday, another track from Justin Bieber. This time around, the Biebz is talking about his perfect lady asking, “What’s a king bed without a queen?”
“So much of songwriting is really just capturing a moment, and a picture is worth 1,000 words. I try to really visualize each moment and then sketch in the details.”
Who is behind the Aura is the question here, and above a de rigueur club beat with post-dub bass, Gaga informs us: Art, Pop, Tech, Sex.
On the new track, Kesha sings her most G-rated chorus yet, while Pitbull details his Don Juan ways.
“Beliebers” can look forward to new tunes from the pop singer every Monday going into the month of December.
From her 2012 album ‘Unapologetic’, Rihanna wants bands to make her go down under water.
“['By the Grace Of God'] is evident of how tough it really was at a certain point. I asked myself, ‘Do I want to endure? Should I continue living?’”
It’s the latest color of the spectrum revealed from her forthcoming album Prism, meant to make solely you feel the Good Vibrations in your heart and out on the dance floor.
The high-energy tune was created by producers Tom Neville and Zen Freeman, who recruited Paul to proclaim the song’s title at dramatic moments between the beats.
Instead of creating a universal video that taps into the idea of marriage as a communally joyful experience, Derulo gives us a glimpse into his own personal life — or does he?
“‘Vertigo’ is one of the products of the happier studio sessions. It’s very stripped down and piano based so you can hear every emotion. You can almost see the story in your head.”