It’s been a long time since Will Smith focused on his music career — and even longer since his days as a chart-topping, multiplatinum hitmaker.
But for Smith, who achieved fame in the ’80s and early ’90s as one half of DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince before launching a wildly successful acting career — and then returning to music with 1997′s massive ‘Big Willie Style’ — a comeback is never out of the question. And it sounds like that might be exactly what he’s planning.
Katy Perry also owns a piece of that crown, now that her latest single, ‘Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.),’ has crested the charts. It follows the first four number one hits from Perry’s latest album, ‘Teenage Dream’: ‘California Gurls,’ ‘Firework,’ ‘E.T.,’ and the title track.
‘Stronger,’ her fifth full-length release, has a brand new October 25 release date — but fans won’t have to wait that long to hear new music from the original ‘American Idol’ winner. She’ll debut her new single, ‘Mr. Know It All,’ via a live broadcast from her website on August 30.
He’s had his hands in some of the most successful albums and TV shows of the last 20 years, and made enough money to never have to work another day in his life — so the list of people Simon Cowell needs to listen to is awfully short.
It wasn’t all that long ago that it seemed like Aerosmith might never record again — but they’re back in the studio, working on their first album of new material in a decade, and they’re giving fans an early behind-the-scenes look at the process.
The band’s latest in-studio video offers a glimpse of what appears to be one of the new songs in progress, with guitarist Joe Perry playing a blues riff while vocalist Steven Tyler works out a beat on the drums.
Taylor Swift’s confessional lyrics have inspired countless fans and helped her become one of the top-selling artists in the world — and now she’s using her current tour to pay tribute to the songwriters who’ve inspired her, in a most personal and unusual way.
During her most recent string of live dates, Swift has scrawled lyrics on her left arm with a Sharpie marker, but not from her own songs; instead, she’s chosen lines from songs and artists she’s found meaningful.
Cher’s musical career has been fairly low profile since she scored a massive late ’90s hit with ‘Believe,’ but her influence continues to be felt in the larger-than-life style of many younger artists — including Lady Gaga, who’s planning to acknowledge that debt with a duet that just might melt the dance floor.
They’re teaming up to record ‘The Greatest Thing,’ a song Gaga offered Cher for her upcoming album.
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