Just when you were starting to get ‘Call Me Maybe’ out of your heads, Carly Rae Jepsen announced that she’s “almost finished” with her debut album.
When Adam Lambert signed a record deal after finishing second in Season 8 of ‘American Idol,’ some questioned whether his glam-rock leanings could be successful in today’s pop music environment.
The Almighty Legendtina (that’s Christina Aguilera for the uninitiated) has graced us mere mortals with some new details about her album — and the info comes courtesy of a freshly released promo for Season 2 of ‘The Voice.’
While 2011 was truly Lady Gaga‘s year, starting with the release of the title track single of ‘Born This Way’ in February, she has no plans to jam on the breaks or shift creative careers. In fact, Gaga’s going to keep going and told The Insider she hopes to release a new album in 2012, as well.
Adele fans may have to wait longer than expected for new music from the British soul singer. The 23 year old has revealed that her third album won’t arrive for another two to three years.
Fans of Amy Winehouse have been patiently awaiting what will be the very last album from the late singer since her passing this summer, after her management declared this wouldn't be a quote "Tupac situation" my heart sunk knowing the last recordings would be limited...
Barely a week after Mike Posner released his mixtape ‘The Layover,’ the singer-songwriter is getting ready to unveil his sophomore album. It’s called ‘Sky High,’ and will hit stores sometimes in early 2012.
Nicki Minaj will unveil the follow-up to her debut LP, ‘Pink Friday,’ next year, and now the 28-year-old hip-hop phenom has revealed the title and release date of her forthcoming album.
The Madonna dam is breaking. Madonna “leak week” continues, as more possible track titles have been revealed via fan site Madonnarama, which clearly has the inside track to a source with lots of information at their disposal.
Gym Class Heroes have taken an unlikely path to mainstream stardom, by fusing hip-hop with pop and rock, signing with an emo label, and building up a fan base with grass roots touring for more than a decade. In 2005, the group released ‘The Papercut Chronicles,’ a deeply personal album that included ‘Cupid’s Chokehold,’ a Patrick Stump-assisted track that took a while to catch on but ultimately be