Taylor Swift has reportedly trademarked the use of various phrases from her most recent album 1989, including "That Sick Beat." The pop idol filed a number of trademark registrations with the U.S. Trademark office earlier this month and will now be able to use the phrases on various merchandising items.
Paul McCartney has released the music video for "Only One," his collaboration with Kanye West. The clip, directed by Spike Jonze, features Yeezy with his daughter North West standing in a field as it rains. West debuted the video during an appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Tom Petty has responded to the recent controversy over pop singer Sam Smith's song "Stay with Me." The rock legend's publishers threatened legal action against Smith's team for similarities between "Stay with Me" and Petty's classic "I Won't Back Down."
Fans of Aerosmith will be able to watch live footage of the band captured during their Donington Park concert from this past summer. The 19-song set will hit select theaters for one night on February 26. "It's always an absolute hoot that leaves me howling at the moon, performing at Donington we couldn't have had a better time on stage that night," says Steven Tyler.
Lady Gaga took to Instagram earlier this week for a tribute to the late Whitney Houston. The Mother Monster posted an image of Houston and recalled the massive influence Whitney has had on her life and career. "Every year around the Grammys I think about Whitney," Gaga captioned the pic.
Carrie Underwood has released "Little Toy Guns" as the second single from her album, Greatest Hits: Decade #1. The cut centers on a little girl who is faced with bickering parents. "I've seen it firsthand from different people in my life and seen how the tumultuous parental relationship between each other can affect a child," Underwood says.