Maroon 5 have released a remix to "Animals" featuring a guest verse from Big Boi. The latest version follows a September remix that saw J. Cole adding a verse. "I run my fingers over that cleavage like I'm reading braille / She's the leading lady in every one of my freaky tales," raps Boi on the track. According to Music Times, the cut features the usual M5 fare.
The estate of Michael Jackson has renewed its long time relationship with BMI, the firm which maintains rights to the King of Pop's catalog. "We are pleased to announce our continued representation of Michael's extraordinary and vast catalogue," BMI president and CEO Mike O'Neill said in a statement. "Since 1976, we've had the privilege of licensing his works."
Katy Perry sold over 350,000 tickets during the Australia run of her Prismatic tour, and also set the record for a stretch of shows at Sydney's Allphones Arena by selling out six gigs with a total of 89,500 tickets moved. The previous record was held by One Direction, who sold 81,542 tickets across seven shows in 2013.
Joe Perry is prepping the release of his new holiday EP, Joe Perry's Merry Christmas, and says he was inspired to cut the record after stealing away a few minutes during his recent book tour. Speaking with Ultimate Classic Rock, the Aerosmith icon says he always hoped to record a holiday release and opened up on his band's future plans.
Stevie Wonder is a dad for the ninth time. Wonder, who is 64, and his girlfriend, Tomeeka Robyn Bracy, welcomed their daughter Nia. The child's birth comes after a series of rumors that the couple were expecting triplets, which the singer denied last month. He also noted that his daughter's name was chosen because it means "purpose." No other details of their daughter's birth have been rel
Taylor Swift is featured on the cover of the December edition of The Hollywood Reporter. She poses screaming, hands on her head, wearing a bluish grey lace dress. The cover copy reads "Rule Breakers 2014." "Everybody wanted me to be a cliché. And I wasn't going to let that happen," reads the pull quote on the front.