Alicia Keys stripped down to her skin to spread awareness for her We Are Here Movement. The pregnant R&B star started the initiative to promote causes like stricter gun laws, criminal justice reform, and global girls' education. "I want to gather an army," Keys told The New York Times. "It's time to get people's attention. People won't be able to ignore this visual." Keys ha
Jessie J has released "Burnin' Up," a single from her upcoming third studio record, Sweet Talker, featuring a guest verse from 2 Chainz. The cut, featuring production by Max Martin, features Jess pleading with her man. "Walkin' through the fire / Please don't let me go / Take me to the river / I need you to know / I'm burnin' up."
Stevie Nicks has released the official lyric video for "24 Karat Gold," the title track from her upcoming album. The cut is the third lifted from the LP, which is due October 7. The songs in the solo effort were written by Nicks between 1969 and 1995, and produced by Nicks, Dave Stewart (the Eurhythmics) and Waddy Wachtel.
Fergie has released the single cover art for her upcoming track "L.A. Love (La La)." The pic shows a woman's hands making the L.A. sign with the words "Smile Now, Cry Later" tattooed on one. The cut, produced by DJ Mustard, is scheduled for release on September 29. Fergie teased the release, telling her fans to submit pics of themselves "doing things L.A.-style."
Footage of Beyoncé and Jay Z's last show in the French capital on September 13 aired this past weekend on HBO's On The Run tour special. During this clip the couple performed a mash-up of "Young Forever" and "Halo," while personal never-before-seen home videos played behind them. These videos were taken of Bey and Jay in the span of their decade-long relationship.
Tim McGraw says he shared a wild night with Kid Rock about ten years ago. Speaking with Taste of Country, the singer called it one of "the most fun nights I'll never remember." "[Rock] came to the show and after the show my band and I and Billy Gibbons was there, from ZZ Top . . . we went back to his place, in his studio and all plugged in and played."