Ariana Grande’s ‘Problem’ Music Video Is Her Best Ever


Ariana Grande took the world by storm with the release of her sexy new video for her massive single ‘Problem’ on May 30, and we think it’s by far her hottest music video yet! Here’s why.

Ariana Grande is growing up fast and exceeding our expectations at every turn! The 20-year-old pop princess’ new video for her red-hot single “Problem” proves that she’s the full package — she’s got the moves, the style and of course, the VOICE!

No problems here! Ariana’s new song quickly became one of the fastest-selling singles EVER after it was released on iTunes on April 28 and now her new video is on track to be just as big of a hit!

Lorde announces her new Australian tour dates


It was only last month that 17-year-old singer Lorde had to unexpectedly cancel her Australian tour due to a serious chest infection.

But it looks like the New Zealand-born musician has made a speedy recovery, taking to Twitter on Monday to announce her new tour dates Down Under.

‘AT LONG LAST – australian tour dates,’ she wrote on her social media account along with an attached screenshot of a list of scheduled concerts. Read more

X-Men’ Rules World With Massive $261 Million Global Box-Office Opening


“X-Men: Days of Future Past” steamrolled the competition on its way to an estimated $90.7 million three-day Memorial Day weekend haul in North America, and added a huge $171 million from overseas for a whopping $261 million first weekend globally.

Fox’s Marvel Comics-based mutant mashup still has Monday to go, and should wind up with around $107 million domestically over the long holiday weekend. Last week’s No. 1 movie, “Godzilla,” was running a distant second with an estimated $30.5 million. And the weekend’s only other wide opener, the Adam Sandler-Drew Barrymore comedy “Blended,” failed to ignite and was battling “Neighbors” for third place with around $14 million for the three days.

Produced for $200 million, “Days of Future Past” rolled out in 100 foreign countries this weekend, including China, the U.K., Russia and Mexico.

List of winners at 2014 Billboard Music Awards


A list of winners at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards, held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday night:

TOP ARTIST: Justin Timberlake

TOP 100 HOT SONG: “Blurred Lines,” Robin Thicke (featuring T.I. & Pharrell)

TOP BILLBOARD 200 ALBUM: “The 20/20 Experience,” Justin Timberlake

TOP DUO/GROUP: Imagine Dragons



TOP MALE ARTIST: Justin Timberlake


TOP HOT 100 ARTIST: Imagine Dragons

TOP BILLBOARD 200 ARTIST: Justin Timberlake




Adele named Britain’s richest young musician

Adele … another success story.

She hasn’t released an album since 2011, but Adele remains Britain’s richest musician under the age of 30, according to the Sunday Times’ annual rich list.

It’s been another successful year for the singer, who is estimated to rank wealthier than One Direction and Calvin Harris. The Oscar-winning 26-year-old, who recently dropped a hint that her third album would be released at the end of 2014, is said to be worth £45m, a £15m increase from last year’s takings and over double that of 2012.

Just behind Scottish DJ Calvin Harris, who is currently No 1 in the UK singles chart with the track Summer, are the five members of One Direction. Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Zayn Malik, Niall Horan and Louis Tomlinson all appear for the second time on the list. This year, the group are reportedly worth an estimated £14m each, almost triple the amount of 2013’s earnings. Collectively that makes One Direction the richest boyband in British music history, with a combined wealth of £70m.

“Godzilla” storms box office with $93.2 million debut


“Godzilla” has smashed its way to the top of the box office.

The 3-D monster movie from Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures had the second-largest debut of the year this weekend with $93.2 million, according to studio estimates Sunday.

“Godzilla” trails Disney-Marvel’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” which opened with $95 million in April, and sits just above “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” which debuted with $91.6 million this month.

Paying homage to the 60-year-old franchise in tone and spectacle, the latest iteration continues the legend of 1954 Japanese original — Ishiro Honda’s “Gojira.” Reviews of the film were positive — it earned a “fresh” rating from review aggregator, with 72 percent of film critics responding positively.

‘Neighbors’ beats ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’ at weekend box office


Seth Rogen and Zac Efron have bested the web-slinger at the box office.

Rogen and Efron’s family-versus-fraternity comedy “Neighbors,” was the top draw for moviegoers this weekend, unseating last week’s champ, “The Amazing Spider-Man 2.”

According to studio estimates Sunday, the R-rated “Neighbors” debuted with $51 million in ticket sales, pushing Spidey to second place with $37 million.

The Cameron Diaz-Leslie Mann comedy “The Other Woman” held onto third place in its third week of release, while “Heaven Is for Real” and “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” rounded out the top five. Read more

Apple close to buying Beats for $3.2 billion

Recording artist Dr. Dre wears a pair of Beats headphones as he attends the 2010 season opener baseball game between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox in Boston

Apple Inc is close to paying a record $3.2 billion for Beats Electronics, two people with knowledge of the matter said, an expensive foray into music streaming and headphone gear that would mark a departure for the usually cash-conservative iPhone maker.

Both companies are hashing out details and the envisioned deal could still fall through, one person told Reuters on condition of anonymity because the discussions were private.

A second source familiar with the matter told Reuters that Apple was in the market for a subscription-based music service to complement its “iRadio” ad-based offering, launched in 2013 as part of an attempt to jump into a music-streaming arena then split between a handful of startups such as Pandora Inc.


‘Divergent’ delivers, Muppets stumble at box office


Any talk of a curse on young-adult film franchises was put on hold this weekend with the estimated $56-million opening for “Divergent,” the first adaptation from a series of novels by Veronica Roth, while “Muppets Most Wanted” underperformed and “God’s Not Dead” surprised some with a strong turnout from faith-based audiences.

Directed by Neil Burger and starring Shailene Woodley, “Divergent” tells the story of a young woman fighting for freedom and survival in a dystopian society. After a string of young-adult novel adaptations that has included some big hits along with many big misses, there was curiosity as to whether “Divergent” would be the next “Hunger Games” or the next “Mortal Instruments.”

“Divergent” solidly met expectations without exceeding them. By comparison, the first “Hunger Games” film opened at more than $152 million in March 2012, and the sequel, “Catching Fire,” opened in November 2013 to $158 million and went on to be the top film at the box office last year. Read more

Michael Jackson’s New Single Premieres at iHeartRadio Music Awards


Michael Jackson‘s new single “Love Never Felt So Good” will debut tonight during the first ever iHeartRadio Music Awards, which airs at 8 p.m. on NBC, according to a tweet from iHeartRadio.

The tweet also promised the performance would feature a “special guest,” and odds are that it’s Justin Timberlake, who posted to Instagram a photo of the single’s cover art, which lists Jackson and himself as the song’s artists.If you can’t wait until tonight, you can take a listen to Jackson’s original demo of “Love Never Felt So Good,” which was written in 1983 (Johnny Mathis recorded a version of the song in 1984). “Love Never Felt So Good” is one of eight cuts set to appear on Jackson’s posthumous album, Xscape, which sees release on May 27th.