Singer-songwriter Tony Lucca covers “Grandma’s Hands” by Bill Withers as part of Billboard’s Candid Covers series, presented by Nikon. Watch the video now.
Eminem battles his life and career demons in the official music video for “The Monster,” which features Rihanna as his psychiatrist (of sorts). Watch the official music video for “The Monster” now. The single appears on Eminem’s most recent album The Marshall Mathers LP 2.
Beyoncé has selected “Drunk in Love,” featuring husband Jay Z, as the lead single for her recent visual album release. The singer has just premiered the music video for the single via VEVO. Watch it now.
Erasure has released “Make It Wonderful,” the second single to be taken from the duo’s new album Snow Globe, which is out now. The album features brand new Erasure songs alongside classic seasonal favorites including “Silent Night,” “Bells of Love (Isabelle’s of Love),” “White Christmas” and “Silver Bells.” Watch the official music video for “Make It Wonderful.”
Watch Tegan and Sara join Macklemore, Ryan Lewis, and Mary Lambert on stage at z100′s Jingle Ball to perform “Same Love” live at Madison Square Garden.
Britney Spears has premiered the official music video for her new single, “Perfume.” The video, directed by Joseph Kahn, also features model Alexander Kjellevik as her main love interest. The single appears on Spears’ new album, Britney Jean, out now. Click “continue reading” to watch the official music video.
Hip-hop artist Timmy D has remixed Passenger’s breakout hit “Let Her Go” with Rich Homie Quan’s “Type Of Way” as part of his new series #TimmyTuesdays. Watch the official promo video courtesy of Timmy D.
Following up on the release of her debut country single, Jamie Lynn Spears (yes, sister to Britney Spears) performs a new single, “Ms. Mississippi” during a show at Eddie’s Attic in Atlanta, Georgia. Jamie Lynn also pays homage to big sis Britney by working in few bars of “Oops I Did It Again.” Watch the video of Jamie Lynn Spears performing now.
Singer-songwriter Katie Cole is back with a new single, “(We Started A) Fire,” which is slated to appear on her upcoming album due out in early 2014. Watch the official music video for Katie Cole’s “(We Started A) Fire,” directed by Justin Coloma by clicking “continue reading.”
Pop singer Robyn finally meets the robot built in her honor by students at KTH, Sweden’s largest technical university. Watch the exclusive interview to hear what Robyn thought of her robot encounter.