Jimmy Fallon and his Late Night crew continue to bring the laughs. This time, Fallon teams up with new pop star Ariana Grande to give Jay Z’s “99 Problems,” Cypress Hill’s “Insane in the Brain” and Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ “Thrift Shop” the broadway treatment. You have to see/hear it to believe it.
Katy Perry unveils official cover art for new album, PRISM, live on Good Morning America. The singer is also partnering with GMA for a school contest where students can submit a video of their respective school performing her hit single “Roar” for a chance to win a concert from Perry. Just yesterday, Perry released the official music video for “Roar” – watch it now.
16-year-old New Zealand singer Lorde (aka Ella Yelich-O’Connor) has been named as VH1′s You Oughta Know artist for September. She talks about the inspiration for her hit single “Royals” in a YOK interview. Her response may shock you.
Taylor Swift continues her never-ending parade of superstar guest appearances during her RED tour stops in Los Angeles. Her latest shows included a duet with Ellie Goulding on “Anything Could Happen” followed by a performance of “Jenny From The Block” featuring Jennifer Lopez. Watch the videos now.
Taylor Swift surprised the Staples Center crowd last night by bringing out Sara Bareilles to perform her feel-good anthem, “Brave.” Girl power. Watch the video of Sara Bareilles and Taylor Swift performing “Brave” now.
Watch Fiona Apple and longtime collaborator and friend Blake Mills give an intimate living room performance of “I Know,” which appeared on her 1999 issued album When The Pawn… The performance includes a new arrangement and even a fantastic guitar solo from Mills.
Singer-songwriter Jay Stolar covers Robin Thicke’s massive summer hit “Blurred Lines” with the help of friends and five keyboards for a refreshing spin on the soulful song. Listen to it now. Then hear Stolar’s original tune in “LIke You Do” from upcoming debut album More Than We Think.
Disney star Hayley Kiyoko releases the official music video for “A Belle to Remember.” The video was inspired by Annie Leibovitz’s famed 2003 Vogue shoot for “Alice in Wonderland. Watch the video now.
Watch The Killers entire performance from this weekend’s Lollapalooza festival. The nearly hour and half set included “Mr. Brightside,” “Runaways,” “All These Things That I’ve Done,” and several cover songs.
This past weekend, Tegan and Sara performed at Osheaga Music Festival as surprise guests during Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ performance of “Same Love,” the rap duo’s hit about equality. The song has become (somewhat) of a platform to bridge the gap between rap and same sex equality.