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Rihanna must really like the "Pour It Up" music video because she used it again to promote her new song "Bitch Better Have My Money." As we've all seen, the teaser is highly sexual with RiRi wearing nearly nothing as she dances around with money in the air and grinds the stripper pole.
At a time when surprise releases are the new normal, Rihanna did the unimaginable: She actually gave fans a heads up that new music was coming in fewer than 24 hours. After posting a photo on Instagram with a Frida Kahlo-esque look with the hashtag #BBHMM and a link to her website, Twitter immediately went into a tizzy.
The star of TV Land's upcoming series Younger gave a lengthy preview of her single "Sparks," which arrives in full April 7. And you don't need to download a random app to hear it. The track is a collaboration with "Habits " singer-songwriter Tove Lo.
Evoking "The Wizard of Oz," "Annie" and "E.T.," "Home" is about the yearning for the comforts of family. But this kiddie sci-fi adaptation doesn't quite live up to its evocative title.
Rihanna commanded her legion of fans late Wednesday night to download video-messaging app Dubsmash in order to hear her new single. Dubsmash is the latest service - behind Facebook, Twitter, Shazam, Snapchat and other apps - to help artists tease or debut songs and music videos, as musicians and labels continue to experiment with new ways to distribute music in the digital age.
The most ubiquitous name in pop music today isn't, arguably, Taylor Swift or Ariana Grande or even Grammy king Sam Smith - it's a name that first caught the public's attention back in the 1960s. Yup, Paul McCartney is kind of everywhere these days.
US pop star Chris Brown s visit to Durban will cost ratepayers R700 000, but some councillors are protesting against the outlay on a woman beater. Yet tickets are selling like hot cakes for the event at People s Park on April 4. Why was the eThekwini Municipality splashing out R700 000 of ratepayers' money on hosting a convicted woman beater, US pop star Chris Brown? This was the burning question raised by the DA on Tuesday when it protested that the city should not support an event that would see the superstar perform at Durban's People's Park over the Easter weekend.
Puma, the global sports brand, will include US/Barbadian singer Rihanna in its Forever Faster campaign which embodies the spirit of Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt. "In 2015, world-class athletes like Usain Bolt and Sergio Agero will be joined by a new face: style icon Rihanna," stated Puma in its recently released annual reports 2014.
The first reviews have landed for DreamWorks' new animated tale about the unlikely friendship between an outcast alien invader and the only girl on Earth to avoid being captured . The film marks new directions for the performers behind its lead voices, but critics say the movie they star in is overly familiar.
There's no doubt the first "Battle Round" is the hardest stage of "The Voice." Each singer is paired with another and asked to both overtake and harmonize with the other person.