"Gentleman," the meticulously-planned follow-up single to PSY's global smash "Gangnam Style," has leaked to the Internet a day ahead of schedule.
Bursting with hooks, shout-along one-liners, and booming buildups and beat drops, the new single does an admirable job of announcing its presence as "Gangnam" part two.
It's been over a year since Jay-Z has released a solo song. Last January, the proud papa gave us "Glory," a heartfelt message about the joy brought on by the birth of daughter Blue Ivy. On Thursday, Hov gave us a drastically different update with the dark and menacing "Open Letter."
Limp Bizkit is back, with a new single, "Ready To Go," that features the band's new Cash Money cohort, Lil Wayne. The track, produced by Polow Da Don, was posted online on late Sunday and previews the rap-metal group's next album, "Stampede of the Disco Elephants."
The Jonas Brothers are back with a new single, "Pom Poms."
A foot-stomping beat, a hint of horns and sexy swagger are in full force in a 30-second preview of the track, which will officially be out on April 9.
Lil Wayne is ready to hit the road again. Five years after the first America's Most Wanted Music Festival, Weezy has put together another all-star roster for the sequel.
Joining him this time around are T.I. and Future, who will be on board for the 40-date amphitheater and arena trek that kicks off on July 9th.
Fall Out Boy announced on Thursday that Courtney Love, Kurt Cobain's wife and the vocalist for Hole, will be featured on their upcoming "Save Rock And Roll" album, due April 16.
The news came after bassist Pete Wentz teased the band's collaboration with a "blonde hair singer" who had been nominated for a Golden Globe on Twitter.
When it comes to senseless gun violence, newly converted reggae artist Snoop Lion says enough is enough. But instead of just speaking about his views on the importance of non-violence in today's society, the Doggfather is backing it up by doing what he does best, making rap songs that matter.