In an announcement he made on social media, Oliver Sykes explains that he is 'in serious danger of doing permanent damage' if he doesn't rest immediately.
Besides school shooting and police brutality, the video also tackles the immigration issue where children are separated from their parents.
Refusing to be ashamed of the doomed festival that has been dubbed the scam of the century, the 'Mesmerize' rapper remains positive about opportunity in the midst of chaos.
As for his surprise February 14 performance for Kim Kardashian, the famed saxophonist spills that friends of the 'Stronger' rapper contacted him to make it happen.
Having reached number 2 spot on Billboard's Hot Christian Songs chart with 'Head Above Water', the 'What the Hell' hitmaker admits she was not surprised because she got her start singing in church.
Before the ex-husband of Mandy Moore faces FBI investigation over claims of him exchanging explicit messages with a minor, his 17th studio album, 'Big Colors', was scheduled to be dropped in April.
The Canadian singer and the Bronx diva sing about how people are skeptical about their relationship, but that doesn't stop them for loving each other.
The '90-inspired song, which was produced by the 'Uptown Funk' hitmaker and the Stereotype, finds the collaborators in baby-making mode.
In the visuals, the record producer participates in a year-long study where scientists attempt to find out whether a human and an android can develop romantic feelings for each other.
One day prior to the release of her solo singing debut, the younger sister of late River Phoenix drops a promo video that features the former R.E.M. frontman.
There is also a scene of the rapper standing in a red room with his children's names, Kody and Kulture, scrawled on the walls.
Joining the 'Endless Love' hitmaker in paying homage to the record label founder at 'Motown 60: A Grammy Celebration' are Stevie Wonder, John Legend, Ciara and Ne-Yo.
Explaining about the axing of the Fillmore performance, the 'Learn to Fly' rocker tells Live Nation president Michael Rapino at the Pollstar Live conference that he needed to fix his left arm.
In a taped interview with Glamour magazine, the 'Girls Trip' star reveals that she sings a song at the end of her audio book, 'The Last Black Unicorn', and spills on who she looks to collaborate with.
Japanese-Italian designer Nange Magro takes to Instagram to show off similarity between her 2015 design for Dead Lotus Couture and the outfits worn by the 'Django Jane' singer and her dancers.
During an interview on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', the 'On the Floor' hitmaker explains that she will be back on the road for 20-plus shows throughout June and July.
The title of the song is currently unknown, but the 'Bodak Yellow' hitmaker has shared the artwork for the upcoming single.
Performing her new song 'Go Awff', the veteran femcee leaves very little imagination while the hotel heiress struts her stuff on the runway.
Cardi B, in the meantime, is up against Demi Lovato and Drake for the title of Crossover Artist of the Year, whereas Shakira collects four nods which include Top Latin Albums Female Artist of the Year.
'This is embarrassing for you and your career,' one fan says after the Australian band announces that they will be hitting the road with the DJ duo.