Aside from the 'Malibu' singer and the Foo Fighters frontman, Metallica also rock the 'I Am the Highway: A Tribute to Chris Cornell' gig with their rendition of two Soundgarden hits.
During an interview to talk about his hosting gig for 'Common Knowledge', the boyband member admits that the residency will take a lot of money to be materialize, before adding, 'You never know.'
In addition to the collaborative track, the English singer-songwriter unveils a shooting song entitled 'Lullaby for My Insomniac'.
Addressing the backlash surrounding his band's upcoming gig, PJ Morton assures that the Colin Kaepernick scandal is not something he and his bandmates took lightly.
Following the announcement, social media users are quick to express their disappointment in the Empress of Soul, with one saying that she 'is now against Colin Kaepernick.'
Talking about the new track with Zane Lowe of Beats 1, the 'Boo'd Up' producer reveals that the beat was always intended for the Atlanta-based group.
The athlete denies the report by retweeting a post shared by his girlfriend, Nessa, which read, 'There is NO mutual respect and there is NO understanding for anyone working against Kaepernick.'
One scene from the Daps and Sara Lacombe-directed music video shows the two MCs twerking up a storm in animal body paint.
Demonstrators from groups including Black Women's Blueprint, Care2 and Color of Change have gathered outside of Sony Music HQ in New York to deliver a signed petition.
The fan, who was seriously injured when a metal pole fell on her at the Nashville concert in December 2017, has received $65,000 from the 'Ask Me How I Know' singer.
According to a source, the 'Sicko Mode' rapper and the athlete 'had at least one phone conversation before the rapper confirmed his Super Bowl appearance.'
'I Am The Highway: A Tribute to Chris Cornell' will take place at The Forum in Los Angeles on January 16 with Jimmy Kimmel serving as the host.
The sorrowful but moving song serves as the lead single off the English band's final album as a group, 'In the End'.
A little over a week after apologizing for working with the 'I Believe I Can Fly' hitmaker, the 'No Brainer' rapper is reported to have wiped 'Somewhere in Paradise' from streaming sites.
The 'Girl on Fire' singer announces the exciting news through a YouTube video, showing the moment she learns about the hosting gig.
While it is still unclear whether the 'Coal Miner's Daughter' singer will perform herself, the likes of George Strait, Kacey Musgraves and Jack White have been revealed as performers.
It has been reported that Champagne Papi has signed a $25 million contract to do 12 shows over the next two year at Wynn Las Vegas' XS Nightclub.
The 'Rockstar' rapper's collaborative song with Swae Lee for 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' becomes the first soundtrack since Justin Timberlake's 'Can't Stop the Feeling!' to land the top spot.
While the 'Thinking Out Loud' singer escapes being named as defendant, AEG is served with the lawsuit by Marygops Studios for not providing the local promoter with his medical records.
The music service partly owned by the 'Holy Grail' rapper has been accused of manipulating Kanye West's and Beyonce's streaming figures, but its lawyer is adamant the firm was 'not a suspect.'