Kendrick Lamar’s record label boss, Anthony ‘Top Dawg’ Tiffith has teased his client is set to return with new music “soon’.
Nine Inch Nails has axed a 2020 tour amid the Covid-19 pandemic but Trent Reznor says he will be working on new music during quarantine and is excited to get back on the road next year.
Roger Waters has hit out at former Pink Floyd bandmate David Gilmour and claimed he has banned him from using the band’s website and social media channels.
Kew The Music 2020 has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, although the artists are set to appear in 2021.
HAIM are inspired by Madonna, as they said they’re “so into” the singer, whom they also dubbed an “icon”.
The 1975 frontman Matty Healy has admitted he’s suffered a series of relapses since beating a heroin addiction in 2017.
Swedish pop star Zara Larsson has hinted her new album is on the way soon after she shot the record’s cover.
Miley Cyrus and Billy Idol have teamed up on a punk rock duet called ‘Night Crawling’ for her upcoming seventh studio album.
George Ezra has admitted he has no idea how festivals will be able to go ahead in the future as he feels social-distancing measures need to be around for a while yet to stop the spread of coronavirus.
‘Royals’ singer Lorde confirms she has started work on her upcoming third album months after delaying the LP due to the death of her beloved dog Pearl.
Alice Cooper has hailed Metallica for proving you can be a “threat” and get angry in your music and still have hits.
Bananarama are set to release a memoir detailing the “highs and lows of fame”, which will hit shelves in October.
Carly Rae Jepsen has delighted her fans by dropping ‘Dedicated Side B’, a companion album for her 2019 record ‘Dedicated’.
‘Blinding Lights’ hitmaker The Weeknd has rescheduled his ‘The After Hours Tour’ for 2021.
Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande have released their collaboration ‘Rain On Me’, the second single from Gaga’s upcoming album ‘Chromatica’.
Charli XCX thinks she would have had a “breakdown” without having making a new album to keep her occupied during lockdown.
Paloma Faith has completed her new album after working solidly every day of the week to get it finished amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Jessie Ware and Olly Alexander lead the names of musicians who are set to perform and share their lockdown activities on the Google Nest Sessions.
Lady Gaga has revealed she channelled “pain” and heartbreak into her upcoming album ‘Chromatica’.
AJ Tracey is abandoning commercial music to head back to his roots on the sequel to 2017’s ‘Secure The Bag!’.
Megadeth bassist David Ellefson says he’s going to Nashville this week to get started on recording their new album.
The annual BET Awards, celebrating the best in black culture, will still go ahead on June 28, but virtually.
Groove Armada have revealed former ‘Countdown’ mathematician Carol Vorderman snubbed their off to feature in their music video for ‘Get Out On The Dancefloor’.
Doja Cat and The Weeknd have teased a remix of the latter’s hit song ‘In Your Eyes’ is on the way.
Dizzee Rascal has contacted former Oasis rocker Noel Gallagher to see if he’d be up for providing a hook on one of his new tracks.
Lana Del Rey has posted an explosive statement in which she hits out at those who have accused her of “glamorising abuse” and being “hysterical” with her sad music.
The 1975 have launched a website called ‘Mindshower’ for their fans to go to for a “digital detox” and to create and interact with assets for their upcoming album, ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’.
Carly Rae Jepsen has teased fans about releasing a companion album to her 2019 LP ‘Dedicated’.
Ellie Goulding opens up about the plights of dating in a world where social media can dictate a relationship on her new song ‘Power’.
Former Van Halen singer Sammy Hagar has insisted a Van Halen will happen because “Until Eddie and Alex Van Halen die” they are not done.
Chart-topping pop star Dua Lipa has revealed she’s taken up cartoon drawing as a hobby.
Laura Marling has revealed she takes small amounts of magic mushrooms every day
Scottish star Lewis Capaldi has insisted he has brown hair – not ginger.
Rap star Kanye West is preparing to release new music, according to Arthur Jafa.
Whigfield is hoping she’ll get to collaborate with fellow 90s Eurodance hitmakers Vengaboys.
Carly Rae Jepsen has been working on a new album while on lockdown in Los Angeles during the Covid-19 pandemic.
G-Eazy has announced his new album ‘Everything’s Strange Here’, the follow-up to 2017’s ‘The Beautiful
Janelle Monáe had “anxiety attacks” over whether or not to finish her 2018 album ‘Dirty Computer’ after US President Donald Trump’s election.
Janelle Monae suffered anxiety attacks while recording ‘Dirty Computer’ because she was so concerned about the political climate in the US at the time.
James Arthur has revealed he’s been in constant contact with his ‘X Factor’ mentor Nicole Scherzinger since he won the talent show in 2012, and teased they are working on a little “surprise” together.
Charli XCX took to Twitter to praise Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande’s new collaboration ‘Rain On Me’.
Jazz drumming legend Jimmy Cobb – who was the sticksman for the late music legend Miles Davis – has died after a battle with lung cancer.
Mariah Carey’s 2001 ‘Glitter’ soundtrack album has finally arrived on Spotify, two years after it topped the iTunes chart.
Former ‘American Idol’ judge Randy Jackson has returned to the band Journey as a bass player.
Tori Amos has said she is “grieving” for the state of the music industry during the coronavirus pandemic.
The 1975’s frontman Matt Healy has opened up about why he’s only just grown of of his adolescence in his 30s.
Getting rejected from record labels affected Matty Healy’s mental health, according to The 1975’s longtime manager Jamie Oborne.
According to Boy George, he has written seven albums worth of music in lockdown.
Niall Horan has bad news for One Direction fans – they have no plans to reunite to mark their 10th anniversary.
Van Halen legend Sammy Hagar has shrugged off the idea of a “farewell tour” and insisted he’d rather just keep going until it’s time to stop.
Ariana Grande have found themselves locked in a feud with convicted rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine, who claimed they stole his No1 from him with ‘Stuck With U’.
The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers opened up about the “profound impact” late Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis’ music had on him to mark the 40th anniversary of his tragic passing.
Mortal Kombat 11’s recently announced expansion, Aftermath, will be adding a new fighter to the roster, RoboCop.
Soldak Entertainment has announced a sequel to its Drox Operative starship action RPG game, which will launch in Early Access on May 27.
This year’s Paris Games Week has joined the long list of gaming events that have been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Liquid thrashed 100 Thieves 2-0 to set up a semi-final clash with FURIA in the North American division of the ESL One: Road to Rio.
Jacob “pyth” Mourujarvi has retired from competitive CS:GO, after spending nine years in the esport, in order to pursue a career in Valorant.
The next Virtual Grand Prix will feature Manchester City superstar Sergio Aguero, who will drive for Red Bull.
A nine-year-old boy from Brazil has been banned for four years after he was found playing in paid tournaments.
Riot Gaming has confirmed that the increased internet usage around the world, due to the Covid-19 lockdown, is causing the latency problems players have experienced recently.