Das Black Milk is a rock and roll group born during the G.W. Bush administration in the belly of Scranton, Pennsylvania. Founded by Nathaniel Kane and Brian Emmert, the group has been proselytizing the benefits of the “new lifestyle” for over 10 years.
It’s those wildcard moments in life that lead to soulful transformation. For the sleek pop-rock quartet Fox In Oil, that moment came when a band of seasoned professionals decided to take a chance on a newbie, a 15-year-old wunderkind female vocalist and songwriter.
Miley Cyrus unveiled her spritely new pop-rock sound with "Malibu," the first offering from her as-yet-untitled LP, which is expected to arrive later this year.
Jason Derulo has an obvious sweet tooth in his new "Swalla" video with Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign, partying it up in a candy-coated play house with girls, drinks and sugary treats every which way.
Coldplay's sixth album is called Ghost Stories, and there's a blond phantom obviously haunting its nine tracks. The record comes just two months after Martin and his wife of a decade, Gwyneth Paltrow, announced their "conscious uncoupling" – outwardly a breakup with the best intentions, but a split all the same. For the first time in ages, Martin isn't trying to "Fix You." Now he needs to repair himself.
The announcement of the album was full of unfortunate portent: There was the kind of dumb title (Xscape), the fact that it would consist of unfinished tracks “contemporized” by producers like Timbaland and Rodney Jerkins, the rumor that it would contain a song called “Do You Know Where Your Children Are?” that is about child prostitution — and the fact that most of the stuff that made it onto Jackson’s latter-day albums weren't all that great (so how good could the leftovers be)?
After teasing her new music video earlier this week, Rihanna debuted the full visuals to "What Now" on Friday morning. The clip shows the 25-year-old singer in a spooky place, writhing in a sparse room shot in a fashion similar to many horror movies. "What Now" is the sixth single off of Rihanna's 2012 album, "Unapologetic." The track follows hits including "Diamonds" and "Stay." Take a look at the haunting visuals to "What Now"