Beyonce Breaks iTunes, Sells Ridiculous Number of Albums
All hail, Queen B.
All hail, Queen B.
Beyonce went completely against the musical grain this morning, releasing a new album without a single word of promotion or hype.
Titled "BEYONCE," the visual CD simply dropped on to iTunes in time for holiday shopping and is complete with 14 tracks and 17 videos.
Beyonce has given fans an early Christmas present and a huge Christmas surprise:
She just released a brand new album! Full of 14 songs! And 17 videos!
Don't even go there, people.
Yes, Pink is a music superstar, one who has enjoyed a terrific year and who finds herself among the most-watched VEVO videos of 2013.
Miley Cyrus is the MTV Artist of the Year for a reason.
The 21-year old simply dominated the music scene in 2013, most notably when it came to her headline-generating music videos.
President Barack Obama is busting out his vocal stylings and musical skills in another viral video hit. This time it's "Jingle Bells," just in time for the holidays.
Of course, unlike Obama's Mandela funeral selfie, this isn't real. It's just a lip dub from YouTube channel Baracksdubs, makers of many previous classics.
Britney Spears has released the official music video for her song "Perfume," and well, it's interesting. That's the nicest word we can use to describe it.
Interesting. A vulnerable mid-tempo love ballad, "Perfume" finds the pop icon in a dimly lit, fragrance-heavy love triangle that may involve a mannequin.
Kanye West didn't boot any hecklers from his show in Phoenix last night.
But that doesn't mean the rapper was in a good mood.
It was taped a month ago, but the 2013 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show aired on CBS last night.
And while most of the attention at the event was on beauties such as Karlie Kloss, Adriana Lima, Cara Delevingne and many others, Taylor Swift also made her talented presence felt.
The 2013 American Country Awards were handed out last night in Las Vegas, hosted by Trace Adkins and Danica Patrick and featuring plenty of laughs and entertainment.
LeAnn Rimes (below), Justin Moore, Randy Houser, Thomas Rhett, Brad Paisley, Lady Antebellum, Florida Georgia Line and Jake Owen offered performances live.
If Justin Bieber is sick of being bullied online, he took a step in a very positive direction this week.
The singer, who concluded his global "Believe" tour over the weekend, made an unscheduled stop in the Philippines today to play an acoustic concert for those affected by last month's devastating typhoon Haiyan.
You really don't wanna mess with Kanye West, people.