HBO have announced they are bringing Beyoncé and Jay-Z's "On The Run" tour to the premium cable network later this year.
The concert special, which will be taped on the pair's two-night residency at Paris' Stade de France, will feature more than 40 songs and will be broadcasted in September.
Remaining dates of Beyoncé and Jay Z's "On The Run" North American tour can be found below.
Kesha has written an essay for Elle UK discussing her two-month stint in rehab from earlier this year, confronting her own insecurities and pressure she faces in the music industry.
"Sure, I've written songs about partying, but my dirty little secret is that I'm actually incredibly responsible," she writes when opening up about her trip to the rehab. "I take my music and career very seriously, and certainly didn't land in this situation from partying. But I was cut off from the outside world and I imagined people making up stories at a time when what I really needed was support."
Kesha goes on to describe her passion for music that spawned from feeling like an outsider through her early years, coping with bullying at school by dedicating herself to her art until singing a record contract at 18. But even though she found her unique style rewarded, the entertainment business was not a salvation.
"The music industry has set unrealistic expectations for what a body is supposed to look like, and I started becoming overly critical of my own body because of that," she writes. "I felt like people were always lurking, trying to take pictures of me with the intention of putting them up opine or printing them in magazines and making me look terrible."
She stood up for herself through her music, writing anthems for empowerment like "We R Who We R," "Warrior" and "Love Into The Light," but even those began to feel like lies.
"I felt like a liar, telling people to love themselves as they are, while I was being hateful to myself and really hurting my body. I wanted to control things that weren't in my power, but I was controlling the wrong things. I convinced myself that being sick, being skinny was part of my job. It felt safer somehow."
Eventually, she asked her mom for help and admitted herself to rehab. The growth process was slow at first but it worked and she was able to focus on her music without obsessing over how she looks.
"I knew I was ready to leave when I'd gained enough confidence to get on a plane knowing there would be paparazzi at the airport at the other end. I was right - they were there. But this time, when I saw the pictures, I felt OK."
The entire scanned Elle UK article can be read here.
The Madden Brothers (Joel and Benji Madden of Good Charlotte's side-project) have unveiled the track listing for their new album, Greetings From California.
The pair's long-awaited debut full-length Greetings From California officially drops on September 16th via Capitol Records and is available to pre-order via iTunes.
You can watch the music video for The Madden Brothers' first single "We Are Done" here.
“I mean, I’m gonna be honest with you. I’m gonna be honest with you. I have not been able to watch it,” admits Mitchy Collins, one half of Brooklyn-based indie/folk duo Oh Honey. “I hear from a lot of people that it was terrible,” Collins explains, “and then I hear from other people it was everything it needed to be and it was awesome.” He’s referring to the series finale of How I Met Your Mother, a show the group drew their name from after one of the episodes. Composed of vocalist/guitarist Collins and singer Danielle Bouchard, Oh Honey excels in their own brand of sunny songwriting that stands apart from the rest. The band is poised and personable, genuine and determined, and exactly what you need in your life right now.
Did you ever think you would see Cassadee Pope and Mötley Crüe combined in the same sentence until now?!
The singer recorded a cover of "The Animal In Me" for Nashville Outlaws - A Tribute To Motley Crue, which features covers of the band's biggest hits by some of country's biggest names including Florida Georgia Line and Rascal Flatts.
Concert-goers, promoters, crew, vendors and bands from the Toronto stop of the 2014 Vans Warped Tour on July 4th, are being asked to come forward if they remember seeing someone fitting the description of Hannah Batty.
The 15-year-old, with long dyed blue hair and wearing a Ghost Town shirt, was last seen at the lakefront concert at The Flats at Molson Amphitheatre on the Ontario Place grounds at approximately 8pm.
Little Mix have revealed they have entered the recording studio and are working on their third studio-album.
The news can earlier today (July 8th) when members Perrie and Jesy posted photos via their official Twitter account of them in the studio with #littlemixalbum3 attached.
Taylor Swift has written an op-ed piece for the Wall Street Journal on why there is still hope for the music industry.
In the article, the superstar notes that piracy and file-sharing have indeed contributed to a decrease in physical music sales but believes that music is still valuable and should be paid for.
frnkiero and the cellabration, the new project from Frank Iero, debuted a new song titled "Weighted" on the BBC Radio One Rock Show, which can be streamed below.
The track is taken from frnkiero and the cellabration's upcoming album "Stomachaches," that drops on August 26th via Staple Records. A variety of pre-order bundles can be found here.
Field Mouse's new album Hold Still Life can now be streamed in its entirety below.
The band's sophomore full-length officially drops on July 22nd via Topshelf Records.
Watch The Madden Brothers (Joel and Benji Madden of Good Charlotte's side-project) perform their new single "We Are Done," on The Voice Australia below.
The track is taken from the pair's long-awaited album Greetings From California, that drops on September 16th via Capitol Records.