Getty Images via ABCKelly Rowland is the latest featured artist-model in Schön magazine's newest issue. The singer talks about fashion, her new makeup line -- and, of course, music, specifically about a new project she is currently developing.
"I'm so happy I met David [Guetta] because he put EDM in my blood," says Rowland. "It's a part of my freedom when I'm on stage...so it will definitely be a part of the record," she adds.
Kelly also posted stunning images of her Schön photo shoot on Instagram, with the vocalist dressed in various breathtaking fashion designs.
Dennis LeupoldTinashe continues to put in hard work in advance of her forthcoming studio release, Joyride, providing featured vocals on a new song called "All Caught Up."
The track, produced by electronic duo GTA, showcases the Tinashe's signature seductive vocals over a head-bopping beat.
"It's different than what people are probably used to hearing from us. It's a bit more melodic and vocal driven, plus it's just sexy. So obviously, Tinashe was the perfect fit for this track. We love her range, and she just killed it," Matt Toth of the duo tells The FADER.
Courtesy of Parkwood Entertainment/HBO"I stretch my body out like the horizon. I teach my body every day that I can a little further," says Beyoncé at the start of a new video for her Ivy Park activewear fashion brand.
Bey posted the visual, which shows a backstage footage of the singer's life on tour and with her family as well as studio shots of the the singer sporting athleisure clothing from her new Ivy Park fall collection on Instagram.
Fitness enthusiasts and fans of Queen Bey can pick between many of the entertainer's fashion-forward sweatshirts, ankle leggings and tops made for getting in formation to break a sweat.
Eugene Gologursky/Getty Images for Bounce Sporting ClubWyclef Jean has released his brand-new music video for "Hendrix/Life Matters" today on WorldStarHipHop.
The dramatic visual, directed by Kid Art, is the beginning excerpt of a 12-minute short film, featuring Empire actress Tasha Smith and The Night Of actor Michael K. Williams.
"'Hendrix/Life Matters' is about reminding young people that no matter their circumstances or influences, they always have a choice. If his life matters, then her life matters. And, if human rights matter then black lives should matter," explained Wyclef.
"Hendrix" can be heard on Wyclef's J'ouvert [pr: zhoo-VAIR] EP, due in November.
Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for AdidasPusha T has teamed up with Hillary Clinton to help encourage voter participation this November.
Those who begin to register to vote on Clinton's website will be automatically entered to win a chance to meet Pusha T backstage, with airfare covered in full for two. Completing voter registration is not required for entry.
Pusha posted a photo of the democratic presidential nominee and Karen Civil in July on Instagram, alluding to his current involvement in the voter registration contest.
Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Live NationMario Winans pleaded guilty in a Newark, New Jersey, federal court today, to intentionally failing to file tax returns on more than $2.8 million in income between 2008 to 2012, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
The 42-year-old Grammy-award winning singer-songwriter's sentencing is set for January 24, 2017.
Court documents and statements provided noted that Winans "willfully failed to file tax returns" between 2008 to 2012, which resulted "in a tax loss of $434,968."
Winans faces a maximum sentence of two years in prison and a $200,000 fine. The plea deal also requires that he pay restitution of $434,968 to the IRS. His bail was set at $250,000, with permission of his release pending sentencing set by the presiding judge, U.S. District Judge Esther Salas.
The recording artist won a Grammy in 2006 for co-writing and producing the song "Pray," which was performed by his aunt, Cece Winans.
ABC/ Lou RoccoMary J. Blige has a good explanation for singing Bruce Springsteen's "American Skin (41 Shots)" toHillary Clinton.
The Queen of Hip-Hop Soul recently caught a lot of flack for her interview with the Democratic nominee, featured in a one-minute promotional clip for her upcoming show The 411 with Mary J. Blige, showing the artist serenading Clinton with Springsteen's single.
The song was written about the 1999 police shooting death of Guinean immigrant Amadou Diallo.
"I wanted to incorporate the song in the show because the lyrics resonated with me so deeply and so heavily because of all the shootings and police brutality and I never got a chance to say anything," said Blige, as reported by the New York Daily News.
"I'm a singer first...so that's the only way I can express myself and...the only way I can get that reaction from [Hillary] is to sing it," she added.
The vocalist hit back at critics and social media users who denounced Blige after witnessing the video clip in a now deleted tweet that was captured by the Daily News.
The 411 with Mary J. Blige is set to debut on September 30.
L-R: Mariah Carey, Jussie Smollett; Chuck Hodes/FOXThe latest track from FOX's hit show, Empire, has been released -- and features none other than Mariah Carey.
Empire fans and Mariah's Lambs will hear "Infamous" next week during the show's airing. Jussie Smollett, who plays Empire character Jamal Lyon, and other cast members' vocals also are featured on the single.
Carey is set to make her debut on the show on October 5, playing a character named Kitty.
You can listen to "Infamous" in its entirety now. The song will also be available to purchase on the usual digital platforms tomorrow.
George Pimentel/WireImageIs Jay Z eyeing Oscar or Emmy success in his future? The entertainment mogul has signed a two-year deal with The Weinstein Company, which will enable him to produce television and film projects, reports Variety.
"I'm excited to tell stories from real life prophets, whom through their struggles have changed the world for the better, and others whose stories are filled with fantasy and delight," said Jay via Variety.
"I'm already passionate about what we currently have in the pipeline and I'm looking forward to discovering others," he added.
The Weinstein Company, founded by brothers Bob and Harvey Weinstein, has produced a slew of Oscar-winning and high-grossing films, including Django Unchained, 20 Feet from Stardom, The Artist, Silver Linings Playbook and The Butler.
Jay Z has found prior success as a film producer with Top Five, starring Chris Rock, the 2014 remake of Annie and 2013's The Great Gatsby.
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Home VideoFans of "The Purple One" will be in luck on October 4 with the release of the commemorative Prince Movie Collection.
The Blu-ray disc set will include Prince's three acting performances in the films Purple Rain, with newly remastered audio and video, its unofficial sequel Graffiti Bridge and Under the Cherry Moon.
Purple Rain was Prince's first starring role in a movie, as "The Kid," and features his hit tracks, "Let's Go Crazy," "When Doves Cry" and "I Would Die 4U."
The Prince Movie Collection will be available to purchase in stores and from digital retailers at the retail price of $24.98, which each individual film selling for $14.97. The case for the special Blu-ray disc set will be packaged in none other than the color purple.
ABC/Randy HolmesFetty Wap and his "Trap Queen" producer, Tony Fadd, are being sued for allegedly stealing the beat to the single without permission, reports TMZ.
Danish songwriter Lazar Lakic claims that he bought the rights to a beat then called "Hello" from Fadd in 2014. In his lawsuit, Lakic alleges that he was "shocked" to hear the "Hello" beat sampled in "Trap Queen."
Lakic also claims that Fadd wanted to buy back the rights to "Hello" in 2015, but was denied. "Trap Queen" went on to become one of Fetty Wap's best singles, climbing to number two on Billboard's Hot 100 and going four-times platinum.
Lakic claims that he has not received any credit or money from "Trap Queen" record sales and is "suing for profits." He also is requesting that all copies of "Trap Queen" to be destroyed and that there be no further sales of the track.
Fetty's attorney, Navarro Gray, told TMZ that the rapper bought the beat for "Trap Queen" from Fadd, and so, if Lakic prevails in showing that Fadd did not have the right to sell the beat, he will go after Fadd to recover damages.
ABC/Randy HolmesSnoop Dogg is bringing some of his gangsta luv to actor Seth Rogen's Hilarity for Charity variety show this year.
The rapper is set to perform at the annual event hosted by Rogen and his wife, actress Lauren Miller Rogen, reports Entertainment Tonight, to raise awareness of Alzheimer's disease among the Millennial generation.
Miley Cyrus also will perform as a headlining act during the Halloween-themed event.
"Each year, we set out to plan a show that will entertain and make people laugh. With Snoop as our headliner, I think we can guarantee our audience a pretty incredible evening! We can't wait to see what he has cooked up," said Rogen to Entertainment Tonight.
Dorothy Hong / Team Epiphany2 Chainz recently got a mouthful of some of the most expensive coffee in the world...made from a very unlikely source.
The rapper's latest episode in his GQ video series titled Most Expensivest S*** took him to meet the founder of Blossom Coffee, Jeremy Kuempel, to taste Kopi Luwak, a $600 per pound coffee made from coffee beans collected from the feces of Indonesian forest animals called civets, also called "toddycats" in English, who have eaten the coffee berries.
The Blossom brewing machine that prepares Kopi Luwak starts at a retail price of $6,000. Chainz also was surprised to find out that one cup of Kopi Luwak sold in a café costs between $20 to $50.
A long way from sipping Hpnotiq, surely, but 2 Chainz bravely sipped a cup of the most expensivest coffee made from cat poop -- and lived to tell the tale.
G L Askew IIJust in time for the current football season, the NFL is teaming up with a slew of music artists who will design a new line of T-shirts.
Eminem, Diplo, Mac Miller, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Lecrae, Wale and YG are among the artists who have created shirts for their hometown or favorite football teams, in the collaboration called #MyTeamMyCity.
Goo Goo Dolls, Linkin Park, Fall Out Boy and Fergie, among many others, also participated in the collaboration.
Diplo's tee for the Philadelphia Eagles features the famous eagle head mascot for the team on the front, while Wale's Washington Redskins white T-shirt shows the simple insignia of a gold circle with Wale's name written inside in burgundy.
You can purchase one, some, or all of the new T-shirts on Teespring.com, which are on sale now for $25 each. Billboard reports artists will receive a cut of each sale, with some choosing to donate the profits to charitable causes.
Here's a list of some of the artists and their teams:
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony -- Cleveland Browns Diplo -- Philadelphia Eagles Eminem -- Detroit Lions Lecrae -- Atlanta Falcons Mac Miller -- Pittsburgh Steelers Wale -- Washington Redskins YG -- Los Angeles Rams
Nabil ElderkinThe Weeknd's music video for his single "Starboy" is now here.
The visual, directed by Grant Singer, opens with a haunting scene between the recording artist, who's tied up in a chair, and a masked person who ends up suffocating The Weeknd by putting a plastic bag over his head.
"Starboy" featuring Daft Punk, is the first single from The Weeknd's fourth LP, which will arrive in stores and digitally November 25.
In other news, The Weeknd is set to headline Lollapalooza South America in 2017. Brazil, Argentina and Chile will welcome the artist next spring, marking the artist's first onstage appearance in South America.
For more information on tickets and the festival lineup, head over to Lollapalooza.com
Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images for RevlonIs Rachel Roy poking fun at Queen Bey's Beyhive?
Some may think so, after seeing the fashion designer wearing a blazer covered in bee pendants while on the red carpet for this year's annual Revlon Philanthropic Luncheon in Los Angeles, captured by the U.K's The Mirror.
Roy previously wore the same blazer in August while posing for cameras on the red carpet for the premiere of Pete's Dragon.
Last April, the businesswoman was a target of Beyoncé fans who believed Roy had come between Bey and hubby Jay Z, cheating rumors that were fueled by Bey's "Becky with the good hair" lyric from her hit song "Sorry."
Some of Beyonce's followers concluded that Roy was, indeed, "Becky."