The organizers of the disastrous Fyre Festival are facing a pair of new lawsuits, bringing the total number of lawsuits against Ja Rule and Billy McFarland to five.
This week, festivalgoers filed
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Fyre Festival Organizers Hit With Two More Lawsuits
The country-music singer was admitted to a Nashville, Tenn., hospital on Thursday evening.
TLC released the catchy R&B song "Haters," the second single from the duo's upcoming self-titled album. Over a bubbly beat and synths, T-Boz and Chili trade verses and harmonize
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear TLC's Bubbly, Empowering New Song, 'Haters'
Future and Amber Rose cruise through an anarchic parallel world in the rapper's new video for "Mask Off," the single from his recent self-titled LP.
The Colin Tilley-directed visual combines elements of Mad Max,
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Future's Chaotic 'Mask Off' Video With Amber Rose
The One Direction alum breaks a record for Ticketmaster's Verified Fan signups.
In her Fans to the Front column, Brittany Spanos dives into what's happening in fan culture on the Internet.
Given the deluge of music soaring at us from all platforms, sometimes artists have to get inventive to reach Number One on the charts. Of course, it's easy for household names like Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift who have mastered the formula and
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Fans to the Front: How Internet Fandoms Are Gaming the Music Industry
While the subject of Carly Simon's scathing "You're So Vain" remains one of music's greatest mysteries, the singer has revealed her never-before-heard fourth verse to the 1972 single that could shine more light on the unknown target.
This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Carly Simon Plays 'Lost Verse' from 'You're So Vain' for First Time