60 Seconds With . . . British Musician James Bay

Fresh off his win as Best Newcomer at the 2015 Nordoff Robbins O2 Silver Clef Awards and his performance at the Glasbonbury Music Festival, singer-songwriter James Bay spends a whole minute with us. We know what you're thinking: A minute? That's it? Well, yes. But we learn so damn much about him from a mere 60 seconds, you don't need any more. Check out the video above, in which we learn Bay's favorite song, his greatest fear, and the secret way he copes with his sorrows. Hint: It involves cereal—lots of it. see more

Rihanna's Video for "Bitch Better Have My Money" Is Totally Insane

Note to self: If you owe Rihanna some cash, you better make good on your end of the deal. That's the lesson to be learned in the performer's video for the song "Bitch Better Have My Money" which debuted late yesterday. Listen, we're not shocked by much these days, but leave it to Bad Girl RiRi to have us glued to our computer screen, mouth agape, during the 7-minute ode to debt collection. However, should you think the video will be an lesson in financial literacy, guess again. There's nudity, violence, guns, grills, and stylized carnage the likes we see more

Freddie Mercury Shows Kanye West How It's Done in Hilarious Video Mash-up

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Apple Updates Payment Policy After Criticism From Taylor Swift

How powerful is Taylor Swift? Very powerful. Any doubts about Swift's influence should be silenced after the 25-year-old musician took on the world's biggest company and came out on top over the weekend. Yesterday, the pop star criticized Apple Music's royalties policy in a lengthy Tumblr post titled "To Apple, Love Taylor." "I'm sure you are aware that Apple Music will be offering a free 3 month trial to anyone who signs up for the service," Swift wrote. "I'm not sure you know that Apple Music will not be paying writers, producers, or artists for those three months. I see more

Bryan Cranston Magnificently Resurrects Walter White at the Electric Daisy Festival

Walter White is back . . . sort of. Or at least he was for one brief, shining moment at the Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas on Saturday, when Bryan Cranston took the stage during British trance band Above and Beyond's set to introduce their song named after his Breaking Bad character. In a triumphant, Jon Hamm-at-Bonnaroo kind of moment, Cranston expertly screamed his catchphrase into the mic: "Say my name!" Then the 59-year-old actor hit the "play" button with great flourish and commenced jumping up and down with his hands in the air, much to the delight see more
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Meet Shameik Moore, the Biggest Star You Haven't Heard Of—Yet

We've already shown you how ... well ... dope, actor Shameik Moore's personal take on fashion is, but now we're going behind-the-scenes with the 20-year-old actor/musician to get a look at the substance underneath all that style. In our chat, Moore talks about the critically acclaimed film (out in limited-release, today!), collaborating with another stylish man, Pharrell, on the soundtrack, the perks of being an actor (free shoes!), and what he misses most about about his hometown ("women with big butts"). Take a look at our interview, above. see more

Madonna's New Video Stars Beyoncé, Kanye, Miley, and Every Celebrity Known to Man

As she hinted at yesterday, Madonna pulled out all the stops for her new music video for the song "Bitch I'm Madonna." Taking place at the nightlife hot spot the Boom Boom Room, located in New York City's outpost of The Standard Hotel, the camera follows Madge through the writhing throngs that populate a raging shindig, with a veritable who's who of A-list celebs of the moment, including Rita Ora, Diplo, Alexander Wang, model Jon Kortajarena, Kanye West, Miley Cyrus, Nicki Minaj (who is actually featured in the song), Katy Perry, Beyoncé, and . . . Chris Rock(?). This see more

Watch Molly Shannon, Denis Leary, and Jimmy Fallon Sing "Nonsense Karaoke"

If Jimmy Fallon is hoping to launch another spin-off show in the style of Lip Sync Battle, he might want to consider "Nonsense Karaoke"—because as Tuesday's Tonight Show proved, the premise is a pretty great way to get celebs to make fools of themselves. Just like regular karaoke, except "all the lyrics have been replaced with odd and unusual sentences, hence the name 'Nonsense Karaoke,'" the game gives stars the chance to take center stage and sing chart-topping hits off-key (see, just like regular karaoke): Last night, Molly Shannon belted out a bizarre version of TLC's "Waterfalls" ("Don't throw see more

Meet Jean Batiste, New Bandleader of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert

He's only 28 years old, but don't let his age fool you: Jean Batiste is an experienced musician. Hailing from one of Louisiana's most distinguished musical families, Batiste was playing in the family band, the Batiste Brothers Band, before most kids even knew music came from instruments. Now he's set to take Paul Shaffer's old gig as bandleader of The Late Show when it returns on September 8 with Stephen Colbert behind the desk. Here' a quick rundown on the man, well-known in the music industry but largely unknown outside. 1. The main character of the HBO series Treme, see more

50 Songs You Need to Listen to This Summer

The official start of summer may still be a couple of weeks away, but if the sudden proliferation of T-shirts and shorts is any measure, the season is already here. After a grueling winter and a soggy spring, it's finally time to ease up a bit and spend more time thinking about your after-work and weekend plans than next week's deadlines. With that in mind, here are 50 songs guaranteed to get you moving in the hot, hot heat. Whether you plan on getting rowdy at the local bar (Metz scuzzy "The Swimmer"), traveling to exotic locales (Kosmo Kat's cyberpunk see more
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