11 Things We Know About Thalía's Fabulous Life, Thanks to Her Instagram

Happy birthday, Thalía! Thalía has been a part our lives since her Timbiriche days in the ‘80s. We were obsessed with her music in the ‘90s, and binge-watched all her telenovelas, such as Marimar and Maria la del

Detroit Saying Royal Farewell to Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin

Concerts, public viewings and a funeral that will feature at least one former president. Aretha Franklin had admirers the world over, but there’s no doubt the flame burned brightest in Detroit — the place she was raised and remained

Lauren Jauregui Pays Tribute to 'The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill' on the Album's 20th Anniversary

Lauryn Hill's hit debut solo album, The Miseducation Lauryn Hill — released on Aug. 25, 1998 — turns 20 today. Among the many artists inspired by Hill's masterpiece is Lauren Jauregui, who took to social media Saturday to express just how

Elliott Smith's Producer & Archivist Reflect on 'XO' at 20 & Push Back on Posthumous Mischaracterizations

Elliott Smith's producer Rob Schnapf doesn't jibe with the despondent myth the deceased singer-songwriter and his breakout 1998 album, XO. "There's this quote from Billy Wilder: 'A career is only something you have had in retrospect,'" he

Imogen Heap Talks Ariana Grande's Version of 'Goodnight and Go': 'It's a Real Gift'

Just a few months prior to the release Sweetener, Ariana Grande teased a clip her singing a snippet what fans recognized as Imogen Heap’s “Goodnight and Go” on Instagram Stories, prompting them to wonder if she would

Alice In Chains' Jerry Cantrell on New Album 'Rainier Fog': 'We're Not Trying to Repeat Ourselves'

Jerry Cantrell is not exactly the most smiley guy in rock n’ roll, but after throwing what has been called a perfect pitch at the Mariners/Astros game in Seattle’s Safeco Field, his ear-to-ear grin beamed as brightly as that rainbow over Tiger

Why Trevor Powers Had to 'Murder' Youth Lagoon In Order To Find Himself

Trevor Powers is on a sweltering walk through his neighborhood in Boise, Idaho when he calls to discuss his recently released Mulberry Violence. “It’s brutal outside,” he says, explaining that most the trees in the area are

Steve Martin & Martin Short Don't Know Why This Song From Their Netflix Special Makes People Emotional

“The Buddy Song” received an Emmy nod for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics Anyone who’s watched Steve Martin and Martin Short: An Evening You Will Forget For the Rest Your Life, the Netflix special born out the

Matt Maeson Unveils VÉRITÉ Collaboration 'Tribulation' From Neon Gold's 10th Anniversary Compilation

Matt Maeson just released his latest EP The Hearse in April, but when his label Neon Gold announced that they'd be putting together a special compilation album to celebrate it's 10th anniversary, he wanted to contribute something

Warren Wint Is a Hopeless Romantic Looking for Love on 'Maybe': Premiere

In hopes gaining traction in the New York area, Long Island upstart Warren Wint unleashes his new track "Maybe."  Produced by Contra, the young hyphenate scripts an intoxicating hook about possibly falling in love. Soaked in Auto-Tune,