Tensions between Russia and Ukraine complicate the song contest for the second year in a row Read entire story.
Ariana Grande invited Mac Miller onstage during her Dangerous Woman tour to perform “The Way.” Read entire story.
Musiq is back with a new single from his upcoming album. Continue reading… Read entire story.
His recent moves position him as a peer to Justin Bieber and Drake Read entire story.
Travis Scott drops the trippy video for his Kendrick Lamar collaboration, “Goosebumps.” Read entire story.
Vagabon’s Laetitia Tamko discusses her debut LP, ‘Infinite Worlds,’ with MTV News. Read entire story.
Ariana Grande and Future inspire a ton of humping in their astonishingly horny ‘Everyday’ video. Read entire story.
Lorde teases new music on a mysterious website, imwaitingforit.com. Read entire story.
We hope you’ve been saving up your coins. Because we are about a month and a half away from Coachella, the official start of festival season. Several festival lineups have already been announced The latest festival announcement came earlier today when Pitchfork announced the three headliners for their Pitchfork Music Festival 2017: A Tribe Called Quest, Solange, and LCD Soundsystem. The festival will be taking place at Union Park in Chicago from July 14th to 16th. Tribe will be closing the show on Saturday, July 15th, while Solange will close the entire festival on Sunday. Solange’s label, Saint Heron, will also be collaborating with Pitchfork… Read entire story.
Our critical roundtable on the songs and videos of the week Read entire story.
Ellen DeGeneres recruits Big Sean, Migos, and more rappers to appear in the video for “Read It,” a song about the joys of reading created by Michael Bonner and his second grade students. Read entire story.
“My, Myself & I” duo Bebe Rexha and G-Eazy reunite on the new song “F.F.F. (Fuck Fake Friends).” Read entire story.