Pharrell Teases New N.E.R.D. AlbumWilliams played coy when asked about the long-running alt-rock project, which hasn't released a full-length since 2010.
We Can Survive Recap: Taylor Swift, Pharrell, Ariana Grande Dazzle the Hollywood BowlThere was no shortage of highlights at the second CBS Radio We Can Survive concert, which took place at the Hollywood Bowl on Oct. 24.
Sia Does 'You're Never Fully Dressed Without A Smile' For 'Annie' Soundtrack: ListenBack in May, Sia revealed on Twitter the she and producer Greg Kurstin composed music and lyrics, respectively, for the film's soundtrack.
We Can Survive 2014: What Have the Performers Been Up To?From Taylor Swift's extensive album rollout to Gwen Stefani's return to a solo career, here's what's been happening in the news for these artists recently.
Taylor Swift Teases New Song 'Never Go Out of Style' in Target Commercial: WatchTaylor clearly hearts New York. And, if you were that couple fighting outside her apartment, she might have written a song about you.
There's All Kinds of Color in Gwen Stefani's Video for 'Baby Don't Lie': WatchThe whole thing feels like like “Hollaback Girl” by way of Coldplay.
Lena Dunham Says Taylor Swift's New Bonus Track is Her 'Someday Wedding Song'If Taylor Swift ever needed a plan B, she could easily become a wedding singer — and if so, her BFF Lena Dunham would likely call her up.
Taylor Swift Promises to Play New Music At We Can Survive"It’s pure excitement," she said. "It’s like Christmas morning."
Ariana Grande Wants You to Drink More WAT-AAH!: See The PhotosTaylor Swift has Coke. Beyoncé has Pepsi. And Ariana Grande, she has...water.
Taylor Swift Covers Vogue UK, Talks Dating: 'I Don't Think They Want What Comes with It'Taylor Swift has landed the cover of Vogue — in the UK.
Pharrell Williams Draws from Manga, Video Games for 'It Girl' Video: WatchHe may be crooning to an "it girl" in the song, but in Pharrell Williams' latest video the "it factor" is all about him.
Rock in Rio Comes to Vegas: Metallica, Linkin Park, Taylor Swift, No Doubt to HeadlineThe dual-weekend festival will separate artists by genre, with rock acts playing May 8-9, followed by pop acts May 15-16.