“We are here to rage our faces off,” Sean jokingly said sipping a beer.
I had one, too.
Nat said: “We’ve had a great history in Vegas. Our music is meant to be fun, it’s meant to be inclusive, it’s meant to be party music. That’s been something that’s grabbed on well in the club scene. It’s fun for us to come out here.”
You make party music, but do you party?
“I think at this point we’re seasoned,” Nat said before Sean interjected his tricks to side-stepping a hangover. “You take care of yourself in a way that allows you to party. You hedge your bets in different ways.”
It’s not all pleasure. The guys are currently performing while working on new music out in spring/summer of 2015.
“We’re actually writing our next album right now,” Sean said. “We’re in studio mode.”
Love is a beautiful thang.
Lady Gaga invited her friend up on stage to propose to his boyfriend during her ARTRAVE show in Manchester, England on Tuesday, then serenaded them with a slowed-down version of “Born This Way.”
Basically, the coolest way to propose to your boyfriend ever!
Gaga told the audience:
“I told them, ‘Well it’s a great thing that there are gay people all over the world!’ Real human beings with real dreams and real stories … you deserve to love and express your love the same as everybody around the world. I wish you a beautiful love and happy marriage.”
Love love love this.
Get a tissue and watch:
Time to make another $475,000, Britney!
It’s no wonder Britney added nearly 50 more dates to her Piece Of Me Vegas residency; she’s killing it! Wednesday won’t be any different – she returns to the Axis theater inside Planet Hollywood for another round of performances this week. She has shows Friday and Saturday as well.
It better land at number one.
Seemingly out of nowhere, Brandy returns to the music scene with a feature on Mystery Skulls’ (AKA Luis Dubuc) new song titled “Number 1.” It also sees a feature with Nile Rogers who co-wrote Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky.”
It’s like the 70′s had a love child with 2014 and birthed this highly-addictive bright dance track that blurs the lines between disco, EDM and pop.
“I wrote the song with [Brandy] in mind,” Dubuc tells The FADER of “Number 1.” “Then one day she heard it through someone we both knew, and she said yes. We were in the studio like a week later. When she showed up, she asked to sing on my other track, ‘Magic,’ as well. Brandy’s voice is stunning!”
You can’t have a song called “Number 1″ that doesn’t land at the top of the charts. Get to streaming: