This Guy Claims Britney Spears Asked Him To 'Hook Up'

Watch JLo And Iggy Azalea's #Booty Video

Britney Gets A Little More Personal In Pics With Her Best Friend

Britney Says The 30's Are Her Best Years

Beyonce & Jay-Z Are Recording An Album Together

Charli XCX: Britney And Periods Are Punk, Record Execs Are Not

Charli XCX: Britney And Periods Are Punk, Record Execs Are Not

Is that why she called it “Boom Clap?”

Charli XCX likes things that are punk. This includes Britney Spears and her period, which she tells Complex magazine she just started. BRB throwing up.

Nicole Scherzinger’s New Album Is Called “Big Fat Lie”

Nicole Scherzinger's New Album Is Called "Big Fat Lie"

I shall not tell a lie. This is Nicole Scherzinger’s album cover.

Whether it be the hideous typeface, or the name itself, but what the fuck at Nicole Scherzinger’s new album cover. The “On The Rocks” singer debuted the cover art and tracklist yesterday. She asked her fans to decode the song titles through a crossword puzzle on Instagram, which is a good concept in theory, but ain’t nobody trying to play that. You have three seconds and I’m out.

See the “Big Fat Lie” songs here:

Britney Can’t Get Enough Of Vegas #PieceOfMe

Britney To Extend Her Vegas Residency

Britney Spears is this close to extending her Vegas residency.

Things are looking up for Vegas to keep Britney in town for another couple years.


DWNTWN’s Indie Point Of View On The Music Industry

DWNTWN's Indie Point Of View On The Music Industry

I walked into the house where the band DWNTWN was temporarily staying before their show in (get this) downtown Las Vegas, and within 30 seconds was offered a beer. I knew the professional thing was to decline, so I kindly accepted.

The group began as a duo with Jamie Leffler (vocals) and Robert Cepeda (guitar, vocals), but over time felt it wasn’t heading in the direction they wanted and signed on Chris Sanchez (keyboards, bass) and Dan Vanchieri (drums).

I sip my beer and ask why they’re excited to perform in Las Vegas.

“We’ve really upped our live show a lot: lighting, gear, equipment, performing,” Dan Vanchieri says. “We’re really focusing on putting on a show, as opposed to playing song after song after song; a lot of practicing and rehearsals and getting ready for this tour.”

They nod in agreement.

“After this we’re going to work on more music again.”