Queen B’s contribution to the fifth issue of CR Fashion Book is about Blue Ivy and being a “healing light.”
Britney announced her split from boyfriend David Lucado in the best way possible. And we can all learn a little something from her.
“Get whatever I want?” “Get whatever you want!” Aww.
Deborah Feingold has shot everyone from Madonna and Prince to Joey Ramone and the Beastie Boys. Here, she talks about the unforgettable images from her new book, Music.
After they won their awards, here’s what Ariana and Beyoncé did backstage.
Zone all the way out to the L.A.-based producer’s colossal new track, “I Can’t Take It.”
Madonna isn’t the only queen of reinvention.
A sultry duet with The Weeknd and a feel-good slow jam with hip Norwegian producer Cashmere Cat are some of the ways Ariana’s telling us she’s not a kid.
Note: No Mickey Mouse Club members were considered for this list. Because it’s time to give these 16 recent Disney Channel alums their proper shine and place in history.
He did really, really well for himself.
R. Kelly’s classic gets the dance music touch. Complete with dancing by a So You Think You Can Dance alum!
Oh, George Michael. We always knew you were a sensitive soul.
But are Americans having more fun?
Yesterday is history. Today is a gift. Tomorrow is mystery.
We posed that question to people at one of the world’s biggest electronic music festivals, Tomorrowland, and here’s what they said. They want you to know: It’s not about the drugs.
The country-rock star had us all singing along to “Follow Me” in 2001. Now he’s still making music, but with a whole new perspective on life.