Gil Scott-Heron’s new album, Nothing New, is a good excuse to revisit Black America in the tumultuous 1970s
Rapper-singer Raftaar, 26, is happy that rap music is doing well, but wants to kill the trend of songs that revolve around women's dance moves, alcohol and indiscriminate partying. He wants to promote songs that help rappers gain respect.
Sir Paul McCartney has topped the 2015 Sunday Times Rich List of UK musicians with his £730 million fortune while Adele has once again emerged on the top in the under-30 list.
The 27-year-old songstress lost her balance and almost fell on her face when running across the stage in high heels at Le Dome in Marseille in France. The incident apparently was nothing serious as the "Umbrella" hitmaker quickly got up on her knees and regained her composure.
Rapper Drake is a father of a two-year-old girl with a Haitian-American woman who works as a bottle waitress at a nightclub in Miami, media reports suggest.
With 2015 witnessing a slew of musicians splitting from their loved ones, HT take a look at some of the most infamous splits that have rocked the industry.
Ahead of his performance in Delhi on Friday, the ghazal maestro from Pakistan Ghulam Ali tells HT why he loves performing for Delhiites.
Actor-singer Jamie Foxx has announced that his new album will be titled Hollywood.
One Direction's film director Morgan Spurlock has said what many people have been guessing for a while -- that Harry Styles will be next to quit the band.
Reality TV personality-singer Bobbi Kristina Brown's grandmother Cissy Houston has said that her granddaughter has "irreversible brain damage" and still remains "unresponsive".
Singer Justin Timberlake has shared the first picture of his newborn son Silas. The singer posted the image of his gorgeous bundle of joy being cradled by mother Jessica Biel on photo-sharing web site Instagram.
The 22-year-old singer, who is engaged to singer Perrie Edwards, insisted he was doing alright since leaving the group with which he found fame on the 2010 series of the "X Factor".
John Moose, a Swedish five-piece indie band, has released a mobile application that allows listeners to enjoy their debut album for free. But there's a catch: the application knows where you are, and it'll let you listen only when you get yourself to a woodland setting.
The '90s and 2000s era is back. After losing out to Bollywood music for long, various artistes have now resolved to give their film careers a break to focus on their solo projects.
Four Pakistani music enthusiasts Khalid Bajwa, Humayun Haroon, Faisal Sherjan and Iqbal Talaat are set to launch Patari, a music portal that boasts of a huge repository of Pakistani music, in the first week of May.