World Cup Song is Out!

Posted on February 13, 2014

Claudia Leitte and Jennifer Lopez will perform with Pitbull the official song for the 2014 World Cup "We Are One". The song, written and co-produced by Pitbull is out today!

Leitte says she is looking forward to "dancing samba with Pitbull and Jennifer Lopez in Brazil."

Shakira wrote "Waka Waka" for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.


Mariah Carey's new studio new single "You're Mine (Eternal)" is out today, and the Album "Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel" will be released May 6.

The Singer unveiled the news in a two-minute teaser video with footage showing her various career achievements along with some shots of Billboard's Hot 100 chart, which she has topped 18 times. That's the most No. 1 Hot 100 singles among solo artists, and is second to only the Beatles, who had 20 No. 1 singles.

The new album was originally due out last July, but got delayed after Mariah injured her shoulder while filming a music video. The album contains "#Beautiful", her Top 20 hit with Miguel, as well as "The Art of Letting Go," which was released in November.

The singer's performance at BET Honors 2014, taped at the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C., will air on Feb. 24 in the States.



The soundtrack to Walt Disney's "Frozen" is top of the world's best-selling Albums chart selling149.000 copies this week (93.000 in the US and 20,200 in the United Kingdom). In total "Frozen" has sold 1,07 million copies so far.

Lorde's "Pure Heroin" rises from no.5 to no.2 after a 60% sales increase to 106.000 copies thanks to her Sophisticated Performance on the Grammies!


Bruno Mars' "Unorthodox Jukebox" rushes up the chart from N°18 to N°6 with sales of 65,000. Also new country singer Kacey Musgraves returns to N°22 with "Same Trailer, Different Park'" (29.000 sales). New entry and highest debut for J-Pop Act 2PM at N°7 with "Genesis of 2PM" and sales of 63.000 according to Oricon. Imagine Dragons "Demons" are at N°8 after shifting another 63.000 albums in their 59th week on the best-selling Albums chart.


Metal band Of Mice & Men debut their 3rd Album "Restoring Force" and are at N°9 with 63.000 copies sold.


Katy Perry closes this week's Top 10 with "Prism" after selling another 58.000 copies this week.




Katy Perry's new hit Single "Dark Horse" (feat. Juicy J) is in second place. Pitbull's "Timber" ft. Ke$ha slips from N°2 to 3.

Lorde's smash hit "Royals" soars up the top 10 from 8 to 4.


OneRepublic's "Counting Stars" remains at N°5. It's the second biggest hit Single for the band ever, beaten only by "Apologize",  the collaboration with Timbaland in 2007. At N°6 down from N°3 last week, Eminem's "The Monster" ft. Rihanna. At N°7, Avicii's "Hey Brother". At N°8, Jason Derulo's "Talk Dirty" ft. 2 Chainz. At N°9, A Great Big World's "Say Somethin" with Christina Aguilera.


Passenger's "Let Her Go" reenters the Top 10 at N°10 in its 47th week on the chart, and thanks to a new remix with rapper Kendrick Lamar, Imagine Dragons' "Radioactive" makes an incredible leap back to N°11.


The highest debut on this week's chart is the 55th single release of J-pop girl Act Morning Musume. "Egao No Kimi Wa Taiyô Sa" entering the charts at N°26.

Lady Gaga Nominated for Glaad Media Award

Posted on February 05, 2014



Joining Elton John, Lady Gaga was nominated for Outstanding Music Artist.

Nominated for her album "ARTPOP," Gaga joins Goldfrapp (Tales of Us), Elton John (The Diving Board), Tegan and Sara (Heartthrob) and Vampire Weekend (Modern Vampires of the City) in the category.

The 25th Annual GLAAD Media Awards will be held in April.

Lady Gaga has extended her "ARTPOP Ball Tour" with a new leg of dates starting September 23.The new set of dates includes stops in Dublin, Paris, Vienna, Milan, Prague and Zurich.

See the entire list below.

Sept. 23 Antwerp, BE (Antwerp Sportpaleis

Sept. 24 Amsterdam, NL (Ziggo Dome)

Sept. 27 Heming, DK (Jyske Bank Boxen)

Sept. 29 Oslo, NO (Telenor Arena)

Sept. 30 Stockholm, SW (Ericsson Globe)
Oct. 3 Hamburg, DE (O2 World)
Oct. 5 Prague, CZ (O2)
Oct. 7 Koln, DE (Lanxess Arena)
Oct. 9 Berlin, DE (O2 World)
Oct. 15 Birmingham, U.K. (NIA Arena)
Oct. 17 Dublin, IE (O2 Arena)
Oct. 19 Glasgow, U.K. (The SSE Hydro)
Oct. 21 Manchester, U.K. (Phones 4U Arena)
Oct. 23 London, U.K. (The O2)
Oct. 30 Paris, FR (Zenith)
Oct. 31 Paris, FR (Zenith)
Nov. 2 Vienna, AU (Wiener Stadthalle)
Nov. 4 Milan, IT (Forum)
Nov. 6 Zurich, CH (Hallenstadion)
Nov. 8 Barcelona, ES (Palau Sant Jordi)
Nov. 10 Lisbon, PT (MEO Arena)

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