2 albums on the way from popular Canadian Artists!

New music from Tegan and Sara.… Its called U-turn….It’s the second single for the twin […]

New music from Tegan and Sara.… Its called U-turn….It’s the second single for the twin sisters off their yet to be released album…. The first single “Boyfriend” is already climbing the charts!

Love You To Death  is set to be released June 3rd but is available for pre-order now!



After the release of two new tracks last week, Drake fans will get an album sooner than later! View from the 6 will drop on April 29th! Back in January, Drake released ‘Summer Sixteen’- the first single and this week released ‘One Dance’ and ‘Pop Style’ (features Kanye and Jay Z) Views From The 6 will reportedly first be exclusive to Apple Music & iTunes, as part of his deal with the company.


Guy Ritchie was pictured dropping his son Rocco off at Madonna’s London home today – but the teenager didn’t stay for long. A High Court judge warned the former couple that they could ruin what is left of their 15-year-old son’s childhood if they fail to settle their bitter custody fight. Madonna arrived in London last week with the hope of being reunited with him. A source said the whole family was happier since the singer returned to London to rebuild their relationships


Last night Will Smith won the Generation Award… Other Winners of the night include Ryan Reynolds for both Best Male in a film and Best Fight Scene. And the coveted ‘best kiss’ award went to Rebel Wilson and Adam DeVine, in Pitch Perfect 2.


Melissa McCarthy is so hot right now! Her new movie, The Boss, opened in first place with $23.5 million. The movie beat  v Superman, which dropped to second place.  What a week for Melissa! A few days ago, she announced that she’s going to be a part of the Gilmore Girls reboot!

“Gilmore” fans. Sookie is back. After months of speculation, Melissa McCarthy says she is joining the Netflix revival of “Gilmore Girls,” reprising her beloved role as chef Sookie St. James, Lorelai Gilmore’s best pal.


Bryan Adams is canceling a performance this week in Mississippi, citing the state’s new law that allows religious groups and some private businesses to refuse service to gay couples. The singer says he can’t “in good conscience” perform in a state where “certain people are being denied their civil rights due to their sexual orientation.”

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band canceled a Sunday show in Greensboro, North Carolina, because of the state’s new law blocking anti-discrimination rules for the LGBT community.