Scott Shetler is a Chicago-based freelance writer whose words can be found on PopCrush, Diffuser and other music, pop culture and travel websites. He has interviewed a wide range of artists, from Anthony Kiedis to Weird Al Yankovic and from Amanda Palmer to Taylor Hanson. He freely acknowledges an inexplicable obsession with the music of cheesy ‘80s pop duo Air Supply.
Pink Opens Up About Her Teenage Overdose in Shape
Pink was a notorious wild child, and in the new issue of Shape magazine, she opened up about the time she did way too many drugs at a club back when she was 15.
David Guetta and Nicky Romero Release Gritty ‘Metropolis’ Video
EDM performers David Guetta and Nicky Romero have released a gritty music video for their new instrumental collaboration 'Metropolis.' The clip was directed by street artist Mr. Brainwash, who explained, according to Global Grind, "My creative inspiration for the video was to take old objects l…
Psy Brings ‘Gangnam Style’ to ‘Jimmy Kimmel’
K-Pop performer Psy has performed 'Gangnam Style' on nearly every major U.S. tv show, but he managed to find a new home for his madness when he appeared on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' on Tuesday.
Listen to Kreayshawn’s New Track ‘Left Ey3′
Kreayshawn gives props to bada-- chicks Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes of TLC, Amy Winehouse, and Courtney Love on 'Left Ey3,' a new song from her soon-to-be-released debut album 'Somethin 'Bout Kreay.'
Rihanna to Drop Seventh Studio Album in November
There's no slowing down Rihanna! She's about to drop her seventh studio album in November, with a new single coming perhaps as early as next week, according to a report by Idolator, which discovered the details by way of an accidental leak from RiRi's French record label.
Hear Pink’s Rock Song With Eminem, ‘Here Comes the Weekend’
Pink's latest collaboration with Eminem has leaked, and it turns out her description of the track as an “alternative club banger” was dead-on. Despite featuring one of hip-hop music's biggest names, 'Here Comes the Weekend' is actually one of the harde…
Rihanna’s ‘We Found Love’ Named Video of the Year at 2012 MTV VMAs
And the Video of the Year at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards is... Rihanna's 'We Found Love!' RiRi beat out Drake, Katy Perry, Gotye and M.I.A. to take home the big award of the night for one of the songs she had performed to open the award show broadcast.