For once, some Justin Bieber fans don't want to see him perform.
A group of "Beliebers" is lobbying to have his UK tour dates canceled after Monday's Manchester Arena bombing following an Ariana Grande concert that killed 22 people and left dozens more injured.
Bieber's "Purpose Tour" has dates in Cardiff June 30 and London July 2.
Ariana Grande has officially put her "Dangerous Woman" tour on hold in the wake of the terrorist attack that took place after her concert at Manchester Arena on Monday night.
The singer was scheduled to perform in two shows at London's O2 Arena on Thursday and Friday, but in a statement obtained by CNNMoney, Grande said she's canceled all shows through June 5.
The new management company of Harrysong, Altar Plate has said Five Star Music’s Kcee is talentless and knows nothing about music.
While reacting to a statement by Five Star Music, Harrysong’s management said Kcee desperately bought him out of his contract with Question Mark Records.
According to Desmond Ike-Chima who released a statement, Kcee approached Harrysong on “bended knees to help salvage his dying career”.
Academy Award nominee, Asghar Farhadi who is an Iranian may not attend the Oscar Awards due to the new US immigration ban.
Citizens of Iran and six other predominantly-Muslim countries have been banned from entering the United States for 90 days.
Farhadi, a movie director whose movie The Salesman is nominated for the foreign language film award may not attend.
Head of the National Iranian American Council, Trita Parsi said Farhadi can only attend if granted an exception.
Months ago, there was a rift between singing duo, PSquare, and a music channel, Soundcity. It was learnt that the rift was so strong that the music channel actually blacklisted the singers from their station and their music was not played.
The Group Channels Manager for Consolidated Media Associates, Olamide Adedeji,has cleared the air on what transpired between the artistes and the music channel.
Mavin Records latest signee, Iyanya Mbuk, speaks exclusively to PREMIUM TIMES about his latest deal, music, fame and the women in his life.
PT: Tell us more about your deal with Mavins Records?
Iyanya: It’s official that I am now a Mavin and I have dropped my first single titled Up 2 Sumting on the label.
PT: How long did this deal take to materialise?
Iyanya: To be honest, it wasn’t planned it just happened. To be honest, I can’t remember when I left Made Men Records. It took me a couple of months for us to make this decision. After I released the single, Gift, last year, I left Made Men Music and I joined Temple Management. I needed to work with someone who understands the music industry and can help me fulfill the dream of getting my music right. And that’s why I went with Don Jazzy. I chose him because I realised the need to work with someone to bring out the real Iyanya, which is the singing Iyanya, and at the same time, commercialise the music.