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Lorde, Demi Lovato, Avicii, Ed Sheeran, Lady Gaga and Pharrell Williams feature on the next SingStar game.
Iconic Kiwi entertainers the Topp Twins chat about their Grand Old Topp'ry tour, the election and their careers.
The music supplier who provided the National Party with a track for their campaign advertising has asked its clients to delete it.
Musician Ashley Roberts dreamed of training dolphins or being like Lara Croft and "messing up monsters".
It's been less than a week since Super Smash Bros for Nintendo 3DS launched in Japan, but it's already exceeded one million units sold.
Diplo and dubstep man Skrillex are teaming up for a joint New Year's Eve party at New York City's famed Madison Square Garden.
Controversial pop star Miley Cyrus reportedly sees Lady Gaga as the only artist who manages to keep shocking people and has become obsessed with outdoing her.
Jimmy Barnes will play Auckland, Christchurch, Hamilton and Dunedin in November, supported by The Dead Daisies.
The 29-year-old singer is up for seven awards at this year's ceremony, including the prestigious Best Female gong.
Black Eyed Peas star Fergie is preparing to make a musical comeback eight years after releasing her first solo album.
Scottish singer Susan Boyle is expecting a major backlash from Beatles fans after covering John Lennon's iconic hit 'Imagine'.
Modern hits 'What Does the Fox Say?' and Pharrell's 'Happy' feature alongside classics by Marvin Gaye and Aerosmith on Just Dance 2015.
The Rolling Stones want to know what rarities their Kiwi fans hope they'll play here in November.
Demi Lovato was "farted on" by a nervous fan at a meet and greet, the 22-year-old singer has revealed on Twitter.
Kanye West is refusing to apologise for demanding disabled people stand at his concert because he is a "married, Christian man".
Apple has begun helping people boot U2 off their iTunes accounts after "How to remove U2 album" started trending worldwide.
Robin Thicke has confessed under oath to not writing much of 'Blurred Lines' and being high on Vicodin and alcohol at the time.
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