The Grammy Awards is shaping up to be one helluva show! Organizers are now planning to honor the genre of electronica/dance music (or EDM) at the awards ceremony on Feb. 12. Grammy nominees Lil Wayne, Deadmau5, the Foo Fighters, David Guetta and Chris Brown have been tapped to perform on the segment.
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A creepy teaser for the David Guetta and Nicki Minaj collabo 'Turn Me On' has hit the web. The clip presents a strange medieval vibe with fire and axes and a group of bald mannequins in a castle. We have no idea where they're going with this, but it's not going to be a run-of-the-mill performance video, that's for sure.
Great news for all you Barbies out there! Not only is Nicki Minaj's song with David Guetta been certified gold, but she and the famed French producer/DJ will be shooting a music video for it! And an extra dose of good news for Minaj fans in the U.K., the rapper herself will be going on a short promotional tour in support of her new album, 'Roman in Moscow,' next month! Get ready for anarchy in the U.K.!
Festival season seems to be shaping up for 2012! Not only was the lineup for Ultra Fest announced, but Bamboozle festival turns 10 this year, and they're celebrating with one of the most eclectic lineups you'll be able to hear for the price of a ticket in 2012. So far, the lineup includes Bon Jovi, Foo Fighters, Blink-182, and the recently added Skrillex.
Even though Katy Perry's remix of 'The One That Got Away' has become yet another hit for the songstress, it seems she is no match for Selena Gomez. Although it was a close race, Justin Bieber's GF won yesterday's Sound Off with her single 'Hit the Lights,' with more 56% of the fan votes. Today, Gomez will take on David Guetta and his new 'Nothing but the Beat' single 'Titanium.'
MTV caught up with both of those chart-topping artists at the Z100 Jingle Ball in New York City over the weekend, where they performed on the same stage as the Mother Monster. MTV asked them who they want to collaborate with. Of course, Gaga topped their lists.