Will Betty Who knock your socks off? Is the 'Beauty and the Beast' soundtrack catching your eye?
Ed Sheeran, Pitbull, Betty Who and Zara Larsson all have new albums on the way.
Between albums from John Legend and Grace VanderWaal and covers of favorite 'Hamilton' tracks, there's a whole bunch to look forward to.
John Legend, 'America's Got Talent' winner Grace Vanderwaal and 'Hamilton' all have highly anticipated album releases scheduled for 2016's final month.
Raelynn chatted with PopCrush about her new single, 'God Made Girls,' the Miley Cyrus song she wish she wrote and the best advice her mom gave her.
Although RaeLynn is known for her catchy 'God Made Girls,' she opted to perform a surprise track for the PopCrush staff -- a cover of Meghan Trainor's 'All About That Bass.'
Jermaine Paul was upstreamed to the semifinals on tonight's (April 17) elimination episode of 'The Voice' by the American voting audience, leaving Erin Willett and RaeLynn in the bottom for Team Blake Shelton. With the credits rolling, Shelton chose to save Willett, letting RaeLynn go ultimately because her choice of save song was a bit too safe.
While practicing 'Wake Up Call' for tonight's first live show (April 2) on 'The Voice,' country gal RaeLynn said she was going to punch America in the face with country music. Go on, girl! Wearing a pink flower in her hair, Carrie Bradshaw-style, brown cowgirl boots and a big tulle skirted black dress, the youngest competitor of the season turned the Maroon 5 pop song into a country anthem. Her coach Blake Shelton admitted that it's a country song anyway – you cheat on me, I shoot you -- so RaeLynn could easily have her way with it.
When you're a contestant on 'The Voice,' having a 'case of the Mondays' isn't such a bad thing ... unless you lose in the battle round, of course. In tonight's premiere cage match episode, Blake Shelton chose an obvious pairing, putting country cutie RaeLynn up against twangin' powerhouse Adley Stump.