So much for leaving the music scene, Lana. A new song from the "gangster Nancy Sinatra" surfaced earlier this week, and it's something else — in a good way! If you've followed the polarizing artist's career, and managed to get your hands on her demos and unreleased tracks, you'll hear a lot of similarities in 2013's "Beautiful Player." It's poppy and even has a solid rap vocal, but Del Rey's voice manages to keep the air of cinematic mystery that made 2012's Born To Die so very captivating.
The Lolita vibe is laced throughout the story of falling in love with a womanizer. What's more, the steady bass line keeps the track from straying too far into crooner territory — which only seems appropriate for a song with the line, "E is for the X that we took with champagne."
Ever since breaking through with her landmark 1992 album What’s the 411?, and hit single “Real Love,” Mary J. Blige has established herself as an enduring artist for more than two decades. The strength of her debut inspired Uptown Records head Andre Harrell to dub her “The Queen of Hip-Hop Soul” and the title read
This year's vampires are a whole new breed of cool, and the chador-wearing, skateboard-riding, baddie-biting heroine of A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night is like none other. The nameless heroine, played by Argo's Sheila Vand, cruises the dangerous streets of Bad City, fangs at the ready for whatever jerks come her way. But, read