Taylor Swift To Open The 2016 Grammy Awards

Taylor Swift will perform a song from her latest album 1989 to open the Grammys. Organizers did not say which song she will play. In 2013, Swift kicked off the show with her performance of "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together." Swift is nominated for seven awards at the event, including Album Of The Year and Best Pop Vocal Album (1989); Record Of The Year.

T.I. Defends Beyoncé's Super Bowl Performance

T.I. says that those criticizing Beyoncé's Super Bowl halftime performance are in the wrong. At the game, Bey performed her Black Power anthem, "Formation," which featured a Black Panther theme. After, a group of viewers rallied together online to put together an "Anti-Beyonce Protest" at NFL headquarters in Manhattan.

Beyoncé Says Super Bowl Halftime Show Outfit Was Tribute To Michael Jackson

Beyoncé recently spoke up about her recent Super Bowl performance, saying that her outfit was a tribute to the late Michael Jackson. Speaking with Extra, Bey says she used the 50th anny of the big game to honor Jacko. "It's the 50th anniversary so I gave love to my favorite performer."

Drake Posts New Album Art Around Toronto

Drake has put his promo campaign behind Views from the 6 in high gear, plastering his hometown of Toronto with billboards featuring artwork from the new album. One set of prints features a picture of the city's iconic CN Tower, while another simply reads "FOUR PLUS TWO EQUALS 6." The ad push comes ahead of Toronto's hosting of the NBA's All-Star weekend.

Gerard Way Shares Cover Of The Carpenters' 'Superstar'

My Chemical Romance fronter Gerard Way has released a cover of the Carpenters' classic "Superstar." The cut is culled from the sessions of the band's third studio album The Black Parade. "This specific recording was from the day I sang 'Cancer' for the album. This track was a warm up, as I used to warm up to The Carpenters," Way wrote on Twitter.

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