Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda Been a Single: From the Discography of Rihanna
... and another seven from Unapologetic. (That doesn't even take into account her numerous massive guest features on songs like Eminem's “The Monster” or T.I.'s “Live Your Life.” She also released three singles in 2015 already, and there's no album in ...
On Tap Today: Vans Warped Tour and Eleni Mandell at Shank Hall
From this year's crop, Bebe Rexha is the most likely future star, co-writing Eminem's "The Monster" and celebrating her own hit this summer, "Hey Mama" with David Guetta and Nicki Minaj. The best-known acts include rapper Riff Raff, and rock bands ...
Havana Brown Recruits Bebe Rexha For New Single "Battle Cry": Listen In Full Now!
Australian singer, producer and DJ Havana Brown premiered today, July 23, a new single titled “Battle Cry” that features American singer Bebe Rexha (writer of the hook on Eminem's “The Monster” hit who now has a solo career and is signed to Warner Bros.
Rihanna & Eminem Bring 'The Monster' to the Concert for Valor
The 26-year-old singer performed her hits “Diamonds” and “Stay” before being joined on stage by Eminem to sing their song “The Monster.” Watch both of their full sets in the video below! Ri and Em were in attendance to support the nation's servicemen ...
Eminem featuring Rihanna, "The Monster"
The 10 Songs That Topped The Hot 100 Chart In 2014, From Eminem's “The Monster” To Taylor Swift's “Blank Space”. share. 0. Launch Fullscreen 10. Eminem featuring Rihanna,; Pitbull featuring Kesha,; Katy Perry featuring Juicy J,; Pharrell Williams ...
Your Guide To The 2015 Vans Warped Tour
Bebe Rexha has the potential to be both, steadily collaborating on hits like “Take Me Home,” “Hey Mama,” and co-writing Rihanna and Eminem's “The Monster” in 2013. She's also got clear star ambitions with albums like I Can't Stop Drinking About You and ...
The 10 Songs That Topped The Hot 100 Chart In 2014, From Eminem's “The Monster ...
This year started off with the last #1 song of 2013 on the Billboard Hot 100 — Eminem and Rihanna's “The Monster” — carrying over as the first #1 song of 2014. Other past chart-topping artists racked up more #1s this year, including Kesha, Pitbull ...
Why Is Eminem's “The Monster” No. 1 on the Charts? Because It's a Sequel.
“The Monster”—America's newest No. 1 single, according Billboard's flagship Hot 100 chart—is the umpteenth example of one of the most durable pop tropes of the last two decades: the rough-and-smooth pairing of a gruff rapper and a hook-belting singer.