Adele to make comeback at the Grammys, Amy Winehouse's final Fred Perry collaboration revealed, LCD Soundsystem to launch his own espresso coffee blend, Neil Young salutes Steve Jobs and more - Daily Hot List
Wednesday, 1 February
Adele has confirmed she will make her live comeback at the Grammys on 12 February. It will be the singer's first show since undergoing vocal surgery last year.
Neil Young has paid tribute to Steve Jobs, describing the Apple founder as a like-minded soul. "Steve Jobs [was] a pioneer of digital music, and his legacy is tremendous," he said. "But when he went home, he listened to vinyl."
Ed Sheeran's forthcoming EP, The Slumdon Bridge, features US rapper Yelawolf. Here's a taste of what to expect from the pair's collaboration, due for release on 13 February. (via Rap-up.com)
Speaking of Ed Sheeran, have you ever wondered what the A Team singer looked like as a child? Well, wonder no more...
Fred Perry has revealed new clothing designs created in collaboration with Amy Winehouse prior to her death last year.
James Murphy may no longer be making music as LCD Soundsystem, but he's certainly keeping busy - in addition to readying new film, Shut Up and Play The Hits, he is also planning to launch his own blend of espresso coffee.
Lil Wayne gets a little help from Bruno Mars on new single, Mirror. Check out the video below. (via Billboard.com)
When Christina Aguilera performed at Etta James' funeral last week, she was spotted with a, err, liquid running down her leg. Now a spokesperson for the singer has put an end to internet chatter, confirming it was fake tan spray.
When exactly was the Good Day described in Ice Cube's 1993 song, It Was A Good Day? Here are a few theories.
Here's Lana Del Rey's career to date in handy Japanese computer animation format. Yes, really. (via Hipsterrunoff.com)
Flavor Flav has denied being assaulted by his 19-year-old daughter, who was arrested in an incident at their family home on Sunday (29 January). "The whole thing was a big misunderstanding that shouldn't have happened," the Public Enemy member said. "No one in my family called the cops on my daughter and she did not beat me up."
Here's the latest festival news, courtesy of the Q Festival Blog.
Nicki Minaj features on the new David Guetta single, Turn Me On. Watch the video by following the link. (via MTV.com)
Neil Young has posted a 37-minute-long jam online from his recent recording sessions with Crazy Horse.
Former Fleet Foxes drummer J. Tillman is set to release a solo album under the name of Father John Misty. Watch the video to his new single by following the link.
The Cult have announced details of a new album, Choice Of Weapon. Get a free download of Lucifer from the band's website.
Grimes, Dry The River and Friends are among the acts set to play this year's Great Escape festival in Brighton between 10-12 May.
Today's Track Of The Day is Lianne La Havas with Forget.
That's it for today. More Hot List tomorrow at noon.
11:59 AM | 01/02/2012
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