Beyonce and Jay Z are in the midst of working on a joint album, according to the producer Detail. "I'm working with a couple of new projects that I don't want to unveil, and then me and Beyonce and Jay Z are actually doing something together this year," Detail told Billboard. He added, "When you think of Jay and Bey together, you think 'album.'"
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett have revealed plans for a second jazz album together. The release will follow their chart topping 2014 release Cheek to Cheek and Tony broke news of their plans in an interview with the Los Angeles Times. "She's a very good singer. She's not a flash in the pan," the 88-year-old icon spilled.
Bobbi Kristina Brown's family will take her off life support on Wednesday, February 11, in order to allow her to die on the same day as her mother, Whitney Houston, three years ago. A source, speaking with the New York Post, said that the decision is "a symbolic way to keep the mother and daughter together for eternity."
Funny or Die has weighed in on the recent plagiarism controversy regarding Tom Petty and Sam Smith. In the new video, the actor playing Petty acknowledges the similarities between his own "I Won't Back Down" and Smith's "Stay With Me," adding that this sort of thing has happened to him before. "I now get 12 percent of that songs royalties," the actor playing Petty says.
Nickelback front man Chad Kroeger has found some unexpected collaborators in the form of British boy band One Direction. Kroeger was spotted in a photo posted to Instagram with the group and One Direction's fans were quick to question the unusual hook up. Kroeger explained later that One Direction reached out to him specifically to aid in writing sessions.
Paul McCartney joined Rihanna and Kanye West for their stripped-back performance of "FourFiveSeconds" at the 2015 Grammy Awards. The former Beatle provided acoustic backing, strumming the song's riff on guitar, as Rihanna and Kanye sang their verses. Most of the performance took place in front of a white-light backdrop.