Taj Farrant, a 9-year-old from Australia, would make Slash proud with his skills.
The Queen of Funk reclaims her throne while supporting her first album in over a decade, Hello Happiness.
The reunited brothers also spoke candidly about their breakup, regrouping, purity rings, and more during their weeklong visit to The Late Late Show.
Breakout Philly MC rolled out vivid renditions of “Only Child” and “Hungry Hippo”.
John Mayer performed his thoughtful new single and answered Degeneres’ “Burning Questions”.
Ahead of the band’s first US tour in three years.
The appearance came in support of the band’s forthcoming The Black Album.
The raper’s sophomore album, Harverd Dropout, hit shelves last week.
The Oxnard rapper chatted with Jimmy Fallon about his Grammy win and working with Dr. Dre.
In continued support of Honey, one of the best LPs of 2018.
The super duo’s second album, South of Reality, arrives on Friday.
The Philadelphia rocker kept things cool as always on Late Night.