MGK’s co-writer and co-director, Mod Sun, tells The Daily Beast about landing a Dennis Rodman cameo, acting with Avril Lavigne, and how a text from Megan Fox inspired the movie.
Madeline Roth is the entertainment editor for The Daily Beast. She was previously an editor at MTV News and TheWrap, and has written for CBS, The Independent, Live Nation, and Tiger Beat.
Drummer Patrick Carney tells The Daily Beast about their 11th album, “Dropout Boogie,” and celebrating 20 years as a band. Plus, some serious venting about the perplexing Grammys.
Rocky’s new video for “D.M.B.” features a toothy (literally) proposal and Rih in a wedding dress. Sooo, did they secretly get hitched or what?
The veteran indie-rock band’s sixth album, “Alpha Games,” is their most exciting in years. Here, frontman Kele Okereke tells The Daily Beast why it left him in “a dark place.”
The audacious musician tells The Daily Beast about screaming harder and feeling “freer than ever” on her thrilling fourth album.
Ahead of her stunningly self-assured third album, the country star talks to The Daily Beast about being Nashville’s squeaky wheel, staying grounded, and that ACM Awards fuss.
The 23-year-old talks to The Daily Beast about working through mental health struggles, reuniting with Tyler, the Creator, and finding bliss in restraint on his fourth album.
“Maybe I made it because it felt like the only desperate option in finding happiness and content,” the avant-pop artist tells The Daily Beast about her transformative new mixtape.
Ally Sheedy and Sofia Black-D’Elia tell The Daily Beast about capturing the “nuanced, really complex, messy version” of a mother-daughter relationship.
The actress finally gets to play her age on Hulu’s diverse, millennial-friendly “How I Met Your Mother” spinoff–and she’s picking up Barney Stinson’s mantle in the process.