Kacey Musgraves in the music video for the song “Biscuits” from off the album “Pageant Material”.
(Sony Music Masterworks/MusiqQueen) Internationally-renowned superstar Dolly Parton will release her new album Blue Smoke (Sony Music Masterworks / Dolly Records) on May 13th 2014. Leading up to the release, fans can stream the full album here via NPR’s “First Listen.”
Jamie Lynn Spears in the music video for her debut single How Could I Want More from off her forthcoming album. “How Could I Want More” was written by Jamie Lynn Spears and Rivers Rutherford.
Laura Bell Bundy gives a new twist to the two step in the song and music video “Two Step’ featuring former professional golfer and country rapper Colt Ford who spits a few bars on the song. (C) 2013 Big Machine Records, LLC.
Former Disney Hannah Montana star, Miley Cyrus, has taken her music career and removal of her innocent Disney shadow one step farther in her new music video debut of “We Can’t Stop.” Miley Cyrus who is seen in video scenes in her underwear twerking doesn’t fail to take the sexiness even further.
Colbie Calliat in the music video for the song We Both Know featuring Gavin DeGraw which is on the soundtrack for the movie Safe Haven.
Country/Pop music singer Taylor Swift in the music video for the song “I Knew You Were In Trouble.” Big Machine Records, LLC
As Miley Cyrus is preparing for her new album project, she has been seen spotted out with singer K. Michelle, amoung others. The singer was recently spotted with Memphis rapper Juicy J, whom she exchanged tweets with after hanging out at a night club.
Carrie Underwood in the music video for the song Two Black Cadillacs from off the album Blown Away.
Taylor Swift’s new studio album “Red” has helped the young singer become the first woman artist in the last decade to have two albums sell more than a million copies in its first week. The Big Machine Records singer’s previous album Speak Now released October 25, 2010 sold approximately 1,047,000 units.