At an event in New York on Tuesday (19) for the launch of the DKNY fragrance MYNY, singer Rita Ora revealed that fans will have to wait a little longer to hear her new songs.

The British singer announced that her second album will be released in January 2015. The LP was expected to hit the stores between September and November 2014.

The artist did not reveal the reason for the delay, however, it is speculated that the material had to be postponed on account of her ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris, who produced much of the songs for the new album, may not allow to include them on her new album.

During the interview at the event, Rita Ora Harris declined to comment on when the reporter mentioned the name of the Scottish producer and preferred to stop the chat.

At the moment, the singer will continue to record more songs for her new album and will be dedicated to projects that involved artists such as Iggy Azalea in "Black Widow".

The follow up to her debut "Now" already has the promo single "I Will Never Let You Down", released in May and produced by Calvin Harris .

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Forbes magazine released its annual list of the 13 highest paid DJs in the world in 2014, and Calvin Harris topped the list.

The Scottish musician had annual revenues of $ 66 million. This is the second time Harris ranks first on the list. Last year, the artist also reached the top of the listing.

Second place on the list went to the French DJ David Guetta, with profits of $ 30 million while the Swedish DJ AVICII grossed $ 28 million.

"The increase in electronic music has been enormous over the last three years, "Harris said to Forbes. “I happened to be in the right place at the right time."

Check out the list of the 10 highest paid DJs in the world in 2014 and watch the video for Calvin Harris’ "Summer":

01. Calvin Harris - $ 66 million
02. David Guetta - $ 30 million
03. AVICII - $ 28 million
04. Tiesto - $ 28 million
05. Steve Aoki - $ 23 million
06. Afrojack - $ 22 million
07th. Zedd - $ 21 million
08th. Kaskade - $ 17 million
09th. Skrillex - US $ 16.5 million
10. Deadmau5 - $ 16 million


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A previously unreleased song from the singer Madonna, titled "The Beat Is So Crazy" featuring Eve began circulating on the web.

The duet was produced by Pharrell Williams and was recorded during the sessions for the Madonna’s 2008 album "Hard Candy." However, the song was not included in the final version of the album.

Later, it was given to rapper for the album "Here I Am" (2007), however, the material was also not released.

Currently, Madonna is working on her next studio album.

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The Train released the lyric video for their new song "Cadillac, Cadillac."

The track is available on iTunes for fans who pre-order the band’s new album, "Bulletproof Picasso".

The band already released two promo tracks from the album "Angel In Blue Jeans" and "Bulletproof Picasso”, title track of the album.

The Train’s sixth studio album is slated for release on September 16

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Actress and singer-songwriter Hilary Duff released the lyric video for her newest single, "All About You".

The track will be included on her next album, and follows the success of promotional single "Chasing The Sun".

The as-yet-untitled and follow up to her 2007 album “Dignity” is expected to come out later this year, and will feature songs composed by Toby Gad and Ed Sheeran.

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Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga released the official tracklist for their duets album, "Cheek To Cheek".

Besides the single "Anything Goes", the album will contain several reworked songs. The singer stars in "Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye" and "Lush Life" and the live version of "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)", while veteran sings alone in "Sophisticated Lady" and "Don't Wait Too Long".

Another song on the album was revealed, "I Can’t Give You Anything But Love" as the second promotional single from the album, which hits the stores on September 23.

Check out the official tracklist and listen to the new track below:

1 "Anything Goes "
2 "Cheek to Cheek"
3 "Don’t Wait Too Long"
4 "I Can’t Give You Anything But Love"
5 "Nature Boy"
6 "Goody Goody"
7 "Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye"
8 "Firefly"
9 "I Will not Dance"
10 "They All Laughed"
11 "Lush Life"
12 "Sophisticated Lady"
13 "Let's Face The Music and Dance"
14 "But Beautiful"
15 "It Don’t Mean A Thing (If It Is not Got That Swing)"
16 "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)" (Live from Jazz at Lincoln Center)


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