Season 18 is coming to your screens in just a month and is bringing back the same judges for the third season in a row
With the famed reality series expected to return in February 2020, a whole new roster of contestants will battle it out for a chance hoping to make it all the way through.
Fans say that it's okay if they want to air the sob stories, but to save it for contestants who made it through to the live shows, and not everyone who auditions or makes it through the Blind Auditions
Gwen Stefani just returned as a coach for season 17 post Adam Levine's departure from the show, but sadly she will not be returning next season.
Talking about his experience in an exclusive interview with MEAWW Zach reveals that it is exciting to have been given this opportunity and feels good to have been supported by Charlie.
To all you Songland fans out there, if you're disappointed with season 1 coming to an end, worry not, as the series has been renewed for season 2.
'Rhythm + Flow' a hip-hop talent hunt reality show featuring showrunners Cardi B, T.I., and Chance the Rapper is set to make its debut on Netflix. Here is all you need to know about the upcoming reality talent show:
The interesting part about this week's episode of Songland with Charlie was actually shot as the pilot episode for season 1 before NBC could pick it up. And now it is the second last episode before this season ends.
With just less than a month left for the series to premiere, here's everything you need to know about the forthcoming season of 'The Voice'
After the news of Leona picking Rozee's song 'Somebody to Love' was revealed, fans took to Twitter to reveal how they love Leona's choice especially because of the beat the song has.
At the end of the episode, Katelyn made it to the top. The tune, melody, tempo, and lyrics seemed perfect for the Jeep commercial that features 'Old Dominion'
Iro's song 'Shadow' has a Celtic touch to it because of the violinist. Given Macklemore's Irish ancestry, he revealed that he loved it and could see himself performing the song in front of a large Irish audience.
Burrows opens up about getting called for 'Songland' and working alongside country music singer and songwriter Shane McAnally
The recently released NBC series 'Songland' is going on a hiatus, but you need not worry as the series will return on Wednesdays at 9 pm starting August 14th.
After the episode ended, the series revealed that Blacc recorded Fee's 'Same Blood' after he recorded Kyle Williams' 'Getting Started'.
The four songwriters who competed for the chance to have their song featured in the forthcoming movie were Afika, Kyle Williams, TVTE and Steve Fee.
Kyle Williams was mentored by Ryan Tedder who helped him change it into something more dirtier. After listening to the song Blacc also shortened the original title of the song to reflect the mood of the movie.
Prior to the episode airing, the series released a sneak peek of Aloe Blacc talking about soundtracking 'Hobbs & Shaw' and about what lyrics mean to him.
Singer Aloe Blacc and 'Hobbs & Shaw' director David Leitch will listen to the pitches of unknown songwriters; one song will be chosen to be recorded by Blacc, released publicly and will be featured in the film.
Kole disclosed that when she initially wrote the song, she thought it would be amazing for Trainor. And now finally she did it.
After churning out hits like 'Bada** Women', 'Marry Me' and 'All The Ways' recently, the singer was looking for her next hit single on the show
When 'Songland' returns on Tuesday night for its fifth episode after 'America's Got Talent', we will witness Meghan Trainor take a seat as the next featured artiste.
NBC shared an exclusive clip with MEA WorldWide (MEAWW) where featured artist Meghan Trainor reveals what according to her makes a good song
After churning out two smash hits, 'Sucker' and 'Cool' from their recent album, Happiness Begins, the Jonas Brothers were back this week in search of their next hit single.
This week the featured guest artistes are none other than the Jonas Brothers, who enter the series in search of their next hit song
This week's guest judges are none other than the Jonas Brothers. The Jonas Brothers have been in the spotlight recently after the brothers reunited after almost six years apart.
Episode 3 of 'Songland' saw Kelsea Ballerini choose Darius Coleman as the winner as she picked his song 'Better Luck Next Time' as her next single
Coleman was paired with Ryan Tedder who helped him find the right key at the start, they also went from acoustic to electric, and finally, the duo recorded vocals and backtrack for the song to make it sound better while singing.
In a sneak peek that was shared by the series, Ballerini hints at what she expects from the songwriters she will listen to on the show
While we will have to wait and see who Ballerini might end up choosing as the winner, here are the four contestants who will be putting their talent to the test to earn the numero uno position.
As excited as fans were for will.i.am picking all three songs, they revealed they did not like the changes he made to 'Be Nice.'
With just one episode done the series already has fans and viewers hooked to it. Here's what you need to know about the four contestants who will be battling it out this week.
In the preview that was released on the series' social media page, we got to see Will.i.am tease what we can expect from him next week and what are the elements that make up a hit song.
Hailing from Miami, Tebby Burrows is not new in the music game. She has been writing music since the age of 12.
'Songland' season 1 opened with EGOT winner and 'The Voice' season 16 winning coach, John Legend who was joined by judges Ryan Tedder, Ester Dean and Shane McAnally.
'Songland' a new songwriter focused reality TV competition will premiere on NBC May 28 at 10 p.m. after the premiere of 'America's Got Talent' season 14
NBC's 'Songland' is being billed as a one-of-a-kind opportunity for talented up-and-coming songwriters to be exposed to and mentored by three cutting-edge music producers
27 May, 2019