“His technique and ability is just mind blowing! The idea of him working with us on this record is classic,” said Gwen Stefani of working with El Mac on the Push And Shove album art.
No Doubt are not only unafraid of remixes, but the foursome from Anaheim have reached out to top name producers to rethink the band’s first single, “Settle Down.”
Gwen Stefani decides to hang up her solo act dancing shoes as she regroups with No Doubt and takes some musical direction from Prince.
Things get a little trippy at the end, from Gwen Stefani’s point of view. It will be interesting to see where this leads us in the continuing story of No Doubt.
Gwen Stefani is teaming up with Michelle Obama for a political fundraiser that aims to celebrate family.
As No Doubt near the end of the recording session for their long awaited sixth album, Push And Shove, the band would like to direct your attention to one of their signature sounds: horns.
The wait is almost over for No Doubt fans. September 25 marks the release of the band’s sixth studio album Push And Shove. The band announced their first single “Settle Down” will debut July 16. […]
With Mother’s Day right around the corner, we’re celebrating with a look at some of our favorite moms. Beyonce (Getty/ Dimitrios Kambouris) http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/beyonce-knowles-attends-the-schiaparelli-and-prada-news-photo/144003980 The first time mom can’t seem to stop talking about Blue Ivy. […]
It didn’t take long. Just one day after No Doubt revealed their next album release date, the band posted a webisode that gives fans a first listen to the track “Push & Shove.” The track […]
How old were you when No Doubt last released an album? What if we told you the band’s last full-length, Rock Steady, came out in 2001 — 11 years ago? Did you know you’d been […]