Which “Planet Pit” tracks help propel Pitbull to “Mr. Worldwide” status? Here’s our Twitter-length track-by-track review of each song.
Next month, DMX, will be home and working on his seventh studio album, after spending more than six months in jail for violating his probation in November, 2010.
Seun’s second album, “From Africa With Fury: Rise,” is a complex piece of machinery, at once supple and intricate-the weave of percussion and guitar that makes “Mr. Big Thief” move, for example, is articulated more clearly than even on his father’s prime records.
Which songs on “Alpocalypse” are among Weird Al’s best parodies? Here’s our Twitter-length track-by-track review of each song.
Lupe Fiasco butted heads with Bill O’Reilly and condemned the military actions of President Obama — whom he called a “terrorist” — in an appearance on “The O’Reilly Factor” that aired on Monday (June 20).
Beyonce strayed from her album material and gave an exciting medley for viewers in Nice, France.
Without warning, Drake releases yet another track on his site, “October’s Very Own,” titled, “Trust Issues.”
Natalia Jimenez, 30, is readying to take the stage alone. On June 21 Sony Music Latin will release “Natalia Jimenez,” a solo debut that comes after 10 years and four studio albums with pop/rock trio La 5a Estacion, including 2009′s “Sin Frenos,” which won a Grammy Award for best Latin pop album.
Troubled diva Amy Winehouse has canceled the rest of her European summer concert tour and scrapped all public performances after an embarrassing appearance in Serbia, her spokesman said Tuesday.
50 Cent is following up his bestselling 2005 autobiography “From Pieces to Weight” and 2008′s “The 50th Law” with a book about bullying, titled “Playground.”