After a self-imposed hiatus, Evans re-emerges March 8 with her first studio album in six years, aptly titled “Stronger.”
On last night’s (Mar. 5) “Saturday Night Live,” host Miley Cyrus left the musical duties to rockers The Strokes. The band seized the opportunity in a big way, debuting a new song titled “Life Is Simple in the Moonlight.”
A full-frontal nude photo of Chris Brown leaked online Friday night (Mar. 4), just over a week after another damaging image involving the R&B singer surfaced on the Internet.
“SNL” host Miley Cyrus’ most talked-about performance was her impression of Justin Bieber in the episode’s “The Miley Cyrus Show” skit.
A feature film plus a live and studio album are the planned offshoots of John Forte’s latest adventure: a tour of Russia billed as “From Brooklyn to Russia With Love.”
Here’s our round-up of singers’, rockers’ and rappers’ 20 coolest and funnest tweets from the past seven days. Be sure to tag @billboarddotcom to your favorite music retweets (and don’t forget to follow us!)
Traphik still owns Uncharted, Nicolas Jaar and Maddi Jane jump seven positions each, Pretty Lights debuts, the Deadlies play Billboard Pro’s Austin showcase.
Usher said Friday he’s “sincerely troubled” to learn he appeared at a concert in St. Bart’s linked to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi’s family and plans to donate his concert fee to human rights organizations.
Readers check in on Perry’s Hot 100 vault, Minogue’s sales, Green’s chart and sonic doppleganger and who might win “American Idol.”
Phil Collins may retire from music, “Spider-Man” slapped with new violations, and more.