Kanye West takes to Twitter to announce upcoming G.O.O.D. Music collaborative album.
“Do we really need another search? Of course not.” This is the question and quick response MC Hammer delivered at the Web 2.0. Summit in San Francisco on Wednesday — but that hasn’t stopped him from launching a new search engine of his own.
In celebration of Snoop Dogg’s 40th birthday, here are his top ten Billboard hits.
After 14 years as one of Ireland’s most successful boy bands, Westlife are finally handing in their mics.
Between organizing the 25th annual Bridge School Benefit Concerts, readying 25th anniversary CD and DVD sets and making an album of her own, Pegi Young can rival her husband, Neil, these days for a perpetually busy schedule.
Last week’s Billboard 200 leader, Scotty McCreery, overcame an embarrassing microphone glitch on live television Wednesday night to belt out the National Anthem at the World Series.
Paul Rodgers says he’s heard the rumors about him reuniting with Queen for a performance at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. But that’s as far as it’s gone, he says.
A racy Esquire magazine cover and a fan-driven Facebook promotional campaign sends Rihanna flying 10-5 on Billboard’s Social 50 chart this week, just as the music video for her single “We Found Love” premiered. As for the rest of the top five, she joins the usual suspects of Justin Bieber (No. 1), Adele (No. 2), LMFAO (5-3) and Shakira (4-3).
Dr. Steven Shafer called the defendent, Dr. Conrad Murray, “clueless” when it came to using the powerful anesthetic propofol.
The Maroon 5 singer says he wants his music off the network.