Last night at a fundraiser at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, President Obama took the stage, crooning a line from Al Green’s “Let’s Stay Together” during his speech.
As the Doors begin The Year of the Doors with a 40th anniversary release of “L.A. Woman” and an accompanying documentary, keyboardist Ray Manzarek says he hopes to spend more time “Breakin’ a Sweat” in the future.
The former couple has also lawyered up.
“The Motto” jumps 13-9 on the latest chart, Drake’s 22nd top 10 position.
Blue Ivy Carter’s mom’s “4″ will vie with Brown’s “Fame,” Jennifer Hudson’s “I Remember Me” and others in the Outstanding Album category.
Hacktivist organization Anonymous has taken credit for the online attacks.
Concordia Seminary in suburban St. Louis gets an eclectic mix of students in a program allowing them to train for the ministry online – electricians, farmers, entrepreneurs – and even a founder of one of the best-known thrash metal bands. David Ellefson plays bass for Megadeth. He also is an online student in the Specific Ministry Program at Concordia Seminary operated by the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.
The trial will begin in April, a date set by Judge William Charles Burns.
Hip-hop will invade Sundance this weekend when “Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap,” and Billboard caught up with Ice-T to discuss his first directing effort.
Skim through all of Swizz Beatz’ past and present jobs, including recently revealed, CEO of Megaupload.