Check out our round-up of the best celeb tweets about the cannabis holiday, 4/20.
Jill Scott wowed a jam-packed Playhouse in Hollywood (April 18) as she performed several tracks from the summer-slated, “The Lights of the Sun”
The Stooges’ late co-founder Ron Asheton was saluted on Tuesday in his hometown of Ann Arbor, Mich., with what was the loudest wake you can imagine.
Hard to get high without a solid soundtrack, and we’ve found that the artists behind those smokin’ tracks know how we feel. In honor of 4/20, we revisit 15 cannabis culprits in music.
As 4/20 is celebrated today, Ziggy Marley, musician and eldest son of reggae pioneer Bob Marley, shares exclusively with Billboard.com what the cannabis-centered holiday means to him.
Police said on Tuesday they were investigating two death threats against 13-year-old Internet sensation Rebecca Black over her low-budget music video “Friday.”
The new incarnation of Death Row Records does not have the rights to sell Dr. Dre’s iconic rap album “The Chronic” digitally, a federal judge ruled Tuesday. The rapper has a long history of battling Death Row, a label he confounded but later left.
Moby will releases a new album and photography book, both titled “Destroyed,” on May 17.
Check out Lil Wayne rock his second grade cap and gown on ‘Tha Carter IV’ album cover
Michael Jackson’s estate reached a settlement Tuesday that ended its lengthy fight with a nonprofit that claimed it was the successor to the singer’s Heal the World charity.