Three generations of Michael Jackson’s family — with a few notable absentees — joined an eclectic roster of entertainers Saturday to pay tribute to the King of Pop.
140 characters from Taylor Swift, J. Cole, Pusha T, Kelly Clarkson and 16 more music makers this week.
As “Cole World: The Sideline Story” debuts atop the Billboard 200, more R&B/hip-hop albums have led the list this year than last.
Organizers of Saturday’s Michael Jackson tribute event in Cardiff, Wales announced they’ve sold 40,000 tickets ahead of the Millennium Stadium concert, but they’re still 10,000 short of a sell-out crowd.
After signing to RCA Records in May 2010 and moving to California, Groves became romantically involved with one of the songwriters working on her debut album. That is, until she discovered he had a secret girlfriend.
Big K.R.I.T. explains why he pushed back his album and hints on a special suprise for the BET Hip-Hop Awards.
Dubstep producer/DJ Skrillex and the remaining Doors members are among the five unlikely team-ups in RE:GENERATION, a new Grammy-produced documentary.
Speaking with Billboard.com regarding his upcoming second book, “Trust Me, I’m Dr. Ozzy,” Osbourne also touched on the swirling Sabbath reunion rumors.
Steve Jobs had an ear for music and often cherrypicked the songs featured in some of Apple’s best-known spots of the last decade. Check out some of the biggest sales spikes in our infographic.
The singer had high praise for Jobs, who once collaborated with U2 on a charitable iPod.