After the 2nd annual OVO Festival on Sunday (July 31), Drake talked to Billboard.com’s The Juice about his first single “Headlines” and said his sophomore album, “Take Care,” is his “best project.”
Hip-hop husband and wife duo Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz have teamed up in a laser-filled video for club banger “International Party,” filmed for Reebok Classics’ 2011 “Reethym of Lite” campaign.
Paramount has preemptively picked up an untitled comedy pitch with Miley Cyrus attached to star and produce.
The Jay-Z/Kanye West collaboration ‘Watch the Throne’ hits iTunes in a week (Aug. 8) and brick-and-mortars a week after that, but fans eager to see them in person will have to wait until late October to take in their live show, according to Pitchfork.
The British tabloid media has kicked their Amy Winehouse coverage into high gear, with new reports that the late singer secretly become engaged just weeks before her death, as well as a report that she bought crack cocaine and heroin her last night alive.
Ahead of Bush’s first album in 10 years, “The Sea of Memories” (due Sept. 13), “The Sound Of Winter” enters Rock and Alternative Songs.
John Hiatt’s artistic life this year has been marked by two of America’s great 21st-century tragedies: the 9/11 attacks and Hurricane Katrina.
One day before his first full-length album is out, viral sensation Greyson Chance sat down with Billboard.com for a Live Q&A and let you hear the whole record.
Selena Gomez officially kicked off her “We Own The Night” tour Thursday (July 28) in Boca Raton, Fla., and nestled in her setlist between “My Dilemma” and “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know” was a Britney Spears medley.
Kings of Leon announced the cancellation of their U.S. tour following an onstage meltdown at a performance in Dallas on Friday night.