On “Fuck U Betta,” the Benny Blanco-produced first single off her upcoming solo debut album, “Beg, Borrow and Steal,” Hitch offers a slice of addicting electro-pop while simultaneously asserting her feminine power.
“Saturday Night Live” skewered artists like Taylor Swift, Bon Iver and Prince in a skit last night (Feb. 18) in which a handful of celebrities dropped by to visit Jay-Z and Beyonce’s new baby, Blue Ivy Carter.
Plus, Richard Marx stops by to discuss a song of his that might’ve been a huge hit … if only it had been released as a single.
Whitney Houston’s funeral was missing one of the most important men in her life: ex-husband Bobby Brown, who walked away moments before the ceremony was scheduled to commence.
Clapping hands and swaying to gospel hymns in the church where Whitney Houston’s powerful voice once wowed her congregation, the biggest names in entertainment sang along with the choir to remember the pop superstar at her hometown funeral Saturday.
Billboard.com will carry the live video stream of Whitney Houston’s funeral Saturday.
If at first you succeed — why not try again? For the first single from its forthcoming “California 37,” Train returns to the Espionage, the Norwegian songwriting and production duo of Espen Lind and Amund Bjorklund that helped the group put together its 2010 comeback smash “Hey Soul Sister.”
The band will stream its House of Blues gig in Chicago on Sunday night.
The Grammy champ’s album will notch its best sales week yet.
Last year, Ronnie Dunn released his first solo project since Brooks & Dunn walked away on top in the summer of 2010. While Dunn was climbing the charts with “Bleed Red” and “Cost Of Livin,” many fans wondered about the solo plans of Kix Brooks – who spent the year operating his successful winery south of Nashville, and attending to his duties on American County Countdown. Those fans can wonder no more, as Brooks will soon have new music on the radio.