At the rate we’re going, Adele’s monster “21″ album might be at the top of the chart come Christmastime.
While riding herd on her sophomore album, “No Boys allowed,” Keri Hilson says she’s decided on the title and bit of the concept for her next album.
LMFAO fends off Katy Perry to maintain the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 for the fifth week with “Party Rock Anthem,” while Britney Spears returns to the top 10.
Photos, video & more. Billboard’s full coverage of Lollapalooza 2011: the 20th anniversary of the fest!
Gene McDaniels, a hit-making machine in the 1960s best known for writing Roberta Flack’s “Feel Like Makin’ Love” and for his own soul-pop gem “Tower of Strength,” died at his Maine home on Friday (July 29), his family said. He was 76.
In celebration of the festival’s 20th anniversary, Billboard.com presents the top five “WTF?!” moments in Lollapalooza’s history.
Kanye West makes an appearance at the Femme Fatale tour to perform his hit, “Monster,” with co-headliner, Nicki Minaj.
Rock icon Alice Cooper is ready to make this Halloween at Universal Studios even scarier.
Universal Republic will release soundtrack and score albums related to “The Hunger Games,” the Lionsgate film that T-Bone Burnett and Danny Elfman are collaborating on as composers.
Shwayze and Cisco’s third album, “Island in the Sun,” marks their departure from the Suretone and Geffen labels and the emergence of their own Bananabeat Records