Selena Gomez climbs 16-5 on the Social 50 chart thanks to the buzz generated the premiere of her video for the song “Love You Like A Love Song.”
Joe Jonas flaunts his new maturity and sets fire to a handful of haunting memories in the official music video for “See No More,” which was released on Wednesday (June 30).
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Southern rockers Lynyrd Skynyrd are “just getting started” on a new album, its follow-up to 2009′s “God & Guns,” according to frontman Johnny Van Zant.
Drake’s emotional cut, “Marvin’s Room,” debuts at No. 78 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts.
Executives at Columbia Records are feeling vindicated by the positive early returns for Beyonce’s new album, “4.”
Three of the four finalists on NBC’s “The Voice” — Javier Colon, Dia Frampton and Vicci Martinez are — are already making plans to start recording albums prior to a six-city tour that starts July 27 in Los Angeles at the Gibson Amphitheatre.
Specific Media, the advertising network that today signed a deal to acquire Myspace, revealed this afternoon that Justin Timberlake is taking an ownership stake in the company.
Jessie J admits to receiving death threats, J. Cole named official Rihanna tour opener, and more.
Beyonce’s fourth studio album, “4,” is headed for a No. 1 debut next week on the Billboard 200 chart with maybe 300,000 copies sold by week’s send on Sunday.