A gospel cover of Eminem’s “Lose Yourself” by the Selected of God choir makes its Billboard chart debut this week as it enters at No. 14 on Gospel Digital Songs.
Rihanna dishes on her upcoming “Battleship” movie, Feist returns with first “Metals” single, and more.
In The Juice’s new series, ‘Freshman Haze,’ we’re spotlighting rising artists who deserve a double take and extra play time. Allow us to introduce you to Chipmunk.
One of the most recognizable rock stars on the planet, Kravitz has already succeeded on countless levels–including 15 million albums sold since Nielsen SoundScan began tracking sales data in 1991.
There was a six-year gap between Heart’s latest album, “Red Velvet Car” in 2010, and its predecessor, “Jupiter’s Darling.” But Ann and Nancy Wilson aren’t planning to take nearly as long again.
Glee Live! In Concert! reigns as the week’s No. 1 Hot Tour based on box office grosses reported for the summer concert outing which features the cast of the popular Fox television show.
Birdman says to look for a Lil Wayne and Drake collaboration album and comments on Jay-Z and Kanye West’s “Watch the Throne.”
“American Idol” season 10 winner Scotty McCreery and runner-up Lauren Alaina will issue their debut albums one week apart from each other this fall.
Chris Martin weighs in on baptisms by fire, the art of making a good sandwich, and why Coldplay would have kicked ass in the 1840s in an extended interview with Billboard.
Coldplay announced today that the band’s fifth studio album, “Mylo Xyloto” (pronounced my-lo zy-letoe), will be released in the U.S. on Oct. 25 by Capitol Records.