Can another diva-infused remix rush up the Billboard Hot 100 next week? That’s what fans of Britney Spears are probably hoping.
Hours before their Grind N Hustle set at SOBs, NY on Monday (April 25), Pac Div took time to talk to Billboard’s The Juice on, the move to Grand Hustle Records, their sonic evolution and Lil B going ‘Gay.’
As “American Idol” season 10 winds down, Adam clearly has a lot to say about the top six finalists, first and foremost, his current favorite: Haley Reinhart.
Cee Lo Green, Nicki Minaj and Pitbull have been added to the stellar lineup of performers for the 2011 Billboard Music Awards, which will air live May 22.
On today’s (Apr. 28) “Ellen,” Lady Gaga took the stage for the TV debut of her latest single, “Judas,” in addition to shedding light on her life in the spotlight and her upcoming HBO special.
The Strokes are busy working on their fifth album, but don’t expect to hear any of the new material from the band in concert just yet.
British musical talent Ellie Goulding will play at the private Royal Wedding reception evening to an audience of the Royal family and guests, it emerged Thursday.
A sixth week atop the Billboard 200 would make Adele’s “21″ just the fifth album by a woman in the last 10 years to earn as many weeks at No. 1.
Cirque du Soleil wants to recreate Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch at the Mandalay Bay hotel-casino on the Las Vega Strip in association with the production company’s $57 million “Michael Jackson, The Immortal World Tour” slated to open in October.
Lukasz “Dr. Luke” Gottwald and Max Martin, who wrote such hits as Miley Cyrus’ “Party in the U.S.A.” and Katy Perry’s “California Gurlz,” took top honors at ASCAP’s 28th annual Pop Music Awards. Other winners include Train frontman Pat Monahan who won song of the year for “Hey, Soul Sister.” Ke$ha, Adam Lambert, Taio Cruz and Darren Criss of “Glee” were among the night’s presenters and performers.