In the midst of the cantankerous debt ceiling crisis, the White House decided to have a little fun with one constituent on Wednesday (July 27) by … Rickrolling them.
Jay-Z and Kanye West’s “Watch the Throne” exclusives have indie retailers up in arms, Morrissey compared Norway massacre to fast-food restaurant practices, and more.
Amy Winehouse left a trove of unreleased music, but no decision has been made about whether it will be released, people close to the singer say.
Songwriter Patrick “j.Que” Smith, co-writer of Beyonce’s second single, “Best Thing I Never Had,” released the original version of the song today (July 28), which differs in production.
In celebration of Katy Perry’s newest venture as Smurfette, we’ve compiled a photo gallery of voice-recorded roles performed by some of music’s biggest acts.
While others have pointed to Weezer as a forefather to the modern emo movement, a tongue-in-cheek feeling follows the nearly 20-year-old band, right down to its latest scheme: the Weezer Cruise.
Jordin Sparks tells Billboard.com that she’s taking her time on the follow-up to 2009′s “Battlefield,” which she previewed with the single “I Am Woman” last spring.
Amy Winehouse’s producer and dear friend Mark Ronson paid tribute to the deceased singer on stage last night, the day after attending her funeral in north London on Tuesday.
Big Sean talked to Billboard.com’s The Juice on the success of “Finally Famous,” having a sneak peak into the recording of “Watch the Throne,” working with Kelly Rowland and kicking off his own tour in November.
Adele, Chris Brown and Lil Wayne have been announced as the first performers for the MTV Video Music Awards, which will air Aug. 28 from Los Angeles’ Nokia Theatre.