From ‘Mr. 305′ to Mr. Worldwide, Miami’s Pitbull — and his own ever-evolving artistic vision — has the globe by the tail.
Roger Waters is No. 1 in the Hot Tours rankings with more than $53 million in box office grosses reported during the past week from the European leg of The Wall Live tour.
The Songwriters Hall of Fame last night (June 16) honored the likes of Garth Brooks, Leon Russell and Allen Toussaint at its annual gala in New York City. Performances included Dwight Yoakam and Russell; Billy Joel and Brooks; Boz Scaggs and Toussaint, Trisha Yearwood did a Hal David Medley; Chaka Khan sang an Ashford and Simpson song; and rapper Drake performed “Best I Ever Had.”
A hip-hop mogul wanted by federal authorities on drug charges did not orchestrate a plot to ambush rapper Tupac Shakur outside a recording studio in the mid-1990s, his lawyer said Thursday. The accusations against James Rosemond, owner of Czar Entertainment, were levied online and attributed to convicted killer Dexter Isaac.
Britney Spears’ official “I Wanna Go” video will make its MTV premiere at 6 a.m. ET Wednesday (June 22), sliding in in time to qualify for this year’s Video Music Awards.
50 Cent decided to take matters into his own hands and released a new album track, “Outlaw,” on Thursday (June 16).
Taking Back Sunday’s first new album isn’t even out yet, but the group’s Adam Lazzara says a follow-up is already in the quintet’s site.
50 Cent took to his Twitter account Thursday morning to criticize Interscope Records, saying that he would postpone the release of his new album, Black Magic, until he and his label are able to work together effectively.
In an interview with Billboard.com’s The Juice, Big K.R.I.T talks about his work process, dream collaborators, and his plans for the rest of 2011.
Touring is the clearest way to millions in the music business these days, as Forbes’ new list of the 25 highest-paid musicians shows: U2 leads the pack with $195 million.