They say good things come to those who wait. Sometimes even better things come to those who don’t. Originally slated for May, Kirk Franklin’s new CD “Hello Fear” was pushed up to March 22.
Here’s our round-up of singers’, rockers’ and rappers’ 20 coolest and funnest tweets from the past seven days, from Chris Brown to Michelle Branch.
Chart fans herald notable achievements by recent birthday girl Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Max Martin and more in this week’s mailbag.
The Flaming Lips plan to release a lot of new music during 2011. Just don’t expect it to all come out in conventional forms.
RedOne — from Lady Gaga to Usher to Enrique Iglesias to Jennifer Lopez, and now U2 — has a broad and ferocious definition of sound.
They produce the songs that make the whole world sing — and dance, and mosh, and head-bob, and do the country two-step. RedOne and 10 other producers who rule the music universe:
Sources say that Nicki Minaj is in discussions to support Britney Spears on the latter’s upcoming tour.
Thia and Naima discuss Wednesday’s performances, last night’s emotional elimination, and the fact that the four contestants eliminated thus far have all been females.
A new musical dreamed up by rocker John Mellencamp and horror writer Stephen King will make its world debut in Atlanta next year.
In this clip for “Friday or Die,” Rebecca Black spoofs her overnight success in a faux-”Behind the Music” documentary “Betwixt the Music: Rebecca Black.”