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Drake recently surprised a college student and an entire high school with his generous donation. The singer is also enjoying the success of his hit song 'God's Plan.'
Travis Scott's lawyer Doug Norwood revealed that his client's inciting a riot and endangering the welfare of minor charges have been dropped. He said that Scott simply pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct.
Ozzy Osbourne recently confirmed that he will no longer tour the world after No More Tours 2. However, the singer will continue to perform at his gigs, release a new album, and host the Ozzfest.
Katy Perry's 'Left Shark,' Bryan Gaw, just talked about his performance at the Super Bowl three years ago. The former backup dancer is now working as a hairstylist in Los Angeles.
The National won Best Alternative Album at the 2018 Grammy Awards on Sunday, Jan. 28. The group missed the show because they were working on their new album.
Taylor Swift's fans recently expressed their disappointment over Larry Fuss's decision to hire David Mueller. The DJ will now be hosting KIX 92.7 shows 'Stonewall Jackson' and 'Jackson and Jonbob.'
Leah LaBelle and her husband, Rasual Butler, were recently mourned by their closest friends in the industry. The couple, aged 31 and 28, respectively, were killed in a car crash.
Universal Music Group just announced that Charlie Walk has been placed on leave from 'The Four' while investigations about his alleged sexual harassment are still on going.
Luke Bryan just announced his upcoming What Makes You Country XL tour dates. The additional shows will take place at 13 stadiums kicking off at the Rogers Center in Toronto, Ontario on May 31.
Following the revelations in an explosive book released last year, Julian Casablancas spoke out in a new interview about his beef with Ryan Adams. The musician would prefer to discuss things face to face.
Morgan Freeman and Peter Dinklage did not disappoint while showcasing their rapping skills in the 2018 Super Bowl ad for Doritos and Mountain Dew. Freeman performed 'Get Ur Freak On' while Dinklage sang 'Look At Me Now' in their rap battle.
David Mueller moved on from the lawsuit that was filed against him by Taylor Swift. He is now working as a radio show host in Mississippi.
Indie rockers The National picked up its very first Grammy Award Sunday night for the band's album 'Sleep Well Beast.' The band responded with surprise and gratitude. They noted simply that perhaps it's finally their time to win.
Godspeed You! Black Emperor just added more dates to its 'Luciferian Towers' tour. The band's first performance will take place in Vermont on March 5 and will end in Vancouver on June 4.
After getting the ire of fans and celebrities for telling women to step up for recognition, Neil Portnow released a statement backtracking. The executive admitted he wasn't as articulate as he should have been and was taken out of context.