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Grimes Backtracks On Releasing New Music Because ‘Music Industry Is Trash’

Grimes's new album might not be released this year as promised. The Canadian singer-songwriter warned fans that new music might not come out soon because the music industry is 'trash.'

Hamilton Cast Album Sells 1.46 Million Copies, Becomes 5th Largest Selling Cast Recording

'Hamilton,' recorded by the Broadway cast, surpassed the Jersey Boys as the fifth biggest-selling cast album since 1991. It sold over 1.46 million copies, according to Nielsen Music.

Billboard To Release Limited-Edition Box Set Featuring BTS

Billboard announced the limited-edition boxed set of their BTS special which includes eight cover variants and posters. The magazine issue also features an interview with the South Korean boy band.

Kendrick Lamar Releases Video For ‘Black Panther Track ‘King’s Dead’

Watch Kendrick Lamar and Jay Rock rap and eat a corn on the cob on top of a palm tree in the music video for 'King's Dead.' The second track from 'Black Panther: The Album' was released on Thursday.

WATCH: T-Pain Runs Away With The Bride In ‘May I’ Video

T-Pain released the music video he directed, edited, and wrote for the song 'May I' in time for Valentine's Day. It has been a while since the rapper released new material.

Bruno Mars Extends ‘24K Magic’ World Tour, Adds 23 North American Shows

After trekking the world last year, Bruno Mars has announced the final leg of his '24K Magic' world tour. He will perform in 23 more shows in North America later this year.

Katharine McPhee To Make Broadway Debut In ‘Waitress’

Katharine McPhee will be replacing Sara Bareilles as Jenna in the Broadway production of the musical 'Waitress.' The former 'American Idol's shift will begin in April.

Prince Collaborator Sells Songwriting Credit For ‘Soft & Wet’ On eBay For $490K

A prince collaborator wanted to sell songwriting rights to "Soft and Wet," a song from the music icon's debut album. It can be purchased on eBay for nearly $500,000.

Metallica To Be Honored With ‘Nobel Prize Of Music’

The Polar Prize announced this year's laureates: Metallica and the Afghanistan National Institute of Music. Both will receive 1 million Swedish kronor or about $120,000.

Haters Gonna Hate: Judge Dismisses Copyright Suit Against ‘Shake It Off’, Taylor Swift

A California federal judge ruled that Taylor Swift did not infringe on the copyright of the song 'Playas Gon' Play' from the girl group 3LW. The plaintiffs still have until the end of the month to amend their complaint.

LISTEN: Wale Isn’t Doing Valentine’s With ‘All Star Breakup’

Wale did not celebrate Valentine's Day this week with flowers and chocolate, but with a scathing anthem about a gold-digging former lover. Called 'All Star Breakup,' the track was released ahead of the NBA All-Star Weekend.

Taylor Swift Shares How She Keeps Her Music From Being Leaked

Taylor Swift had to use earphones while her dancers dance with no music in the behind-the-scenes look at the making of 'End Game.' The singer's crew takes these important measures to prevent leaks from happening.

Traditional Country Singer Daryle Singletary Dead At 46

Fellow country music artists and fans have paid tribute to Daryle Singletary who died on Monday, Feb. 12, at the age of 46. The Georgia-born musician was best known for songs such as 'I Let Her Lie' and 'Too Much Fun.'

2018 Winter Olympics: Figure Skaters Yura Min, Alexander Gamelin Perform To 'Despacito'

'Despacito' was the song of the night on Saturday, Feb. 10 at the 2018 Winter Olympics. Both South Korean and Chinese figure skaters chose the Spanish-language song for their routine.

Smashing Pumpkins Website Gets A Countdown Clock For Something Big

It has been a while since the Smashing Pumpkins released a new album, but the alternative rock band is coming out of retirement. An announcement is set to be made this week.

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