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The iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour has announced an impressive roster of headling acts for this winter's tour, and names include Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Ellie Goulding, Bruno Mars, the Backstreet Boys, The Chainsmokers, Shawn Mendes, Diplo, and ...
Lil Jon separates himself from Trump following an appearance on 'The Apprentice' back in 2013. The rapper appeared on the 'All-Star Celebrity Apprentice' version of the show, and wore an Uncle Sam costume as part of a promotional challenge.
The Liftetime biopic, Surviving Compton: Dre, Suge & Michel'le aired over the weekend sparking some serious backlash from fans who threated to no longer support Dr. Dre and his career after watching the volatile scenes of physical abuse and bad ...
Among those who performed at TIDAL X: 1015 included Common, T.I. (TIP), Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Alicia Keys, Ms. Lauryn Hill and Kevin Garrett.
Gucci Mane keeps the post-jail releases coming with a new album Woptober.
Coolio has been charged with felony firearm possession following an arrest at LAX this past month.
Pusha T has teamed up with Ty Dolla $ign and Desiigner on his new song "Circles."
Los Angeles rapper, Murs, real name Nicholas Carter is attempting to break the Guinness Book of World Records feat for longest marathon rap session.
A court has ruled that Jay Z, Kanye West and Frank Ocean did not steal “Made in America.” The three were sued by New York based musician Joel McDonald back in 2014, and claimed that the song was a carbon copy of his song that held the same name, ...
Following a widely publicized endorsement of the controversial Republican candidate Donald Trump, Azealia Banks is says that she is no longer a supporter. Her career also appears to be on an upswing, as she just signed a record deal with RZA of ...
They will be joined by a preliminary 2016 lineup of Diplo, Young Dolph and Big K.R.I.T.
We asked Canadian DJ duo to provide Sultan + Shepard to deliver 10 tunes for your house party playlist that include songs from the likes of Prince, Jay Z, Daft Punk, Outkast and Queen.
As one might expect, the song is a quite personal reflection on Macklemore's own struggle with prescription drugs and a wider look at how prescription drugs plague American society today.
Robin Thicke is back with a no single, "Deep" featuring Nas. Though the hook suggests "it ain't that deep," Nas' a cappella verse addressing the multiple shooting of black men at the hands of police, definitely is.