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Karen Gibson and the Kingdom Choir performed an emotional rendition of 'Stand By Me' at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding. The couple tied the knot on May 19.
Meghan Markle invited Sheku Kanneh-Mason, a 19-year-old cellist, to perform three songs at the royal wedding held in London on Saturday, May 19. The historical event was watched by millions of people around the world.
K-Pop group BTS broke their own YouTube record after the new single 'Fake Love' amassed 60 million views in just one day and 19 hours. The music video for the new track also became the second largest debut on the video-sharing site.
Beyoncé acquired an out-of-commissioned church in New Orleans for $850,000. What the singer/songwriter has planned for the property is still unknown, but it reportedly is located near the home of her sister Solange.
Fifth Harmony officially went into hiatus this week, two months after the girl group announced that they will be heading in separate directions. On Friday, they released the music video for 'Don't Say You Love Me.'
A former member of Crystal Garden said that Boyd Tinsley groomed and sexually-harassed him for years. Dave Matthews Band has issued a statement suggesting that Tinsley is permanently out of the band.
Camila Cabello finally released her newest collaboration with Pharrell Williams, a Spanish-English track titled 'Sangria Wine.' The track was released ahead of the singer's performance at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday.
The official trailer for 'The Last Days of Michael Jackson' was just released by ABC. The documentary will feature never before seen interviews with the late singer.
Drake and Migos just announced additional dates to their upcoming Aubrey and the Three Migos tour. The two artists will perform in North America starting this July.
Cheap Trick just dropped its first single off its 20th LP called 'The Summer Looks Good On You.' The album will be released sometime this year.
J. Cole recently claimed that he felt Kanye West used him when he shared their phone conversation online. He also revealed that one verse from 'False Prophets' was about West.
Bebe Rexha finally broke her silence over the controversy surrounding 'Girls.' The singer also talked about her sexual orientation during a recent interview.
The Weeknd said that he would have released an upbeat album if he did not split from Selena Gomez. The compilation would have axed 'My Dear Melancholy.'
Meek Mill decided not to attend the Prison Reform Summit at the White House for an entirely valid reason. The rapper's decision may have been influenced by Jay-Z.
In a new interview, BTS listed down the artists they want to work with to promote the album 'Love Yourself: Tear.' The Kpop boy band mentioned Zedd, Troye Sivan, and Drake.