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Eminem announced a series of European shows for the summer of 2018. The show, which will promote the rapper’s album ‘Revival,’ will include a massive two-night show in London.
Drake dethroned Jay-Z as the rapper with the most Hot 100 Top 10s in chart history. Newly released tracks ‘God’s Plan’ and ‘Diplomatic Immunity’ debuted simultaneously at the Top 10, giivng the Toronto-born rapper the record.
Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee performed 'Despacito' at the 2018 Grammy Awards with 2006 Miss Universe winner Zuleyka Rivera. The crowd swayed and bopped their heads to the Latin pop song.
Donald Glover confirmed at the 2018 Grammy Awards that he will retire from his work as Childish Gambino. The rapper will stop making music with the moniker after his fourth album.
Roger Daltrey of The Who will tour 10 cities in the United States to perform songs from 'Tommy' with local orchestras. The tour will kick off this summer.
Featuring her daughter Willow, Pink's music video showed a beautiful, emotional take on her new ballad 'Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken.' It's released a day after her heartfelt performance at the Grammys.
Drake landed on the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart with his new song 'God's Plan.' The track had over a million of airplay and digital sales were over 100,000.
Alessia Cara clapped back at the haters who believe she does not deserve to win the Best New Artist trophy at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards. Fellow artists have congratulated the young singer for her first Grammys.
Record-breaking diamond hit 'Despacito' was snubbed in three categories at the 2018 Grammy Awards. The song, which climbed the charts and sparked a global Latin interest in the music industry, lost out to Bruno Mars and Portugal. The Man.
On Sunday, Jan. 28, President Donald Trump bragged about the decrease of unemployment in African-American communities after Jay-Z criticized the commander-in-chief for calling African nations 's***hole countries.' White House answered criticism ...
The 60th Annual Grammy Awards drew 19.8 million viewers, only 24 percent of which were young people, on Sunday night. The show hosted by James Corden recorded an all-time low for its target demographic.
Country foursome Little Big Town commanded the stage at the Grammys with a harmonious performance of their Taylor Swift-penned song 'Better Man.' The group also took home a trophy this year.
SZA mesmerized the audience with her emotional and fiery performance of 'Broken Clocks' at the 2018 Grammy Awards. The song is one of the tracks in her debut album 'Ctrl.'
Kendrick Lamar lights up the 2018 Grammy Awards with an impressive trophy haul and a politically charged opening performance that stirred the crowd to its feet. The rapper took home five awards.
Miley Cyrus and Elton John were among the musicians to perform at the 2018 Grammy Awards. They both sang John’s classic hit ‘Tiny Dancer,’ which Cyrus took in another direction.