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Blue Ivy once again stole the show during the London stop of "On The Run II." The 6-year-old hilariously reacted to seeing intimate photos and videos of Beyoncé and Jay-Z onscreen.
Janet Jackson revealed that her son, Eissa, helped her survive and conquer her depression. The pop diva recently announced that she is working on a new album.
Thousands of fans gathered across the United States to mourn young rapper XXXTentacion. A memorial held in Los Angeles had to be dispersed by the police after it turned rowdy.
Nina Simone's home in Tryon, North Carolina will be restored by the National Fund now that it was declared as a national treasure. The late singer-songwriter was born in the humble home in 1933.
Bruce Springsteen made a surprise performance at the opening of the Asbury Lanes in Asbury Park in his hometown of New Jersey. The Boss performed with Danny Clinch's The Tangiers Blues Band.
As I Lay Dying reunited this week for a concert in their hometown of California with disgraced frontman Tim Lambesis. The singer a two-year prison sentence for trying to kill his wife.
Pearl Jam announced to fans that frontman Eddie Vedder lost his voice and will be unable to perform at The O2 on Tuesday, June 19. The rock band is currently in the middle of their European Tour.
A still-untitled musical about the life and career of Michael Jackson was announced this week. The production has already tapped Pulitzer winner Lynn Nottage and Tony winner Christopher Wheeldon as screenwriter and director.
Rihanna's bad habit of taking wine glasses home was finally addressed during her appearance on 'The Graham Norton Show.' On the episode, the world-renowned singer was exposed to her 'Ocean's 8' co-stars.
Clarinet player Eric Abramovitz won a case against his girlfriend who sent him a fake rejection letter from his dream school. The woman owed him over $350,000 in damages.
Dr. Dre reportedly secure the rights to adapt the life story of late singer-songwriter Marvin Gaye into a movie. He also already secured the rights to the Motown legend's music catalog.
Beyoncé and Jay-Z reportedly paid thousands of dollars to use the Louvre in Paris in the music video of 'Apes***.' The track is the first single out of their joint album 'Everything Is Love.'
XXXTentacion was shot dead in broad daylight in Florida in a suspected robbery. Hip-hop stars and fans paid their tributes to the young rapper who was taken too soon.
Blink-182 canceled last weekend's Las Vegas residency performances after drummer Travis Barker was diagnosed with blood clotting. The musician has to take time off of performing and was prescribed medications to heal.
Toni Cornell celebrated Father's Day by remembering the late rocker, Chris Cornell. On Sunday, she shared their cover of Prince's 'Nothing Compares 2 U' that they recorded prior to his suicide last year.