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Recording Academy President Neil Portnow Regrets 'Step Up' Comment After Backlash

After getting the ire of fans and celebrities for telling women to step up for recognition, Neil Portnow released a statement backtracking. The executive admitted he wasn't as articulate as he should have been and was taken out of context.

Fall Out Boy's 'Mania' Is The Band's Fourth No. 1 Album On Billboard 200 Chart

Fall Out Boy’s ‘Mania’ took the top spot of the Billboard 200 chart, becoming the band’s fourth No. 1 album in their career. This achievement confirmed that the band made the right decision in delaying the album’s release last year.

Eminem's 2018 Europe Tour Dates Announced: Get The Details

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 Now Has More Billboard Hot 100 Top 10s Than Jay-Z

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.

Lauren Jauregui Of Fifth Harmony Might Go Solo Soon, Just Like Camila Cabello

Is another Fifth Harmony member on her way out? Lauren Jauregui may be moving from Epic to Columbia Records to kick start a solo career beyond Fifth Harmony.

P!nk's Music Video 'Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken,' The Song She Sang At The Grammys, Is Out

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.

Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee's 'Despacito' Didn't Win One Grammy Despite Its Popularity

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.

Cyndi Lauper Talks 'Praying' Grammys Performance With Kesha: Sisterhood Is 'A Powerful Thing'

Cyndi Lauper joined Kesha for an emotional performance at the Grammys that she called an 'act of sisterhood' among the musicians. With the Time’s Up movement in play, the music legend stressed the importance of support in women.

Little Big Town's 'Better Man' Performance At The 2018 Grammys Astonishes The Audience

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.

Grammys 2018: Kendrick Lamar Wins Best Rap Album With 'Damn'

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.

Jennifer Hudson Chosen To Play Aretha Franklin In Upcoming Biopic

Legendary soul singer Aretha Franklin handpicked Jennifer Hudson to play herself in an upcoming biopic. The announcement was made during Clive Davis' pre-Grammys bash where the Oscar-winning actress wowed the crowd with classic Franklin hits.

Grammys 2018: Lady Gaga Wears Symbolic White Rose To Support Time's Up

Stars donned white roses on the red carpet of the Grammy Awards to help raise awareness on sexual harassment and inequality. Celebrities who joined the movement include Lady Gaga, Sam Smith, Pink, Anna Kendrick, and many more.

WATCH: Haim's 'Night So Long' Music Video Directed By Paul Thomas Anderson Goes Online

Ahead of their North American tour, Haim releases a video of a muted, soulful performance of 'Night So Long.' The video is directed by Oscar-winning director Paul Thomas Anderson.

WATCH: Shakira, Maluma Release New Hot And Steamy 'Trap' Music Video

Columbian duo Shakira and Maluma team up for an ultra-steamy music video of ‘Trap.’ This is the pair’s second collaboration after the equally hot ‘Chantaje.’

Eminem, Def Jam CEO Paul Rosenberg: 5 Takeaways From Their Billboard Interview

Eminem and new Def Jam CEO Paul Rosenberg speak up on their long history together, Donald Trump, and their recent accomplishments and controversies. The duo share the cover of Billboard and sit down for a candid interview.

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