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"Let’s #ThrowItBack to a time when music just felt good and made us want to dance!" the artist said about her new project, "Iconology."
Pablo is on a mission to ensure that the big C is a subject the Latinx community isn’t afraid to talk about.
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At the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards, the rapper will finally be honored for her must-see music videos, years after fans started lobbying for the recognition.
The singer has a plan to gain control of her masters in the wake of a $300 million deal with her former record label.
After 19 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, Lil Nas X’s streak has ended thanks to Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy.”
The reality TV star would "do anything" for the hotel heiress ― even appear in her music video.
The "Havana" singer wished the 21-year-old a happy birthday on Instagram after the two were seen making out at a party the night before.
On his new solo album, "Chip Tooth Smile," the Matchbox Twenty frontman celebrates the privilege of getting older.
The amount fell well short of the nearly $20 million sought by attorneys for Marcus Gray and the two co-writers of "Joyful Noise."
The band's new single, "Love Is Everywhere (Beware)," was written shortly after the Women's March.
The Atlanta native's song surpassed 1995 hit "One Sweet Day" and 2017's "Despacito" by spending 17 weeks at the top Billboard Hot 100 spot.
Perry's attorney argued that similarities were "basic building blocks of music" that "should be available to everyone."
Blair Garner interviewed the Democratic presidential candidate on “Nash FM,” but the broadcasting company Cumulus Media blocked it from airing.
The 20-year-old rapper has made music history with his country-trap smash single.
The "Juice" singer rocked her NPR Tiny Desk concert and we're probably going to rewatch it every single day for the rest of the summer.
"I'm just this random English girl that has that voice," said the "Close to Me" singer.
A shooting at the Gilroy Garlic Festival has left at least three people dead and 15 injured.
RM added his own flair to the lyrics, making references to a Korean farming tool in his verses.
Many accused the awards show of segregating K-pop acts to prevent them from competing with Western talent.
The mid-aughts anthem returns in "The Hills: New Beginnings," while Bedingfield readies her first new album in nine years.