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On Tuesday, Chris Brown revealed on Instagram why he chose to cancel his upcoming boxing match with Soulja Boy.
In one of her first interviews since the now-infamous incident, the singer spoke with Rolling Stone inside her home about the performance and what went wrong.
Katy Perry lands her 14th top 10 hit as "Chained to the Rhythm" enters the Hot 100 at No. 4. It's Perry's first top 10 hit since "Dark Horse" topped the chart in early 2014. Perry is no doubt relieved that this single has gotten off to such a fast start. Her last three singles - "Birthday," "This Is
The announcement comes after Simon & Schuster canceled his book deal
Belly and 6LACK will join them.
When most of us think of the music of the Oscars, we think big, blowhard ballads by Celine Dion, Phil Collins, and Diane Warren, bombastic scores by John Williams, or Rob Lowe's duet fail with Snow White. Here are the best indie-rock hipster musical moments in Oscar history. 1988: Ryuichi Sakamoto,
Drake performed a special Medley at his recent show to celebrate Rihanna's birthday.
Chris Brown's ex-girlfriend Karrueche Tran has reportedly filed a restraining order against the singer after allegedly receiving death threats from him.
British shoegaze legends Ride unveiled a striking new song, "Charm Assault," their first in over 20 years.
Nowadays, indie bands think nothing of promoting their music via TV, commercial, and film placements. But when the Flaming Lips rocked the Peach Pit, it was a real eyebrow-raiser. "It occurred to us that [going on 90210] would be ridiculous and absurd and funny," the Lips' frontman, Wayne Coyne,
Veruca Salt, MUNA, and more will join them at the March concert
David Bowie fans are raising money to fund an 'Aladdin Sane' lightning bolt statue in honor of the late musician.
T Bone Burnett delivered a scathing video message to the U.S. Copyright Office today urging reform of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act's safe harbors provision.
In support of his latest album *4 Your Eyez Only*.
1970s heartthrob David Cassidy revealed that he was struggling with dementia and plans to stop touring.
Calvin Harris has been teasing his collaboration with Frank Ocean and on Monday (Jan. 20) he upped the ante, uploading a video that suggests the song also features Migos' Offset.
Tickets for the intimate shows will be distributed via a lottery system
The new clip for Katy Perry's "Chained to the Rhythm" finds the singer and Skip Marley in futuristic theme park called "Oblivia."
LP also features a foreword from Obama.
Like his bandmate Nick Valensi - who recently released an album by his side project CRX - the Strokes' bassist Nikolai Fraiture has done a lot of his own writing over the past couple years. And now he, too, has a band and a record to show for it.
Legendary guitarist Larry Coryell died Sunday (Feb. 19) at the age of 73 in his New York City hotel room, according to a statement sent to Billboard.
There have been years when the Oscars appeared to struggle to keep the Best Song category alive. Five years ago, there were just two nominees in the category. For Oscar fans (and music-lovers), it was sad to see. Two songs are nominated from La La Land.
Two days after releasing her new single "Love," Lana Del Rey has shared the dreamlike music video for the song. In the first part of the Rich Lee-directed video, Del Rey is featured in black and white, wearing a white dress with flowers in her hair, singing dreamily to a captivated audience
In honor of President's Day, Billboard presents the top five Hot 100 hits of each presidency since 1960. In many cases, the list of hits produced under each presidential era echo the ongoing national spirit.
Frances Bean Cobain has led tributes to her late father Kurt Cobain on what would have been the singer's 50th birthday (20 February 2017). Fans around the world are celebrating the life and career of the Nirvana icon, who tragically died in 1994. In a touching Instagram post, Frances, 21, shared
Read 12 revealing quotes from Kurt Cobain on what would have been the late Nirvana frontman's 50th birthday.
The surviving members of the Beatles came together in the studio on Sunday.
Concert footage of the former hearthrob has alarmed his fans.
Bono and Mike Pence met briefly in Munich on Saturday, with the U2 singer thanking the vice president for his past support of AIDS relief in Africa.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Clyde Stubblefield, a drummer for James Brown who created one of the most widely sampled drum breaks ever, died Saturday. He was 73.
Lana Del Rey has unveiled her surprise new single "Love," the singer's first song in nearly 16 months.
Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, who defined grunge and the rise of alternative rock, would have turned 50 on Monday. Rock has kept evolving since his suicide yet "Nevermind," Nirvana's brutal 1991 masterpiece, is still widely considered one of the most influential albums in history. To
Searching for something to listen to this weekend? Yahoo Music has you covered with a rundown of some of this week's biggest/buzzing releases, including Ryan Adams, Fat Joe & Remy Ma, Alison Krauss, and more. Adams takes yet another trip to the '80s with his latest release, pairing up with producer
HBO has acquired the rights to the documentary "David Bowie: The Last Five Years." The film covers the recording of Bowie's final two albums, "The Next Day" and "Blackstar."
John Mellencamp announced his 23rd studio album, 'Sad Clowns & Hillbillies,' and a summer tour featuring Emmylou Harris.
Solange Knowles penned a heartfelt tribute to Junie Morrison following the death of the Ohio Players and Funkadelic legend Thursday.
London publisher John Blake claims to own the sole copy of Mick Jagger's lost, early 1980s autobiography, but he's not allowed to publish it.
A mother stares down a panda in Annie Clark's scene from the horror anthology *XX*
He's the American Idol finalist who jammed onstage with Judas Priest and begged the nation to "give metal a chance." And now James Durbin is putting his metal where his mouth is, teaming up with veteran Quiet Riot guitarist Alex Grossi for a new collaboration called Maps to the Hollywood Scars. Their
From his triple-album ofnew takes on American standards
Lance Bass has revealed that *NSYNC plan to reunite this year for the reveal of their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. They're also releasing a vinyl version of their 1998 "Home for Christmas" album.
The Grateful Dead's 1977 version of "Morning Dew" from Cornell University their previews new live box set 'Get Shown the Light.'
While new acts such as Maren Morris have joined the roster of ACM nominees, several long-standing favorites such as Keith Urban -- who leads the pack with seven nominations -- continue to make music that is finding favor with fans and radio.
Joan Baez, Mary Chapin Carpenter and the Indigo Girls will embark on a 10-date tour as Four Voices this June.
Roger Waters has posted a video teasing his new album, 'Is This the Life We Really Want?'
Abel Tesfaye celebrates his 27th birthday with another Starboy visual.
Just in time to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Roy Orbison's classic release Black and White Night, Yahoo Music is excited to debut a completely recut, new edit of the legendary performance of "Oh, Pretty Woman" - his biggest hit from his most iconic concert. Says Orbison's son Alex of the video:
Stevie Nicks shines on Fleetwood Mac's previously unreleased version of "Seven Wonders," off their upcoming 'Tango In the Night' reissue.
Television, Kurt Vile, Kevin Morby, Tweedy, Big Thief, more performing at the band's June fest.
Swedish clothing giant H&M has teamed up with the famous Coachella music festival on a new "H&M Loves Coachella" collection. The retailer has called on rock band The Atomics, featuring model Lucky Blue Smith, to front the campaign for this exclusive new collection. The "H&M Loves Coachella" collection has a bohemian-chic, folk vibe that's evidently influenced by festival style.