Canadian musician Drake. 27, has a new track that was leaked onto Soundcloud by a high school student from Georgia
Jessie J has released a new video for her track, "Burnin' Up," and the powerful singer is showing off a raunchier side of herself.
Jennifer Lopez bores viewers in her new "Booty" music video.
The Hollywood Reporter was able to obtain the depositions of Pharrell and Thicke from their upcoming copyright infringement suit.
Country-turned-pop singer Taylor Swift has revealed in a recent interview with Rolling Stone that she's got an enemy.
Argentine pop icon Gustavo Cerati, former leader of popular Latin american band Soda Stereo died Thursday in the ALCLA medical center in Buenos Aires. He was 55. His wake will be held at Buenos Aires Legislature.
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After six-years Carey and Cannon appear to be calling it quits.
New York City's Greenwich hotel is the latest victim of the wild and bizarre antics of Miley Cyrus.
Within two days that Beyonce dropped her "Flawless" remix track featuring Nicki Minaj, a celebrity feud has ensued. A pumped up Lil Kim has fired back at her rival with her own verse.
Three of music's biggest names have collaborated on a single that has leaked online a day prior to its release. Jessie J's new single. "Bang Bang," which features Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj, is the singer's first track off her new album.
New celebrity couple, Khloe Kardashian and French Montana, appeared for an interview together on Power 105.1, and for their audience's listening pleasure, they didn't hold any information back, and that includes facts about their sex life.
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