Flo Rida has pulled out of his guest appearance at the “Miss USA” pageant later this month and Macy’s has dumped Donald Trump, part of the continued fallout over the GOP hopeful’s remarks about Mexican immigrants during his presidential campaign announcement.
Rio Caraeff, the founding CEO of music video service Vevo, has joined Magic Leap as chief content officer. Caraeff, who made the announcement Wednesday on his Twitter page, left Vevo at the end of 2014.
Hilary Duff's first album since 2007’s Dignity was preceded by a widely publicized foray into the dating world with the app Tinder — a move that Duff called a “social experiment” and defended as authentic in a recent sit-down with Billboard.
It’s hard to ignore the power of bachata, especially when it’s presented in sheer numbers. The latest YouTube music artist insights data shows the genre’s undisputed king, Romeo Santos, far outpaces mainstream artists in terms of total views.
In a New York City show this May, Santigold promised a new album out in 2015. Today, we’re one step closer as the genre-blending pop singer premiered a new song called “Radio,” her first new track in three years.
The legend has been relatively quiet this year -- which we've corrected. Here, he talks about working with Beck, seeking out Fiona Apple, recusing himself from Twitter and the painful situation that unfolded after a shooting at an historic church in Charleston, S.C.
Anyone disappointed by the first day of broadcasting from Beats 1, the radio station centerpiece of Apple's newly launched Music platform, should look forward to this Friday (July 3). That's when Q-Tip, hip-hop legend and accomplished DJ and producer, will debut his own radio show, "Abstract Radio," at 7pm ET.
Ronald Miscavige Sr., the father of Scientology leader David Miscavige, has signed to a deal for his memoir, 'If He Dies, He Dies,' with St. Martin’s Press, the publisher confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Rolling Stones still have two weeks left in their Zip Code Tour, but after their North American romp wraps, fans have another helping of Stones mania coming their way. This morning (July 1), the five-decade rock legends announced Exhibitionism, a career-spanning, museum-style display of Stones memorabilia.