On Tuesday, Sony Music filed a breach-of-contract counterclaim against 19 Recordings, the American Idol label controlled by Core Media Group which houses such stars as Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood and Clay Aiken.
DMV rapper GoldLink is back with visuals for "Sober Thoughts," his single with star producer Kaytranada. Shomi Patwary (Beyonce, A$AP Rocky, Diplo, Pusha T) is behind the camera for this rose-colored take on your standard house party.
Derek Trucks says there's a palpably different spirit in the Tedeschi Trucks Band he leads with is wife, Susan Tedeschi, now that he's free and clear of any other obligations -- particularly the Allman Brothers Band, which he left after last October's final concerts at the Beacon Theatre in New York.
This morning (April 1), Grimes announced via Instagram that she will be opening for Lana Del Rey on the second leg of her 2015 North American tour. It’s totally not an April Fools’ joke, Claire Boucher assured, sharing an awesome concert poster.
BMI honored its most-performed Latin songwriters and publishers of the year at its 22nd annual Latin Music Awards on March 31 at the Fontainebleau in Miami Beach, with Horacio Palencia taking home songwriter of the year for a stunning fourth time and Universal Music Publishing Group winning publisher of the year.
Sad news: Cynthia Lennon, the late John Lennon's wife from 1962-1968, has died at age 75 from cancer. According to a rep, her sole child with the former Beatle -- Julian Lennon -- was with her at the time of her death.
Kendrick Lamar scores a second week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart with 'To Pimp a Butterfly.' It’s the first album to spend its first two weeks atop the list since Taylor Swift’s '1989' last November.
Drake is getting the 2015 festival season started right. In L.A., the rapper is expanding beyond the Coachella merch table ahead of his headlining slot at the festival with a month-long L.A. pop-up shop.
Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Eric Church, Alan Jackson and Brooks & Dunn are some of the big names who will be playing this year's ACM Party for a Cause Festival. The event will be taped for a two-hour television special, 'ACM Presents: Superstar Duets,' on CBS.