Lil Wayne is undoubtedly one of your favorite artist’s favorite artist, from whom they seek bars from. It’s not surprising seeing that on top of the hits of his own, Lil Wayne has also delivered memorable featured verses through out his career. From DJ Khaled to M.I.A., the rapper has helped garner hits for a range of artists.
Following a string of hit singles on Billboard’s airplay charts, salsa star Victor Manuelle is readying for what may be his most extensive U.S. tour in recent memory.
Manuelle’s “Que suenen los tambores” tour, named after his most recent album and single (which hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Tropical Airplay chart), kicks off Aug. 25 at Chicago’s Auditorium Theater.
From there, Manuelle will play a total of 20 dates, ending in Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater Nov. 28. Tickets go on sale Friday, August 7 at 10 am.
Justin Bieber is apologizing to fans following his cancelation of his Fusion Festival performance benefiting the Prince's Trust later this month, writing on Twitter, "UK beliebers I'm going to make this up to you soon."
You’ve seen Abbi Jacobson conquer Jennifer Hudson's rendition of Dreamgirls’ classic "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going.” You’ve seen Abbi do Lady Gaga’s “The Edge of Glory,” sans clothes, on Broad City. Now it’s Ilana’s turn.
The tracks released by Drake and Meek Mill on the heels of their recent public friction continue to reflect on the Billboard charts. The tweet-spawned beef (which launched July 21) kicked off an online back-and-forth between the rappers, and led to Drake dropping “Charged Up” (July 25), propelling it onto the Billboard + Twitter Top Tracks chart (No. 3 debut, chart dated Aug. 8). It falls to No. 5 this week (chart dated Aug. 15).
U2 wrapped the North American leg of the Innocence + Experience tour in stunning fashion with an eight-night, sold-out stand at Madison Square Garden in New York City that grossed nearly $20 million from the attendance of almost 150,000 fans.
Billy Sherrill -- the iconic Nashville record producer and executive whose style of production ushered in a sound described as "Countrypolitan" -- has died following a short illness. He was 78 years old.
King Diamond announced Aug. 3 that he will perform his 1987 landmark album 'Abigail' in its entirely when he returns to the road on Oct. 29. Bay Area thrash legends Exodus will support King Diamond on all dates, which run until Dec. 5.
It’s the stage where the scores for The King and I, Hello Dolly, The Sound of Music and The Day the Earth Stood Still were recorded, but on Monday (Aug. 3) night, the Newman Scoring Stage on the Fox Studio lot in Los Angeles turned into a field of dreams.
From July 31 to Aug. 2 Lollapalooza's 2015 edition brought a varied bill of rock, dance, hip-hop, pop, and more to Chicago's Grant Park. After a weekend on the scene, Billboard's writers pick the 10 best sets.