The protests in Ferguson, Mo., over the shooting of Michael Brown on Aug. 9 have been an important topic of online conversation on Twitter, particularly among the hip-hop community. The Game's "Don't Shoot" is the latest Ferguson protest song to hit the Billboard Twitter charts.
Weezer already has a cruise to its name, so at this point, a TV show should be a no-brainer, right? With the band’s new studio album approaching ("Everything Will Be Alright in the End" is due Oct. 7) fans will also be treated to a Rivers Cuomo-inspired comedy series.
Following the release of Nicki Minaj's steamy music video for "Anaconda," along with an equally provocative performance at the MTV Video Music Awards on Aug. 24, the single leaps 10-1 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, notching the hip-hop star her third No. 1.
From hearing her debut single "Trippin' On Us" on the airwaves to sharing the stage with the Band Perry and Keith Urban, 2014 has been one incredible moment after another for Canada-born songstress Linsday Ell.
Since posting a thought-provoking Op-Ed in Billboard about Ferguson, Mo., Killer Mike has appeared on CNN and now, Fox News, to talk about the ongoing tensions in Ferguson and the death of Michael Brown.
When you're Steve Aoki -- one of the planet's highest paid, hardest-working DJs -- life is understandably quite busy. But unlike many other workaholic musicians, it's not because of a "life is too short to waste time" mentality. Actually, Aoki thinks it's possible he'll live forever.