Kanye West's Yeezy Season 3 Event: A Fashion Show All Its Own

It looked like the top of a chocolate soufflé at first, the parachute fabric that puffed into the shape of a dome and spread across the floor of Madison Square Garden as the nearly 20,000 guests trickled in for Yeezy Season 3 -- arguably this season’s most anticipated New York Fashion Week show. It was evident from the moment it began that the show would channel the sort of scale that Parisian fashion houses like Dior, Louis Vuitton and Chanel are known for (Karl Lagerfeld, for example, transformed the Grand Palais into a flight terminal for his spring collection in September). But ultimately, it was hard to compare the event to any other fashion show that has come before it.
Alejandro Sanz

Alejandro Sanz Rules Latest Hot Tours Roundup

Alejandro Sanz heads up the latest compilation of top-grossing Hot Tours with ticket sales totaling $1.1 million from a two-night stand at Mexico City’s Auditorio Nacional on Jan. 29 and 30. Touring in support of his latest album Sirope released last May, the Spanish singer-songwriter kicked off a seven-city swing through Mexico with the engagement.
American Idol Judges

'American Idol' Top 24: Meet the First 12 Finalists

After performing solo Wednesday night, the first 12 of season 15's American Idol top 24 contestants will sing duets tonight, paired with some Idol favorites from the past: Ruben Studdard, Fantasia, Scotty McCreery, Lauren Alaina, Caleb Johnson and Nick Fradiani.
Robin Thicke

Robin Thicke & Pharrell's Attorney Says They Shouldn't Pay Marvin Gaye Heirs' 'Blurred Lines' Legal Fees

The “British Rule” of loser pays shouldn’t apply in the copyright fight between Pharrell Williams, Robin Thicke and Marvin Gaye’s heirs, according to the musicians’ attorney. In a verdict that sent shockwaves throughout the music industry, a jury last March ruled against the superstar duo behind “Blurred Lines,” finding the track infringed on Gaye’s 1977 hit “Got to Give It Up.” A judge later awarded $5.3 million in damages plus 50 percent of the song’s future royalties to Gaye’s heirs.
Earth, Wind & Fire

Earth, Wind & Fire to Present Record of the Year at the Grammys

Late Earth, Wind & Fire co-founder Maurice White and surviving members will be recognized for their Lifetime Achievement award when the group presents Record of the Year at the 58th Grammys. Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran, James Corden and Common help round out final roster of presenters
Kanye west Tidal

Kanye West Tidal Live Stream Hits Server Snag

The much-hyped live stream of Kanye West's new album The Life of Pablo and Yeezy Season 3 fashion show didn't go as planned for Tidal, even if the company won't accept the blame.
David Guetta

iHeartRadio Music Awards Adds Dance Artist of the Year Category

With its sonic inclusion across different music genres and hit-making pioneers coming into the pop culture forefront, dance music is finally earning its well-deserved stripes. So much so that the iHeart Radio Music Awards has added a category for Dance Artist of the Year.
Clive Davis

Go Inside Music Exec Clive Davis' Luxurious Weekend Home -- Modern-Art Masterpieces and All

By the end of what is often a 50-hour ­workweek at Sony Music Entertainment, Clive Davis is just ­getting started. At 4 p.m. on any given Friday, the 83-year-old chief ­creative officer is making sure ­everything is arranged for the guests -- there are always guests -- headed to meet him at his 17-acre weekend compound in New York's northern Westchester County.
Grammys 2016 Predictions: Who Will Win Latin Awards?

Grammys 2016 Predictions: Who Will Win Latin Awards?

In a year where Latin has intermingled more than ever with mainstream, predicting who will win the Grammys in the Latin field has become a challenging exercise. This is where we're placing our bets.
Tim McGraw

Tim McGraw Talks Fitness, Faith Hill & His Decades-Long Career in Country Radio Seminar Q&A

Tim McGraw, the biggest name at this year's Country Radio Seminar, wasn't putting on a show, but rather sitting for a career-spanning interview, at a conference wrap-up panel titled "Transcending and Evolving." While there was plenty of attention given in the Q&A to McGraw's transcendence as a country hitmaker and actor, questions also inevitably arose about how he evolved into -- as moderator RJ Curtis put it -- "a beast."