The Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers will be taking the field for Super Bowl 50 this Sunday, Feb. 7, as millions of people (and not a small number of musicians) tune in to watch the NFL's biggest game of the year. Spectators will be taking in performances by Coldplay and Lady Gaga, but what music will the players themselves be listening to?
Ja Rule is one of music's biggest football fans, and even though his beloved Giants didn't make it to the big game this year, he still agreed to share his own Super Bowl 50 picks and predictions with Billboard readers.
Børns described how a move to L.A. kick-started his music career, how musicians and preserve their vocals on tour, how drugs influenced his druggily-titled album, and much more. Now when you ask him for a selfie, you’ll have plenty to talk about.
Lee Brice, the country star behind radio hits like “Love Like Crazy” and “I Don’t Dance,” is coming into the Super Bowl with his rooting interests all figured out -- the 36-year-old South Carolina native has been a Panther fan since their very first season back in 1995.
Khalifa is finally here! Amid collaborating with Colorado-based company RiverRock Cannabis, receiving three Grammy nominations, hashing out Twitter beef with Kanye West (which has since been resolved), and hanging out with Billboard this week, Wiz Khalifa’s sixth LP has arrived.
Since being discovered by Skrillex at Bonnaroo 2014, OWLSA’s Mija has built up a considerable following in the dance music scene. Playboy recently took notice and featured the rising LA artist in their Social Media Star series.
It was too little, too late after pop star JoJo dropped by the Billboard offices and challenged senior editor Alex Gale to an epic game of musical word association, in which the contestants had to sing song lyrics that contained the names of NFL teams.