Although Justin Bieber has been making headlines for his new music as of late, a new report says that the singer was stopped by police while driving on a residential street in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Saturday, Aug. 29.
While Billy Ray Cyrus has been hyping his daughter’s MTV Video Music Awards hosting stint with some awesome throwback photos, Miley Cyrus has decided to mark her pre-show excitement with a naked selfie.
Big news came from Epic Records' first Epic Fest in Los Angeles, featuring Ozzy Osbourne and Future. Epic president Sylvia Rhone tells Billboard that Ozzy is readying a new album and Outkast's Big Boi announced he's collaborating with Phantogram on a new album.
One Direction and its fans took a break from mourning the group's forthcoming hiatus to celebrate Liam Payne's 22nd birthday on Saturday night (Aug. 29) at Detroit's Ford Field. Watch the fans sing him "Happy Birthday"!
Michael Jackson was born on Aug. 29, 1958, and family, friends and artists who have been inspired by the late King of Pop have been remembering him on the date that would have marked his 57th birthday.
It was party central last night (Aug. 28) in Beverly Hills when prolific music legend and Chic innovator Nile Rodgers was feted as BMI’s Icon Award honoree. The occasion was the organization’s 2015 R&B/Hip-Hop Awards.
Chatting with Billboard yesterday (Aug. 28) at around 11 a.m. Los Angeles time, vocalist-songwriter Tyler Joseph is cautiously optimistic. He’s more nervous for today (Aug. 29)’s first-time rehearsal with Rocky, because he knows it will make or break their performance, which MTV has left curiously open-ended.
“Who’s ready for the f---ing VMAs this weekend?” Demi Lovato shouted into the crowd last night at Hollywood’s Avalon, her voice met with a roar of cheers. The pop star’s set was heralded by a teaser performance from Nick Jonas.
The Weeknd held a jam-packed listening party at Los Angeles’ 1OAK on Friday night (Aug. 28) for his stunning new album, "Beauty Behind the Madness," befitting an R&B pop king in the making only possible during MTV VMA weekend.
If you needed a crash course in the history of New Orleans bounce music, Lil Wayne was your historian Friday night (Aug. 28) at the Bold Sphere Music at Champions Square, reliving old moments and creating new ones in front of a sold-out crowd.