On the latest Billboard 200 chart: Bon Jovi earns its 15th top 20-charting album, Adele's total U.S. album sales reach 14 million, Carly Rae Jepsen returns to the list, and Zac Brown Band's "Jekyll + Hyde" reaches a half-million in sales.
A pioneer in cross-genre collaborations, Wisin shows he’s got friends everywhere -- urban or not -- who are willing to immerse themselves in his street-savvy sound, without losing their individual essence.
At a hearing in a Denver federal courthouse, U.S. District Judge John Kane has gratned Aretha Franklin's emergency injunction motion to stop the film Amazing Grace from premiering tonight at the Telluride Film Festival.
Arcade Fire strutted out some frisky dance grooves on their 2013 album "Reflektor," and LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy was a big reason why. The forthcoming doc "The Reflektor Tapes" chronicles the making of the double-LP and we’ve got an early peek at the film.
Google Play Music All Access launched in Japan on Friday, giving the world's second-largest music market -- but a late adopter of music streaming -- subscription services from two huge technology companies.
The Weeknd's third album, Beauty Behind the Madness (XO/Republic/Universal Island), entered the U.K. chart at No. 1 on Friday (Sept. 4), as Justin Bieber's "What Do You Mean?" (Def Jam/Universal) became his first chart-topping single in the territory. Meanwhile, Sam Smith's In the Lonely Hour (Capitol/Universal) set a new album chart record.
Billboard's video show "Real-Time Rewind" recaps the week's hottest action on the Billboard Real-Time Twitter Charts and the news driving the action. Episode 65 covers the latest hits from Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Andy Grammer, Miley Cyrus & Justin Bieber!