Queen Latifah is the latest victim of the tough economics and harsh realities of making a show work in national television syndication. Her show had middling ratings but it needed to do a lot better to survive.
After telling Billboard this summer that "rock and roll is completely dead," it makes sense we're getting pretty solid hip-hop tracks from The Neighbourhood now, who have at least previously been easily categorized as "indie rock."
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of United Nations’ Convention on the Rights of the Child, UNICEF has teamed up with Yoko Ono and David Guetta to assemble a star cast to cover John Lennon's beloved "Imagine" for what they're calling the #IMAGINE Project.
This is the first year Playlist Live has come to New York, and Thursday night was the event's kickoff party at the Best Buy Theater in Times Square, which gave fans the opportunity to "see your favorites the day before the conference starts!" The lineup features all the heavy-hitters: Tyler Oakley, Trevor Moran, Troye Sivan, Ricky Dillon, Rebecca Black and about 20 more 20-something and younger stars took the stage over a three-hour period. A talent/variety show for teens, of sorts.
Rock band Nickelback is primed to collect is sixth top 10 album on the Billboard 200 chart next week. Industry forecasters suggest the group’s new release, 'No Fixed Address,' could sell around 65,000 copies in the week ending Nov. 23.