To say the bar is set high for season two of Fox's runaway hit drama Empire might be an understatement. But Serayah, who plays the series' R&B songstress Tiana, has faith that it will live up to all the expectations.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Madonna’s “Vogue” reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, we reached out to the song’s co-producer and co-writer, dance legend Shep Pettibone for — amazingly — his first interview in “20 years.”
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson is claiming he was not responsible for leaking a sex tape in 2009 featuring the mother of Rick Ross' child. With a new lawsuit against Ross, he states, it was actually Ross who leaked it himself.
Ne-Yo, Erykah Badu, Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds, Jazmine Sullivan and Jodeci will be among the performers joining TV/radio personality Steve Harvey for the 2015 Neighborhood Awards Weekend. The four-day mix of concerts, comedy, seminars and other events is set for Aug. 6-9 in Atlanta.
A new production by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, “Falla & Flamenco With Dudamel,” celebrates Spanish composer Manuel de Falla’s love for flamenco with choreography from renowned Venezuelan dancer Siudy Garrido and members of her eponymous ballet company.
When Taylor Swift hit the Billboard Music Awards red carpet with her famous friends and "Bad Blood" co-stars on Sunday, Karlie Kloss was noticeably absent. That's because Swift's BFF was halfway across the world at the Cannes film festival in France, but just because she wasn't there for the big premiere doesn't mean it wasn't on her mind. The Hollywood Reporter caught up with Kloss at the fest and they asked about the star-packed video and what it was like to be part of it.
Welcome back to Billboard's weekly video show Real-Time Rewind, which recaps the past week's notable trends on the Billboard Real-Time Twitter Charts --Trending 140 and Emerging Artists -- and the news that's driving the action.
Prolific funk and R&B bassist Louis Johnson died at 60 yesterday (May 21). Johnson was a founding member of the Brothers Johnson, and a longtime collaborator of Quincy Jones'. He worked with the legendary producer on albums like Michael Jackson's Thriller and Off The Wall, as well as Jones' own Mellow Madness.
As a relatively new artist, Chris Weaver has spent a lot of time on the road in the United States getting acquainted with fans and radio programmers. However, this spring, the West Virginia native took his music on the road like never before -- all the way to Sao Paulo, Brazil.