Lynn Anderson -- one of country's most dominant female vocalists of the 1970s -- died Friday morning (July 31) in Nashville at the age of 67. According to her publicist Pam Lewis, the singer had recently been suffering from pneumonia.
We're back! On episode 46 of The Juice Podcast, Billboard Senior Editor Erika Ramirez and co-host Nile "LowKey" Ivey are joined by ItsTheReal’s Jeff and Eric Rosenthal. We take on the most talked about topic in rap from the past two weeks: Meek Mill and Drake's beef.
One Direction’s surprise single "Drag Me Down" - the first without Zayn Malik - entered at No. 1 on the Billboard + Twitter Trending 140 chart earlier today (July 31), toppling 5 Seconds of Summer’s “She’s Kinda Hot” from the chart’s top position.
Lollapalooza 2015 is finally upon us! If you're not actually on the ground in Chicago for the annual festival, never fear – you can still catch plenty of the action from the comfort of your internet connection
Here’s the clear winner for heartwarming pop story of the day: a 13-year-old girl from Alabama has shared a touching story on Facebook about how Britney Spears’ 2003 hit single “Toxic” helped her recover from a brain aneurysm and stroke, and wants to thank the pop superstar for her role in her miraculous return to normal health.
If you keep complaining about how summer is almost over, shut up and pay attention because the Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival is exactly what you need. Here are all the steps you need to follow to have an amazing time at Jones Beach on August 22 and 23.
Speedy Ortiz is very good at social media. “I’ve been slaying Twitter for the past 48 hours,” singer-guitarist-Nicki Minaj scholar Sadie Dupuis announced, visiting the Billboard office last week after a series of fire tweets. “Just putting it out there.”
Singer-songwriter Ruby Amanfu already has an impressive roster of cosigns -- now with 'Standing Still,' her upcoming album of covers, she's seeking to make the music of artists including Bob Dylan and Kanye West her own.