While Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea's release of the full "Booty" remix video isn't here yet, stills have arrived offering a little more insight into the slippery, sweaty, all-oiled up slimy action that awaits us soon enough.
Following news Aretha Franklin is preparing a new album for release before the end of the month with Clive Davis overseeing production, there's great anticipation over what the legendary soul singer has put together with the help of Clive Davis' oversight.
With "Burnin' It Down" sitting pretty atop the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and his sixth album, 'Old Boots, New Dirt,' coming out Oct. 7, life is pretty good for Jason Aldean. But that doesn't mean the country star isn't as fired up as ever.
Jhene Aiko crowns Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums with her first full-length set Souled Out, selling 70,000 units in its opening week, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The R&B songstress emerged in 2013 on the chart with Sail Out, a seven-song EP that debuted at No. 2 (with 34,000 copies). On Hot R&B Songs, the new album's "The Pressure" climbs 25-23 in its second week. It rises to 528,000 U.S. streams (a 177 percent jump, according to Nielsen BDS), with Spotify logging 50 percent of overall clicks.
Singer/songwriter Lee Brice scores his first No. 1 in four tries on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart, as I Don't Dance, his third full-length album, arrives with 39,000 sold, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Back on Sept. 15, we learned the Phish’s four-year streak of New Year’s Eve concerts at New York’s Madison Square Garden was coming to an end, thanks to Diplo and Skrillex. But the jam rockers have found themselves a replacement arena for their New Year’s plans.
At 18 years old, Karlos Rosé becomes the youngest artist to log three No. 1s on the Tropical Songs chart as "Niña de Mi Corazon" soars 12-1. (He beats Leslie Grace, who snagged two leaders before she was 19.)
Josh Kaufman, the soul man who won the most recent season under Usher's wing, is set to front Pippin for a limited engagement, it was announced Thursday. The singer will make his Broadway debut in Roger O. Hirson and Stephen Schwartz’s Tony-winning musical revival for the theater season's lucrative holiday period, from Nov. 4 through Jan. 4.