Two new releases see high debuts on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, led by Big Sean who crowns the ranking with Dark Sky Paradise (139,000 copies sold in the week ending March 1, according to Nielsen Music). The rapper earns his second No. 1 with the entrance, following Hall of Fame, which debuted at the top in 2013.
A long line of girl groups have found success on the Billboard charts, with Motown's brightest stars generating hits as a collective a half-century ago, and artists like Spice Girls and Destiny's Child making their mark in the 1990's and 2000's, respectively. Check out Billboard's list of the Top 10 girl groups of all time, and see if your favorite female group made the cut.
Steve Angello's favorite Italian duo have found their way back to his fold. Promise Land -- comprised of Nazario Pelusi and Fabio Ranucci -- have turned heads with their immaculate production style and penchant for slotting creative elements into pragmatic arrangements that can fit the main stage format. The Rome outfit's strengths are audible on their latest single, "Why I Still Love You," which Billboard is exclusively premiering.
Earlier this week, six members of the Billboard staff joined together to draft their own personal girl groups over five thrilling rounds. We captured every second of the action -- which you can read in full below -- and want to hear from the girl group fans themselves to see whose draft was the strongest.
When does Empire hit its crescendo? Logic says it would have been weeks ago, but the Fox drama has grown yet again -- hitting a 5.7 rating among adults 18-49 during its ninth episode on Wednesday night. And that's just the preliminary score.
Los Angeles DJ/producer Borgeous has a brand new banger that’s primed to get hands in the air in festival fields and club rooms wherever he plays. It’s a new single called “They Don’t Know Us” that, for Borgeous, is all about the unity.