Fans have always hedged their expectations when it comes to the Knife, the reclusive Swedish duo who have jumped in and out of the music world since 1999. But it sounds like the party is really over this time.
If you follow Ariana Grande on Twitter, you know she is fully immersed in the game of "Big Brother" and fiercely backing up big bro Frankie to win it all. When Billboard sat down with Ariana Grande on Tuesday -- as she promoted the Aug. 25 release of her sophomore album, My Everything -- she was more than ready to talk about "BB," even offering up advice for how her brother can take home the half-million.
Henry Rollins's newest article for LA Weekly is sure to raise some eyebrows. In his weekly column posted Thursday, titled "Fuck Suicide," Rollins lambasts the suicidal, including the deceased Robin Williams.
Long before Nashville became established as a recording center for country music, there were a few historic sessions that took place outside of Music City. Perhaps the most important took place about 300 miles to the east in Bristol, TN. Bristol is celebrating its role in the history of country music with the opening of the new Birthplace of Country Music Museum.
There's typically not as much buzz about the fifth single from an album. That being said, "Make Me Wanna," the latest release from 'It Goes Like This,' the debut album from Thomas Rhett, is a little bit different.
The NFL is making headlines this week for supposed pay-to-play negotiations with finalists for the 2015 Super Bowl halftime show, reported to involve Katy Perry, Coldplay and Rihanna. Ongoing negotiations notwithstanding, at least one veteran TV producer is questioning the halftime show's overall value to artists.
The new Billboard cover story uncovers several details about Diplo's part in new Madonna music on her anxiously awaited follow-up to 2012's 'MDNA.' Here are five details we learned about the high-power collaboration.