The Wu-Tang Clan's getting a lot of attention for its announcement that the one-of-a-kind album 'Once Upon A Time In Shaolin' album won't be available for the public to purchase for 88 years. But member Method Man is of this opinion that idea is totally stupid.
Our cameras captured video and photos of Tori Kelly as she performed a Billboard Candid Covers concert that included Kelly covering "Glitter In The Air" by Billboard's Woman of The Year P!nk, as well as Paramore's "The Only Exception" and two of her own originals.
Mary Lambert, who rose into the spotlight in 2013 as the dulcet female voice on Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' hit same-sex relationship anthem "Same Love," recently visited Billboard's studio for a Candid Covers session to sing her tender take on Wheatus' 2000 single "Teenage Dirtbag."
Tegan & Sara are more known for indie rock than pop, yet they've been influenced over the years by Cyndi Lauper. Watch as they sing the Lauper's "Time After Time" and explain how the 1984 song changed the big picture in their musical careers.
Etta James was known for hits like "At Last," but ZZ Ward connected with one of the legend's lesser known hits, "Waiting For Charlie (To Come Home)." Watch her perform the song in this installment of our Women In Music-themed Candid Covers series.
Alanis Morisette's "Ironic" helped change the big picture in Melanie Fiona's musical journey when she was young -- "It really made me pay attention to the art of storytelling," she says. Watch her sing the 1996 song in her Billboard Candid Covers session.
"We didn't invent this -- this rock 'n' roll thing," Gaslight Anthem frontman Brian Fallon joked, explaining why the band chose to sing the Animals' "The House of the Rising Sun" for their Billboard Candid Covers Session.
When South African rock trio Civil Twilight moved to L.A., one of their first gigs sent them into the desert, where they fell in love with Beck's "The Golden Age" as they listend to his "Sea Change" album along the way.
Watch as country trio Edens Edge performs "Whiskey Lullaby" -- a cover of Brad Paisley's duet with Alison Krauss -- and the three members talk about how a small moment, performing the song onstage with Paisley, shaped the big picture in their musical career.
Watch Sheeran perform the early Dylan classic "Don't Think Twice, It's Alright" and discuss how the small moment when his astute father turned him onto Dylan changed the big picture of his own musical path.
When Scars on 45 started out, female vocalist Aimee Driver wasn't part of the band. That is, not until they heard her sing the Cure's "Friday I'm in Love" and decided her voice would be perfect for the group.
U.K. songstress Cher Lloyd got her start on the seventh series of "The X Factor," where vocal coach Savan Kotecha inspired her to cover Usher's "OMG." Watch the 18-year-old star perform the cover and talk about this small moment that changed the big picture in her career.
Singer-songwriter Jon McLaughlin has been playing piano since he was 4-years-old, ever since being inspired by Billy Joel. Watch the pop-rock pianist talk about the small moment that changed the big picture in his life, as he covers Joel's "Piano Man."