At the mid-way point of 2013, Daft Punk's recently released album "Random Access Memories" is by far the year's top selling dance/electronic album with 614,000 copies sold in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Giorgio Moroder, the disco godfather who's in the midst of a return to prominence after a sweeping collaboration on Daft Punk's top-selling "Random Access Memories," partied with the children of EDM during Electric Daisy Carnival Week in Vegas on Friday night -- and he had some equally legendary, and unexpected, company.
Ne-Yo updates Billboard on the progress of Beyonce's forthcoming album. "They're still trying to figure out what they want that to be, which I'm not mad at. Beyonce's the kind of artist where you're not gonna see it till it's right. And her fans -- they love her so they'll be patient."