Billboard.com Hot 100 March Madness is back! The annual twist on the college basketball tournament bracket is now in its third year, and once again, we're asking pop fans to vote for their favorite recent hits on Billboard's Hot 100 chart.
The former "American Idol" champ has been feverishly working on the follow-up to 2012's "The World from the Side of the Moon" at Montana Studios in Manhattan, and on Monday (Mar. 3), the first single, "Raging Fire," was officially released online.
Rising pop singer-songwriter Eric Hutchinson has been previewing new single "A Little More" on the road over the past year, and on Monday (Mar. 3), the studio version of the song finally makes its way online.
Pink had a memorable Oscar debut, paying tribute to the 75th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz. The singer took the Academy Awards stage Sunday following an introduction from Whoopi Goldberg to perform one of Judy Garland's most memorable songs, "Somewhere Over the Rainbow," from the 1939 Oscar-winning film.
Oh Pharrell, how we heart thee. The music talent is known for turning heads with his wacky yet always cool style, as evident in the now infamous Vivienne Westwood mountie hat he wore to the GRAMMYs and, uh, beyond.
Demi Lovato does not yet possess the catalogue of her obvious female pop-rock forebearers, Kelly Clarkson and P!nk, but now has enough rock-solid singles and crowd-pleasing album tracks to compose a lean, covers-free set list.
Imagine being a 17-year-old singer-songwriter and having Bruce Springsteen cover your song when he plays a show in your hometown. That's the kind of buzz that is for Lorde, whose No. 1 single "Royals" was given the Boss treatment.