Tyler, The Creator takes the top album spot on Billboard's R&B/hip-hop albums chart, with Young Thug making his album chart debut and Percy Sledge making waves across our digital songs chart following his passing earlier this month.
On April 12, Tyler, The Creator, 24, air-dropped his surprise fourth album, Cherry Bomb, the result of a new strategy in his career. "I have the attention span of a f---ing rock," says the Odd Future leader. "This is the first time I focused." The new approach seems to be working: The album debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200. The rapper
Model Blac Chyna, the "Rack City" rapper's ex and mother of his two and a half year old son, decided to participate in the social media craze centered on his current girlfriend, Kylie Jenner -- that is, the #KylieJennerLipChallenge.
Rumors started swirling that Ciara had found a new beau this weekend, after the "Body Party" singer was spotted Sunday (April 19) with Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson at a Mariners game in Seattle.
"It's been really cool going from my first year being there to present, to the second year performing and now my third year hosting. I'm 100 percent down with it," says Zendaya, understating her ascending role at the Radio Disney Music Awards.
Toledo, Ohio MC tshawntrusst had never heard of Fool's Gold or A-Trak -- but the label that launched the careers of Kid Cudi and Danny Brown and the legendary hip-hop producer at its helm had heard of him. He was discovered by A-Trak, and is now premiering "I'm That N***a," his first video for the label, exclusively via Billboard.
The 90s' favorite harmony-laden R&B quartet Jodeci recently dropped The Past, The Present, The Future, their first album in 20 years. To commemorate the occasion, we're taking a look back at all the group's chart success.
Rapper Waka Flocka Flame is all about breaking new ground, from his own Love & Hip-Hop spinoff to premiering videos on PornHub -- so it makes sense that he would try to go where no rapper has gone before: the Oval Office.