After CeeLo Green pleaded no contest Friday to one felony count of furnishing ecstasy to a woman during a 2012 dinner in Los Angeles, the singer voiced his opinion over the matter in a series of questionable Tweets.
Rita Ora, Classixx, Cypress Hill, Weezer, Juanes, R3hab, John Mayer, Steve Aoki and Kanye West all turned in notable performances on day two of Los Angeles' Made in America. Read on for Billboard’s minute-by-minute highlights.
The Atlanta-based emcee and producer caught a lot of attention with the release earlier this year of his self-titled EP, which featured the buzz tracks "I Don't Sell Molly No More" and "Club Goin Up On a Tuesday."
Now in its third year, Budweiser Made in America got off to an auspicious, business-as-usual start in Philadelphia on Aug. 30, featuring headliners the National, Steve Aoki and Kanye West. Here’s a minute-by-minute recap.
Rappers are making their voices heard in song and on the ground in Ferguson, Mo., in the wake of Michael Brown's shooting death, channeling hip-hop's earlier roots when the genre worked as a voice for the oppressed and spoke out against injustice.
The Made in America festival is coming to downtown Los Angeles, not as an inconvenience, but as a way to boost the local economy and create jobs for crew specializing in construction, lighting and sound, among dozens of additional professional tasks. So boasted L.A. mayor Eric Garcetti in a press conference held on Thursday, after which he participated in a tour of the Grant Park grounds and its two stages, which will welcome such acts as Imagine Dragons, John Mayer, Iggy Azalea, Kendrick Lamar, Weezer, Kanye West and curator Jay Z on Aug. 30 and 31.