The R&B star shared the 34-track mixtape, titled Before the Party, through social media on Black Friday (Nov. 27). The project features guest appearances by Rihanna, Fetty Wap, Wale and French Montana.
We've barely been able to contain our excitement since it was announced earlier this month that Mariah Carey would not only be starring in but also directing the Hallmark Channel's A Christmas Melody in December. (That's right - it's like Glitter, her only other starring vehicle, but with double the diva, as she'll be calling shots on both sides of the camera.) To help tide us all over until then, let's take a moment to honor these already classic musical moments from holiday films.
T-Hanks? MC Tom Tom? Forest Bump? 2 Hanx? The terrible puns are endless but that's all anyone can think about after the reminder that Tom Hanks once rapped -- yes, that Tom Hanks. Turns out the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Although, some think Papa Hanks could school Chet Haze.
A bounty of American and international DJs far and wide are wishing their fans a happy and healthy Thanksgiving. As millions of people gear up for a hearty feast with friends and family, Billboard Dance has compiled a list of sweet and playful tweets by DJs spreading the holiday cheer.
Even bigger than the balloons floating high above New York City during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade are the music superstars the 89th annual event lined up this year. There was a long list of performers -- Mariah Carey, Shawn Mendes, almost every cast of a current Broadway show -- but below were the music moments you needed to see from the three-hour telecast:
Happy Thanksgiving! To mark the holiday, Billboard Dance has compiled 10 autumn releases that we're thankful for this holiday season. Kick back and relax, grab a heaping helping of turkey and stuffing and hit play.
*NSYNC isn't the only act Adele's third studio effort 25 is leaving in the dust. The singer's latest release has officially broken Oasis' first-week record to become the fastest-selling album in the U.K., Official Charts reports.