Blink 182’s Mark Hoppus will host Alternative Press' inaugural AP Music Awards on July 21 at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame And Museum in Cleveland. Performers include Fall Out Boy, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts and The Misfits.
Breathe Carolina scores its first No. 1 on Dance/Electronic Albums, as five sets start in the top 10. Plus, chart action for DJ Snake, Lil Jon, David Guetta, Showtek, A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera.
The passing of country musician Kevin Sharp has not only impacted his devoted fanbase, but also his fellow artists. Here, country acts Wayne Warner and Jimmy Fortune share memories on working with the late Sharp.
The Christian rock band lands its first Top Rock Albums leader, while Fitz and the Tantrums achieve a feat that only three other acts have in the past 25 years. Plus, chart action for Sevendust and Aimee Mann & Ted Leo, aka The Both.
The pop star's visit to the controversial site in Tokyo, which honors some of Japan's WWII war criminals, prompted outrage among Korean fans, which was only compounded when he later apologized to China, but not Korea.
Some admitted "freaking out" over fatherhood inspired Max Bemis to make Say Anything's most ambitious album yet -- and a project unlike any other he's recorded during the past 13 years. Listen to the new song "Six Six Six," featuring Andy Hull of Manchester Orchestra, exclusively on Billboard.com.