Juvenile's "Slow Motion" featuring Soulja Slim jumps into the No. 1 spot on Billboard's Hot 100 this week. In its 15th week on the chart, the rapper's single trades positions with last week's chart-topper, Usher's "Confessions Part II," which drops to No. 2.
Rapper Lil' Wayne shot a music video at the closed 108-year-old Ohio State Reformatory, which has become a popular backdrop for videos and movies. About 30 teens showed up Tuesday for a glimpse of the 21-year-old rapper during the shoot for the song "Go DJ" from his album "Tha Carter."
Queen is getting ready to rock Las Vegas. The legendary rock group's stage musical "We Will Rock You," which has been playing to sold-out crowds in London since 2002, will make its North American debut at the Paris Las Vegas hotel on the Strip.
A Beverly Hills, Calif., judge today (July 29) took control of two of three criminal cases pending against rocker Courtney Love, while her lawyer said the troubled star was trying to work out a plea deal to reduce drug possession charges.
Camper Van Beethoven has reunited to record its first studio album in 15 years. A rock opera of sorts, "New Roman Times" is due Oct. 12 via Pitch-A-Tent/Vanguard and features all five original members of the infamous quasi-folk rock band.
Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo has revealed details of the creative struggle to realize the band's fifth album, preparation for which has dragged on much longer than originally planned. In a nearly 2,000-word essay posted on his personal Web site, Cuomo chronicles the radical lifestyle changes he says led to a spiritual and musical "epiphany."