Jazz artists Diana Krall and Bobby Caldwell plus 'N Sync's Joey Fatone are among the artists contributing to the lounge vibe of "The Cooler" soundtrack. Due Nov. 11 from Commotion Records/Koch Entertainment, the set will also feature selections by actor Paul Sorvino, Tierney Sutton and a score composed by Mark Isham.
Jennifer Lopez is getting back to the business of making music. On Nov. 18, Epic will release "The Reel Me," an EP featuring the new song "Baby I Love U" and an accompanying DVD with 17 of the artist's music videos. The package also sports a remix of "Baby I Love U," featuring R. Kelly.
The longest-running singles reign of the U.K. chart year continued yesterday (Oct. 12), as "Where Is the Love" by Black Eyed Peas (A&M/Polydor) started a sixth week at No. 1. It's now only a week away from equaling Cher's seven-week tenure at the top with "Believe" in 1998. Meanwhile, Dido's "Life for Rent" (Cheeky/Arista) began a second week atop the album chart.
Rapper 50 Cent took home all five trophies for which he was nominated at the World Music Awards, held last night (Oct. 12) in Monaco. Russian teen duo t.A.T.u. picked up three awards, while Norah Jones and Eminem won two.