On the latest Billboard 200 albums chart: Jason Aldean lands his sixth million-selling album, Shawn Mendes' "Handwritten" motors up the tally, N.W.A. returns, and the "Finding Neverland" cast album debuts.
A panel of three judges for the U.S. District Court of Central California has decided to allow the Ray Charles Foundation -- the sole heir to Charles' estate following his death in 2004 -- to move forward with its appeal over a series of "terminations" served to Warner/Chappell Music.
The Chemical Brothers have landed their sixth U.K. chart-topping album. Born in the Echoes (Virgin EMI/Universal) went straight to No. 1 in Friday's new sales data from the Official Charts Company, while Little Mix started a third week atop the singles chart with "Black Magic" (Syco Music/Sony).
Lynn Anderson -- one of country's most dominant female vocalists of the 1970s -- died Friday morning (July 31) in Nashville at the age of 67. According to her publicist Pam Lewis, the singer had recently been suffering from pneumonia.
One Direction’s surprise single "Drag Me Down" - the first without Zayn Malik - entered at No. 1 on the Billboard + Twitter Trending 140 chart earlier today (July 31), toppling 5 Seconds of Summer’s “She’s Kinda Hot” from the chart’s top position.