When Nas' new album hits July 15, it will carry the moniker of 'Untitled.' But ask him the name of the record and he says, 'The ' album. Whatever title it now goes by, the message is loud and clear he feels. "It was either gonna have the title or it d
John Legend may have just released his 'Live From Philadelphia' collection, but the soul singer is already looking ahead. "I'm working on a new studio album, and it'll be out in September. I'm very excited about it," Legend tells the BoomBox
One of the hottest viral videos on the web this week has nothing to do with Britney Spears, Amy Winehouse, stupid pet tricks or naked starlets. It's Will.I.Am's 'Yes We Can' video, a clip built around a speech by Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama. The vide
Jermaine Dupri calls his new autobiography, 'Young, Rich, and Dangerous: The Making of a Music Mogul.' It may be an apt title, at least for today's very tame and media-controlled music industry, because one thing that's clear when talking with Dupri is he doesn't hold back his opinion. From his long history of collaborations with the likes of Jay-Z, Us
Thursday's Grammy nominations were good to Akon, who, in addition to announcing nominees racked up four nods for himself. "I wasn't surprised by the nomination," he told PopEater. "I was surprised by four nominations. I was like, 'Yo, if I get one
A little into their set at the intimate Key Club, Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda gave the understatement of the night when he said, "I guess we should thank the folks at SanDisk for putting this on." The data storage company celebrated their newest for
R&B sensation Chris Brown dazzled the crowd with his table-hopping VMA performance earlier this month, and while Brown will be taking his moves on the road, first fans will hear new music when his latest album, 'Exclusive,' drops on November 6.
"The new album is crazy," Brown tells PopEater. "I think definitely with the choice
This is a crazy time for Soulja Boy, whose debut album 'Tell 'Em,' hits shelves on October 2. Soulja (real name DeAnda Cortez Way) performed at the VMAs for the first time this year -- although he did have some trouble partying it up right due to his age -- and scored a No. 1 song with 'Crank That.' Not bad for being only
The 'TV Guide' Emmy afterparty scored quite the coup when, following John Legend's nearly hour-long performance -- which included covers of the Beatles and Sly Stone -- Kanye West came out and set Hollywood off with his own four-song set.
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