Rumors claim Beyoncé's dad Mathew Knowles just outed her and revealed that she's been lying about her real age.
Selena Gomez Has Questioned Her Sexuality, Says She 'Loved' Getting Linked To Lesbian Cara Delevingne
Tabloids published pictures of the pop star having fun with Delevingne and there were rumors that Gomez was turning into a lesbian.
Is Aurous Legal? The Ad-Free Music Streaming Service Was Sued By The RIAA, And It Doesn’t Look Promising
Long-term prospects for Aurous, an ad-free music streaming service, appear dim, but its developer says he's not giving up.
Drake-Meek Mill Feud: ‘Back To Back’ Rapper Opens Up About Beef, Explains Why He Responded To Ghostwriting Accusations
Drake explains why he had to comment on Meek Mill's claims that he uses a ghostwriter, even though he would rather focus on the positivity.
Drake Close To Reaching Number 1 On Billboard Hot 100; 'Back-To-Back' Rapper Says It Would Be 'Biggest Moment' Of His Career
If Drake's single "Hotline Bling" reaches number one on the Billboard Hot 100 it will be the first time he's ever had a No.1 hit.
‘Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood’ Star Soulja Boy Apologizes For Snapchat Post About Dying, Says Fame Is ‘Overwhelming’
Rapper and reality star Soulja Boy says he's been stressed and overwhelmed, but apologized for a Snapchat post saying he was going to "die soon."
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Aurous Founder Andrew Sampson On Why Spotify And Pandora 'Cord-Cutting' May Be The Future Of Music Streaming
The founder of Aurous, a free streaming music service with no ads, explains what his company brings to the marketplace and how artists will get paid.
Condé Nast Buys Pitchfork: Acquisition Gives Publishing Giant A Fresh Audience, But What About Indie Cred?
The indie music hub, founded in 1996 in Chicago, attracts more than 6 million readers every month.
More than a third of artists' contracts with labels and publishers contain no mention at all of income from digital sources, a survey of artists' managers found.
Here are 16 of R.L. Stine's "Goosebumps"-created monsters we'd like to see in upcoming film "Goosebumps."
Taylor Swift has won seven Grammys so far and her album "1989" was the best-selling album of 2014.
'Flicka Da Wrist' Rapper Chedda Da Connect Weighs In On Drake, Meek Mill Feud; Doesn't 'Think Drake Did It On Purpose'
Chedda Da Connect reveals how he would have handled Meek Mill's beef with Drake had he been in his shoes.
Fetty Wap had to cancel an appearance at a Boston concert on Oct. 20 due to not being able to travel because of injuries he suffered from a motorcycle crash.
Blake Shelton 2016 Tour Announced; 'The Voice' Star To Release New Music Following Miranda Lambert Divorce
Blake Shelton will get back on the road in 2016 and start the first half of the year by touring and playing new music for fans.
Lennon died in 1980 at age 40.
Sony/ATV, Home To Songs By Michael Jackson, Taylor Swift, Rolling Stones And Calvin Harris, May Change Hands
A new report says that Sony/ATV Music Publishing, which is jointly owned by Sony and Michael Jackson's estate, could be sold.
Missy Elliott is reportedly making a return to music after a 10 year hiatus.
The feud between Minaj and Swift began over the nominations for MTV Video Music Awards, where the two later performed together.
Blake Shelton decided to take to Twitter Wednesday to comment on some of the rumors about his personal life.
Miranda Lambert Feels 'So Inspired' After Divorce From Blake Shelton; Reveals She Has Been Busy Writing New Music
Miranda Lambert is finally back to writing music after her divorce from fellow country music star Blake Shelton.
Nicki Minaj said Miley Cyrus had a lot of nerve to call her out prior to the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards.
Music industry stakeholders agree on the need for a global rights database, but building and maintaining one won't be cheap.
Pandora Buys Ticketfly: Acquisition Of Independent Ticket Retailer Marks Move Into Live Music And Events
The leading digital radio service paid $450 million for Ticketfly, which sold 16 million tickets last year.
"If you could put racism in the battery of your phone, it would never stop working," said the controversial rapper in an interview about his fashion line.
Zayn Malik had decided to leave the British boy-band One Direction in March to establish a solo career.