Beyoncé offered fans a surprise Wednesday morning, releasing a live album companion to her previously announced “Homecoming” Netflix special, documenting her appearances at Coachella last year.
Broadway director and producer Harold Prince — who brought some of the most successful musicals ever to the stage including "The Phantom of the Opera," died Wednesday after a short illness.
Swift, hot off her 2018 "Reputation" tour and album, earned an estimated $185 million to take the No. 1 spot. The 29-year-old pop star also topped the list in 2016 after her best-selling "1989" tour and album.
Grammy-winning singer Taylor Swift announced the release of her new single "ME!" on ABC television's broadcast of the National Football League draft in Nashville on Thursday.
Parents at a Los Angeles elementary school have voted on whether to drop Michael Jackson's name from the auditorium after damaging pedophilia allegations made against the late pop singer in a documentary.
Thousands of Estonians sang together in a massive choir and marked 150 years since the creation of a song festival credited with protecting national identity even through decades of Soviet occupation.
Indian singer Guru Randhawa, who has marked his maiden international collaboration with American rapper Pitbull with "Slowly slowly", says that eventually both the artistes felt connected at a human level.
The Latin American hip-hop group Cypress Hill on Thursday unveiled a star on Hollywood's "Walk of Fame" in Los Angeles, the city where they formed more than three decades ago.
Singer Adele has parted ways with her husband, Simon Konecki, according to a statement from her representative Benny Tarantini.