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Ex-Swedish House Mafia member Steve Angello's Stockholm-based Size label was established in 2003, representing such artists as Tiesto, Deadmau5,......

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Chart Highlights offers a sneak peek at a select group of Billboard charts every Monday. Find out the top songs, Greatest Gainers and debuts on the......

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Justin Bieber's lawyers and Florida prosecutors said Wednesday they need more time to work out a possible plea deal on charges that the pop star......

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Avril Lavigne is reportedly suing the live concert streaming company 2VLive for $375,000. The "Complicated" singer is suing the company for......

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Florida Georgia Line cleans up with its highly-anticipated new single, "Dirt," the new No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart. The song rockets......

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Though you might be familiar with the major players in Latin music, there is a world of alternative artists who operate beyond traditional media to......

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As the Israel-Palestine conflict intensifies, people are turning to Twitter—where else?—to vent frustrations, offer prayers and debate opinions. The......

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As the Israel-Palestine conflict intensifies, people are turning to Twitter—where else?—to vent frustrations, offer prayers and debate opinions. The......

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Chris Brown and Drake don't have the smoothest history. Between their on-and-off relationships with Rihanna, mutual dis tracks, and that bottle-......

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Jason Mraz is in a New York state of mind. The Grammy-winning pop singer announced Wednesday that he will tour the five boroughs of New York in......

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Beyoncé has received eight nominations for the 2014 MTV VMAs, including a nod for Video of the Year for "Drunk In Love" with her husband Jay Z, as......

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The news became official yesterday, but MAGIC! had a good feeling that its smash "Rude" would dethrone Iggy Azalea's "Fancy" atop the Billboard Hot......

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Aside from a Miley Cyrus-starring music video and being the theme song to VH1's "Mob Wives," Rock Mafia's uber-catchy "The Big Bang" got a second......

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First Lady Michelle Obama spoke about the importance of arts education Wednesday at the Grammy Museum's Jane Ortner Education Award Luncheon,......

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First Lady Michelle Obama spoke about the importance of arts education Wednesday at the Grammy Museum's Jane Ortner Education Award Luncheon,......

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Lady Gaga's been #artRAVE-ing her heart out lately, most recently in Dallas, but that hasn't stopped the pop star from traveling to visit her pal......

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Perfume Genius, the work of Mike Hadreas, is trending on the Billboard Twitter Realtime Charts. The lead single off of Hadreas' third album “Too......

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Welcome to the latest episode of the Billboard.com Pop Shop Podcast, Billboard's weekly half-hour audio breakdown of the Billboard charts, hottest......

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UPDATE: The Roots have issued the following statement on Nichols' death: The Roots Family are devastated to announce the passing of Richard Nichols,......

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James Blake has a lot of new music on the way. His third studio album is nearing completion and at Bonnaroo last month, he told Billboard he's been......

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Elaine Stritch, the tough and salty broad whose throaty singing voice and torrid Broadway performances made a New York legend, died on Thursday at......

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Elaine Stritch, the tough and salty broad whose throaty singing voice and torrid Broadway performances made a New York legend, died on Thursday at......

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