Alicia Keys continues to cruise on the Billboard Hot 100 with "No One," which begins its second week atop the chart. The song is also No. 1 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs for a seventh straight frame.
A copyright infringement lawsuit brought against country star Toby Keith by singer/songwriter Michael McCloud has been dismissed.
Natasha Bedingfield's sophomore album has shifted on the Epic release schedule once again. First expected last summer and then due Dec. 18, "N.B." is now pegged to arrive Jan. 15.
Although he's been making solo recordings for well over a decade, Deerhunter vocalist Bradford Cox will make his first big splash early next year with Atlas Sound.
Queen + Paul Rodgers have recorded a new single, "Say It's Not True," to commemorate World AIDS Day on Saturday (Dec. 1).
With the first leg of its North American tour in support of new album "La Cucaracha" winding down, Ween has revealed its 2008 road itinerary.
Los Angeles' Walt Disney Concert Hall will host two concerts this January as part of the Los Angeles Philharmonic-presented Concrete Frequency, a series of events that explores the effects of urban environments on music and art.
Rapper Bryan "Birdman" Williams was among 16 people charged with possession of marijuana yesterday (Nov. 27) in Tennessee after the RV they were riding in was pulled over by police for making an improper lane change.
U.K. rock outfit Supergrass will release its new single, "Diamond Hoo Ha Man," Jan. 14 internationally on 7-inch vinyl. An as-yet-untitled new album will arrive in March via Parlophone.
After seven weeks on the chart, Josh Groban's holiday set "Noel" finally overtakes The Billboard 200 at No. 1. The 143/Reprise album ascends 2-1, selling 405,000 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan. The 81% increase was fuled in part by his surprise appearance on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" last week.