Flo Rida Makes It Nine Straight Atop Hot 100

Flo Rida's "Low" begins a ninth week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, continuing to stave off challenges from Chris Brown's "With You" and Rihanna's "Don't Stop the Music," which hold at Nos. 2 and 3, respectively.

Coldplay Mixing Next Studio Album

Coldplay is putting the finishing touches on its fourth studio album, an as-yet-untitled project set for an early summer release via Capitol. A summer tour of North America and Europe will follow.

Linkin Park Rocks Apple Store At Secret Show

Linkin Park rocked a crowd of contest winners and industry personnel just after midnight Thursday (Feb. 21) at the Apple Store in New York's Soho neighborhood, in what served as an intimate warm-up for a show tonight at the city's Madison Square Garden.

Billboard Bits: Jakob Dylan, Love, DirecTV/SXSW

Columbia Records and Starbucks Entertainment will co-release the solo debut from Wallflowers frontman Jakob Dylan.

Monkeys, Foos, Take That Reign At Brit Awards

It was all set up as the night pop would rule again. But rockers the Arctic Monkeys and Foo Fighters tweaked the script for the Brit Awards 2008, grabbing two awards each tonight (Feb. 20) alongside Take That.

Black Keys Open To Working With Rod Stewart

Rod Stewart, take heed: when you told Rolling Stone during a recent Grammy party that you wanted to record a blues album backed by the Black Keys, the Black Keys were listening.

Sean Lennon Scoring Vampire Comedy

Sean Lennon will be scoring the indie vampire comedy "Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Undead" starring Jake Hoffman, Devon Aoki, Jeremy Sisto and Ralph Macchio.

Live Disc To Accompany Morrissey Hits Album

Morrissey's "Greatest Hits," which debuted this week at No. 5 on the U.K. album chart, will be released March 25 in the United States via Decca in three different editions.

Johnson Remains No. 1; Winehouse, Hancock Soar

In a slow week for new releases, Jack Johnson's "Sleep Through the Static" remains No. 1 on The Billboard 200 for a second week, despite a 52% sales slide. Bigger news comes from Amy Winehouse and Herbie Hancock, whose albums explode up the chart in the wake of their Grammy wins.

Smith Keeps Rocking During Chili Peppers Break

With his regular band and at least four side projects, Chad Smith is making his case as the hardest working man -- or at least drummer -- in show biz these days.

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