New Jem Album Heads To ‘Earth’ In September

Welsh rock artist Jem will follow-up her breakthrough 2004 debut with a new album, "Down to Earth," in September via ATO Records. First single "It's Amazing" can be found on New Line's "Sex and the City" movie soundtrack.

Julianne Hough: Dancing Up The Charts

Julianne Hough took the scenic route to Nashville.

Dareyes De La Sierra

Jose Darey Castro's debut on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart almost didn't happen after his career took a deadly turn in 2004.

Usher On Track To Score No. 1 Album Debut

Usher's "Here I Stand" (LaFace/Zomba) should stand tall at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 next week, as the set tops the Nielsen SoundScan Building chart, released today (May 28).

With Jail Looming, T.I. To Star In MTV Reality Show

Rapper T.I. is turning his legal woes into an eight-episode MTV documentary series.

R. Kelly Trial Adjourns Amid Surprise Witness

R. Kelly's child pornography trial was adjourned today (May 28) after a lawyer for the R&B singer said he received a call from a man who claims to have information relevant to the case.

David Cook Sizzles With Record Chart Debuts

Season seven "American Idol" champion David Cook will set a record for debut entries on the Billboard Hot 100 and Hot Digital Songs tomorrow as 11 titles enter the former, while 14 songs jump on the download tally.

3 Doors Down Cruises To No. 1 On Album Chart

A trio of new releases top The Billboard 200 this week, with 3 Doors Down's self-titled Universal Republic effort leading the charge at No. 1. The effort moved 154,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan, making it the band's second chart-topping album.

Original Simple Minds Lineup Hitting The Studio

The original lineup of Simple Minds will hit the studio next month for the first time in 27 years.

Jessica Simpson Country Song Hits The Net

The first fruit of Jessica Simpson's upcoming country album has hit the Internet. "Come on Over" went online yesterday (May 27) via Jacksonville, Fla., country radio station WQIK's Web site.

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