OneRepublic Writing For New Album

To celebrate the platinum success of its 2007 debut "Dreaming Out Loud," OneRepublic was originally planning to reissue the album with bonus content in time for the holidays.

Taylor Swift Soars To No. 1 Debut

With the best sales week for a country album in a year, 18-year-old Taylor Swift debuts at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 and Top Country Albums with her sophomore set, "Fearless." The Big Machine release sold 592,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Billboard Underground: Mickey Factz

Rapper Mickey Factz started his music career just two years ago, but he's accomplished plenty in that short amount of time.

Beyonce: Worker B

With A Double-Album, A World Tour, Starring Roles In Two Movies And Several Ad Campaigns In the Works, The Heat Is On For Beyonce.

Beyoncé: Worker B

On a brisk March day in Rahway, N.J., Beyoncé and Adrien Brody are filming a crucial scene for their upcoming movie "Cadillac Records." The set is an old Ukranian social club that has been converted into a 1950s production studio, complete with vintage instruments and cream, perforated walls.

Remix Album Sparks EA’s ‘Mirror’s Edge’

An eclectic group of international artists combined for an innovative remix album for Swedish pop star Lisa Miskovsky's theme track to spark Electronic Arts' highly anticipated "Mirror's Edge" video game, in stores this week.

‘Suge’ Knight Facing Drug, Battery Charges

The Clark County district attorney's office in Las Vegas is seeking criminal charges against hip-hop mogul Marion "Suge" Knight.

Foos, Mayer Set For Grammy Nominations Show

Foo Fighters, John Mayer and B.B. King will perform at the first Grammy Nominations Concert, to be held Dec. 3 at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live and broadcast on CBS. Mariah Carey, LL Cool J and Taylor Swift will serve as co-hosts.

Instrumental Interplay At Heart Of Rush DVD

For its new DVD, "Snakes & Arrows Live," Rush took a somewhat different approach than on its last two video releases, 2003's "Rush in Rio" and 2005's "R30: 30th Anniversary World Tour."

Lawyer: Jackson Too Sick To Testify In Person

Michael Jackson might be too sick to travel to London to testify in a suit claiming he owes an Arab sheikh $7 million, the pop star's attorney said today (Nov. 18). Jackson is seeking to give his testimony by video link from the United States.

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