Political unrest and rebellion at 30 Rock!
Santigold, Will Smith and "Hunger Games" on this weekend's assemblage of must-listen tunes.
The band's new song "Abraham's Daughter" will play over the ending credits of one of the year's most anticipated movies.
Two Taylor Swift songs, two Arcade Fire songs, scattered Miranda Lambert, Neko Case, Kid Cudi...
The band won the Polaris Prize, Canada's top music award. Oh, and before that was the whole Grammys business.
Ignorant references to The Arcade Fire and classless overuse of Peter, Bjorn & John punctuate the CBS sitcom's pilot.
Don't worry, only two of the songs are hurricane-related. Three, tops. Definitely no more than four.
Which band's over-the-top spectacle was most spectacular? Watch and vote, after the jump.
The Grammy darlings show up for an intimate set at the Hotel Olaffson in Port-au-Prince.
Drake hosts Canada's music-award show and has a virtual duet with The Biebs, but doesn't get to take home any trophies.
Florence and the Machine, Robyn and Lil Wayne lead the pop wing at this year's star-studded festival.
You'd be forgiven for thinking that the Brit Award winners on the international side were like the Grammys, but in a different time zone. Because they were!
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They don't call her the baddest female for nothing, you know?
Check out the music videos for Koda Kumi's new singles, "Touchdown" and "LALALALALA."
Will Rihanna's therapy backfire on her songwriting?
Is this the "turnt" anthem we deserve?
It's her party, she can murder a French fry skeleton if she wants, for instance.
Can 4minute pull out another "What's Your Name?" and beat 2NE1?
America decides between Danielle Bradbery, Michelle Chamuel and The Swon Brothers.
Paul put Eleanors on the map, yo.
We've got our first John Mayer diss track, and it is MEAN.
Even Mr. Movin' On is smiling.
We're getting the strong feeling Mr. Bieber does not care for paparazzi.