Matthew McConaughey, anyone?
These gals seem hell-bent on bringing back all the best—and worst!—trends of the nineties.
Kendrick gets an assist from Drake and a well-chosen sample for one of his new album's more delectable cuts.
Normally we don't endorse this sort of thing, but you can sort of get an idea of how they sound by the artwork. (Blurry, hazy, atmospheric.)
Immerse yourself in the music of the ten esteemed nominees for our inaugural Hall of Fame class.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame had its chance. Now it's our turn.
With three open slots on the show now, nobody's name would surprise us at this point.
Friday cuteness in the form of a miniature "Rhythm Nation" performance.
While you plot your weekend getaway, a photo album of super-successful musicians that are already way ahead of you.
Perry joins Usher, Janet and Mariah with four No. 1s from the same album.
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Prince brought the rock to close out the show.
This was a song that happened. Lapdance included, natch.
Why does Will.i.am want to be a robot so badly?
You didn't think you were getting away with just ONE Pitbull performance, did you?
As an apology for the Grammys, the Billboard awards let Miguel do whatever he wanted.
Pitbull, Christina and A-Ha: Professional moment feelers.
No scandals this time for Bieber!
It feels like one of those nights at the Billboard Music Awards.
The duo fed off the crowd's energy to put in a classic performance.
The song of the summer?
Selena gives another Bollywood-indebted performance of her Eastern-tinged top ten hit.
Bruno kicked off the Billboard Music Awards with this Unorthodox Jukebox cut.
Girls' Generation will twinkle once again.