Glee‘s post-Super Bowl Zombie Football Mashup Spectacular proves that it’s impossible to screw up “Thriller.”
British R&B singer Jay Sean teams back up with Lil Wayne, his foil from the 2009 hit “Down.”
Glee mastermind Ryan Murphy and Kings of Leon are publicly sparring over their pop value. Who loses? Spoiler: Everybody!
After last week’s Grammy-nominee a cappella extravaganza, Patrick Stump is at the mic once again.
Sure, you know he directed Madonna and Aerosmith. But AOR hacks the Outfield? Soap pinup Rick Springfield? Simon nemesis Paula Abdul?
“WORLD PREMIERE MY NEW SINGLE ‘FLY LIKE A PLANE,’” Diddy tweeted this morning. The only problem? The song belongs to someone else.
Snoop Dogg has taken to YouTube as a way to arrange a “real nice, freaky-deeky” collaboration with Lady Gaga.
LL Cool J’s fitness-guru status will only be solidified by the release of an exercise tape. Inside, we suggest fitness-themed remakes of selected songs from his catalog.
Lil Wayne is taking his show on the road—and despite earlier statements, he’s even going to play in New York. Well, the state, anyway.
Lady Gaga is reportedly going to sing the chorus of an upcoming single in multiple languages. Will doing so help her extend her global domination?
Beyoncé and Willow have been attached to remakes of famous musicals—”A Star Is Born” and “Annie,” respectively—over the past few days. How would they do with the original books’ material?
Kanye West is now sporting a watch with his face on its face.
Chester “Chet Haze” Hanks is no match for a ten-year-old girl from Houston.
Police raid cruise ship for drugs, leaving attendees to endure lonnng, meandering songs with only blender drinks to help.