Sean Kingston stopped by our office to discuss his creative rebirth.
The former Black Eyed Pea says to expect much more from Britney than dance songs.
Chris Brown's interviewers this week have trouble saying exactly what Brown did back in 2009.
The Biebs reveals his theories of pop-star hegemony.
The Chicago rappers talks Rick Ross, Chicago and reveals his favorite Taylor Swift song.
We spoke to Classified about "Inner Ninja," making it in America, and losing his virginity in a graveyard.
Demi goes for the verbal subtweet in a radio interview.
Brian Siedband and Gordy Sang tell the stories behind one of the year's most creative pop-featuring ad campaigns.
Swift tells InStyle UK her greatest fear. Can you guess it?
We talk to the indie-pop singer about Quentin Tarantino, feminism and her album Girl Talk.
One half of the twin duo behind one of 2013's most lushly romantic albums talks about her love-song writing tendencies.
Once a '90s one-hit wonder, Kurstin has become one of pop's biggest writer/producers. He tells us a little about the journey.
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Prince brought the rock to close out the show.
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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!
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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.