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Jenny Lewis Celebrates ‘On the Line’ at Intimate Village Studios Performance With Fred Armisen, Beck & More

To celebrate her latest album On the Line, Warner Records turned Los Angeles’ historic Village Studios into a Jenny Lewis shrine on Tuesday night. In a hazy pink room labeled “Red Bull & Hennessy,” guests enjoyed cocktails

Rick Ross Joins ‘Coming to America’ Sequel Cast

Rick Ross is ready to flex his acting chops a bit more in 2020. Ricky Rozay has joined the stacked cast of the long-awaited Coming to America sequel, Billboard can confirm.  The 1988 classic comedy is slated to hit

Snoop Dogg Pays Tribute to Suge Knight on “Let Bygones Be Bygones”

Snoop Dogg is readying his new album and to whet our musical appetites a bit, he takes us on a trip down memory lane on “Let Bygones Be Bygones.” As an OG in this Rap game, Snoop

Megan Thee Stallion Reveals Secret To Being Expert Twerker

Paper Magazine is the latest publication to be graced with a cover from one of the hottest artists right now, Megan Thee Stallion. We have all – yes, all – spent the majority of our summers watching videos

YBN Cordae Drops Jewels On Dr. Dre’s Importance To Hip-Hop

While Dre didn’t lay down any tracks on YBN Cordae’s debut The Lost Boy, his impact on the young lyricist should not go unfounded. Today, Cordae hit up Montreality for a quick conversation, in which he made sure

Industry Execs Reflect on the Importance of Being Out and Loud at HipHopMagz Pride Summit

Billboard's second annual Pride issue spotlights 40 industry-shaping LGBTQ executives working to push the world forward, and at Billboard & The Hollywood Reporter's inaugural Pride Summit in Los Angeles on Thursday (Aug. 8), six of those industry

TOMORROW X TOGETHER Postpones Upcoming Album Due to Health Issues

Rookie boy band TOMORROW X TOGETHER, also known as TXT, is postponing the release of their second album, previously planned for August, their company Big Hit Entertainment announced Thursday (Aug. 8).    The English version of a

Beatles Fans Recreate ‘Abbey Road’ Album Cover Shot 50 Years Later

It was 50 years ago today (Aug. 8) that The Beatles caused a traffic delay. And hundreds of fans of the Fab Four gathered Thursday at a crosswalk in London’s St. John’s Wood neighborhood, which is immortalized on

The Soul Rebels Bring the Bounce With Big Freedia-Assisted ‘Good Time’ Premiere

As New Orleans natives, The Soul Rebels naturally know how to have a good time. With the brass band heading for the release of their Poetry in Motion album this fall, the eight-piece ensemble teams with a

Ahead of HipHopMagz Pride Summit, Activist Jim Fouratt Looks Back On Stonewall: ‘It Changed My Life’

Of the hundreds of people at the Stonewall Inn in New York’s Greenwich Village the night of June 27, 1969 — a historic turning point in the gay rights movement — Jim Fouratt, 78, may be the only one who