A tracklist began circulating online earlier today for a possible follow up to Beyoncé's self-titled 2013 LP. Titled Beyoncé Vol. 2, the project appears to be a re-release of the latter, featuring all of the original volume's songs plus an additional eleven tracks.
Last night the Billboard Music Awards went down, and we saw performances from Iggy Azalea, John Legend, a Michael Jackson hologram and more. The event was hosted by Ludacris, and a multitude of awards were also given out during the night.
The nominations for the annual Billboard Music Awards have arrived today. Perhaps unsurprisingly, considering these guys dominated the Billboard 200 over the last year, Justin Timberlake and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis are among the top contenders with eleven and ten nominations respectively.
Justin Timberlake is still squeezing juice out of his 20/20 Experience come-back albums. Both albums have gone platinum at this point, and after doing a world tour, plus a second leg of it, JT is coming back for more. He's announced today that there is a third leg of "The 20/20 Experience World Tour."
Pharrell taking over your Friday morning. Shortly after we received the Billboard magazine cover featuring Pharrell and his large hat, we've received the official tracklisting for the forthcoming album G I R L.
T.I. confirmed in recent months that he'd going down a different path than initially expected with his next album, Paperwork: The Motion Picture. It was originally going to be called Trouble Man: He Who Wears The Crown, but a new direction called for a new title.
R&B is a genre that seems to be in a constant state of flux. It's certainly very different from what it was 20 years ago - these days, many artists tend to cross over into other genres, causing debate as to what truly constitutes R&B music.
Eminem found his way back to #1 on the Billboard 200, after spending a week at #2. The rapper sold the same amount that some rappers do opening week (if not more) and he's in his third week on shelves with MMLP2.
Justin Timberlake launches a huge rap remix of his recent hit "TKO". J. Cole uses his verse to (kinda) respond to Kendrick Lamar's infamous verse on Big Sean's "Control".
Listen to the original here. How do they compare?