- Hear Drake Narrate a Commercial For The Toronto Raptors Drake is taking his title as "global ambassador" for the Toronto Raptors very, very seriously.
- Major Lazer Teams Up with Pharrell and an 'Aerosol Can' The obiquitous Pharrell may be "Happy" all over the place, but he's not losing his edge.
- Miley Cyrus Postpones Additional Tour Dates After Allergic Reaction A statement noted that the type of reaction Cyrus suffered can take between five and 27 days before
- Band Who Played Bedside for SXSW Car Crash Victim Gets Opening Gig for Barry Gibb Phoenix-based Jared and the Mill will support Gibb on six tour dates this spring.
- 4 Non Blondes Plan Reunion to Benefit L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center What's going on? The answer, as of now, is a 4 Non Blondes one-night-only reunion.
- Listen to Lykke Li's New Song 'Gunshot' Fans can listen to the song in its entirely and follow along with her lyrics on a special webpage created specifically for the track.
- Drake Sued for 'Nothing Was the Same' Sample The rapper allegedly used a sample on "Pound Cake/Paris Morton Music 2" that was not cleared by the owners.
- Sky Ferreira Responds to Claims That Her 'I Blame Myself' Video is Racist Ferreira disagrees with this take on the video and has made that very clear in a very long post on Facebook where she writes, "Nothing upsets me more than being called racist because that is one of the most hateful things anyone can be."
- Lorde Finally Meets the Baseball Player Who Inspired 'Royals' Even though Lorde's been telling the story of how Kansas City Royal third baseman, George Brett, inspired her hit song, she hadn't gotten a chance to meet her muse. That is until now.
- Coldplay Announce Tour Dates Behind New Album, 'Ghost Stories' Coldplay are gearing up to release their latest album, Ghost Stories, on May 19, and they're already plotting dates to bring fans the new tunes.
- Billboard Hot 100 Sets Record for Gridlock as 'Happy' Retains Top Spot The Hot 100 retains the same top seven for the third week in a row-- a new record for the chart.
- Jay Z Is Bringing His Made in America Festival to the West Coast, While Still Keeping It In Philly Yep, Jay's going bi-coastal for this year's Made in America, which will run in both L.A. and Philly on the same exact weekend.