Vinnie Paul, the legendary drummer and co-founder of Texas metal band Pantera, has died at the age of 54. Billboard first reported the news, later confirmed on Pantera’s official Facebook page. In 1981, Paul, along with his brother Dimebag Darrell, founded Pantera in Arlington, Texas, and the group became one of the most influential metal bands of their time.
A necklace Shakira was selling to fans during her El Dorado tour turned out to be less of a "Whenever, Wherever" accessory and more of a "Never, ever" one.
NCT stands for Neo Culture Technology, a term coined by S.M. Entertainment to describe the group’s concept of having an unlimited number of members divided into multiple sub-units all over the world. NCT 127 is NCT’s Seoul team, the home of K-pop. NCT 127’s American-focused single, “Cherry Bomb,” has over 38 million views on YouTube and counting. The band is currently on Billboard’s Social 50 and are in NYC for KCON New York. Join NCT 127 when they stop by BUILD.
A new Elvis gospel compilation, 'Where No One Stands Alone,' will feature contributions from Lisa Marie Presley and Darlene Love.
Shirley Manson and Butch Vig of Garbage reflect on their career and their 20th-anniversary deluxe reissue of their sophomore album 'Version 2.0.'
The drummer's health woes continue, with more canceled show dates and reports of a return to the hospital.
"You don’t hear a lot from the Taylor Swifts of the world, and top-tier, needle-moving cultural youth, because they are concerned about their brand, their demographic and their success and career and whatnot."
The couple's 6-year-old daughter was the center of attention at their latest show in London!
“For 146 shows, I have played pretty much the same set every night," Springsteen said. "Tonight demands something different.”
Grande's new album 'Sweetener' is out next month. Her new Nicki Minaj collab "The Light Is Coming" follows her previous Minaj-featuring cut "Bed," taken from Minaj's 'Queen' album.
Police were called on a massive gathering in West Hollywood, held in honor of the controversial rapper, who was shot and killed in Florida on Monday.
Colombian pop singer Maluma was robbed of luxury items worth over 50 million roubles ($785,000) from his hotel room near Moscow's Red Square, Russian media reported on Tuesday, citing police sources. An intruder stole valuables including a Louis Vuitton bag, 11 luxury watches, various items of Cartier jewelry and 10 glasses studded with diamonds and pearls, two police sources told news portal RBC. Maluma, who is one of the biggest names in Latin music, is in Russia to watch the soccer World Cup.
Despite a recent deal between the Prince estate and Tidal to debut the legend’s first posthumous album, the musician’s heirs are wanting out of Prince’s agreement with the streaming service.
The rapper/singer has been sharing sizzling-hot snaps on her social media lately, but — as she explains — there is a serious reason behind them.