The legendary Velvet Underground rocker passed away Oct. 27.
Dubstep, electronic dance music, and a lot of bass should summarize this album. Linkin Park, who are an artistic hardcore band, take their remixing talents to the studio, and created Recharged. Most of the tracks are from Living Things with one new track.
In a Q&A with Rolling Stone on the making of his upcoming album, Marshall Mathers LP 2, Eminem opens up about coloring his hair blonde, the real Slim Shady and how the new album is more of a way to go back and do things better than most sequels.
First-timers include Nirvana, Peter Gabriel, the Replacements and Hall and Oates.
The ceremony will take place Oct. 30.
New discovered tracks featuring bassist and keyboardist John Paul Jones as the lead vocalist.
Scotty McCreery identifies himself on his third album, and proves that he has what it takes to be real country artist.
Panic! At The Disco creates a more grown-up and sophisticated sound like they've never done before on their fourth studio album. They amplify and electrify as well as get skin deep into Brendon Urie's personal life.
Eminem released the track list and album art for his upcoming album, Marshall Mathers LP 2, due to drop Nov. 5.
The 21-stop North American tour will begin in early 2014.
The Kentucky-based rock band explores psychedelics in their third album.
The singer cites a vocal injury as the reason she dropped.
Justin Timberlake drops his second part to The 20/20 Experience. The album has a more hip-hop feel with the help of Drake and Jay-Z. It also has a taste of his southern roots with some blues to change things up.
Breaking Bad closed its series with the song Baby Blue by Badfinger. Because of the shows success, Badfinger saw and increase in streams and sales in the song and other songs by them.
Lady Gaga, Eminem and Arcade Fire will perform at the YouTube Music Awards in November.