Her later years sadly overshadowed by controversy, Whitney Houston was arguably the most purely talented pop vocalist of her generation — and that legacy will be honored with a segment during BET’s 12th annual ‘Celebration of Gospel’ special, scheduled to air April 1.
After over a year away from the stage (and the birth of her twins), Mariah Carey returned to live performing last night (March 1) with a brief, intimate gig at New York City’s Gotham Hall. Given that only 50 tickets were released to the public, chances are you weren’t in attendance — but thanks to the magic of the Web, you can watch her one-song set without even getting out of your chair.
As part of their annual year-end music industry report, Billboard and the Nielsen Company recently tallied up the all-time sales totals for the Soundscan era, and their updated Top 10 list includes some of the heaviest hitters in the history of rock, pop, and country — including PopCrush favorites Mariah Carey and Eminem, who placed third and seventh, respectively.
Aside from what we’ve heard her do in the singles ‘Whip My Hair’ and ‘Fireball,’ and her Frank Ocean cover, no one’s really sure what to expect from Willow Smith‘s upcoming debut album ‘Knees and Elbows,’ due April 3.
But we do know her favorite record of 2011 was Kid Cudi‘s ‘Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager,’ and in her most recent YouTube clip, she serves up a brief cover of the ‘Moon II’ track ‘All Along.’
Rihanna might have the No. 1 spot on the British album charts, but that doesn’t mean she can show up late to her U.K. gigs — as she learned last week, when an angry crowd booed her after she took the stage at London’s O2 Arena an hour after the concert’s scheduled 9PM start time.
With nearly 1.7 million Twitter followers, Roots drummer Questlove is no stranger to the highs and lows of social media — and how quickly things can get out of control when a celebrity opens up such a direct line of communication to the world at large.
Five years ago, Cirque du Soleil took the music of the Beatles and turned it into ‘Love,’ a smash multimedia hit that blended the troupe’s trademark dancing skill with state-of-the-art production and newly remixed versions of songs the world knows by heart. Now they’re doing it again with another beloved icon, Michael Jackson, and the result is ‘Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour.’
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