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Fun., Mumford & Sons, Frank Ocean, More Win At 55th Annual Grammy Awards — See Winners List

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The Black Keys, Fun., Mumford & Sons, Frank Ocean, Kanye West, and Jay-Z were among the top winners at last night's 55th annual Grammy Awards. With four awards, Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys was the night's big winner. He won solo for Producer Of The Year Non-Classical, and took home three Continue

2013 GRAMMYs Performances: Ed Sheeran, Elton John, fun., Miguel, Wiz Khalifa

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The first part of tonight's (February 10) 2013 Grammy Awards featured performances by artists that are new to the big show's stage. Ed Sheeran gave his first-ever performance at the GRAMMYs but he didn't do it alone. The red-haired heartthrob was joined on stage by the legendary Elton John for a Continue

New Video: Pink Featuring fun.’s Nate Ruess – Just Give Me A Reason

Pink and husband Carey Hart in "Just Give Me A Reason"

Pink and fun.'s Nate Ruess tell a dreamy love story in the new video for their duet "Just Give Me A Reason." While the video scenes of Pink and Nate taking turns singing their verses and Pink rolling around on a floating bed with a pretty demented looking teddy bear are nice, it's the scenes that Continue

Photos: Taylor Swift, One Direction, Justin Bieber, More Perform At Z100 Jingle Ball 2012

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Tis the season for holiday concerts, and New York City's biggest, the Z100 Jingle Ball, went down last night with a flurry of stars at the famed Madison Square Garden. Among the acts on the bill were Taylor Swift, One Direction, Ne-Yo, fun., Jason Mraz, B.o.B, Ed Sheeran, The Wanted, and Justin Continue

Kelly Clarkson, Frank Ocean, fun. Receive Multiple 55th Annual Grammy Nominations

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Kelly Clarkson, Frank Ocean, and fun. are among the artists receiving nominations in some of the major categories for the 55th annual Grammy Awards, which were announced tonight (December 5) during the Grammy Nominations Concert Live from Nashville, Tennessee. All three artists are up for Record Continue

2012 MTV EMAs Performances: Taylor Swift, Alicia Keys, No Doubt, Psy, Muse, Pitbull, More

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Taylor Swift was the ringleader of her own magical circus during the closing performance of her hit "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" at the 2012 MTV Europe Music Awards last night (November 11) in Frankfurt, Germany. But before Swift closed out the show, there were a ton of other wacky, Continue

Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know” Hits No. 1 On Billboard Hot 100


The song is everywhere you turn, and now it's even at No. 1. Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know" has taken over the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. The track, featuring Kimbra, sold an astonishing 542,000 copies last week. The singer/songwriter can thank the exposure from a Continue

Justin Bieber’s “Boyfriend” Tumbles In Second Week On Billboard Hot 100

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That first-ever No. 1 single continues to slip further from Justin Bieber's grasp. In its second week on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, Bieber's new single, "Boyfriend," takes a tumble. The Mike Posner-produced track slip from 2-5 this week. It debuted huge, selling 521,000 copies, but that Continue

Justin Bieber’s “Boyfriend” Makes Big Billboard Hot 100 Debut, But Misses No. 1

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Justin Bieber's new single, "Boyfriend," makes a big splash on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart this week. but it still wasn't enough to land him at No. 1. Bieber's Mike Posner-produced track debuts at No. 2 on the Hot 100, after selling a whopping 521,000 copies in its first week available, Continue

Katy Perry Takes “Part Of Me” To No. 1, Adele Makes History On Billboard Hot 100

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Katy Perry is re-releasing her sophomore album, Teenage Dream, this March with the forthcoming Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection, and the set is already producing chart-toppers. Confection's first single, the heartbreak kiss-off "Part Of Me," blasts onto the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart Continue