Jay-Z embodies the “Empire State of Mind,” according to New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who praised the rapper in an essay for TIME’s annual 100 most influential list.
Their first collaboration was a funky “Party” off 4, but Beyoncé and André 3000 are teaming up now for a cover.
Welcome to Jukebox Jury, our new music debate show where experts face off and a jury of fans decides the winner.
Watch the boys try to guess songs by Christina Aguilera, LMFAO, the Beatles, Barry White, blink-182 and more. And Tom Parker, of course, gets a little bit dirty.
Topping last night’s amazing solo performances and duets, tonight’s live results show was a music extravaganza with performances from not only the top three finalists, but guest musical artists too.
The singer make the (not-so) shortlist of nominees for this year’s Best Original Songs category.
All six of last night’s artists made the top of the iTunes charts — and 4 of them ended up at various #1s. So who did America vote off?
Her first album in 12 years will feature two songs written by Pink, a duet with Gaga and her recently released single, “Woman’s Work.”
The pressure doubled as the Top 6 contestants performed twice. Tuesday, the six will become four when America’s vote is tallied.
“All these guys are great. The truth is they’re all capable of winning,” Adam Levine said.