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Premiering 10 April, the three-part series will span 35-years, highlighting three legendary photographers who documented the iconic hip-hop label’s artists.
The singer-songwriter’s new album tops the “Billboard” R&B Albums chart and ranks as the biggest album debut from a female R&B artist since Beyoncé’s “Lemonade”.
‘Chilombo’ features an all-star lineup of guest talent, including Future, Miguel, Nas, Big Sean, John Legend and Ty Dolla $Ign.
After a three-year hiatus, Justin Bieber makes a triumphant return to the charts, earning his seventh No.1 album with his album ‘Changes’.
Directed by Michael Ratner, the new clip draws attention to the plight of women and children in need in Los Angeles.
The hitly-anticipated 'Changes' is Bieber’s long-awaited follow-up to 2015’s 'Purpose'.
As awards season continues, the Juno Awards (the Canadian Grammys) has announced their 2020 nominees, with Alessia Cara leading the pack.
The pop star's US tour also kicks off in Seattle on Thursday, 14 May and concludes on 26 September in East Rutherford, NJ.
The new track is released before a hotly-anticipated new Bieber docu-series, 'Seasons' premieres on YouTube Originals on 27 January.
The new track is set to feature on the star's mooted new album, which will mark his first solo project since 2015's 'Purpose'.
Justin Bieber chronicles the road to his first album in four years with new Youtube Originals docuseries ‘Seasons’ that will premiere 27 January.
In the Jake Schreier-directed clip, West is seen with Kim Kardashian and their children walking through a cold and desolate rocky terrain.
West shared a golden invitation to the event, designed by Nick Knight and featuring an engraved image of the ancient Babylonian king of the same name on Twitter.
The special 2,500 square foot installation touches down in Long Beach, California in November.
“In the history of hip-hop, no two words have meant more to the culture than Def Jam.”