Taylor Swift Makes History- Paul McCartney and Beyonce for Thanksgiving- Beanie Sigel / 50 Cent Song- Kanye West Has Made Hip-Hop Gay Friendly and more
TV network ABC says Paul McCartney and Beyonce will star in back-to-back one-hour specials Thanksgiving night. more
A few weeks ago, former Roc-A-Fella member Beanie Sigel released a diss song titled "What You Talkin Bout (I'm Not Your Average Cat)," aimed at then label head and friend Jay-Z. Now, the Philadelphia-raised rapper gives Billboard.com readers an exclusive snippet of his upcoming track, "I Go Off," featuring his rumored soon-to-be boss, 50 Cent. here MTV also claims to have an exclusive of it as well. So it doesn't appear to be that exclusive after all, unless they are each a different 30 seconds but that would just be silly. MTV's "exclusive"
Carrie Underwood's "Play On" bows at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart this week, shifting 318,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan. more
MTV had this gem: Until the demise of the Fame Kills Tour, Kanye West had been planning to hit the road with Lady Gaga, one of the gay-friendliest pop stars out there today. So it doesn't really come out of left field to have Fergie credit him, along with her cohorts in the Black Eyed Peas, for helping make the world of hip-hop a little more open to alternative lifestyles. more
Cheryl Cole is to duet with rock band Snow Patrol at this week's Children in Need's charity concert. The X Factor judge will sing Martha Wainwright's lines from the Snow Patrol song Set The Fire To The Third Bar more
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