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KendrickLamar-071817.jpg Kendrick Lamar was the recipient of the Hitmaker of the Year award at Variety's inaugural Hitmakers event. "I've been doing this for a long time, since I was 13, 14 years old - 15, 16 with my boy Dave in the studio," Lamar said during his acceptance speech.

amylee2-090916.jpg Evanescence's Amy Lee won the Hollywood Music And Media Award for "Best Original Song - Independent Film" for the track "Speak To Me" from the film Voice From The Stone.

TimFaith-100917.jpg Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, 'Tim McGraw & Faith Hill: Mississippi Woman, Louisiana Man,' is now open.

usher-raymond-070916.jpg A $20 million lawsuit filed against Usher by a woman who claims he gave her herpes has been officially dismissed after Laura Helm withdrew her case.

GunsNRoses-080116.jpg Guns N' Roses paid tribute to late AC/DC founding member Malcolm Young with a three-song set during their performance in Sacramento, California. "This goes out to Malcolm Young. He will be sorely missed," the band said live, later reiterating their statement on Twitter.

davidcassidy-022117.jpg David Cassidy has been hospitalized with multiple organ failure, according to his publicist. Publicist JoAnn Geffen said that there is "no update" on the medical status of the Partridge Family star.

LiamGallagher-103117.jpg Liam Gallagher has added a stadium show in his hometown of Manchester, UK. The run will come as part of his upcoming tour and will take place on Saturday, August 18, 2018 at the Emirates Old Trafford LCC Cricket Ground.

2Chainz-061617.jpg 2 Chainz has hinted that he may consider a run for political office in his home state of Georgia. During a recent appearance on The Daily Show, host Trevor Noah suggested that Chainz could make a run for Atlanta Mayor and the emcee didn't shoot down the idea.

david-bowie-060816.jpg A new David Bowie documentary, David Bowie: The Last Five Years, chronicles the late singer through his final two albums, The Next Day and Blackstar.

CarrieUnderwood-061517.jpg Carrie Underwood has signed on as a co-host for the upcoming "GRAMMYs Greatest Stories: A 60th Anniversary Special." The show will take a look back on the biggest moments throughout the awards show's 60 years. John Legend is set to share hosting duties with Underood. The special is set to air on Friday, November 24 from 9-11PM on CBS.

JohnLegend-082817.jpg John Legend has signed on as a co-host for the upcoming "GRAMMYs Greatest Stories: A 60th Anniversary Special." The show will take a look back on the biggest moments throughout the awards show's 60 years. Carrie Underwood is set to share hosting duties with Legend. The special is set to air on Friday, November 24 from 9-11PM on CBS.

PatBenatar-111617.jpg Pat Benatar returned to Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart in October with "Dancing Through the Wreckage" after a nearly 16 year absence, something she called 'fun.'

GeorgeEzra-041015.jpg George Ezra has announced a special benefit concert in London for the mental health charity Mind, which he has been donating to monthly. For the concert, Ezra will be joined by a number of performers that he will handpick.

country-singer-Cam-092917.jpg Cam believes that there are only a few basic things that are needed to fix gun control. "What you realize is that there is something we can all agree on, and it's just that nobody should be able to walk in and buy that many guns. We do it for Sudafed! We can come up with a couple basic things, and it's not anti-guns. I'm coming from a household that has guns."

Horizon-090216.jpg Bring Me the Horizon have confirmed a new greatest hits collection from their time on the roster of Epitaph Records. The new compilation will pull their best loved tracks from their four albums with the label and will be titled Bring Me the Horizon 2004-2013.

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