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Just 90 seconds into Azealia Bank’s opening number for the Listen Out Festival in Melbourne, Bank’s was hit with a projectile—a full can of beer, and stormed off stage ending her show. Azealia later tweeted about her other performence going well and nothing being thrown at her on stage.
Rapper Big Sean and “Glee” star Naya Rivera have confirmed their engagement. Just about six months of confirming their relationship—the 25 year old rapper and 26 year old singer/actress are on the way to tying the knot.
Lauryn Hill releases new song “Consumerism” on the eve of her release from prison. Prior to entering prison Ms. Hill signed a deal with Sony, “Consumerisn” is a rare new track that is part 1 of a collection named ‘Letters From Exile’
Lorde leaps to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with her breakthrough hit "Royals," Lorde makes news for topping the Hot 100 at her age: she doesn't turn 17 until next month. Still, she's not the youngest solo artist, or even youngest woman, to lead the list.
The video's premiere falls one day after the 15-year anniversary of the release of "...Baby One More Time," Britney's debut single that launched her to superstardom. "Work Bitch," produced by Spears' "Scream & Shout" partner-in-crime will.i.am, debuted last week at No. 12 on the Hot 100. It's from Spears' untitled new album, which is scheduled for release Dec. 3.
After four years in the game, Drake finally releases one of the most anticipated albums of the year. With gratitude, Drake's new album, "Nothing Was the Same," entered the Billboard 200 at No. 1 this week, reflecting sales of 658,000 copies-- which maintained the same amount of sales within the first release week as his previous album "Take Care"
Johnson's creative touch has led to his fourth No. 1 album on the Billboard 200, following the chart-topping success of his soundtrack to the film "Curious George" in 2006, "Sleep Through the Static" in 2008 and "To The Sea" in 2010.
Bob Marley takes second- largest social media presence for a dead artist (second to Michael Jackson), reaching a new peak on the Social 50 chart. He rises 37-8 in his 88th week on the list, making the third time Marley has climbed into the top 10.
This week on the Social 50 chart, Miley Cyrus hits No. 1 for the first time while Linkin Park returns thanks to a 3D game. Cyrus becomes the 16th artist to reach the No. 1 spot on the young chart, thanks to the debut of her “Wrecking Ball” music video.