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The show will also include performances by Adele, John Legend, Chance the Rapper, Keith Urban and The Weeknd.
The singer was, however, the first artist to be nominated in categories in four different genres.
This year's biggest release came from a musician who has been dead for more than two centuries.
"Weed don't make you do that."
Tina Lawson gets into "Formation."
Let the U.S. president fuel your next workout with his personalized playlist.
Solange's "A Seat at the Table" could be a successor to "Lemonade."
The singer took a break from her tour Monday to gather family and friends in New York.
The singer's lawyer says her Emmy-nominated HBO special doesn't bear infringing similarities to a short film.
The First Lady cuts loose as she drives around the White House with talk show host James Corden.
After recent shootings, members of the modern dance company came together to dance to Beyoncé's hit song.
The Welsh fashion guru shares his designs with Newsweek.
"Fear is not an excuse. Hate will not win."
Drake has published an open letter to protest the deaths.