Various fans online have expressed frustration over Gaga's father apparently being a fan of Trump—especially since the president has publicly criticized the singer.
Coronavirus victims' names will be read over a loudspeaker from the Trump Death Clock truck, as it drives around the White House and Trump International Hotel.
Billboard reported that physical album sales suffered the most due to COVID-19 restrictions, dropping 36 percent.
Following their Super Bowl performance, both Jennifer Lopez and Shakira saw massive jumps in online streams and sales.
25 years after it was first released, the perennial Christmas favorite has topped the Billboard Hot 100.
A scathing ad asks why Republicans won't fight President Trump for ignoring subpoenas from Congress, citing House GOP lawmakers who successfully stood their ground against former President Richard Nixon in 1974.
You oughta know more about Alanis Morisette.
The 14th annual music event will celebrate and recognize some of the most influential women in the industry.
Expect to see new items for sale in your favorite musicians' online stores when the rule governing album sales and chart rankings goes into effect on January 3.
The billboard is going live just days after a Republican incumbent governor lost to a Democrat in deep-red Kentucky.
Lizzo publically addressed the two in an Instagram post earlier Wednesday. The lawsuit states that "Truth Hurts" does not "infringe any copyright" and seeks to end the Raisens' "campaign of harassment."
The pornographic video appeared on a digital billboard along Interstate 75 near Auburn Hills on Saturday night.
A North Carolina gun store owner said he's not "apologizing to anyone" but replaced a billboard targeting four congresswomen known as the "squad" due to widespread complaints in the wake of the weekend's mass shootings.
Given the success of his collaboration with Lil Nas X for "Old Town Road," Billy Ray Cyrus said he's rethinking retirement.
Social media users slammed the ad as "body-shaming."
Kylie Minogue is famous for songs such as "I Should Be So Lucky" and "Can't Get You Out of My Head."
Billy Ray Cyrus got his horses in the back.
The billboard was taken down for not meeting the company's requirements for political advertisements.
David Hogg, a survivor of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, and the head of an anti-Trump, anti-NRA Super PAC raised more than requested on GoFundMe to put up a Texas billboard featuring Trump ridiculing Sen. Ted Cruz.
The Fritch, Texas, man who initially posted a photo of the sign has seen that Facebook post shared more than 20,000 times with thousands of varied reactions.
The pro-Trump sign in Maryland has been the subject of numerous complaints from concerned residents.
The billboard on the crowded Taft Avenue thoroughfare of the financial hub showed a male and female having sex for 33 seconds.
A sign reading "Shoot a .50 Caliber Only $29" was changed by a group advocating for changes in gun laws.