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The former frontman of The White Stripes is riding high on the success of his first solo studio album by entering Billboard Hot 200 at No. 1.
The RHCP lead singer, Anthony Kiedis, says of the late Beastie Boys star, 'He left the world a lot of beauty. I hope you carry that flame.'
Travis McCoy, Kid Rock and Black Thought join The Roots to perform a medley of 'No Sleep Till Brooklyn', 'So What'cha Want', 'Sabotage' and 'The New Style'.
The recently-released music video's popularity is partly his fans' attempt to make the video the most watched offering on the video-sharing site.
Lionsgate announced that the teen tentpole has been approved for nationwide release in China, the third biggest movie market.
In respect of Orosco's Mexican heritage and as a nod to Cinco de Mayo, the couple got married on Saturday, May 5 at the historic John Sowden house.
Frontman Chris Martin sang a slowed-down rendition of Beastie Boys' '(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (to Party)' at Coldplay's Hollywood Bowl concert.
During the induction ceremony that will air May 5, a letter from the late rapper is read by fellow Beastie Boys member Adam 'Ad-Rock' Horovitz.
Eminem, Justin Timberlake, Jay-Z, P. Diddy and many other celebrities offer their condolences and share their memories of the rapper also known as MCA upon hearing news of his death.
GnR, Red Hot Chili Peppers and the Beastie boys join the class of 2012 inductees along with Laura Nyro, The Small Faces and Donovan.
A judge dismisses the marijuana possession case against the 'Gossip Girl' actor after his lawyer presented evidence that he has performed 80 hours of community service.
To 'embody the broad scope of what 'rock and roll' means,' fifteen music acts including Red Hot Chili Peppers and Joan Jett are selected for the nomination.
Mike D, MCA and Ad-Rock have quite an adventure, dodging the haters and facing off zombies in this Spike Jonze-directed clip.
The 'Rolling in the Deep' hitmaker scores double chart victory by ruling Billboard Hot 200 and Hot 100 with '21' and 'Rolling in the Deep' respectively.
Beastie Boys star Adam Horovitz has ruled out any tour plans to promote their new album until rapper Adam Yauch has fully recovered from cancer.