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'I hope our politicians will not think that they (cultural initiatives) are expendable and they can just get rid of them and nobody will feel the pain,' Legend reveals his thought over U.S. tax cuts.
Sade leads nominations in music field with four, Herbie Hancock follows her with three, and the likes of Willow Smith and Kanye West get double nods.
The country music album 'You Get What You Give' bows atop the albums list with 153,000 copies, giving Zac Brown Band their best sales week.
Kyle Killen encourages people to take one big Gatorade bath on September 27 in order to avoid FOX canceling the new series if low rating repeats.
Anti-smoking groups are not happy with the decision and have criticized Wolfmother for not making a stand against the advertising of tobacco.
When his new album 'Record Collection' hits the stores on September 27, Mark Ronson will step behind the counter of Rough Trade and become an assistant to server the customer.
Marching through New York playing instruments on their way to their concert at Terminal 5, The Roots and John Legend also brought surprise with star-studded guests.
Taking part in American Express Unstaged live series, the filmmaker would document the two acts' collaboration at Madison Square Garden.
Legend was surrounded by the beauties while giving a soulful medley of his own song as well as classic 'I Love Every Little Thing About You'.
The 'Do the Right Thing'-inspired music video urges people to take part in an action to change the world to be a better place.
The jam band drummer passed away on Thursday, August 12 at a hospital near Vancouver, Canada after failing to battle liver cancer.
The rap superstar previews a mix of old hits and new songs at The Box club on Thursday, August 12, backed by John Legend on the piano.
The golden gramophone statue which the R&B star got for his album 'Get Lifted' is now snapped in half but he is not mad at his nephew.
The world war-themed music video sees only one person who can survive a bloody, violent and hopeless march.
Veteran TV producer who acquires the right to the so-called biography written by Kitty Kelley stated that he would prefer to cast an unknown actress to play the talk show queen.