It took the Boss to dethrone Adele from the top of the Billboard 200 album chart. Bruce Springsteen‘s ‘Wrecking Ball’ officially debuts at No. 1 this week with approximately 196,000 copies sold, just 1,000 more than Adele’s ’21.’
YouTube is full of bad amateur covers of Adele‘s ‘Someone Like You,’ but that’s part of what comes with living in a free society where people can post what they wish. Not everyone in the world has the same freedom, however, and that’s why a YouTube cover of a 13-year-old Iranian girl named Tara performing the song is attracting so much attention.
Coldplay have finalized their 2012 North American tour, adding dance-pop singer Robyn as one of their opening acts, in addition to lining up performances on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’ this weekend following the Oscars and at the Amnesty International Secret Policeman’s Ball one week later in New York City.
While much of the focus at the 2012 Grammy Awards has been on the passing of Whitney Houston, another vocal legend who died last month was honored during tonight’s broadcast when Alicia Keys and Bonnie Raitt teamed up to pay tribute to Etta James.
Lana Del Rey may have her detractors, but she also has a ton of people genuinely interested in her music — at least 77,000 of them, based on the first-week sales figures of her album ‘Born to Die,’ which soars into the No. 2 position on the Billboard 200, just behind Adele‘s ’21.’
Despite reports that they are bickering when it comes to working out custody of their twins, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony are teaming up this weekend for a preview of ‘Q’Viva: The Chosen,’ a live performance special featuring acts discovered during an extensive talent search through 21 Latin countries.
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