Cheap Trick, The Smiths, and Chaka Khan are also among those nominated.
Production is underway on "Unbreak My Heart: The Toni Braxton Story," a film based on the Grammy winner's 2014 memoir.
Beyoncé, Jay Z, Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, and Rihanna have teamed up to sue a Paris clothing retailer they say has been "brazenly" selling shirts, hats, cellphone cases, and other items featuring their likenesses without permission.
The "Sir Duke" singer, separated from his second wife since 2009, is officially divorced.
The "Independence Day" star is reuniting with his longtime friend for a world tour as part of his musical comeback.
Even though B.B. King died in May, he's still so respected in Mississippi that the state is bestowing a special honor upon him.
Grammy Award winner Sam Smith released the video for his theme song for the new James Bond film "Spectre" on Monday, days after the ballad became the first 007 title track to top the British pop charts.
The Grammy-winning rapper and Oscar-nominated actor appears on a remix of Colombian band Bomba Estereo's song, "Fiesta."
The Rolling Stones, Taylor Swift, and Luke Bryan are all bringing down the house and breaking the bank.
The "Rhythm Nation" superstar has been on the North American leg of her Unbreakable World Tour since the end of August.
Singer Mariah Carey is bringing her love of the Christmas holiday to her new makeup line with cosmetic company M.A.C.
The "Happy" hitmaker plans to donate books to encourage young children to read.
The "Starships" hitmaker plans to star in a sitcom based on her life for ABC Family.
The R&B star and the child's mother Nia Guzman officially agreed to end their long-running dispute and have worked out custody and child support issues.
The rapper's rise as a businessman will be chronicled on a CNBC special.
A medical examiner has determined the cause of death of Whitney Houston's daughter, but a court order is preventing the release of any further information.
You've never heard "Redemption Song" like this before.
The "Kiss Kiss" hitmaker was slated to perform four shows in the country in December.
Executives at Fox network have picked up a series named "305," after Miami's area code.
The rapper and reality TV star says he's serious about running for president in 2020 that he has "a lot of growing up to do" before then.