Kendrick Lamar continues his reign on the weekly U.S. Billboard 200 album chart. Bob Mezan reports. Continue reading
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Joni Sledge, who along with her siblings formed the group Sister Sledge and recorded the enduring hit “We Are Family,” has died aged 60, representatives for the group said on Saturday.
Future becomes the first artist to score two consecutive chart-topping albums on the weekly U.S. Billboard 200 album chart.
Singer J.Cole lands the top spot on the album charts with strong sales of “4 Your Eyez Only.”
Despite being discouraged by many, Thembi Sithole ventured into a business widely dominated by men. She runs a shop in South Africa that fixes and refurbishes vehicles. Thembi – defying worrying unemployment trends in the country, has secured a regular customer base and won the trust of some of the top motor companies in the industry.
Rapper Kanye West’s “Saint Pablo” tour is abruptly canceled with 21 more dates left to go.
California native Kendrick Lamar takes the top spot in the Billboard 200 list with his third studio record “To Pimp a Butterfly.”