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Ed Sheeran obliterates Spotify records with new album
Ed Sheeran has smashed Spotify records with his new album "Divide," which drew nearly twice as many listens on its first day as the previous leader.
 
Ending epic wait, Lorde returns with dance track
In one of the most anticipated returns in pop music, Lorde unveiled a song Thursday in which the onetime teenage star takes a new dance sound and adult look.
 
Dream cast reunites
No matter in which form art takes shape, learning to appreciate the timeless qualities that all great works possess is a rewarding process that enriches the soul.
 
Bowie, Michael honored at Brit Awards
The Brit Awards recognized big international stars including Drake and Beyonce and a cross-section of home-grown talent Wednesday -- but the ceremony was overshadowed by the much-missed David Bowie and George Michael.
 
Drake, the world's top-selling artist last year, has accused the Grammys of pigeonholing him as a rapper because he is black and said he does not want his latest awards.
 
James Brown's drummer Stubblefield dies at 73
Clyde Stubblefield, a drummer for James Brown who created one of the most widely sampled drum breaks ever, died Saturday. He was 73.
 
Keith Urban's 'Ripcord' leads in Country Music Award nominations
Keith Urban's boundary-pushing album "Ripcord" has spawned several top country singles and led him to pick up seven nominations including entertainer of the year and album of the year at this year's Academy of Country Music Awards.
 
Adele takes home best album, song of the year
Even though Adele flubbed one of her live performances at the Grammys, she walked away the belle of the ball: She took home all five awards she was nominated for Sunday night, including album, record and song of the year.
 
8 years on from MJ's memorial, Paris takes the stage
Paris Jackson took to the stage at the Grammys, introducing a performance at Staples Center eight years after attending her father's memorial service at the arena.
 
Wackiness galore: CeeLo goes gold, Gaga goes bitty
CeeLo Green looked part Tin Man, part big gold statue with a strange, monsterish headpiece while Lady Gaga showed up in bitty black leather shorts and an underbreast-baring top, a pair of towering, thigh-high boots to match, for the anything-goes parade of wacky fashion at the Grammys on Sunday.
 
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