Attending the two-day iHeartRadio festival in Las Vegas was like scanning through old-time Top 40 radio.
Paisley! Chesney! Niemann!
In baring his Christian nipples, Stapp carries on a long tradition in music.
"I was a doctor, a lawyer, a senator’s son / Brad Pitt’s brother and a man on the run / anything I thought would get the job done."
What kind of impact can one bald country singer, who divorced Renée Zellweger under mysterious circumstances, have on the environment?
Plus: Bernie Mac to play Bernie Mac!
The results are in and, as predicted, Kanye wins. According to Nielson SoundScan, his Graduation is the No. 1 album in the country, topping the inordinately crappy Curtis by 50 Cent, who had promised to retire if he were outsold.
It's obviously too early to call, but we'd like to go on record as predicting that Kanye will definitely, absolutely have the No. 1 album in the country next Wednesday (if we're wrong, Vulture promises to stop recording rap albums).
Just in case the stench of corny marketing hasn't yet reached your rap-loving nostrils, both 50 Cent and Kanye West have new CDs out today. Who will sell more copies?