We're embarking on one year since the world lost Whitney Houston on the eve of the Grammys. In addition to being heartbreaking, the loss of Houston at such a pivotal moment in music was also difficult in terms of logistics: a tribute had to be paid to the fallen legend, and a new TV special will examine how her moving farewell came to fruition.
Whitney Houston's mother Cissy Houston is making the rounds to promote her lip-twitching memoir about her daughter -- this time on 'Oprah's Next Chapter,' where she brought along her son Michael Houston to divest himself of a secret.
In the episode, Michael admits to Oprah Winfrey that he (and not Bobby Brown) was the first person to introduce his baby sister to drugs.
Just when the world was beginning to accept and move on from the death of pop legend Whitney Houston, new details about her passing are emerging -- and they aren't pretty. New reports suggest that the 'I Will Always Love You' singer was actually murdered.
Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston are headed to Vegas. The late pop music icons, along with Elvis Presley, have inspired an upcoming musical called 'The Man,' which focuses on how young artists with a dream become superstars.
R&B superstars Jennifer Hudson and Usher were among the singers and celebrities who paid tribute to Whitney Houston during the CBS special 'We Will Always Love You: A Grammy Salute to Whitney Houston,' which aired Friday (Nov. 16).
Results are in! Nielsen SoundScan, the company that tracks actual music sales in the U.S. has released music reports. The following reports are on results for the first half of 2012.
The Top 10 bestselling albums for this period were:
Since the birth of Beyonce and Jay-Z‘s baby Blue Ivy Carter, many have speculated on their daughter’s unique name. The R&B queen posted a poem today (June 14) by Rebecca Solnit called ‘A Field Guide to Getting Lost’ that offers a little insight on why her newborn is named Blue Ivy.