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Michael Jackson remembered by family on 8th anniversary of his death

It was eight years ago Sunday that Michael Jackson died at 50 at his home in Los Angeles. The King of Pop, known for creating timeless music across multiple genres, died on June 25, 2009, after going into cardiac arrest. Surviving members of Jackson's famous family marked the occasion by remembering him during live performances and on social media. The Jacksons -- the singing group started with Michael Jackson back in 1964 -- performed at the Glastonbury Festival in England on Saturday. On stage, his brothers dedicated two of their hit songs to him -- "I'll Be There" and "Gone…

posted 2017/06/26 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Lorde has her first number-one album as "Melodrama" debuts atop "Billboard" 200

Congratulations are in order to Lorde whose Melodrama has debuted at number one on the Billboard album chart. Melodrama is Lorde's first U.S. number-one album.  Her 2013 debut, Pure Heroine, peaked at number three. The album tops the chart with 109,000 in sales and streams during the week ending June 22, of which 82,000 were traditional sales. Pure Heroine actually sold more in its debut week, when it peaked at number three -- 129,000 in pure sales, since at the time Billboard did not count certain numbers of individual track sales and streams as equivalent to album sales, as the magazine…

posted 2017/06/26 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR


Fifth Harmony says their fans are now the fifth member of the group

After Camila Cabello left Fifth Harmony, the group went from a five-piece to a quartet, and fans began speculating that perhaps the girls should change their name, since there was no longer a fifth member.  But it turns out the group HAS a fifth member already: you. Speaking to MTV News, Dinah Jane explains that they decided against a name change, noting "The fans named us Fifth Harmony, and now they're the fifth member." Lauren Jauregui adds, "It was obviously, I feel like, a thought [people had], just because...there's four of us and not five.  But we were all very…

posted 2017/06/23 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

In honor of "Purple Rain"'s 33rd anniversary, watch Bruno Mars rehearse "Let's Go Crazy"

One of the highlights of this year's Grammy Awards was Bruno Mars' tribute to Prince.  Dressed as the late legend, Bruno performed one of Prince's biggest hits, "Let's Go Crazy," with his band.  To mark the 33rd anniversary of the release of Prince's album Purple Rain this Sunday, Bruno is offering fans a behind-the-scenes look at that performance. In newly released rehearsal footage of the "Let's Go Crazy" performance, Bruno and the band are shown bathed in purple light and dressed in street clothes, while Bruno is playing the same Prince-inspired guitar he rocked during the actual performance. Bruno will…

posted 2017/06/23 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

"Go Crazy" with Prince's "Purple Rain" Deluxe and Deluxe-Expanded Edition, in stores today

This Sunday marks the 33rd anniversary of the release of Prince's iconic 1984 album Purple Rain, and today sees the release of the deluxe edition and the deluxe expanded edition of the album.  As previously reported, the Purple Rain deluxe edition includes two CDs: the original album and a second CD of previously unreleased tracks.   As for the Purple Rain Deluxe -- Expanded Edition set, fans will get the two CDs that come with the deluxe version, plus a third CD of single edits and B-sides, and a DVD of Prince & The Revolution performing at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, NY, on March 30, 1985 on the Purple Rain…

posted 2017/06/23 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Halsey calls Iggy Azalea a "moron," but apologizes for collaborating with Quavo

Halsey is nothing if not outspoken. In an interview with the U.K. paper The Guardian, the singer dismisses rapper Iggy Azalea as a "f***ing moron." The comment came up as part of a discussion about why Halsey -- who describes herself as "queer" and whose album includes a love duet with bisexual fellow pop star Lauren Jauregui -- would collaborate with Migos rapper Quavo, given his controversial comments about homosexuality. "I think he’s misunderstood,” she says. "Just because I choose to be a socially conscious artist, and I’m pretty good at it, that doesn’t mean every artist is going to…

posted 2017/06/23 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Ed Sheeran doesn't like festivals, but Sunday, he'll headlines the UK's biggest one

Another career milestone for Ed Sheeran is scheduled for this weekend: Sunday night, he'll be headlining the U.K.'s most prestigious festival: Glastonbury.  But he shouldn't be nervous, considering that, according to Ed, pretty much everyone he knows will be there watching him. Speaking to The Sun, Ed says all his relatives, and his girlfriend Cherry's relatives, will be in the audience -- because he gave them every ticket he was allotted. "Basically, all of my tickets went to every single aunt and uncle, cousin, cousin’s wife, cousin’s husband, cousin’s kids and all of Cherry’s family and all of our school…

posted 2017/06/23 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Lady Gaga raises $250K with Starbucks; teams with Staples for $50K scholarship contest

Looks like a lot of people were inspired to shell out money at Starbucks for colorful, Lady Gaga-approved drinks.  Her #CupsofKindness charity initiative -- which involved sales of four custom drinks she created -- has raised $250,000 for her Born This Way Foundation.  Now, she's raising even more money through another partnership with a major brand. Gaga is teaming up with Staples to raise money for both her Born This Way Foundation and for DonorsChoose.org, which funds classroom projects for teachers.  As part of the partnership, Staples will donate $1 million to the Foundation, and to DonorsChoose. The Staples for…

posted 2017/06/23 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Twenty One Pilots' "Stressed Out" video hits one billion views

Twenty One Pilots has one billion reasons to not care what you think. The video for the duo's breakthrough hit, "Stressed Out," has reached one billion views on YouTube. The nostalgic clip finds Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun reliving their childhood by riding trikes, drinking juice boxes at jamming at each other's houses before a demonic presence reminds that they have to "wake up, you need to make money." "Stressed Out" is the 66th video to join the YouTube billion-views club. The most-viewed music video on YouTube remains South Korean rapper Psy's "Gangnam Style," which currently has 2.8 billion views.…

posted 2017/06/23 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

The Chainsmokers release kaleidoscopic new video for Coldplay collabo

Coldplay will release a new EP called Kaleidoscope on July 14, so it's only fitting that a kaleidoscope would play a big part in a new video for the group's collaboration with The Chainsmokers, "Something Just Like This." In the clip, a small boy wearing a superhero outfit -- the same one who appears on the single artwork for the track -- finds a kaleidoscope under his bed.  As he looks through it, we see concert footage from both Coldplay and The Chainsmokers performing the song live, refracted as through though a kaleidoscope. At the end of the clip, the…

posted 2017/06/23 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Adam Lambert announces new song, "Two Fux," coming next Friday

Adam Lambert kicks off a tour with Queen tonight, but he hasn't forgotten about his solo career. The singer has announced that he has a brand-new single coming next Friday, called "Two Fux" -- that's spelled "F-U-X."  He's also posted a brief clip of the song, which features him singing, "Right here, right here, right here/'N imma stay right here."  Then, a guitar part that sounds suspiciously like Queen guitarist Brian May kicks in. It's not clear if this is a single from an upcoming album, or just a standalone.  In addition to this summer's tour, Adam will also be…

posted 2017/06/23 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

As Queen + Adam Lambert hit the road again, Adam says he still has his "pinch me" moments

Adam Lambert has been singing with British rock legends Queen on and off since 2011, and they've done a number of tours together.  But as Queen + Adam Lambert kick off a new tour tonight in Phoenix, Arizona, Adam admits he still can't believe he's now the frontman of the same band whose song he belted out at his American Idol audition. "I do have my 'pinch me' moments, yeah," he tells ABC Radio. "Like, I'll finish a song...and I'll kind of think, 'Is this my life? This is so surreal!'" Adam says he still considers it "such an honor"…

posted 2017/06/23 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR