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Our music continues to drive popular culture and Billboard recognizes the impact. The publication has announced a new ceremony that will honor select top performers in the industry.

After years of not being recognized by music trade publication Billboard magazine, YouTube views will start being factored in stream data within their charts.

It can’t be stressed enough how much Missy Elliott has changed the game: visually, sonically and with overall originality.

Billboard magazine has completed the cover trifecta started by The Hollywood Reporter and Rolling Stone by giving the legendary N.W.A the cover spot. To flip it on the creative side, they have called upon Kendrick Lamar to handle the interview duties.

Kanye West’s musical prowess is unparalleled and Billboard has decided to give him the dubious honor of covering the Billboard Power 100. Although Yeezy’s track record speaks for itself, he didn’t get the front cover photo-op alone as diva-in-denial Lana Del Rey and the Chairman/CEO of the Universal Music Group, Lucian Grainge also occupy cover […]

For better or worse, love or hate her, Iggy Azalea keeps making noise –– even while on vacation. Today, she covers the latest issue of Billboard magazine. The Aussie rapper currently holds the No.1 spot on "Billboard Hot 100" with her smash hit "Fancy." She also looks pretty impressive on the lid of the music […]

This has been a great week for ScHoolboy Q, who delivered a soon-to-be number one album in his debut, Oxymoron, performed at a pop-up show in his native Los Angeles, and now shares a Billboard Magazine cover with TDE label mate and friend Kendrick Lamar.

Shadymania is upon the Hip-Hop universe in full force. Come this Tuesday, (November 4th), Eminem’s The Marshall Mathers LP 2 officially hits retailers nationwide.

It’s clearly Drake‘s time. As fans anxiously await his third album, Nothing Was The Same, Billboard magazine unveils their fall preview issue cover featuring the OVO founder.

Mike Will Made It has ascended the ranks to become one of Hip-Hop’s top producers over a short period of time. Billboard magazine acknowledged the 24-year-old by featuring him on the cover of the August 17 issue.

His criminal past is behind him, but T.I. is still reflecting on the incidents that led to back-to-back yearlong sentences. In a cover story for Billboard magazine, the father of six revealed some of the big names that lent their support throughout his incarceration, including Will Smith, who went above and beyond the call of duty.