Sony’s posthumous Michael Jackson release, Michael, hits stores next week, and the first video from the project, “Hold My Hand,” premiered this week.

According to XConnect: Akon Disputes Will.i.am Over Jackson Album! Will.i.am blasted sony Music’s soon-to-be-released Michael Jackson album, Michael, saying that it was “disrespectful” for other artists to finish the tracks that Michael started working on before he died. But Akon, who collaborated with Jackson on the recently-released single “Hold My Hand,” thinks that Will is wrong. ‘Kon tells […]

It’s funny that we came across this little ditty just mere minutes after catching the season finale of Showtime’s “Weeds” (so that’s Plan C, huh?).

In less than a month, the first collection of unreleased songs from the King Of Pop, Michael, will be released and Sony has just issued the first “official” single from the album, Michael Jackson’s 2008 duet with Akon, “Hold My Hand.”

With the Michael Jackson Estate pleased with the efforts to authenticate the vocals on Michael’s new single, “Breaking News,” the album’s tracklist has been revealed and features several of music’s biggest talents.

Akon has announced the launch of a new foundation to help serve under privileged children in Africa.

Akon fans in Melbourne, Australia won’t get a chance to see the star perform when the Summerbeatz 2010 tour rolls into their hometown because of a past incident at an Akon show.

When Forbes’ “Hip-Hop’s Cash Kings 2010 List” dropped, the fans and critics became enthralled with rapper portfolios. The discussion almost always came back to, “Where are they getting this money?” It’s fair to wonder since sales for music have been on a steady decline and the list is touted as “Highest Paid Rappers” round-up. So […]

Forbes Magazine recently released their list of the 10 most financially successful rappers in the business.

I still maintain that this remake should have never happened, especially under Quincy’s watch.