This week, a former Olympian reveals a new self, and a family clan is getting even bigger.
This week, there’s more One Direction drama and apparently hip-hop is bigger than the Beatles.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s lawsuit against the co-founder of YouTube over leaked footage of their marriage proposal should move forward, a California appeals court ruled Wednesday.
While fashion has managed to remain the focal point of New York Fashion Week, there are still a few key events that grabbed everyone’s attention.
This week, an acclaimed rapper wasn’t pleased with a GRAMMY decision and a late night staple will be looking for a new host soon.
He also said the Kardashian’s should own part of E!.
The song was only released days ago, but Rihanna’s collaboration with Kanye West and Paul McCartney got its first public performance on the 57th Annual GRAMMYs.
When Kanye West shows up at the GRAMMYs, everyone usually braces for a barrage of complaints. But this year, Kanye is set to perform two pretty sweet songs.
They’re going to perform “FourFiveSeconds” together for the first time.
Rich discussed New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s appearance in the box of Dallas Cowboy’s Owner Jerry Jones and the tension between New York Mayor Bill De Blasio and the city’s police department. He talked with Dr. Anthony Tobia who uses Seinfeld characters in his psychiatry class at Rutgers, Tim Smith, the attorney for a teacher in New Jersey who denies having sex with a student, and North Carolina Congressman Walter Jones.
Radio.com’s 14 favorite photos of the year include Beyoncé becoming an American icon, Taylor Swift trying to one-up Ellen’s Oscars selfie and a very sad Kanye proving zip lining isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
To help ease your stress this holiday season, Radio.com came up with a foolproof gift guide for all those music lovers in your life. Seriously, nothing says happy holidays like an inflatable confetti banana from Miley Cyrus or a painting of Taylor Swift’s cats.
This week, a rapper battles anti-Semitism allegations, a “Cake Boss” gets drunk, and ‘The Big Bang Theory’ loses a star.
At least 44,000 people packed the Ben Franklin Parkway on the first day of the two-day festival.
There are 4 stages at Philadelphia’s “Made in America” music festival. Ticket holders say the price of admission will be well worth it, and they’re looking forward to the eclectic mix of performances.