50 Cent Enlists The R&B Flair Of Beyonce Hitmaker Rich Harrison

'I'd [wanted] to do some more hip-hop stuff, but someone's got to trust it,' says producer behind 'Crazy in Love.'

For The Record: Quick News On Lindsay Lohan, Britney Spears, Kevin Federline, Jessica Simpson & More

Lohan robbed at London airport; Federline marvels at Spears' career; Simpson chooses next single.

DJ Premier's Resume Gets Even Hotter: Collabs With Aguilera, Amerie, Nas On Tap

Legendary producer says Christina is 'mad cool, man.'

Amerie Dolls Up For The Grammys With Diamonds, Pearls And Pizza

'I like bling, but not too much bling,' she says.

Mariah Wins Big, Mary J. Gets Emotional At Peaceful Vibe Awards

Carey took four trophies; Blige was presented with the V Legend Award.

For The Record: Quick News On Young Buck And Lloyd Banks, Courtney Love, Ciara, Eminem, Amerie & More

Buck, Banks due in court in December; bench warrants issued for Love; Simon Cowell sued.

Amerie Goes With Her Favorite For Next Single

Director Chris Robinson will likely helm clip for 'Talkin' About.'

Game Ends 50 Cent Truce With Verbal Attacks At Summer Jam

Game's set will be most discussed, but Jay-Z appearance was the show's high point.

Springsteen's Latest Leaves Mariah, Rob Thomas In The Dust

Devils & Dust secures Billboard's #1 spot its first week out.

Amerie Touches Up Her Go-Go Skills On New Record

Booty-bouncing songstress infuses April 26 release with percussive D.C. sound.

New Releases: Amerie, Bruce Springsteen, New Order, Dresden Dolls & More

Also due Tuesday are albums from Eels, Feist, Ben Folds and Johnathan Rice.

Amerie Shoots Down Goody-Goody Image, Says 'I'm Not A Prude'

'I wanted to give more of myself on this album,' singer says of Touch, which comes out April 26.

Amerie Growing Up But Keeping Her Clothes On, Thank You

Singer says new album, Touch, is more up-tempo, mature.

Ashanti, Amerie Lead Pack Of Nominees For Soul Train Awards

50 Cent, Nappy Roots, Justin Timberlake also nab nominations.

Springsteen Shows Who's Boss On Billboard Albums Chart

Scarface debuts at #4, Trick Daddy at #6, Project Pat at #12.

Springsteen Debuts On Top; Linkin Park Settle For Second

Amerie, Filter, Beth Orton, Def Leppard also make chart debuts.

In Stores Now And Coming Soon: New Music From Linkin Park, Bruce Springsteen, Amerie, Filter & More

From Ja Rule To Cam'ron, MCs Blaze Airwaves With Unauthorized Remixes

Legality-tweaking tracks not just for underground anymore.