How did a homeless kid from Boston transform himself into a major kingpin called Bac Guai John?
The album is the celebrated singer-songwriter's first studio release in six years
Reclusive rapper dominates new version of pulsating "Take U There"
The "One Night, Two Cities, All Music" gala will take place simultaneously at the Omni Dallas Hotel and Fort Worth Zoo
Chicago-born, Houston-raised poet premieres powerful new video
The remarkable rise of Scott Colton, a WWE castoff who became an indie mainstay – and the Internet's favorite interviewer
Cyndi Lauper, Linda Perry, Willie Dixon and Bobby Braddock also set for induction
Singer and 'Tonight Show' host recreate their favorite moves, like the 'Flashdance' bucket, at New York sporting events
Chuck Palahniuk and Cameron Stewart's 10-issue sequel mixes brutal violence and absurd comedy
On her gorgeous breakup album, Joni Mitchell and reclaiming her voice
As his annual breast cancer benefit hits the decade mark, the singer will also donate a portion of his entire tour's ticket sales to the cause
"Hip-hop has done more damage to black and brown people than racism in the last 10 years," talk show host tells HuffPost Live
Band recruits Richard Hell, Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Nick Zinner and Miike Snow's Andrew Wyatt for "I Can't Breathe"
Show will feature more than 125 pieces of artist's conceptual works
'South Park' co-creator Matt Stone and Vertical Horizon frontman also participate
Singer-songwriter performs his friend's 1976 love song, "I'd Have to Be Crazy"
Promo spoofs pop star's 2014 vandalism charge for whipping eggs at neighbor's house
Indie-pop icon will play 26-song sets organized alphabetically by title
How 'What We Do in the Shadows' spins a faux-doc about bloodsuckers into comic gold
'Sports Illustrated' fleshed out its Nashville Swimville party with music and models Hannah Davis and Lily Aldridge