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Sam Smith was the toast of the Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards in London on Wednesday night when he picked up four top prizes, including the Best Album trophy for his hit debut In The Lonely Hour.
Cyndi Lauper has recruited 50 Cent to perform at a charity concert for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) homeless youth.
Joel Little has graciously accepted the 2014 Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards for Best Producer and Best Engineer with video messages.
Lake South says his nomination for a VNZMA award means he'll have to practise a bit more and write some new songs.
S Club 7 are reuniting in full for the first time in more than a decade for this year's BBC Children In Need appeal.
Nicki Minaj had difficulty keeping awake while she was interviewed for a magazine and dozed off four times during the chat.
Kasabian scooped two of the four awards they were up for, taking home Best Live Act and Best Act In The World Today.
Sinead O'Connor will headline WOMAD NZ next year, with backing from Rufus Wainwright, Richard Thompson and Youssou N'Dour.
A man who once nailed his testicles to the ground in Red Square has sliced off part of his ear in protest at the forced psychiatric treatment of Russian dissidents.
Mike Wesley-Smith's full interview with acclaimed R'n'B artist Aloe Blacc.
Fall Out Boy star Pete Wentz has announced via Twitter that he has joined Cobra Starship as a replacement for departing bassist Alex Suarez.
Ed Sheeran is ashamed of slamming Miley Cyrus at the Grammy Awards, saying her routine was like a stripper's.
The full track listing for Lorde's Hunger Games soundtrack has been announced and includes Kanye West, Grace Jones and Bat For Lashes.
Kesha swore under oath that she had never been intimate with Dr Luke in a 2011 court deposition.
Rapper Chief Keef has reportedly been dropped from his record label, Interscope.
The two-day Blizzard community celebration that is BlizzCon will close this year with a performance by Metallica.
Rocker Alice Cooper refuses to worry about his nightly onstage 'death' stunts going wrong as ending his life in front of a packed house is his ideal way to go.
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