The rap trivia start-up website has racked up 4 million responses since launching Thursday
The self-proclaimed "number-one rock star on the planet" launched into another predictable tirade
Founder Iovine departs for Apple in massive Beats by Dre acquisition
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Justin Timberlake is your Top Artist, Lorde wins trophy for best newcomer
The rapper wonders did he "take it too far, 'Cleaning Out My Closet' and all of them other songs"
The pair reunite at the awards ceremony to perform the single
Sunday promises to be a "Monster" of a night
Antoine Fuqua is directing the Weinstein Company movie from a script by Kurt Sutter ("Sons of Anarchy")
Slim Shady's most recent CD 'Marshall Mathers LP II' has sold over 2 million copies
The performers will hit New York, Detroit and Los Angeles in August
Academy confirms booking first reported by TheWrap
Trebek is just another MC in "Jeopardy"
Overall low selling year for albums, but singles have thrived, according to Billboard
Artists filed class action suit for unpaid royalties from digital downloads and ringtones in 2012
Ricky "Lord Infamous" Dunigan had suffered a heart attack in 2010
That "Applause" Gaga is hearing these days has been reduced to a polite golf-clap
Anything to sell a few more albums
In metered markets, the pop singer ties Kerry Washington and Eminem's episode
The underwhelming album sales won't touch her previous effort's 1.1 million -- Amazon promo or not
That middle finger in the air? Yes, Slim Shady is saying he's No. 1
Katy Perry, Bruno Mars, Justin Bieber, One Direction and Macklemore & Lewis were also among those honored
Look out, Amsterdam
The last to do it? A little band called The Beatles -- maybe you've heard of them
Despite what some media claimed, "Berzerk" rapper wasn't pulling an Ashlee Simpson on "Saturday Night Live"
The "Scandal" star helped NBC's sketch show address its diversity problem
Musicians on YouTube have a surprisingly large fan base in the Philippines
YouTube artist Lindsey Stirling has more fans than any other violinist on the video site, but mainstream success is next
Fans can listen to the entire "Marshall Mathers LP 2," which comes out on Tuesday
Even Kerry Washington can't cheer up the unhappy rapper