His latest single, 'This Is America', debuted atop Billboard Hot 100, marking his first No. 1 as well as top ten single on the chart.
Both musicians notch six awards at the Kelly Clarkson-hosted show, with the British singer taking home awards such as Top Artist and Top Male Artist.
The singer fights emotion as she talks about the victims of the latest high school shooting in her native Texas.
The Disney alum and the former country singer surprise fans at the Rose Bowl Stadium in California by performing 'Hands to Myself''.
While the boyband belts out their latest song 'Fake Love', the songstress delivers a medley of hit songs such as Kendrick Lamar's 'HUMBLE.' and Sam Smith's 'Too Good at Goodbyes'.
The Chainsmokers and Halsey remind everyone to pay attention to loved ones dealing with mental health issues, before presenting the Top Hot 100 Song Award.
The British singer performs 'Your Song', 'Tiny Dancer', 'Circle of Life' and 'I'm Still Standing' during the luncheon at St George's Hall.
The singe/actress have to reschedule her Saturday, May 19 gig in Bristol due to 'medical advice.'
When asked about the pop singer's cover of the song, Allie Willis says, 'She just cut a very calm and somewhat boring take of one of the peppiest, happiest, most popular songs in history.'
Meanwhile, Pink's 'Beautiful Trauma' jumps all the way from No. 83 to No. 2 thanks to a deal that pairs concert tickets with a free copy of the album.
The hip-hop star notches six awards, including Top Streaming Song Artist, Top Rap Artist and Top Male Rap Artist.
The singer/songwriter is announced as the winner of Top New Artist prize at the award-giving event.
The drummer of the band takes to Instagram to share a throwback picture of him and the late singer, writing, 'Can't believe it's already been one year since I lost my musical soulmate and special friend Chris Cornell.'
Howie Dorough seems to be interesting in doing the joint tour which many fans are hoping, adding that touring with 'the Spice Girls are probably next level.'
The 'Touch It' hitmaker allegedly canceled his scheduled performance in New Jersey in April to perform in Arizona on the same night instead.
The 'Stronger' singer, who will be hosting the award-giving show, says she's going to 'bounce across the background like Where's Waldo.'
The song finds him singing about a girl who bailed on him in the morning without saying goodbye after having a one-night stand.
The music video is the four-piece girl group's final music video before going on an indefinite hiatus.
Live Nation announces in a statement that the 'Cry Me a River' singer will begin the European leg of his tour on July 3.
The visuals features the seven-piece group dancing along the hip-hop song at various locations, singing about realizing that a love that was thought to be fated was actually a lie.