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Pitbull sets U.S. tour

Pitbull and AEG Live will bring his "Mr. Worldwide's Carnaval" tour to 19 cities in the U.S. this summer, in what will be the bilingual rapper's biggest domestic tour to date.

Sony preps Santana’s ‘Supernatural’ reissue

A decade after sweeping the Grammys, Santana's "Supernatural" will be re-issued as a two-volume set with unreleased tracks Feb. 16. "Supernatural: Legacy Edition" on Sony will contain a re-mastered…

Taylor Swift, Gaga win pre-telecast Grammys

Taylor Swift, pictured, Lady Gaga and Beyonce were early Grammy winners Sunday during the awards pre-telecast from Los Angeles' Staples Center.

Blige, Saadiq sing a ‘Precious’ song

Mary J. Blige discusses the soundtrack tune "I Can See in Color" at The Hollywood Reporter/Billboard Film & TV Music Conference.

TV and music execs talk ‘Glee’

Executives from Fox and Columbia joined members of the Fox musical "Glee" at The Hollywood Reporter/Billboard Film & TV Music Conference to discuss what's driven millions of "Glee" song downloads and…

Nelly Furtado hits Latin sales high

Nelly Furtado's Spanish-language "Mi Plan" is the highest-selling Latin pop album debut this year, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Juan Gabriel named Person of Year

Legendary singer-songwriter Juan Gabriel has been named the Latin Recording Academy's 2009 Person of the Year.

Digital surge could follow iTunes in Mexico

An expected surge in smart-phone sales could bode well for the iTunes music store's belated entry into Latin America.

Hannah Montana tops Hot 100

Hannah Montana edges out Mariah Carey on the Billboard Hot 100 this week, as Miley Cyrus' TV alter ego claims her first top 10 on the chart.

Black Eyed Peas in top two Hot 100 spots

After 11 weeks at No. 1 with "Boom Boom Pow," the Black Eyed Peas are right behind themselves at No. 2 with the debut of "I Gotta Feeling" on the Billboard Hot 100 this week.

30H!3 breaks into Hot 100 top ten

Boulder, Colorado's 3OH!3 is the newest resident on the Billboard Hot 100's top ten this week, with its chart debut "Don't Trust Me" jumping four spots to No. 9.

Swine flu hurts Mexican concert industry

In the wake of the recent swine flu outbreak, Ticketmaster's Mexican Web site resembled an airport departure screen during a snow storm, with rows of concert listings followed by the same word…