Mumford & Sons Heading For No. 1, On Track To Pass Bieber's 2012 Record

This is huge.

Mumford and Sons used to be the "Little Lion Man" that could, but this week, the band is proving to have massive momentum in the music industry. According to industry insiders, the English folk rockers' latest album Babel is on track to sell as much as 600,000 copies by Sunday, easily nabbing the No. 1 spot on next week's album charts. This will be the band's first chart-topper.

Ed Sheeran Beefs Up U.S. Tour As He Gains on Radio

British singer Ed Sheeran's steady climb in the U.S. continues this week. Having spent 10 weeks on the Billboard 100, his song "The A Team" jumped last week from No. 69 to No. 61. And as the track is now being picked up in more markets, it's likely to climb again on the new charts when they are announced on Thursday.

Preview: Ellie Goulding Will Be October Cover Story

Fitting perfectly in the company of previous covers such as fun. and Gotye, British songstress Ellie Goulding is one of the year’s hottest music makers (and chart-toppers). Her hit song “Lights” has overtaken radio airwaves and topped multiple Billboard charts, and her music has been covered and parodied all across the Web. Her new album Halcyon releases on Oct. 9, and it’s clear this is only the beginning for the young singer.

PSY's 'Gangnam Style' Sets World Record For Most Likes on YouTube

In the latest example of the Internet's power, it's been an incredibly quick rise for South Korea's PSY. Now the rapper has another notch in his belt as he sets a Guinness World Record this week for Most Likes on YouTube. With more than 2,141,758 likes -- despite 110,000+ dislikes -- he passes the previous record set by LMFAO’s "Party Rock Anthem," Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know," Justin’s Bieber’s "Baby" and Adele’s "Rolling in the Deep."

Green Day Frontman Going to Rehab Following Onstage Meltdown

If you've talked to anyone who attended or watched this weekend's iHeartRadio Music Festival, most of them were talking about Green Day singer Billie Joe Armstrong's onstage freak-out. According to an announcement by the band's rep on Sunday, it wasn't planned and it hasn't gone unnoticed, as the punk rocker is now entering rehab for substance abuse.

Best Coast Going on Tour with Green Day

Two California-born bands are going on tour together, but until now, they may have seemed unlikely as tour mates. Following a string of dates that begins with the iHeartRadio Music Festival on Sept. 21, punk rockers Green Day will be joined by indie rockers Best Coast. Their joint dates begin in Rosemont, Ill., on Jan. 8.

Lauryn Hill to Tour This Fall With Nas

If you've been waiting for Lauryn Hill's long-awaited return, you're in luck. Ahead of the release of her new single, Ms. Hill is hitting the road with another hip-hop great, Nas. While she has performed a few times in the couple of years, she has been cryptic about future plans until recently.

Usher Joins 'The Voice'; Adam Levine & Blake Shelton Staying Next Season

The Voice is only one week in to its third season, but execs are already hard at work planning for round 4.

NBC has confirmed that Usher will replace Cee Lo Green next season as Green focuses on other projects, including a solo album, a comedy series and a residency in Las Vegas. Christina Aguilera, whose album Lotus releases in November, will also be taking a break while promoting her music. She will be replaced by...Shakira.

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