The gold hearse that has ferried Whitney Houston's body across New Jersey took her coffin on its final journey yesterday, to the cemetery in Westfield where she was laid to rest in a private ceremony.
But as the singer tells Nick Haramis, she is still a determinedly private person
They may not have known it, but users of MP3 players, CDs or DVDs have probably been breaking the law for years as they transferred their favourite song from one format to another.
With dubstep entering the mainstream – especially with Mercury Prize nominee Katy B's pop blend of the genre – it may be a surprise to some teenagers that dubstep is not a new thing.
He may be on a colossal global arena tour, but as Charlotte Cripps finds out, R&B star Usher doesn't go far without a few home comforts...
Jay-Z and Kanye West’s collaboration is going to be a massive hit, says Elisa Bray. Just don’t expect too much subtlety
West London three-piece White Lies and their new album, Ritual, disprove the notion that rock is dead, says Gillian Orr
New faces join class of 2011 – but the plot needs homework
As 6 Music faces the axe, Pierre Perrone argues that it does not deserve to be saved
A top talent caught between Roberta and the ringtone
James Morrison's new tune "You Give me Something", Kings of Leon's new album 'Aha Shake Heartbreak', Jazmine Sullivan's album 'Fearless', and Jay-Z's song "Empire State of Mind" with Alicia Keys.
"Don't call it a comeback, no, I been here for years/Through all the drama and the pain and all the tears", sings Whitney on "Salute", one of a couple of songs here custom-built for her by R Kelly.
Bond gets the better of White and Keys
In an ever-expanding fashion world, Brazil has a growing international profile, says Rachel Shields
Paul Taylor, previously a volunteer worker at the Agape Orphanage in South Africa, returned there to make this documentary about its young residents, most of whom have lost their parents to Aids.