This Day in Music History

3 Sep 2008

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R&B singer Ne-Yo was awarded $700,320 (£395,580) after he was dropped from a US tour with R. Kelly. The singer claimed he was fired as Kelly’s opening act last November because fans and critics preferred him – an allegation his co-star denied.

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2 Sep 1996

Michael Jackson earns his 12th and final solo #1 with “You Are Not Alone” Pop star Michael Jackson's song “You Are Not Alone” reaches number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100—his 12th #1 hit. Jackson’s incredible run of chart-topping hits began in 1972 with the release of his fifth single, “Ben,” from the motion picture of the same name. A touching ballad about a sensitive boy’s devotion to a rat, […]

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