The album will be dedicated to band leader Angus Young's brother, who was forced to retire from the band to battle early onset dementia.
The remastered edition of 'Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?' will hit stores on October 19.
The Imagine Dragons frontman writes on Twitter, 'There is never an ok time to say the word f****t I don't care who you are.'
Due to the massive success of his third album 'Astroworld', many have speculated that it might be nominated for Album of the Year at 2019 Grammy Awards.
The 'Nasty' singer recently shared that she hoped to collaborate with the Finesse hitmaker one day.
After taking customers' orders, the Trinidadian beauty would 'write raps on my order notepad about what they said or what they were wearing.'
Meanwhile, Ozuna scores the biggest week for a Latino artist as his sophomore album 'Aura' debuts at No. 7 on the chart.
The rapper/actor pokes fun at Kanye's support for Donald Trump in the 'Feels Like Summer' clip, which also features animated version of Rihanna, Michael Jackson and Beyonce.
According to concertgoers, halfway through the song, Bono lost his voice.
Due to scheduling conflict, the singer has chosen to pull out of the Meteor Festival headlining set, and delay her first gig in Israel until a later date.
Justin Vernon, who is featured on one of Eminem's new tracks, claims he has 'asked them to change the track,' but the rapper 'wouldn't do it'
The former 'American Idol' star stepped up to replace rock veteran Paul Rodgers as Queen's guest frontman in 2011.
Other stars honoured at Thursday's BMI bash included The Weeknd, who received Song of the Year for "I Feel It Coming", and music executive Metro Boomin.
According to an insider, the set's lack of early success has sparked fears his album won't match the success of his bandmates.
The song finds the 29-year-old rapper attacking his fellow rapper for his past relationship with Halsey, rapping, ' 'Him & I's' on, bet you're listening to Halsey sing to me.'
Charlamagne Tha God, Machine Gun Kelly, Joe Budden and Lil Yachty are among the people whom Slim Shady disses on the new set.
The 68-year-old veteran singer performs 'The Lord's Player' on his harmonica before launching into his hit song 'As'.
The singer, who plays the late Queen of Soul in her upcoming biopic, delivers a rendition of 'Amazing Grace'.
While the country singer sings 'What a Friend We Have in Jesus', the Nickelodeon alum belts out, 'Natural Woman'.
'Everything a Good Man Needs' will be released on longtime pal Scott Sharrard's new LP, 'Saving Grace'.