Heather Heyer was killed by a white nationalist at a counter-protest in Virginia.
Capitol Congress, the all-day confab conceived by Capitol Music Group chairman Steve Barnett to highlight the company’s recent successes and future projects, held its fourth edition today (Aug. 9) at Hollywood’s Arclight Cinemas. Among the highlights: new songs premiered by Niall Horan (including a duet with Maren Morris), a Q&A and album update from Sam… […]
The new collection, which will follow summer hits “Malibu” and “Inspired,” promises to be a dramatic step away from the hip-hop, beat-heavy, psychedelic direction the singer took with such recent collaborators as Mike WiLL Made-it and The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne. read more
Fans will soon get a chance to swipe right on a new Björk record.
During a visit last week to the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts, the Liverpool Echo newspaper reports that McCartney told the students, “Sometimes the situation in the world is so crazy that you’ve got to address it.” read more
Paul McCartney may have something to say about Donald Trump on his forthcoming untitled album, according to the Liverpool Echo.
The “Budapest” singer is back with a new single under his belt, a sophomore effort on the horizon and an upcoming show at the Bowery.
Robin Pecknold knows that good things come to those who wait.
Their self-titled third album will arrive Aug. 25. read more
Self-styled “King of Bachata” Romeo Santos 18-track album is released Friday, July 21 — which is also the Bronx native’s 36th birthday.
“In The End,” from 2000’s “Hybrid Theory,” tops the most streamed songs.
Dan Croll’s music career literally happened by accident.
Arcade Fire “Everything Now” (Everything Now/Columbia) To put it in the corniest possible terms, artistic progression can be a stairway to heaven or a slippery slope. The Beatles in the 1960s, David Bowie in the ‘70s and Prince in the ‘80s are gold standards of artists leading audiences to places they didn’t know they wanted… […]
The mystery surrounding JAY-Z’s new album is alive and well — thanks in part to a cryptic commercial called “Kill Jay Z.”
The rapper dropped a new, politically charged spot for his forthcoming release. read more
No scrubs were involved in the making of this upcoming June 30 record.
Jay Z’s busy summer just got even busier.
Steve Earle has always been an outlaw.
Country star Brett Eldredge sits with Access Hollywood and discusses his upcoming album, “Brett Eldredge.” Plus, Brett reveals how having the hit single, “Somethin’ I’m Good At,” alleviates some of the anxiety of releasing an album. “Brett Eldredge” will be available on Aug. 4.