Miley Cyrus’ “We Can’t Stop” has become the fastest video to reach 100 million views across VEVO platforms ever, since its June 19, 2013 premiere.
Robin Thicke has finally scored his first #1 album on the Billboard 200 Albums chart with ‘Blurred Lines,’ which has sold a total of 177,000 copies in its first week.
“Bunch of fuckin’ drones / Bunch of drones, can’t think for your own…” Ab-Soul ‘s raging new “Christopher DRONEr” takes on anyone who has become a mind-controlled, programmed robot.
Dynamic singer-rapper duo denitia and sene. continue their journey of making beautiful music together with a new offering titled, “it’s your fault.”
New York City’s SummerStage is paying homage to the city’s rich Dominican culture with three nights of free live Bachata performances by Aventura’s Toby Love, Latin Grammy-nominated singer Andy Andy, and NY-bred group Bachata Heightz.
Adding to the list of 2013 pop music excitement, Katy Perry has unveiled the title and release date of her upcoming fourth studio album ‘Prism.’
Following criticism of album artwork for her upcoming debut, Ariana Grande has ditched the “sexy babydoll” look for something a bit more appropriate.
Artists of the body, mind, film, and music met forces with Jay-Z in an incredible performance art film for the rapper’s “Picasso Baby.”
The tracklisting for Goodie Mob’s highly-anticipated album ‘Age Against The Machine’ reveals appearances from T.I. and Janelle Monáe.
Kanye West is putting his attention where his heart is — Chicago’s at-risk youth — many of whom will have a chance to attend his new music program, Got Bars.
Beyoncé, who is one of “Summer’s Hottest Girls” on the cover of Grazia Germany #31, has hit the reset button for upcoming fifth studio album.
Pharrell Williams/Jermaine Dupri protégé Leah LaBelle stopped by the Rap-Up studios to give a stripped-down version of her single “Lolita” and a cover of Pharrell’s Daft Punk collaborative hit, “Get Lucky.”
This month’s edition of Excursions, Chicago’s underground dance exploration into diverse sounds of deep house music, will feature a special set by Christian Vera of Soulphonetics.
UK soul crooner Daley debuts his new single “Broken,” a vocally exceptional, mid-tempo progressive ballad which finds the singer giving up on love.
Several big music acts have now joined the boycott against Florida: Madonna, Usher, Justin Timberlake, Jay-Z, Mary Mary, Rod Stewart, R. Kelly, Rihanna, Alicia Keys, Kanye West, Trey Songz, Young Jeezy, Wale, and more.
Out of the many Trayvon Martin tribute songs recently released, Raheem DeVaughn and Styles P’s “Trigger Man” stands out as a haunting letter directed toward George Zimmerman.
Rapper J. Cole has mastered the art of a genuine apology, as he seems to truly regret offending even one person with a line about autism on Drake’s “Jodeci Freestyle.”
‘Brothers Hypnotic,’ a documentary on the 8 brothers who make up the remarkable sounds of the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, is screening in NYC on July 27th.