Earlier this year, Pierce Fulton landed on everyone's radar with his surging single "Runaway," which topped the Billboard Twitter Trending 140 chart. Today his latest release, the euphoric "Kuaga," gets another boost thanks to a new vocal mix premiering exclusively on Billboard.
It was only a matter of time until someone tracked down where all the "Bad Blood" video's memorable costumes came from. And it turns out -- surprise! -- the outfits in Taylor Swift's clip come from a fetish fashion boutique.
Meg Myers’ debut album is almost here. She was in a pre-coffee state when she stopped by Billboard’s New York office, but the excitement was there. After a couple EPs, a bunch of videos, and turning heads with singles like “Desire” and “Sorry,” Meg is about to unleash her first full length of electric cello-backed rockers, ragers, and…. vibey vibes?
Whatever might be debated about the inaugural Rock in Rio USA -- an uneven lineup and fuzzy attendance numbers are among the contested issues -- no one could argue that the two-weekend gathering in Las Vegas wasn't as comfortable as any ever produced.
“I was always aware of kind of where women were at, or the lack of [female voices], but for me I always try to focus on what I was doing,” Ballerini says. “I just wanted to make good music, and I prayed and hoped that it would work.”
Jamie xx's brand-new single "I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)" with Young Thug and Popcaan features a sample from classic a capella group The Persuasions' 1972 song "Good Times." The sample lends the song both its title and its hook, much like Rod Stewart's recording "In A Broken Dream" did for the recent A$AP Rocky release "Everyday." The difference? The Persuasions are uncredited on the track, and according to original member/de facto manager Jimmy Hayes, were never contacted about clearing the sample.
When Beyoncé ascended the stairs at the Met Gala on May 4, her sheer Givenchy gown made the best-dressed lists -- but it was her killer curves that stole the show. Her secret? Marco Borges, 43, the guy who convinced Bey to replace guilty pleasures like fried chicken and pizza with vegan alternatives.