DeStorm Power attends the 2014 American Music Awards

DeStorm Power Hits Top 10 on Billboard's Social 50 Chart

With newly included metrics from Vine factoring into Billboard's Social 50 chart, Web-grown entertainers/musicians have begun to impact the tally. One of those acts is DeStorm Power, a Los Angeles-based musician and YouTube personality that made his Social 50 debut on the list dated June 27 (the first week Vine and Tumblr metrics were added to list's computation). On the latest chart, Power moves 12-7 to break the Social 50 top 10 for the first time.
Benjamin Burnley

How Did Breaking Benjamin Sell So Many Albums Last Week?

Last week, a number of buzz-worthy albums — including the latest projects from promising pop starlet Tori Kelly, Grammy-approved country artist Kacey Musgraves and R&B newcomer Leon Bridges — were released, and veteran rock band Breaking Benjamin proceeded to lay the smackdown upon all of them.
Dan Auerbach from the Black Keys

President Obama Invites Black Keys to Play White House

Yesterday (July 1), Barack Obama tweeted that he was listening to OutKast’s “Liberation” and the Black Keys’ “Lonely Boy” after a fan asked him for his current favorite songs in a #AskPOTUS sesh. The Black Keys hit him back, asking if they could use Air Force One for their upcoming gigs.
Toby Keith

Toby Keith Wants You to Remember He Invented Country-Rap Back in 1998

With two of its songs -- 'Drunk Americans' and the title track -- already out as singles, Toby Keith is looking forward to the fall arrival of his 18th studio album, '35 MPH Town.' But even though he says "we've got it done," Keith is reserving the right to make some changes between now and its planned October release.