Scream Nation is announcing the Scream "Back 2 School" Fest 2015 exclusively via Billboard, a series of concerts featuring Rich Homie Quan as a headliner alongside up-and-comers like Silento and K. Camp.
Talk about crew love -- in the brand new music video from American/Danish rockers New Politics, the Fall Out Boy, Panic! At The Disco, and the rest of the DCD2 Records family joined the fun for bringing the track “West End Kids” to life.
Following launches in Chile, Brazil and most recently, Argentina, Lollapalooza is expanding its Latin American reach with the launch of Lollapalooza Colombia. The fest will take place at Parque Simón Bolivar, a huge urban park in the middle of Colombia’s capital, Bogota in the Fall of 2016.
Cnet, the long-running tech website purchased by CBS in 2008 for $1.8 billion, is reportedly under fire from entertainment trade groups over its download subsite, which provides hosting for hundreds of thousands of applications.
Shawn Mendes has fashioned a Hot 100 hit out of his Handwritten highlight “Stitches,” and for a new acoustic version of the track, he called in his pal Hailee Steinfeld, most recently of Pitch Perfect 2 fame.
Just when you thought the “post-punk” tag was getting boring, here’s a new song from the debut album of Publicist UK, a quartet that’s not from the UK, and signed to a traditionally metal label without being especially metal. Check out their Heather Crank-directed video for a new track called “Away,” premiering exclusively via Billboard.
Rise Records act Miss May I, which is on the verge of dropping it fifth album, Deathless (Aug. 7), is rolling out another video from the project. The clip is from the set’s title track, and it premieres today exclusively on Billboard.com.
The Justin Bieber comeback is officially one month away. On Wednesday (July 29), the Biebs stopped by Ryan Seacrest’s syndicated radio show to announce that his new single — the first from his next album — is called “What Do You Mean,” and will be released in 30 days, which means the countdown is on for Aug. 28.
While Metallica fans hunger for that long-awaited new studio album, they’ve got something else to hold them over, even if it’s just for an afternoon. The band’s three-and-a-half-decade-long history is being told in a new comic book.
On the heels of New York magazine's chilling cover story about all the women who've accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault over the years, Janis Ian is coming forward with her own disturbing story about the man.