Billboard wanted the full experience, waiting until today -- when servers would be overloaded, when frustration and at least a thimble of excitement could be drunk -- to download, test and write about the app, along with the rest of the world.
Apple got some bad news today (Jun. 30), the same day of its Apple Music launch. An appeals court judge found that Apple conspired to fix e-book prices, agreeing with a lower court judge that ruled against the company in 2013.
You might already be familiar with Joanie Wolkoff as the former vocalist of Her Habits. However, the singer-songwriter is currently operating under her surname, Wolkoff, with a debut EP set to arrive this August.
The Game was ordered to pay his former nanny Karen Monroe more than $200,000 in damages following a 2013 Instagram rant where he accused her of doing "very inappropriate and unbecoming things of a babysitter."
"Sometimes it's hard to be a woman," Tammy Wynette croons on the first line on her 1968 classic "Stand By Your Man." In recent years that's proven particularly true in commercial country, where a fairly anonymous army of beer-swilling dudes in plaid shirts have dominated the charts. The crest of so-called “bro-country” recently earned seemingly infallible stars like Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton the dubious distinction of being the lettuce in the country "salad," while the women are the tomatoes (far less plentiful, on purpose) -- at least according to one guileless country radio programmer who used that ill-advised metaphor to explain the lack of women on his playlist.
The Supreme Court’s legalization of same sex marriage has Bono being all Bono-y again. And after his cycling injury delayed U2’s North American Innocence + Experience Tour, it’s good to have him back at full force.
More than a week after the controversy started, organizers have finally released a statement to the press, distancing itself from brouhaha, not mentioning the name Trump anywhere in the document and stating the show will go on.