It has been nearly 20 years since The Spice Girls exploded onto the pop music scene with "Wannabe." As the monumental anniversary approaches, fans around the world have one burning question -- will there be a reunion?
The popularity of digital radio services in the United States has turned into big money for the record industry. SoundExchange announced Wednesday it has distributed over $3 billion in digital performance royalties to record labels and performing artists since 2003.
The Weeknd has had no trouble blowing up the charts with his last two singles, making fans eager for the Aug. 28 release of his new album, Beauty Behind The Madness. He unveiled the album's tracklist via social media Tuesday (Aug. 4), and fans have two more reasons to be excited: Ed Sheeran and Lana Del Rey.
Did American Idol try to jump on the transgender bandwagon? That is what 21-year old musician Ryan Cassata –a transgender singer, songwriter, and activist-asserts happened when he was contacted by a casting director after initially being rejected by the show.
Jon Stewart is wrapping up his final week on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart this week, and as part of his goodbyes he joined the show's podcast to give fans a behind the scenes look of the show about... the food on set.
Just over a month after they announced their official return as a foursome, Wonder Girls broke their nearly three-year hiatus with "I Feel You" -- their spectacular new single that refreshes their sound as much as their new lineup.
The advent of social media has brought a new type of connectedness and an easier way to share thoughts and content across the world. It also allows companies like fast food chain Whataburger to add to the beef when music artists feud, as was the case in last week's squabble between Philadelphia-born rapper Meek Mill and Canadian crooner, Drake.
Yandel soars 13-1 on the Latin Airplay chart dated Aug. 15 with “Calentura,” notching his fourth solo chart-topper on the list (additional to the 10 he previously logged as part of urban duo Wisin & Yandel). The reggaeton track rises 73 percent in its 14th week on the chart, to 11.7 million audience impressions in the week ending Aug. 2, according to Nielsen Music.