Cobbs' sophomore album, "One Place Live," opens atop Billboard's Top Gospel Albums chart, while Rend Collective's "As Family We Go" begins at No. 1 on Top Christian Albums. Plus, Plumb posts her third Christian Airplay top 10.
So far we’ve heard “Hallelujah,” and now we’ve got another song from Panic! At the Disco’s new album. Filling in for Zane Lowe on Beats 1 Apple radio today (Sept. 1), Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz premiered a new Panic! song called “Death of a Bachelor.”
The teen singer-songwriter spoke to Billboard about the song on the red MTV Video Music Awards red carpet, saying that the Handwritten single is a good indication of what’s to come on his next full-length.
Music streaming and how the touring industry capitalize on one of those most impactful consumer shifts in music since the advent of the CD will be the topic of a session at the 12th annual Billboard Touring Conference.
Even with its cringe-worthy cracks about blowjobs and masturbation, 'Eddie Reynolds y Los Angeles de Acero' has some charm as a satiric but heart-warming tribute to the pioneers of Latin American rock.
Thanks to a recent contract with Sony Music, Russia's Zvooq has become the country's only fully licensed and independent music service, while the company's unique strategy makes it stand out in the digital music segment.
State Champs' sophomore album "Around the World and Back" (due Oct. 16) is one to mark your calendar for, and we’ve got the premiere of the brand new video for “All You Are Is History.” Yup, it’s a breakup song.
The MTV Video Music Awards may have drawn a reasonably steady audience on Sunday night -- but the kudos did so with the help of 10 networks. On its home channel, the VMAs logged only 5 million viewers during the inaugural 9 p.m. telecast.