Transparency isn't something that we can wait around for. We need transparency now. Without it, we will have squandered the potential of a truly global music industry built on great content and innovative delivery systems.
Well, this is upsetting. Drake and Die Antwoord are both currently playing Australia’s Future Music Festival, which hits five cities on the continent between Feb. 28 and March 9. Following the March 1 show in Perth, Die Antwoord’s Yolandi Visser called Drake a “massive f--got” over Instagram.
Los Angeles radio DJ Nic Harcourt has built a reputation for spotting promising talent early on and assures Klane has that special something. Billboard has the exclusive premiere of her black and white spy-themed music video "Fingerprints" here.
Since 2013’s "Same Trailer, Different Park," it seems like the whole industry has been pulling for Kacey Musgraves to have a bona fide hit. it hasn’t happened yet, but “Biscuits” -- the first single off her forthcoming sophomore major label album -- sure sounds like the ticket.
If you’re into any kind of edgy pop, R&B, or even EDM music, we’ve got a feeling you’re going to dig this one. The "Voice" season 1 alumnus Lily Elise has a killer new single called “Taken” that’s a mesmerizing mix of a little of all three.
Toto's David Paich acknowledges that he thought 2006's "Falling in Between" was "going to be our last album, ever." But a combination of resurgence, legalities and genuine creative desire led to the making of "Toto IV," a new album featuring co-founders Paich, fellow keyboardist Steve Porcaro and guitarist Steve Lukather, along with longtime singer Joseph Williams.
Producer and songwriter Emile Haynie is very excited to talk about his first album, We Fall, but not for the reasons you might expect. "It's kind of weird when you're a producer speaking on someone else's work," says Haynie, whose eye-poppingly all-star resume includes work on Lana Del Rey's 2012 LP Born to Die, "Runaway" by Kanye West, Kid Cudi's Man on the Moon albums, and Eminem's Recovery, for which he won a 2010 Grammy Award. "You have to be pretty careful. Now, I can say pretty outlandish shit."