In anticipation of Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards, Spotify has predicted the show's winners for the top music music categories and says Ed Sheeran's "Thinking Out Loud" is going to come out with the biggest award of the night -- video of the year.
'If You're Reading This It's Too Late,' Drake's so-called mixtape unleashed without warning or advance promotion in February, is the top-selling album released in 2015. So imagine what his proper studio album in the works since 2014, 'Views From the 6,' could do.
To say that 2015 has been a whirlwind in the life and careers of Maddie & Tae would definitely be an understatement. From watching their 2014 single debut “Girl In A Country Song” top the Country Airplay chart as well as the success of their follow-up “Fly,” (currently no. 75 on the Hot 100), it has been a year to remember.
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian just settled their lawsuit against YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley, whom they sued in 2013 after he secretly took video of (and eventually leaked) their proposal in San Francisco's AT&T Park.
Christina Milian shared a heartbreaking message on her Facebook page Wednesday night, relaying the news that her sister's baby, Richie, died just a day after he was born with a rare birth defect, according to People.
Is there any doubt the return of Empire is this fall’s most-anticipated TV event? After its January premiere, Fox’s soap about a family-owned rap/R&B record label became a ratings juggernaut (16.5 million viewers watched the season finale) with a real-world music-biz impact: Its soundtrack topped the Billboard 200.
It's a sad week on the Must-Hear Music podcast. Core member Erika Ramirez -- who's been on the MHM podcast since the first episode -- is leaving Billboard and therefore leaving the podcast's regular crew.
Tinashe is an admitted member of the more-is-more school of thought: "I grew up in the era of steady content, every day, all day," says the 22-year-old, calling in from her tour with Nicki Minaj days after playing Billboard tracks off her upcoming sophomore LP in a downtown Manhattan studio. "Days off drive me crazy -- I just sit around and I think about all the shit I could be doing."
Faces fans will have their ears full on Friday with the release of 'Faces: You Can Make Me Dance, Sing or Anything (1970-75),' a five-disc box set that includes expanded editions of the group's four studio albums -- including the unreleased "Whole Lotta Woman" added to 1971's 'Long Player' -- and a bonus disc of other rarities. And there may be more to come from the group's vaults in the future, according to drummer Kenney Jones.