The debut week sales forecast for Taylor Swift's 1989 is now upped to 1.2 million units as the artist's album has already sold nearly 727,000 copies at just three merchants, iTunes, Target and Walmart, according to industry sources.
Now that everyone has heard the full album, though, we can collectively speculate: what will the official follow-up single to “Shake It Off” be? On Thursday, Swift’s label Big Machine/Republic gave us the answer.
Eight women have now come forward with detailed and similar stories of sexual assault and harassment by former Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) golden boy Jian Ghomeshi, including Trailer Park Boys' actress Lucy DeCoutere, the only woman to date who has put her name to the allegations.
Latin pop stars Luis Fonsi, Ricardo Montaner, Jesse & Joy, Gloria Trevi, Pablo Alborán and Natalia Jiménez, along with Dominican bachatero Frank Reyes, will headline Spanish Broadcasting Systems’ annual Amor a Nuestra Música multi-act show, taking place Dec. 5 at Nassau Coliseum.
Finalists for the 2014 Billboard Touring Awards, including One Direction, Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake, Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Rolling Stones, Arcade Fire, Jason Aldean and Paul McCartney, will be announced today.
Death is all over James’ new album, La Petite Mort, but you wouldn’t know it from a cursory listen. It’s a triumphant experience, one that manages to support a billowing, seven-minute opening track and bloom into the sort of album where it seems a gospel choir could be around every corner.