Rita Ora, Classixx, Cypress Hill, Weezer, Juanes, R3hab, John Mayer, Steve Aoki and Kanye West all turned in notable performances on day two of Los Angeles' Made in America. Read on for Billboard’s minute-by-minute highlights.
Annalise Emerick definitely qualifies as a "Road Warrior." Since 2011, the Nashville native has spent a lot of time on the highway, spreading the word about her music. She tells Billboard if you are going to build a career in the music business, full-throttle is the only way to go.
The Atlanta-based emcee and producer caught a lot of attention with the release earlier this year of his self-titled EP, which featured the buzz tracks "I Don't Sell Molly No More" and "Club Goin Up On a Tuesday."
The revered English singer has two albums in the top 10 (The Whole Story at No. 6, Hounds of Love at No. 9), and a further six spread out in the top 40. All up, she has a staggering 11 albums in the top 50.
The first Rodriguez album Cold Fact from 1969 is currently at No. 11, outpacing its previous chart peak of No. 23. Also on this week’s chart, the Searching for Sugar Man soundtrack is at No. 22 and his second and final studio album Coming From Reality (1971) is at No. 25.