Jess Glynne stopped by the Billboard studio at Coachella to discuss how she cried after learning her song “Holy My Hand” reached No. 1 in the U.K., her plans to release an EP in the United States, and much more.
Ultra Music Festival's clear winner was manager Scooter Braun of SB Projects and School Boy Records, who has a hand in the careers of nearly all of the festival's special guests (Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande and Steve Angello).
James Blake announced that Frank Ocean would be joining him for a brief run of shows around the U.K. via coded Instagram and Twitter posts this morning. The three concerts will take place tonight (April 9) in Bristol, April 10 in Manchester, and April 12 in London.
British trip hop duo Zero 7 is back with an EP that recalls their early, pre-major label days. Featuring appearances from artists like Jose Gonzales, Only Girl, and Danny Pratt (all of whom the group has worked with before), EP3 is most musically connected to the 1999's EP1 and 2000's EP2.
To the untrained eye, Miami Music Week can look a lot like the dance music scene of yesteryear, when glitzy South Beach nightclubs -- and their irksome guest lists and dress codes -- dominated the city's nightlife. But that's slowly changing thanks to a handful of DJs and promoters who are going against the grain by hosting chilled-out showcases in neighborhoods like Wynwood, Miami's hipster mecca which favors brisket and graffiti over champagne and limos.
If you didn't know there was such a thing as a $100,000 bottle of water, you're not the only one. Neither did 2 Chainz or Diplo, but the two found out with a taste test on the newest episode of 2 Chainz's GQ series Most Expensivest Sh*t. And, well, they weren't entirely impressed.
Billboard can't cure a case of the Mondays, but we sure can help you cope. In our new "Mix Mondays" feature, we'll be showcasing five standout mixes and podcasts from a variety of genres for your listening pleasure. Welcome to the work week as you've never heard it before.