"I think when it originally came out, I was so out of it -- like, gone, in this party state -- that I didn’t get a chance to enjoy much of it," Nas told The Hollywood Reporter at the film's world premiere at the Beacon Theatre in New York City, presented by Hennessy V.S. and Beats Music. "Now, I enjoy it a lot more."
April is upon us and that means the return of Major League Baseball. To preview the new season, Billboard.com spoke to a panel of baseball fans from around the music world for a team-by-team preview of their favorite squads.
Liam Finn has filled his new album, "The Nihilist" with a cast of characters navigating through deliciously chilly soundscapes inspired by his adopted city of New York. That's precisely where the track "Burn Up the Road" coalesced, a song that Billboard.com premieres here.
Fun.’s Andrew Dost is entering the world of film and television scoring, beginning with composing music for MTV’s newest scripted series “Faking It.” Dost, a former member of Anathallo who got a taste for scoring in Fun.’s video for “Carry On,” had conversation with MTV’s Ernesto Elias about scoring a show and the timing was perfect for “Faking It” as Fun. was on hiatus from touring and recording.
You wouldn't expect a film about Alice Cooper to be a normal documentary, would you? Of course not. So here comes "Super Duper Alice Cooper," an authorized project that its makers -- Banger Films, the folks behind "Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage" and "Iron Maiden: Flight 666," among others -- have dubbed a "doc opera."