This Day in Music

This Day in Music

2000 - Billboard's Latin Music Awards are webcast for the first time by StarMedia, which hosts the Billboard En Espanol and Billboard Brasil sites.
LIVE REVIEW

LIVE REVIEW

Avril Lavigne, April 15 in Cleveland
AttenCHUN!

AttenCHUN!

Bone Crusher grabs hip-hop by the throat with his So So Def/Arista debut, AttenCHUN! The aggressive Atlanta native is one of many new Southern MCs who are making a name for themselves in the hip-hop game by any means necessary.
Dance Divas

Dance Divas

It's a boa paradise on Dance Divas, a non-stop, 75-minute tour de force of beats and bellows, courtesy of popular New York-based DJ Louie DeVito.
Trance Classics

Trance Classics

What makes a trance classic? For some, angelic vocals surrounded by cascading synths are mandatory.
Now

Now

Five years into a recording career though only 19, Jessica Andrews is confident on Now, which showcases a more mature artist—one who remains a powerhouse vocalist.
Black Cherry

Black Cherry

Goldfrapp's very fine 2000 debut album, Felt Mountain, was a tantalizing mix of twisted torch song, lush cinematic orchestration, and post-Massive Attack electronic beats.
Chris Cagle

Chris Cagle

Chris Cagle's follow-up to the 2000 set Play It Loud offers up a more confident, seasoned version of the party outlaw that first caught country listeners' ears and expands on that image to include more mature, melodic fare.
Shine

Shine

Shine is a minor-key album from a major-key producer, Daniel Lanois, who has worked on landmark recordings with U2, Peter Gabriel, and Bob Dylan.
Milagro

Milagro

Jaci Velásquez's continued expansion is evident in an album that traverses styles, from unadulterated pop to more urban tracks.

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