The music industry has an organizational problem -- namely, how does one keep track of all their tracks? With Bounce, Godmode Records co-founders Nick Sylvester and Talya Elitzer have set about developing a solution.
ASCAP and BMI, the two largest performing rights organizations in the U.S., are working together on a single database of musical works in an effort to bolster transparency in the tangled-up world of licensing, it was announced on Wednesday.
Mr. Eazi, a much buzzed-about Nigerian afrobeat artist who has worked with WizKid and has ties to Drake's OVO crew, is Apple Music’s latest ‘Up Next’ Artist, the music streaming platform’s emerging artist franchise.
After notching a record $85 million sale for his Malibu compound in May, David Geffen took a relatively small hit -- at least by his standards -- on the sale of the final piece of his Malibu real estate portfolio.
J Balvin and Willy William's "Mi Gente" has quickly become one of the world's most popular tracks, placing second on Spotify's global music chart now only to the remix of another Spanish-language hit -- "Despacito."
Blind from birth and raised in the remote Galiwin’ku community on Elcho Island, off the coast of Arnhem land in the Northern Territory, Yunupingu went on to become one of Australia’s most important artists and a star on the global stage.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner have superimposed their logos on top of iconic rock album cover art for their newest "vintage" fashion line and Metallica's James Hetfield is not happy about it.
Last month, Kendall and Kylie Jenner stirred up some serious controversy when a T-shirt line debuted that featured the sisters' images and logos superimposed over photos of music icons, including The Notorious B.I.G., Ozzy Osbourne, Pink Floyd and others. There was swift legal action from a Tupac Shakur photographer, whose work was used without permission, and from lawyers representing The Doors, causing the line to be pulled from online retailers and the sisters to apologize.