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We asked Canadian DJ duo to provide Sultan + Shepard to deliver 10 tunes for your house party playlist that include songs from the likes of Prince, Jay Z, Daft Punk, Outkast and Queen.
Released late last night and sent out to radio promptly, the new Benny Blanco-produced track comes with a tropical beat that may be hitting the tail end of that pop-dance trend.
Amazon has officially entered the on-demand streaming game.
The 12-date holiday Jingle Ball tour has announced its roster of artists who will perform at arenas across the United States. Among those on the bill are Justin Bieber, Diplo, Ariana Grande, Britney Spears, Bruno Mars and Meghan Trainor. The lineup ...
Depeche Mode has announced the release of their new album, Spirit, slated for release in the spring of 2017.
Solange's album Seat at the Table how quickly grown from the number one most talked about album on social media to the number one album on the Billboard 200 chart.
Skrillex, Andrew Wyatt and studio hangs with Missy Elliot are all part of what could be in store for 24K Magic.
Drake leads field with a historic 13 nominations, two greater than the mark set by Michael Jackson in 1984 with 11
Phantogram deliver their strongest work to date on this brooding and at times remarkable new album.
Bruno Mars has done it again.
The legendary Prince will be honored on Oct. 13 in St. Paul Minnesota for a once-in-a-lifetime event that will include tributes of several huge artists, including Stevie Wonder, Christina Aguilera, Tori Kelly and John Mayer. ...
Without much warning, the Canadian musician just unleashed seven new music videos on her socials, four of her own from Art Angels.
The Australian version of the Grammys, the ARIA Awards, has announced its 2016 nominees. Flume leads the pack by a wide margin with 11 nominations in total. He is followed by Troye Sivan with seven and The Avalanches, Sia and Illy all with six.
Lana Del Rey is encouraging her younger fans to vote in the 2016 Presidential election between candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. The singer posted a video to Instagram about a week ago to express how important the election is to her.
Demi Lovato recently trashed Taylor Swift and her “Bad Blood” music video for tearing down Katy Perry in a recent interview, and ignited controversy on the Internet in the process.