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Ahh, the viral video. In an age where album and track sales are down and the music industry looks a little bleak, there is one saving grace: the music video that hits it big on YouTube. 2014 was no exception to this rule and some of the biggest hits ...
If you read Music Times article on the leaked rendition of the DJMag Top 100 DJs list, you'll probably be disappointed to see the real thing: It's exactly the same (except this time nos. 71 through 100 are included as well).
First, The Chainsmokers made the world want to stop and take a "#SELFIE," and now the electronic duo is back with newcomer chanteuse Siren with another buzzworthy single: "Kanye." Yes, as in rapping mastermind/Mr. Kim Kardashian, Kanye West.
Katy Perry is not the "Dark Horse" or 2014... the pop megastar is slaying it. Yesterday (July 29), YouTube announced that Perry tops its list of most-played music videos of the year thus far with her smash Prism single.
Electric Zoo has announced the second round of artists for the 2014 lineup, revealing more than 60 new acts in addition to those previously announced.
Tell us if this one sounds familiar: Pharrell Williams and "Happy" was the most downloaded song in America last week. Of course it does. Williams and his hit, the best selling track of 2014, have topped the Digital Downloads chart for eight straight ...
The Billboard 200 was slow on sales last week, and the trend continues over on the Digital Downloads chart as well. There were no new tracks featured in the Top 10 last week, and of the returnees, only two managed to see an increase in downloads.
Billboard has noticed an interesting trend in the most current of hit songs: Simple titles make for better sales.
Much like the Billboard 200 chart, the top spots on the Digital Downloads chart continue to be dominated by familiar faces.
The Billboard 200 didn't let a knew album get to its top place this week, so there's no reason why we should expect the Digital Downloads chart to do anything different.
Two headlines dominate the Top 10 of this week's Billboard Digital Downloads chart. One involves Pharrell Williams domination of downloads, and the other is the emergence of two new tracks in the Top 10.