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J. COLE GETS TO THE HEART OF THE MATTER
Artist opens door to new album. (4/20a)
FROM SIR, WITH LOVE (UPDATE)
An embarrassment of riches (4/20a)
YEEZY'S ONE-TWO PUNCH
Kanye's been busy; now he can dive back into Twitter. (4/20a)
VIVENDI EXPLORING UMG IPO
Pass the cheese puffs, s'il vous plaît. (4/20a)
TOP MONEYMAKERS: DRAKE AND CARDI CLEAN UP
It's not fair to the rest of the kids. (4/20a)
ASK YOUR TASK FORCE
Tina gets advice, whether she wants it or not.
WHEN PUBLISHERS GET MASTERFUL
Why the recording side still holds an allure.
DOES THIS PIZZA TASTE WEIRD TO ANYBODY ELSE?
I actually ate, like, five pieces. But still.
ROBOT MUSIC SUPERVISORS
It's already happening.
Critics' Choice
DEBORAH SILVER’S SUPREME VISITOR
4/13/17

Though she’s fairly new as jazz divas go, Deborah Silver displays classically swingin’ old-school pipes on her just-released debut album The Gold Standards, a lovely stroll through the Great American Songbook that’s racing up the contemporary jazz charts.

And it takes a diva to know a diva. Stopping by to say hello during a recent performance at L.A.’s Catalina Jazz Club was founding Supreme Mary Wilson, who, after the show, apparently challenged Silver to a synchronized dance-off to the tune of “Stop! In the Name of Love.”