Producer/artist/label exec Alex Da Kid and Republic prexy Charlie Walk were spotted together at a recent Clippers game, where they exchanged their own color commentary. "Which one's the goalie?" wondered Alex. "I don't know," Walk replied, "but if they don't score a touchdown soon I think they'll lose the serve." Both agreed, however, that the cheerleaders were dope.
Donald Trump may never release his taxes (which surely contain jaw-dropping truths about the JFK assassination), but 4/15 will be brightened by the solo TV debut of Harry Styles, who'll hit SNL to debut material from his wildly anticipated new album (about which more very soon) and likely caper about with host Jimmy Fallon.
On the occasion of a London radio gauntlet, multimedia marketing assault and blockbuster, sold-out debut Blighty show, Interscope’s 6LACK (pronounced “Black”) joins label folk from both sides of the pond—including UMG U.K. boss David Joseph—for a photo op that was so devastatingly cool that everyone needed a brisk cup of tea afterward.
THE STRINGER ERA BEGINS
Rob picks up his keys to the kingdom on 4/3. (3/28a)
ACM boss talks Nashville (3/27a)
UNDERWOOD MOVES TO CAPITOL NASHVILLE
Grainge and Dungan lure the superstar (3/28a)
STREAMING SONGS: UNIVERSALLY DOMINANT
75% marketshare ... that's good, right? (3/24a)