Shazam has launched a new music-discovery program that will allow fans to see what their favorite artists are Shazaming. Among the many participating artists: Meghan Trainor, Calvin Harris, Pibull, Avicii, Maroon 5 and One Direction.
In London for her Hyde Park concert, which attracted some 65k screaming fans, Big Machine's Taylor Swift takes to the water with some famous pals. Seen just before Prime Minister David Cameron blew by on a jet ski are...
Hollywood rock outfit Breaking Benjamin is due for a big #1 bow on the HITS Album Sales Chart, while Capitol's Tori Kelly and Mercury Nashville's Kacey Musgraves look set to debut at #2 and #3, respectively. How will Columbia's Leon Bridges and the week's other new releases—not to mention chart veterans like Big Machine's Taylor Swift—fare when the chart becomes final? Head over to the chart and keep on refreshing.
Glastonbury 2015 has officially come to a close. The five-day U.K. festival drew crowds of 150k+. With a diverse line-up that placed Mary J. Blige next to Motorhead, saw Pharrell preview his new single, united "Uptown Funk" with George Clinton and even found a spot for the Dalai Lama, Glasto once again proved itself the very model of a modern music festival.
Last Thursday we posted a rumor emanating out of the U.K. that Zane Lowe had hired uber-manager Sarah Stennett to rep him for management. Turns out we were only half right...
For the first time ever the Dr. Dre classic The Chronic will be available for stream, as another hot exclusive for the forthcoming Apple Music...
A24 has released a new clip to tease the upcoming release of Asif Kapadia's Amy Winehouse documentary, Amy. Watch it here.
Ain't nothin' like the razzle dazzle of Broadway, buddy! Start practicin' those high kicks, and don't forget to peep our list of the highest-grossing shows while you ice your groin.
Megastar Luke Bryan, seen here with UMG Nashville chief Mike Dungan, prexy Cindy Mabe and manager Kerri Edwards, is just one of several high-profile peeps we interviewed for our forthcoming Nashville special issue, which will be landing on your desk mere days from now. It'll put a tear in your beer.
A SWIFT TOUR OF THE THAMES (AND A SHOW)
Taylor does London. (6/30a)
Breaking Benjamin and other big bows, baby. (6/30a)
KACEY'S "TINY" CELEBRATION
In honor of Justice Kennedy, a song. (6/29a)