The news comes after the release of England’s 'roadmap' out of lockdown, which predicts that the government will remove all...
“This would have been the 8th year of this event and we were looking forward to putting on amazing, unique shows for hundreds of thousands of fans in the world’s greatest outdoor...
The NYC rap superstar and protege of Eminem and Dr. Dre rose to heights of superstardom after the release of his 2003 debut Get Rich or Die Tryin'.
The West Coast rapper was known for his socially aware gangsta rap and renowned as one of the greatest rappers of all time.
Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar and The Strokes would have headlined in what should have been the festival’s 50th year.
Jadakiss is a Yonkers-based rapper whose solo career includes hit singles like 'Why?' as well as albums like Kiss of Death and The Last Kiss
From his pioneering work with The Neptunes, to N*E*R*D and solo albums, Pharrell Williams has become music’s top producer, pushing the envelope of pop.
With the rise of digital music platforms like SoundCloud, YouTube and now TikTok, the world now belongs to artists who could make the most creative use of them.
Cash Money has opened up its vaults to release the official collection of its most recognizable instrumental tracks entitled, ‘Cash Money: The Instrumentals’, out today via digital and streaming platforms.
Melissa Etheridge, Finneas, Shaggy and Jewel are among the series’ upcoming performers.
The choreograhped, Theo Skudra-directed clip culminates in a colourful fireworks display
A sign of things to come, with ‘Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded’, Nicki Minaj led the way for female rappers and helped hip-hop consume pop completely.
The new documentary has been directed by Estevan Oriol and is set for release on the streaming service on 10 April.
On their first instrumental album, ‘The In Sound From Way Out!’, Beastie Boys went digging in their own catalogue for an exploration of groove.
The star has already released two songs in March – ‘When To Say When’ and ‘Chicago Freestyle’ – as well as appearing on Lil Yachty’s ‘Oprah’s Bank Account’.
The Los Angeles museum is digging into its archives to share previously-unreleased interviews from music’s biggest names.