From his pioneering work with The Neptunes, to N*E*R*D and solo albums, Pharrell Williams has become music’s top producer, pushing...
As the coronavirus pandemic affects nations around the globe, artists are doing their part to make a difference by supporting these worthy charitable causes.
Tame Impala, Stevie Nicks and Miley Cyrus were among the headliners for the annual New York festival.
The “Changes” artist will drop a new digital compilation every Tuesday and Thursday.
“Let's Go Crazy: The Grammy Salute To Prince” will air 21 April, honouring the pop icon on the fourth anniversary of his passing.
The live-streamed series will feature musicians and entertainers alike to bring the community together.
The new deluxe version features remixes by Chromatics, OPN, The Blaze and DaHeala.
‘At Home With TIDAL’ is offering hours of concert footage from Nicki Minaj, JAY-Z, J Cole, Beyoncé and more.
The album featured production work from Oneohtrix Point Never, Max Martin, Metro Boomin and Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker.
Amid the coronavirus crisis, #Musicaencasa (MusicInYourHouse) promotes a different artist every day.
“Cooked with Cannabis is a show where weed is a seasoning rather than the reason.”
The fund will help those affected by the severe impact that COVID-19 has had on the music industry.
‘The whole premise of building this album was to make something that made people think about their mortality. Now it seems like a theme song to what's happening irl.’
The industry’s biggest artists have teamed up with the international advocacy movement to support the World Health Organization's efforts to end the pandemic.
The singer-songwriter’s new album tops the “Billboard” R&B Albums chart and ranks as the biggest album debut from a female R&B artist since Beyoncé’s “Lemonade”.
“It was refreshing to write, in the sunshine of LA, because at the time I was writing dark songs about my state of mind in New York.”