Spotify Is Removing Bands Accused Of Promoting White Supremacy
The Southern Poverty Law Center identified the groups as associated with hateful ideologies. Spotify said its content policy is "under constant review."
J Balvin's Fast-Rising “Mi Gente” Is A Challenge To The US-Centric Pop World
After the "Despacito" remix, can an entirely Spanish song top the pop charts?
R. Kelly Show In Atlanta Will Go On Despite Local Government Opposition
County commissioners had hoped to block the show in light of recent allegations of physical and mental abuse.
Rick Ross Apologized For Saying He'd Expect Sex From Female Protégés
The comments had "pushed every stereotype women have to deal with in this industry," one music executive said.
How Haim Became Rock's New Royalty
Music’s favorite all-sister trio on smashing genre divisions, the pop charts, and the patriarchy.
Here's What 43 Of R. Kelly's Former Collaborators Said When Asked If They'd Work With Him Again
After BuzzFeed News reported that parents told police Kelly has been holding several women against their will, we reached out to some of his former collaborators.
Inside The 2017 Battle For Song Of The Summer
DJ Khaled, Luis Fonsi, Diplo, Zedd, and Carly Rae Jepsen explain how random chance — and careful planning — fuel an annual midyear tradition.
Prodigy Of Mobb Deep Is Dead At 42
He had been hospitalized with complications due to sickle cell anemia.
13 Things You Should Know About Lorde's Long-Awaited New Album "Melodrama"
The pop prodigy's second album is finally here.
People Think Bob Dylan Plagiarized His Nobel Lecture From SparkNotes
Like a trolling stone.
To Modernize The Grammys, The Recording Academy Will Try Online Voting
But can a technical fix solve a cultural problem?
17 Pro Tips For Staying Safe At Concerts And Other Live Events
"It's important to live your life, but you should be smart as well."
Is Shazam's Game Show The Future Of Unscripted TV?
The first primetime show based on an app is a testing ground for Hollywood, the music industry, and Silicon Valley.
The Making Of “DNA.,” Kendrick Lamar And Mike Will Made-It’s Militant Masterpiece
The inside story of Damn.'s showstopping second single, as told by the super producer who made it.
Who Decides What Gets Played On The Radio? More And More, It's Listeners
Recent fan-chosen singles from Drake and Future show how even the oldest traditions in popular music are shifting.
The Fyre Festival Fiasco Shows How Insane The Festival Market Has Become
"You always have to be upping your game because the competition is so fierce."
Here's The Story Behind That Kendrick Lamar And U2 Song
Mike Will Made-It, who produced "XXX," explains how he and Kendrick connected with Bono: Jimmy Iovine. "Jimmy might have anybody around."
Tim Heidecker, Bard Of The Anti-Trump Movement
The surrealist comedian of Tim and Eric fame is writing surprising and irreverent songs that speak to liberal indignation. To his straight white male antagonists in the alt-right: “Why don't you be a positive force in the world instead of a piece of shit?”
11 Things You Probably Didn't Know Were Funded With Help From The National Endowment For The Arts
President Trump has proposed eliminating the NEA in his first federal budget. Here's a sampling of famous American art created with the help of the endowment since it was founded in 1965.