Abortion opponents, including ones in the White House, are co-opting the slogan of the Black Lives Matter movement for their own purposes.
The K-pop band talks quarantine hobbies, new music, and holding on to hope for a Grammy win.
Hindu nationalists paid for billboard space over Times Square last week celebrating the removal of Kashmir's autonomy. Simultaneously, another group ran ads flashing "Kashmiri Lives Matter".
Artists like Nicki Minaj have been skeptical about how album-merch bundles manipulate the charts. Now, Billboard is changing the rules.
Also, Weezer are going on a big stadium tour with Green Day and Fall Out Boy next summer.
The sign reads, "BACK TO SCHOOL SALE. AUGUST 13TH-18TH. UP TO 50% OFF FIREARMS.”
After 17 weeks on top, Lil Nas X has beaten out 'Despacito' and 'One Sweet Day' to hold the title.
Billboard disqualified album sales of "Father of Asahd," preventing it from debuting at No.1, because of one of the music magnate's many brand deals.
The 20-track album racked up 83 million streams, which was enough to knock 21 Savage off of top spot.
Kurtis Blow's 1979 track "Christmas Rappin'" was proof that rap had a place in the money-or-nothing recording industry. It was also just really sweet.
In a new Billboard feature, the guitarist talks blowing up a Winnebago on his 40th birthday, making Sunday morning omelette music, and Mason Ramsey, whom he's been thinking about a lot. Wonderful.