The new music documentary about alleged rapist and Def Jam co-founder Russell Simmons shows how misogynoir has kept Black female victims silent for decades.
We spoke to heads of independent, Black-owned labels about how the big three need to rethink their business models to actually address racial injustice.
Regardless of your stance on Black Out Tuesday, it's clear that the music industry is plagued by inequality. That has to change.
The synth-pop artist is back with 'Supervision', her first album in six years. Here, she tells us exactly why it took so long.
Taylor Swift's master recordings dispute with Big Machine is just one a few easy pitfalls artists can fall into. Here, we explain the others.
How many more have to be railroaded by rent hikes and property developers before we lose our grassroots scenes completely?
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.
Sexual misconduct is built into the foundation of the music industry. Our data and the stories of over two dozen women show how culture and labour conditions create a perfect storm for abuse.
Beyoncé songwriter and non-profit founder Carla Marie Williams on how we should inspire young girls to work behind-the-scenes in music too.
Artists Anna Bulbrook and Francisca Valenzuela discuss the triumphs and challenges of making non-male space in the music industry.
Figures confirm that 'Reputation' was 2017's best-selling album, but tell another story about the loyalty of Swift's fans.
At the risk of getting all 'wake up sheeple!!' I wonder what this new growth for the business really means for us, the music lovers.