The unfortunate aspect of the music industry today is that labels have become a sort of transformation mechanism for artists. Artists enter as the person they’ve always been and make their public debut as a fabricated alias with pink hair and bad publicity. In the early 2000’s when music piracy became a fad to be […]Read more "Top 5 Great Artists with Bad Reps"
Just admit it, no matter what age you are, the chance of a potential snow dayturns you into a five-year-old version of yourself. Of course, the older you get the more preparation you have to do when it comes to an impending blizzard. Either way, the crowded supermarkets and salted roads are a lot easier to […]Read more "5 Songs to Get You Through Long Snow Days"
Whether or not you’re a fan of musicals, you have probably heard of productions such as West Side Story, The King and I, and My Fair Lady. These shows were crafted into screen productions at one time and have maintained their character, even through the spins of technology changes. The romantic story lines and catchy chorus numbers hold a timeless […]Read more "Ghost Singers: The Ones You Never Knew You Forgot"
Last week, almost exactly a year from its original release, “Drunk In Love,” a collaborative track by power couple Beyoncé and Jay-Z, is receiving some negative attention. A Hungarian folk singer by the name of Mitsou is claiming that the single, which debuted on December 17, 2013 as a precursor to Beyoncé’s self-titled surprise album release, actually uses samples of […]Read more "Beyoncé and Jay-Z Sued for ‘Drunk In Love’"
It is no secret that Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine are one dynamic duo. The two acclaimed huge success with Beats, a music service corporation that took technology innovations and human curating to the next level. Beats by Dre Headphones were acquired by Apple for three billion dollars. Dre and Iovine have decided to join a new aspect of the industry, creating USC Jimmy Iovine […]Read more "Eminem Salutes Dre and Iovine at WSJ Awards"
24 Karat Gold – Songs From the Vault is Stevie Nicks’ latest album, and it is exactly what the title suggests. This album is a compilation of Nicks’ unreleased songs dating back as far as 1969, and includes a special edition book of her vintage “selfies,” that have been displayed in the Morrison Hotel Gallery in New York City. On […]Read more "Stevie Nicks: ’24 Karat Gold – Songs from the Vault’ Album Review"
In a world where most people get their music for free somehow, U2 released an apology to iTunes users for releasing their album for free. U2’s thirteenth studio album, Songs of Innocence, was released for free over iTunes in regards to an alliance the Irish rock band made with Apple. With this unorthodox release, the album reached approximately 500-million people, while apparently only […]Read more "U2 Apologizes for Giving Away Their Latest Album"