After notching his first No. One hit 15 years ago, multi-Platinum entertainer Jason Aldean charts his 25th career No. One single as his latest hit “Blame It On You” takes the top spot on both Mediabase/Country Aircheck Singles chart and Billboard’s Country Airplay this week. The track secures back-to-back No. Ones off his sixth consecutive
Yves Tumor, “Crushed Velvet” Following the wildly compelling 2020 album Heaven to a Tortured Mind, Yves Tumor has given fans (who are still trying to catch their breath from that psych-funk fantasia) another generous helping with a new EP, The Asymptotical Mind. “Crushed Velvet” is the straightforward standout, an example of the boundary-pushing artist committing
Pop Smoke’s posthumous debut, Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon, may be impossible to duplicate. It was arguably the hip-hop event of a pandemic-blighted year, generating hit singles even as fans of his mixtape work rebelled against everything from the initial Virgil Abloh-created artwork to an excess of collaborations that included mentor and
Keigo Oyamada, a Japanese composer working on the Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony, resigned on Monday (July 19) after coming under fire for bullying classmates during his childhood. “I sincerely accept the opinions and advice I have received, express my gratitude, and will keep them in mind for my future actions and thoughts,” the musician, better
The Kid Laroi earned his first Number One on the Rolling Stone Top 100 Songs chart with “Stay,” featuring a verse from Justin Bieber. The single, which was co-written by Charlie Puth and Blake Slatkin (24kgoldn’s “Mood”), among others, contrasts the Kid Laroi’s hoarse urgency with Bieber’s airy delivery; it picked up 30.8 million streams
Swinging her Rapunzel-like ponytail from the hood of a Jeep, Shenseea chases after a man who is quite literally holding her heart. The exuberant Jamaican singer remains consistent, delivering yet another catchy, empowering single and visual filled with coordinated dance moves and a rich story line. “Run Run” carries traditional dancehall elements, while Shenseea’s melodies
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett will reunite for two special concerts at Radio City Music Hall in New York City later this summer. One Last Time: An Evening With Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga will debut on August 3rd, which is also Bennett’s 95th birthday. A second show will take place on August 5th. The
“To work with the legacy of Jerry Garcia is an honor and a privilege,” Katz says. “I hold art sacred above anything else, and this is as high art as it possibly gets for me.” It was only after the trio began combing through the vaults to decide which pieces to release as NFTs that
Pop-punk revivalist Jxdn rang in his first live show ever at the Roxy Saturday night with a slew of special guests, including Blink-182 drummer and mentor Travis Barker, rapper Iann Dior and singer Nessa Barrett. The show was a short hour-long event, with no opening acts, but still packed a punch. Jxdn’s gratitude to be
“Without our music mates in New South Wales and Victoria and no certain timeline as to when domestic borders will remain open, Bigsound 2021 wouldn’t be able to deliver on its promise to reunite the music community for three extraordinary days of connection, conversation, and music discovery,” comments QMusic CEO, Kris Stewart. Organizers will proceed
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