Jay Z, hip hop superstar, entrepreneur, and husband to Beyoncé, has requested that his entire musical oeuvre be pulled from Spotify.
As far as Drake and Taylor Swift are concerned, we must all be preoccupied with the possibility of their romantic coupling. And so, operating on this assumption, Drake has followed Swifty’s lead by filming his own Apple Music commercial where he—wait for it—bops around to her music.
This month, Mary J. Blige will debut a show called The 411, which seems like it will include at least one episode of musical social justice and conversation with Hillary Clinton. In this clip, Blige sings what seems to be a heartfelt lesson of safety protocol for black youth in dealing with police.
Frank Ocean’s delayed (in the sense that people are thirsty) sophomore album Boys Don’t Cry will be out this week, sources tell The New York Times.
Has the conclusion of Taylor Swift’s 1989 World Tour left you utterly bereft? Well, be soothed: soon you will have the option to watch a video of it—if you’re an Apple Music patron, that is.
“Women find it very difficult at times to find music,” a totally credulous Jimmy Iovine said Thursday on CBS This Morning, while seated next to Mary J. Blige, a woman who has a decades-long body of work about being self-sufficient in life, love and—yes—music.
Shade Court is in session and I hope everyone is feeling good and woke up this morning with the spirit of justice pulsing through your veins.
Drake is everywhere. We are all Drake. And Drake is everyone, as we can see in his video for “Energy,” released exclusively on Apple Music on Friday.
Taylor Swift’s gotten a lot of positive press this week for getting Apple to very quickly agree to pay artists for the free period of their new streaming service, Apple Music. But one photographer is pushing back at Swift, pointing out that if she’s so interested in making sure musicians are fairly compensated for…
Taylor Swift, music’s guardian white angel, just got Apple to come up off its money stacks.
Taylor Swift has joined the chorus of musicians and producers criticizing Apple for refusing to pay royalties during the three-month free trial period of their new streaming service, Apple Music. In a blog post on Tumblr, Swift explained her decision to keep her latest album off of the service: