Top Artists

Artist ratings

1000
714
555
490
475
463
438
438
News

The latest music news [#1-#70]

  
Jan 23Anthony Scaramucci Talks Trump Tweets Ahead of ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ Exit: He’s Playing the Media ‘Like a Fiddle’
Jan 23Film News Roundup: Audrey Wells Scholarships Launched by UCLA, China’s Pearl Studio
Jan 23Sundance Hot Titles List: 13 Buzzy Films That Have Buyers Talking
Jan 23How a Kuala Lumpur Theme Park Became a Fox-Themed Fiasco
Jan 23Will Oscar Nominations Give This Year’s Contenders a Box Office Boost?
Jan 23Sundance: A24 Buys Sequel to Tilda Swinton’s Romance-Drama ‘The Souvenir’
Jan 23Mac Miller Honored With Memorial Mural: The Story Behind the Art
Jan 23BBC Orders Oscar Wilde Documentary With Stephen Fry, Freddie Fox
Jan 23BuzzFeed Set to Lay Off 15% of Its Employees
Jan 23New Streaming Strategies From Comcast, Viacom Target Subscribers Who Don’t Need Netflix (Analysis)
Jan 23Joe’s Pub Announces a Diverse Group of Artists in Residence
Jan 23Yo-Yo Ma Surprises Bystanders In Mumbai With A Mini-Concert
Jan 23'Pequeño Poesias' Y Más: This Week In Latin Music
Jan 23Carrie Underwood Welcomes Second Baby Boy
Jan 23Want to See Blake Shelton Tonight?
Jan 23Bonnie Guitar, Music Industry Trailblazer, Is Dead at 95
Jan 23When In Glasgow, See Martha Ffion!
Jan 23The Thistle & Shamrock: Brian McNeill At Swannanoa
Jan 23Michael Jackson Musical to Open in Chicago
Jan 23Brothers Osborne Reveal Secret to Good Videos
Jan 23Album Review: On Alice Merton’s Debut ‘Mint,’ Hooks Conquer Fears
Jan 23Fyre Festival’s Organizers Didn’t Pay a Restaurant Owner, So GoFundMe Donors Stepped In
Jan 23He Knows the Stars’ Dirty Laundry. Because He Washes It.
Jan 23Nakhane and ANOHNI Break Barriers on Transcendent 'New Brighton'
Jan 23First Watch: Maya De Vitry's Healing Song And Astonishing Video
Jan 23Song Premiere: Hear Isabelle Brown's 'What U Waiting 4'
Jan 23Thomas Rhett’s “Sixteen” Arrives as His 12th No. 1 Song
Jan 22Chris Brown Released Without Charges in Paris After Rape Accusation
Jan 22Review: In ‘Eddie and Dave,’ Van Halen Gets a Makeover
Jan 22Beyond 'Shallow': A Look At The Oscars Picks For Best Original Song
Jan 22Kaye Ballard, Indefatigable Comedian and Actress, Dies at 93
Jan 22Nilüfer Yanya's New Song Gets 'In Your Head,' And That's Just The Beginning
Jan 22Garth Brooks Finds the Fun in New Music
Jan 22Music City Recap: Season 2, Episodes 5 and 6
Jan 22Arming a Chorus of Women with Scissors
Jan 22Joan Shelley On Mountain Stage
Jan 22Stephen Malkmus Announces Surprise Electronic Album; Shares 'Viktor Borgia' Video
Jan 22David Crosby Keeps The Harmonies Coming
Jan 22Last Weekend’s Greatest Hits
Jan 22Chris Brown Arrested On Charges Of Rape In Paris
Jan 22Carly Pearce Begs Bullies to Be Kind
Jan 22Critic’s Pick: ‘The 5 Browns’ Review: United by Music and Scarred by Sexual Abuse
Jan 22Playlist: The Playlist: Maren Morris Is a Little Bit Country, and 11 More New Songs
Jan 22Reggie Young, Revered Studio Guitarist, Dies At 82
Jan 22For Many With Disabilities, 'Let It Go' Is An Anthem Of Acceptance
Jan 21Beijing Dispatch: In the Heart of Beijing, a Taiwanese Pop Idol Makes Fans Swoon
Jan 21Reggie Young, Guitarist Heard on Hundreds of Hits, Dies at 82
Jan 21A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Holds at Top of Chart in Echo of Last Week’s Numbers
Jan 20Review: Cantata Profana Captures the Death of a Saint
Jan 20The Look: From MySpace to the Streets of Lagos
Jan 20Critic’s Pick: Review: Esa-Pekka Salonen Takes a Bow in San Francisco
Jan 19Gladys Knight, Ahead of Super Bowl Anthem Date, Criticizes Colin Kaepernick
Jan 18Passing the Baton (and Harpsichord) at Philharmonia Baroque
Jan 18Lorna Doom, Bassist in the Punk Band Germs, Is Dead at 61
Jan 18R. Kelly Dropped by RCA Records After Documentary Furor
Jan 18R. Kelly’s Manager Surrenders on Threat Charge
Jan 18Tim McGraw on the 85/15 Rule
Jan 18Hot 20: Eddie Montgomery, Blake Shelton and Others Remember Troy Gentry Live
Jan 18Popcast: Listening to Pop Music’s Class of 2019
Jan 18That Decisive Moment: ‘Pelléas’ Returns: The Week in Classical Music
Jan 18Critic’s Pick: Review: A Rising French Singer Makes a Delicately Brilliant Debut
Jan 18Critic’s Pick: Review: ‘Ariadne,’ the Most Operatic Opera, Bows in Cleveland
Jan 18To Save the Sound of a Stradivarius, a Whole City Must Keep Quiet
Jan 18Maggie Rogers Went Viral. Then She Had to Become Herself Again.
Jan 18This Week in Arts: Ionesco Gets a Mash-Up, ‘High Maintenance’ Returns
Jan 17Unbuttoned: Rihanna and LVMH Make a Deal and, Possibly, History
Jan 1712 Pop, Rock and Jazz Concerts to Check Out in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Jan 175 Classical Music Concerts to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Jan 17Critic’s Pick: Review: A Haunting Tribute to Josephine Baker Arrives at the Met Museum
Jan 17Critic’s Pick: Review: The Philharmonic Reveals the Rhetoric of Rachmaninoff

One Dance (ft. Wizkid & Kyla) - one of the best Drake songs, top songs list [#93]

Anthony Scaramucci Talks Trump Tweets Ahead of ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ Exit: He’s Playing the Media ‘Like a Fiddle’
Hours before the third episode of the second season of “Big Brother: Celebrity Edition” aired on CBS, houseguest and former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci was making headlines for leaving the game. Viewers of the “Big Brother” live feeds noted his absence, but the linear broadcast on the Eye did not address it because […]
Film News Roundup: Audrey Wells Scholarships Launched by UCLA, China’s Pearl Studio
In today’s film news roundup, Pearl Studio and UCLA start a “Say Yes!” scholarship in memory of Audrey Well; Gina Lollobrigida and Claudia Cardinale are honored; and the “General Magic” documentary gets bought. SCHOLARSHIPS UNVEILED China’s Pearl Studio has made a gift of $100,000 for endowed scholarships to the UCLA School of Theater, Film and […]
Sundance Hot Titles List: 13 Buzzy Films That Have Buyers Talking
There’s a good reason that much of Hollywood braves the thin mountain air each year to make the trek to the Sundance Film Festival, and it’s not to check out the nearby ski slopes. The annual launch of the indie film gathering brings with it the possibility of discovering the next big thing in moviemaking. […]
How a Kuala Lumpur Theme Park Became a Fox-Themed Fiasco
Twentieth Century Fox executives looked around in 2013 and decided it was finally time for the historic studio to get into the theme park business. Fox had seen Disney and Universal expand into Japan and China, slowly conquering the globe with their resort businesses. So they came up with a bold idea to grab a […]
Will Oscar Nominations Give This Year’s Contenders a Box Office Boost?
With nominees like “Black Panther,” “Bohemian Rhapsody,” and “A Star Is Born,” the 2018 class of movies proved the Oscars don’t need a popular films category to recognize movies that also made bank in theaters. But now that the academy has selected this year’s crop of awards hopefuls, is there any green left to squeeze […]
Sundance: A24 Buys Sequel to Tilda Swinton’s Romance-Drama ‘The Souvenir’
A24 has bought the North American rights to Tilda Swinton’s romance-drama “The Souvenir – Part 2,” closing the deal on the eve of the Sundance Film Festival. “The Souvenir” is set to make its world premiere at Sundance on Jan. 27, followed by playing in the Panorama section of the Berlin Film Festival in February. […]
Mac Miller Honored With Memorial Mural: The Story Behind the Art
Venice, California-based painter Gustavo Zermeno Jr. paid tribute to what would have been Mac Miller’s 27th birthday on January 19 with an 11-feet x 50-feet mural spread across Express Label, a custom printing and graphic design firm on Beverly Blvd., just east of N. Virgil Avenue in the Silverlake neighborhood of Los Angeles. Miller died […]
BBC Orders Oscar Wilde Documentary With Stephen Fry, Freddie Fox
A new documentary about Oscar Wilde will tell the celebrated writer’s story with a star cast recreating excerpts from his greatest works, including “The Importance of Being Earnest” and “The Picture of Dorian Gray.” Freddie Fox, Claire Skinner, Anna Chancellor and James Fleet will all perform in the 80-minute show, “The Importance of Being Oscar,” which […]
BuzzFeed Set to Lay Off 15% of Its Employees
BuzzFeed is slashing its workforce by 15% in a move to boost the internet-media company’s profitability and “focus on content that is working,” according to a memo from CEO Jonah Peretti sent to staffers Wednesday. The cuts will be made next week, according to Peretti’s memo. BuzzFeed has about 1,450 employees worldwide, so around 218 […]
New Streaming Strategies From Comcast, Viacom Target Subscribers Who Don’t Need Netflix (Analysis)
Despite what Netflix’s success may lead you to believe, the road to riches in streaming isn’t all about subscriptions. As the shift to digital causes the audience for linear TV to shrink, companies in the media space are increasingly looking to generate revenue via advertising-based video on demand (AVOD) services. • NBCUniversal announced last week […]
Joe’s Pub Announces a Diverse Group of Artists in Residence
The small Manhattan theater unveiled the 2019 class of the Joe’s Pub Working Group, which supports rising artists in New York.
Yo-Yo Ma Surprises Bystanders In Mumbai With A Mini-Concert
Yo-Yo Ma, the world's most famous living cellist, performed formally and informally in Mumbai this week, part of a long-term project to play Bach's six suites for cello in 36 places around the world.
@ 2015 AdoZonMail
Wait