Uncle Charlie (Wilson) has a new album out today, but the smart money’s on some guy named Bieber.
Bam! It’s another podcast! And this one is holiday-scented!
This year’s Grammy nominees are being announced tonight. We reveal who we think will come out on top in the major categories.
We’re back in the business of live blogging award shows! Check out our blow by blow of this evening’s American Music Awards ceremony.
The nominees for the 2012 American Music Awards were announced earlier today, and the 20 categories are dotted by the likes of Rihanna and Nicki Minaj. The two West Indian divas lead the pack with four nominations each. Rihanna has continued her string of hits with her latest album, Talk That Talk although she’s gained more notoriety recently for her on-again/off-again romance with Chris Brown (who has two nominations of her own.) Meanwhile, Minaj scored a hit follow-up with Pink [...]
The Biebs grows up, and at least three of us are listening. Big Money, GG and Stephen join forces to tackle “Believe.”
Yep. The Biebs is back. His new “Believe” hits stores out today. Fiona Apple and Kenny Chesney are also back with fresh material. Read on to see who else is new this week!
When I was a kid, I couldn’t wait to hear the new hotness drop on the radio. I remember when Tupac Shakur was just a couple weeks out of the joint, one of the local radio stations played a very static-y portion of what would become “California Love”. It was a radio moment I’d never forget both because of how much I yearned for new Tupac music and also because of the tremendous hype job that the radio DJ did. [...]
“California 37″ is the latest album by Train, and Popblerd’s managed to sneak into the future to uncover the damage Train will cause.
One thing that’s sort of amazing to me is that, with all of the accolades and internet buzz and fan mania that’s happened with Justin Bieber, the kid’s only really released two albums. Of course, the industry loves to milk teen sensations for all they’re worth before their bubble bursts (see: Hanson & New Kids On The Block,) so there’s already been the acoustic album, the remix album, and the Christmas album. That said-it looks like there is some legit [...]
So, I’m sure you’ve all seen various news articles saying things about the state of the music industry in the previous year. Here are a few irrefutable facts as well as a listing of the top selling albums of the year. Music sales are up vs. the previous year for the first time in seven years. Despite a so-so fourth quarter, sales of prerecorded full-length albums were up 1% over 2010. Does this mean the CD is on the rebound? [...]