As we anxiously await warmer times,, here’s the way-too-early breakdown of the songs that may define the 2021 song of the summer showdown.
Wu-Tang is here forever. Here’s how Billboard broke down the scoring of Raekwon and Ghostface’s epic Verzuz battle.
Wearing an all-white ensemble with white Carhartt overalls and topped off with a white cap turned backwards, Bieber does all his lines on a highway.
Glass Animals and Dua Lipa lead this week’s historic ARIA Charts, which move forward by 24 hours for a Friday release.
Kings Of Leon are crowned on Australia’s albums chart with “When You See Yourself,” the American rockers’ fourth leader.
“With all of the market consolidation we are seeing, we felt there was a room for a venture like ours that can invest in music, but in a better way,” Caldas explains.
A top-flight architect working for British Leyland car launches, Harkin first came to Glastonbury toward the end of 1970, following the first iteration of the event.
Kings of Leon have the U.K. chart throne in their sights.
Helen Reddy, the late singer, songwriter and activist whose 1972 hit “I Am Woman” became a feminist anthem, will be honored with the Ted Albert Award for Outstanding Services to Australian Music.