Shosh makes a surprisingly good Dorothy, tbh.
The on-demand music streaming leader will transform into a multimedia platform, with content from partners including Vice News, Comedy Central, MTV, ESPN, Radiolab, and more.
“I used to be proud of my Old Navy, man.”
Though it’s second fiddle in digital and physical sales to rock and pop, hip-hop has long been the most popular genre on music streaming services. BuzzFeed News spoke to music industry experts to find out why.
An eclectic mix of dance, pop, and jazz from the rainbow nation hand-picked by Nozinja.
The hit funk revival anthem was accused of sounding too similar to The Gap Band’s ’70s classic “Oops Upside Your Head.”
Wynton Marsalis and Herbie Hancock are big fans.
The Facebook-owned social network’s first category-specific vertical will showcase popular and emerging artists.
The rapper who broke the mold for hip-hop stardom with his 2012 hit “All Gold Everything” now says signing artists on the basis of viral singles is “stupid as fuck.”
For three friends in Texas, partying until morning with Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne, and A$AP Rocky is merely an occupational hazard.
“When you get the 11th like on Instagram.”
Beyoncé, Madonna, Kanye West, Rihanna, Jack White, and others came out to show solidarity with Tidal, which boldly promised to revolutionize the music industry.
His songwriting credits — including megahits for Beyoncé, Rihanna, and Mariah Carey — are numerous. Too numerous to remember, even.
It’s so hard to say good-bye.
We spent a week zigzagging Austin subsisting on free tacos and sugary drinks alone for SXSW Music this year. ICYMI, these are the best things we saw.
A mind-boggling 2,200 artists from around the world flock to Austin every year to vie for the attention of fans and influencers at the South By Southwest music and media conference. We asked a few of them why they joined the herd.
Around 45,000 official registrants, and many more unofficial, descend on Austin every year for the 10-day music, film, and interactive conference South By Southwest. We asked locals for their unvarnished opinion on the annual population (and taco, and beer, and brand) explosion.
The critically acclaimed garage rocker, on the cusp of fame or something like it, chats with BuzzFeed News about playing for “influencers” and the perils of corporate sponsorship.
Even if you’re not headed to Austin, get to know all the up-and-coming artists everyone will be talking about. In no particular order.
Following leaks, To Pimp A Butterfly was released by the rapper late Sunday night.