D.R.A.M., Kelsea Ballerini, Gallant, and Sofi Tukker on what makes the Grammys useful.
Sprint customers will gain access to Tidal’s exclusive content.
The jazz ensemble Tim Rushlow & His Big Band will play during the couple’s first dance as president and first lady.
From the man behind one of the biggest earworms of the year, to the woman we all wanted justice for in 2016, to, of course, Chris Pratt.
Swan songs for civilization.
“Fashwave,” the sound of young white nationalism.
But it still hasn’t closed the gap with Spotify.
Paul Gaudio, Adidas’s quiet creative director, transformed its product line and turned a perennial runner-up into the hottest name in sportswear. How the 67-year-old brand harnessed the rise of 24/7 sneaker culture.
“When Trump came on the scene, it was a big awakening for me.”
Amid chants of “Lock her up!” at a Trump rally in New Hampshire on Friday, a supporter yelled for Hillary Clinton to be executed.
With early voter counts down in swing states, star-studded campaign concerts are more than a luxury.
A year into its battle for users — and the trust of record labels — the most talked-about company in music sheds a light on what’s working, what’s not, and its controversial plan to shape the industry’s future.
“We’re not looking to acquire any streaming services,” Apple Music head Jimmy Iovine told BuzzFeed News.
Top 40’s dancehall obsession is paving the way for America’s first Nigerian pop stars.
The biggest major label has reconsidered a key piece of its relationship with streaming services. “It’s our job to make sure that there’s not just one winner [in music streaming],” a source told BuzzFeed News.
At the most powerful companies in Silicon Valley, small teams of anonymous, diehard music fans race to solve the music industry’s toughest problem.
On Views, the rapper is getting older, but not necessarily better, which makes him like a lot of people at his age.
After my brother died and my father was partially paralyzed, my family traveled 7,000 miles in search of an old home, a new house, and the things we’d lost on the road in between.
The super producer is accused of sexually assaulting and abusing Kesha. But will that hurt his business?