• Taylor Swift and Justin Timberlake Adorably Freak Out Together at the iHeartRadio Awards

    Taylor Swift and Justin Timberlake have one of the cutest celebrity friendships ever. VIDEO: Watch Beyonce and Taylor Swift Dance During Justin Timberlake and Jay Z's Performance! The "Shake it Off" pop star and the "Suit & Tie" singer sat next to each other at the 2015 iHeartRadio music awards,…

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  • PS4 Music Streaming Through Spotify Goes Live

    Spotify app arrives today on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3; could come to Xbox later.

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  • China's Alibaba signs digital distribution deal with music rights group BMG

    Germany's BMG music rights company said on Monday it had signed a music digital distribution deal with China's Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (BABA.N), as the world's largest e-commerce firm firms up its bid to become a digital media empire. The deal, one of the first in China made by a major music…

    Reuters
  • Jess Glynne, James Bay top British music charts

    British singer songwriter Jess Glynne notched up her first solo number one single in Britain with "Hold My Hand", the Official Charts Company said on Sunday, saying she had racked up sales of over 97,000. Glynne dethroned last week's number one, "Lay Me Down", from Sam Smith and John Legend, which…

    Reuters
  • Webb an accomplished musician and pitcher

    SARASOTA, Fla. If you check out Ryan Webbs Twitter @RyanWebb58, youll find out that not only is he an accomplished major league pitcher, but hes now a recording artist. Last year, Webb could be seen fooling around with a guitar in the Orioles clubhouse. I dont feel like I play anything really good,…

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  • Justin Timberlake Tears Up Thanking Wife Jessica Biel at iHeartRadio Music Awards

    Justin Timberlake showed lots of love to his wife and future baby's mama Jessica Biel when he hit the iHeartRadio Music Awards stage Sunday night to accept the Innovator Award. The lengthy speech included quotes by President Theodore Roosevelt and Steve Jobs, but when he ended things on a personal…

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  • New Artist Reviews:

    Music serves many purposes for the human spirit. It can entertain, send a message, start a riot and transcend. It can be made selfishly and selflessly, for the ears of everyone or the ears of no one. It can put your mind at ease or fill it with fear. Some music tells a story not only with its…

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  • Spotify Can Now Replace Your Game's Music On PlayStation

    It just got a little bit easier to mix Slayer and "Dragon Age."A new Spotify app is launching for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 systems Monday that allows users to listen to albums, singles, custom playlists and everything else the music streaming service already offers on other devices. The move…

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    Zui Hou Yi Shou Ge

    Music video by Jacky Wu performing Zui Hou Yi Shou Ge. (C) 2002 Gamma Music

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  • PlayStation's Spotify-powered music service starts today

    Good riddance Music Unlimited; welcome to the party, PlayStation Music. The Spotify-powered music service goes live on PlayStation devices in 41 nations starting today. As we've reported previously, this ...

    Engadget
  • ​By The Numbers: The National Recording Registry

    The Library of Congress announced its latest picks of music and audio recordings to preserve for future generations

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  • Watch 5 Seconds of Summer, Nick Jonas & Shawn Mendes Get Slimed at Kids' Choice Awards

    At the 2015 Kids' Choice Awards no celebrity was safe from getting slimed. Check out some of the top celebrity slimes, including host Nick Jonas, Shawn Mendes and 5 Seconds of Summer.

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  • Ben Stiller's high school noise band will reissue their only album

    Here's something: Ben Stiller probably listened to a lot noisy proto-punk in high school. You know how I know? Because A-list actor, Meet the Parents star, and plucky goofball Ben Stiller was in a band back in his teen days. He played the drums. He played the drums like a wild, pubescent kid who…

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  • Watch Destiny's Child Reunite at the Stellar Gospel Music Awards

    As expected, Destiny’s Child reunited at the Stellar Gospel Music Awards on Saturday (March 28). The trio performed "Say Yes," from Michelle Williams' 2014 solo album.

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  • Hip Hop Scene With Breakthrough Collaboration

    LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / March 28, 2015 / Doka Records has announced a very rare and successful music collaboration with some of the most successful rappers in the US under its label. In a statement ...

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  • TVLine Mixtape: Your Favorite Songs From Jane the Virgin, Forever and More

    I am a simple man, looking to play a simple tune… which is good because it’s time for an all new TVLine Mixtape! What follows is an array of songs recently featured on your favorite shows, including artist and album information in case you want to add them to your personal collection. Spoilers…

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  • Destiny's Child Got Back Together for a Second and It Was Flawless

    Guys, we know it's hard out there. By hard we mean, can this come with fries? Yet, there is reason to hope because yesterday in a place called Las Vegas, the heavenly women of Destiny's Child reunited briefly in song and matching white blazer. Their song: "Say Yes," obviously.

    Racked
  • Rihanna Channels Lil' Kim At iHeartRadio Music Awards

    When Rihanna posted a photo of Lil' Kim on her Instagram account Thursday, we had no idea that she'd recreate the rapper's style at the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards.Riri looked like she stepped straight out of the 1997 music video for "Crush on You" while performing her new single "Bitch Better…

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  • The internet took the album away, and now it's giving it back

    When online piracy ravaged the music industry, music revenues went from $14.7 billion in 1999 to $7.7 billion in 2009, according to the RIAA. Singles are cheaper to buy and quicker to make than a full album, and that shifted the mindset of labels and artists toward focusing on making more…

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