The Grammys Rebrand ‘Urban’ And Rap Categories To Be More Inclusive

As part of an ongoing commitment to “evolve with the musical landscape,” the Grammys unveiled a.

Bonnie Pointer, Co-Founder Of Pointer Sisters, Dead At 69

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Bonnie Pointer, who in 1969 convinced three of her church-singing siblings.

Village People Singer Asks Trump To No Longer Play Their Music At Rallies

Although the 1970s disco group the Village People has previously been OK with Donald Trump.

Beach Boys Legend Brian Wilson Shares Stirring New Take On ‘Love And Mercy’

Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson delivered a stripped-down and stirring version of his solo tune.

Music Industry Declares June 2 As ‘Black Out Tuesday’ Amid Unrest

NEW YORK (AP) — The music industry is planning to turn off the music and.

Jimmy Cobb, Drummer On Miles Davis’ ‘Kind of Blue’ Album, Dead At 91

Jimmy Cobb, a percussionist and the last surviving member of Miles Davis’ 1959 “Kind of.

Lana Del Rey Drags Beyoncé, Ariana Grande While Blasting Claims She ‘Glamorizes Abuse’

Musician Lana Del Rey offered a fiery rebuke of her critics and several of her.

Colorado Man Duets With ‘Singing’ Husky To Spread Love During COVID-19 Crisis

As an administrative resident at a Colorado hospital, Tate Hegstrom has witnessed the coronavirus pandemic’s.

Ariana Grande Hits Back At Claims She Cheated Her Way To No. 1 Song

A No. 1 song on the Billboard chart? Gee, thanks, but Ariana Grande didn’t buy.

Ludacris And Nelly Battle It Out On Instagram Live

Rappers Ludacris and Nelly celebrated the 20th anniversary of some of their most significant albums.