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Musicians at Paris Fashion Week 2023
From Doja Cat to members of BTS, see the artists who showed up in the City of Lights.
Cat Ears, Swarovski Crystals & More: See Doja Cat's Impressive Style Evolution
Here’s Doja Cat’s style evolution, from 2014 to present day.
billboard on Music
Too Many Songs, Not Enough Hits: Pop Music Is Struggling to Create New Stars
Execs say that a deluge of new music — and the difficulty of influencing TikTok’s algorithm — has made building an audience harder than ever for new acts.
Apple Veteran Larry Jackson Launches Gamma, Bringing ‘Unprecedented’ Private Equity to Frontline Music Business
With major backing, Jackson acquired the distributor Vydia and signed stars like Usher and Snoop Dogg to the “best capitalized music company” going head to head with the world’s big three.…
billboard on TV
Can the Grammys Ever Win if Beyoncé Keeps Losing?
Beyoncé’s fourth loss in four tries in the album of the year category again overshadows not only the rest of her Grammys, but the entirety of Music’s Biggest Night.
9 Biggest Revelations From ‘The Price of Glee’
From Cory Monteith and Lea Michele’s relationship to additional crew deaths, here are the notable takeaways from Investigation Discovery’s new documentary.
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'Fast Times' at 40: Amy Heckerling and Cameron Crowe on the Musical Tug-of-War Behind the Iconic Soundtrack
The director and screenwriter of ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’ explain the film’s negotiation between classic rock and new wave sounds.
How Did Two Unknown Latin Music Operators Make $23 Million From YouTube? The IRS Says They Stole…
Inside the brazen but surprisingly simple scheme that took royalties from songs by artists like Daddy Yankee, Anuel AA, Julio Iglesias and more.
Most Shazamed Song, First Artist to Hit 1 Million Shazams & More: 20 Fast Facts as Shazam…
Shazam started in August 2002 as a text-message-based service only in the U.K.
After 'Roe': Music's Leaders on How to Take Action
In the fight for reproductive rights, the music industry has uniquely powerful tools at its disposal — and all of us can find some way to make a difference now.
Eric Alper Is Just Asking Questions
Eric Alper is a veteran music publicist and radio host -- and the indefatigable voice behind the most viral prompt questions on Twitter. How did he get here?
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