by Jessica Goldstein Jun 17, 2016
by Jeremy Deaton - Guest Contributor Apr 9, 2016
"It’s a little bit of comedy, a lot of music and maybe a little bit of TED talk sprinkled in," says Baba Brinkman, "peer-reviewed rapper."
by Lauren C. Williams Feb 17, 2016
Tidal's exclusiveness could be working against it. Add in Kanye's vow to keep his music off competing streaming services and you have prime conditions for piracy.
by Lauren C. Williams Nov 17, 2015
“We have an open dialogue with artists, managers, and labels. We work with them to help them achieve any number of their goals,” Spotify previously told ThinkProgress.
by Lauren C. Williams Oct 23, 2015
The settlement is the latest in a string of copyright disputes, likely signifying the downfall of the "free content" business model.
by Carimah Townes Aug 26, 2015
"Each musician has a different story to tell about Katrina."
by Beenish Ahmed Jul 23, 2015
Due to intense government censorship, T.S. may be far more likely to mean Taylor Swift than Tiananmen Square for young people in China.
by Jessica Goldstein Jul 8, 2015
A new documentary reckons with the singer-songwriter's complicated, troubled legacy.
by Jessica Goldstein May 20, 2015
Spotify sees you when you're sleeping, Spotify knows when you're awake...
by Jessica Goldstein Mar 11, 2015
A huge victory for Marvin Gaye's estate, people who just think "Blurred Lines" is a super-annoying song.