We all love it when our favourite artists go on tour because it gives us the opportunity to experience the music live while we gain new appreciation for those great acts. So, this week’s Way Back Wednesday lists amazing several shows that helped us to see the world’s top artists in a different light.
There are still many years to go before the end of the 2010-2019 decade but those that have already passed have been action-packed with releases by some of the biggest names in music. From Adele to Lady Gaga and Rihanna, the last 3 and a half years saw a new generation of Pop stars dominate […]
There was a time when the Queen of Pop honor was commonly associated with Madonna. However, as the icon’s impact on the charts began to wane during the last decade, several younger contenders emerged in the race for the coveted title that would rank them among the greatest acts of their generation.
Pink is on a roll as the leading female entertainer of her generation and one of the most successful artists of the last year. This morning, the singer-songwriter released the video for her new single, “True Love”, a day ahead of schedule, just in time for the song’s official US radio debut.
The dust has settled on the biggest rumble on the US charts of the year to date and the final results are quite surprising. Kanye West, J. Cole and Kelly Rowland all faced off on the Billboard 200 with their latest releases and although West emerged as the winner, his was almost beaten by Cole.
Clearly, there is room for both Justin Timberlake and Robin Thicke on the US charts. The crooners both enjoyed success on the Billboard lineups this week as the former surged back into the top 5 of the Billboard 200 while his source of inspiration maintained his lead on the Hot 100.
Thank you, Justin Timberlake. Robin Thicke’s career reached a new peak this week after his inescapable single, “Blurred Lines”, climbed to the top of the Billboard Hot 100, thus beginning its reign at the summit of the US charts and breathing new life into the careers of T.I. and Pharrell.
The US charts were unusually busy this week with a flurry of new debuts and major moves that finally shook up the previously stagnent top 10 lineups of both the Billboard 200 and the Billboard Hot 100. From Little Mix to Robin Thicke and The-Dream, there was much to discuss on the commercial front.
Justin Timberlake has the highest-selling album of the year to date but his accomplishments don’t end on that note. Rather, the singer-songwriter scored the biggest radio hit of his career this week as his latest single, “Mirrors”, continued to make waves on the US charts.
If you had any doubt that Mariah Carey’s “#Beautiful” is an undeniable hit then take a look at this week’s US charts. Indeed, long after the songbird’s 16-hour radio deal with Clear Channel expired, her new Miguel-assisted single has continued to score massive gains and even cracked the top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100.