NEW YORK (AP) — While waiting for Donald Trump to take the stage this week at a campaign rally in Exeter, New Hampshire, fans listened to a few hit songs by Adele, "Skyfall" and "Rolling in the Deep."
The original soundtrack of Pokémon Red and Blue is now available on vinyl, although dedicated Pokémon hipsters need to act fast: Only 500 copies have been made, which are now shipping from Turntable Lab. The $49.95 record includes the full score from the classic Game Boy games, with the original Pokémon anime's theme song also thrown into the mix. It's housed in a Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band-aping sleeve, and the colored vinyl itself is red and white, Pokéball-style.
Grammy award nominee DJ Khaled is bringing a new show -- and a new album -- to Apple Music and Beats 1 Radio starting Friday, February 5, 2016. A TV show under the same name is set for distribution via Apple Music every two weeks Friday. DJ Khaled's record label is also known as We The Best Music Group.
(Reuters) - British singer Adele made clear on Monday that she has not given permission for anyone to use her music for political campaigns. Adele's spokesman issued a statement after Republican U.S. presidential contender Donald Trump played Adele's 2011 hit song "Rolling in the Deep" at rallies in Iowa, and Mike Huckabee released a YouTube parody last week of her 2015 single "Hello." "Adele has not given permission for her music to be used for any political campaigning," the singer's spokesman said in an email.
Adele is taking a stand against Donald Trump. The musician issued a statement saying that she does not endorse the Republican presidential candidate's use of her songs -- including "Rolling in the Deep" and "Skyfall" -- on the campaign trail. "Adele has not given permission for her music to be used ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Adele Donald Trump This article, Adele Tells Donald Trump to Stop Using Her Music, originally appeared on TVGuide.com.
Our guide to this week's (and last week's) album releases also features the week's top new music videos from artists like Run the Jewels, Coldplay, and Underworld, plus brand new streaming music from Massive Attack, Junior Boys, Field Music, Elliott Smith, Earl Sweatshirt, and more. Read and Post Comments | Get the full article at Metacritic
SFX Entertainment, which hoped to ride the boom of electronic dance music to become a music industry giant, filed Monday for bankruptcy protection as it sought a fresh start. The company founded by music mogul Robert Sillerman announced a deal that would eliminate more than $300 million in debt. Subject to court approval, SFX Entertainment will receive up to $115 million from a group of bondholders to maintain normal operations.
While "Grease Live! (Music From the Television Event" sits in fifth place on the February 1 iTunes chart, it's Jordan Fisher's performance of "Those Magic Changes" that's the OST's most in-demand single.