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Hip Hop Single Sales: Kendrick Lamar Debuts At #1

Kendrick Lamar shook up the Hip Hop world with his single “Humble” and the release his latest

Katy Perry Used to Protest Marilyn Manson and Madonna Concerts

Katy Perry’s past life as a born-again Christian is well-documented. Along with her early Christian singing

Blink-182 ‘Can’t Get You More Pregnant’ (lyric video)

Blink-182’s California LP had two tweet-length joke songs that managed to cram plenty pop-punk energy into their

Kreator / Obituary / Midnight / Horrendous The Opera House, Toronto ON, April 11

An exceptionally well-curated bill for a large metal tour is rare, so it goes without saying

Vancouver’s Hermetic Say Farewell with ‘Postscript’

Before he was fronting the pop-punk trio Sightlines, Vancouver busybody Eric Axen made post-punk alongside Bart

Exclaim! and Fred Perry Team Up for the Secret Backyard Bonanza with PONY, Little Junior and a Mystery Headliner

Promotional consideration provided by Fred Perry The weather’s getting warmer and festival season is upon us,

Drake, Rihanna & The Weeknd Top Contenders For 2017 Billboard Music Awards

Drake is one to watch out for at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards, next month. Along with

Drake Leads Billboard Music Awards Nominations

There are more trophies in Drake’s future. The More Life rapper leads the nominees for the

Kendrick Lamar’s ‘HUMBLE.’ Debuts at No. 2 on Hot 100

Kendrick Lamar’s left stroke just went viral and “HUMBLE.” shot to No. 2 on the Billboard

Hip Hop Single Sales: Bruno Mars Back At #1 & Kendrick Lamar Debuts At #2

Bruno Mars is carrying momentum from 2016 well into this year with his single “That’s What

Greg Graffin ‘Lincoln’s Funeral Train’ live on No Future

Greg Graffin tends to take around a decade between solo albums, but who can blame him?

The Flatliners ‘Inviting Light’ (album stream)

Inking some new label deals in late 2016 primed Toronto punks the Flatliners to release their

Weezer / the Trews / the Flatliners Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton AB, April 4

In the midst a quick six-date tour through Western Canada, Weezer celebrated the warmer weather and

Break On Through: Four Things That Made the Dirty Nil Juno Award Winners

The Juno Awards celebrated Canadian music in Ottawa earlier this month as part Canada’s 150th anniversary