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invasion of privacy
Cardi B Doubled Taylor Swift’s Apple Streaming Record,
Invasion of Privacy
is a hit.
Donna Summer Song Gets Streaming Boost After Quincy Jones Interview
Quincy Jones claimed Michael Jackson stole Summer’s “State of Independence” for “Billie Jean.”
Neil Young Is Making an Archive of Almost Every Song He’s Ever Recorded
You’ll listen to it via his Xstream streaming service, obviously.
Some of PWR BTTM’s Music Has Returned to Streaming
But there’s still a legal fight to get their sophomore album,
, back on streaming.
ask an expert
Where Do PWR BTTM Go From Here?
PWR BTTM’s music has been yanked from streaming services over allegations of sexual assault. Can they get it back?
PWR BTTM’s Music Yanked From Streaming Services Following Assault Allegations
The band have also reportedly canceled their upcoming tour.
Pandora’s Premium on-Demand Streaming Service Is Coming in Early 2017
For $10 a month.
Streamed 1 Billion Times on Apple
He’s got a plaque to prove it, too.
Grammys Make Streaming-Only Music Eligible
Welcome to the 21st century, Grammys.
Rhapsody Changes Its Name to Napster and Adopts a New-Old Cat Label
Napster wakes from the dead.
the streaming wars
Amazon Reportedly Launching Paid Stand-alone Music-Streaming Service
It might go live as early as this summer.
Is Now on Spotify
The 2007 self-released album had been the band’s last record not on Spotify.
the streaming wars
RIAA Certifications Will Now Count Streaming
This is huge.
lighter shades of green
Spotify Says It Changed Its Green Logo for Branding Purposes, and Millennials
Too bad everyone hates it.
All the Artists Who Own Tidal Are Secretly the New Avengers
All of your favorite artists are here to save the music-streaming business … for themselves.