Some rap artists feel the Grammys have been slow to recognize how the genre now dominates popular music.
Los Angeles-based rapper Nipsey Hussle has released his new album, "Mailbox Money," online for free. So what's in it for him?
Lady Gaga's visit to "The Howard Stern Show" on Tuesday was a dramatic event, which tends to be the case with the shape-shifting singer.
The top 1 percent of artists take 77 percent of the income earned in the music industry, a new report found.
Budgets for school nurses and counselors are getting cut while funding is being wasted on acquiring iPads; science and art clash as the ways to determine the authenticity of a Jackson Pollock piece shift; finances and critics have proven that Rick Santorum's Christmas movie is nothing short of pathetic. These discoveries and more after the jump.
For months Google has been putting the finishing touches on a "cloud" music service that will allow users to put their own music collections online, much like Amazon's Cloud Player Apple is also working on such a project Unlike Apple and Amazon, Google was unable to negotiate a deal (more).
The seeming stranglehold that Apple's iTunes has had on the online music market could be challenged, or at least loosened, by the imminent release of a competitor from Sony this quarter Author, scholar and Truthdig contributor Aram Sinnreich .
Is there a social consequence to the increasing numbers of consumers who expect to get information and entertainment for nothing? Can there be too much of a good thing? "Appetite for Self-Destruction: The Spectacular Crash of the Record Industry in the Digital Age” by Steve Knopper provides a useful autopsy.