Big Splash: Waterparks Hit No. 1 On Emerging Artists Chart

The group also earns its highest-charting album on the Billboard 200. Houston-based pop-punk band Waterparks re-enters Billboard's Emerging Artists chart (dated Oct. 26) at No. 1, becoming the top emerging act in the U.S. for the first time. The group

CASE Act Passes US House of Representatives

The bill intending to streamline copyright disputes now heads to the Senate. The Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement (CASE) Act passed 410-6 in the U.S. House of Representatives Tuesday evening (Oct. 22). It now goes to the

Juice WRLD Hit With $15M ‘Lucid Dreams’ Copyright Lawsuit From Pop Punks Yellowcard

The now-defunct rock band claims the rapper copped elements of their 2006 song “Holly Wood Will Die.” Juice WRLD (née Jarad A. Higgins) has been sued by members of the now-disbanded rock group Yellowcard for copyright infringement

Azealia Banks Shares Message For Fans: "I Wish You Would All Shut Up"

Many would argue that Azealia Banks’s career and incredible musical talent have been tainted by her tendency to take shots at literally everyone. Many artists have been subject to Bank’s wrath, either being accused of stealing her style

Chris Brown Announces Epic Yard Sale At His House: Gucci, Supreme & More

Everybody knows that you want to go thrifting in rich neighborhoods. Generally, you’ll get the best steals in these areas. You can find some hype designer goods, like Balenciaga, Gucci, Fendi, and more at insanely low prices.

Michael Kiwanuka Geeked Out On a ’70s Synth and Poetry While Making His New Album

After Michael Kiwanuka released his second album in 2016, its psychedelic track “Cold Little Heart” soundtracked the opening credits of HBO’s Big Little Lies, becoming one of the most recognizable songs on TV and expanding Kiwanuka’s U.S.

Shaed Reveals How They Scored an Unexpected Zayn Collab

For about a year now, alt-pop trio Shaed (vocalist Chelsea Lee and multi-instrumentalist brothers Max and Spencer Ernst) has been reaching new heights on almost a weekly basis, thanks to their breakout hit "Trampoline," which was initially featured

White Reaper Breaks Down Nostalgic New Album ‘You Deserve Love’: Exclusive

The Louisville rockers discuss lead radio single ‘Might Be Right,’ the reason why they called a song ‘Eggplant’ and more. To paraphrase one of its album titles, White Reaper has done it again. The five-piece Louisville band

Green Day’s ‘Father of All…’ Rules Rock Airplay, Becomes Band’s Record-Extending 21st Top Five on Alternative Songs

With five Rock Airplay No. 1s, the band moves closer to Foo Fighters’ record. Green Day's "Father of All…" becomes the band's fifth No. 1 on Billboard's all-rock-format Rock Airplay chart, rising 2-1 on the Oct. 19-dated

Diiv, Ghost Town Blues Band & Absofacto Debut On Emerging Artists Chart

Plus, NLE Choppa logs his sixth week at No. 1. Diiv debuts at No. 7 on Billboard's Emerging Artists chart (dated Oct. 19), as the shoegaze band's third LP, Deceiver, arrives at No. 6 on Independent Albums and No. 19 on Alternative