The streaming services are starting to figure something out: People like music. People also like to throw on things to watch casually in the background. That means we’re now getting Netflix-funded projects like Paul Thomas Anderson and Thom Yorke’s Anima short film, or like Beyoncé’s Coachella concert movie Homecoming. That’s only beginning. We’re going to … More »
Diplo and Nitti Gritti have jointly brought home a Latin Grammy Award for their collaboration, “200 MPH.” Produced alongside Bad Bunny, the slow-burning number surfaced on the Puerto Rican vocalist’s album, X 100PRE, released in 2018. The LP was the victor of the “Best Urban Album” category. Bad Bunny notably performed with fellow Grammy Award winners Ricky Martin and Residente at the 20th annual Latin ceremony.
The shared triumph was particularly satiating for Nitti Gritti, who previously tweeted that he was “coming for Producer of the Year, Best Remix, Best Dance Song, Record of the Year, Album of the Year, and Song of the Year.” “I’m coming for it all,” the “I Got It” hit maker added.
The thing Luke Combs wants you to know about him is that he’s extremely normal, regular, average. Combs, one of the biggest things going in country music right now, just released an album called What You See Is What You Get. He’s a burly, bearded North Carolina native who removes his ballcap about as often … More »
When this decade began, MP3s still reigned supreme. Now, at the end of it, a song is no longer even a file — it’s ephemera, on every streaming service and available to hear in myriad ways. For better and worse, the song (and the single) have become the norm for the general public’s music consumption. More »
The Pornhub Awards are an annual thing now. The inaugural ceremony last year was creative directed by Kanye West, who performed with Teyana Taylor and dropped his ridiculous Lil Pump collab “I Love It” during the event. And this year, Bad Bunny, Kali Uchis, and Ty Dolla $ign all … More »
The Paradise Music & Arts festival will bring its roster of multi-genre talent to the Dominican Republic for two days of music, art, gastronomy, and local culture this December. The lineup features massive dance figures including Martin Garrix, Alesso, and Steve Aoki, reggaeton and Latin trap stars such as Bad Bunny, Maluma, and Anuel AA as well as additional electronic support from Madeon, Tchami, Bob Moses, and more. The Paradise will take place December 20-21 in Cap Cana, Dominican Republic.
Formerly known as Electric Paradise, the festival’s fifth edition will be its biggest yet with an expansion from a one-day event to two days. Since the its inception in 2014, the festival has sold out every year.
This year’s The Paradise will host three stages including a live stage headlined by Bad Bunny and a dance stage. Guy Gerber‘s “RUMORS” will also return to the festival for a two-day takeover on the Electronic Paradise stage. Taking place on the Juanillo Beach, the Electronic Paradise stage will showcase the best of underground house and techno with performances by Jamie Jones, Dubfire, Nic Fanciulli, and more.
GA and VIP tickets are currently on sale. Learn more about The Paradise and buy tickets here.
Earlier this summer, J Balvin and Bad Bunny, quite possibly the two biggest stars in all of Spanish-language pop right now, teamed up for the surprise album OASIS, a monster-level collaboration that basically serves as an urbano version of Watch The Throne. When they dropped the album, they also shared a video for … More »
“I was getting kinda used to being someone you loved.” The sentence is simple; the sentiment is deep. Lewis Capaldi howls these words at the peak of his breakthrough hit, his coarse, hearty vocals lending gravitas to the maudlin piano figure at the song’s spine. “Someone You Loved” is a ballad about the pain of … More »