The ever-prolific, ubiquitous Drake returns with yet another project, playlist-album ‘More Life.’ More Life features a star-studded guest list.
On a quiet Billboard 200, The Weeknd (Starboy) retains the no. 1 spot, while the soundtrack for La La Land ascends to no. 2.
A Tribe Called Quest returns for one last hurrah with ‘We Got It from Here…Thank You 4 Your Service.’ Q-Tip and company are on autopilot.
Is Kanye West more “good” than “bad?”
25 Chart Takeaways is a column that examines 25 of biggest stories of the Billboard 200 Albums Chart weekly.
That time of year has come again folks – It’s an event my friends! What event exactly you ask? Compiling the list of the best albums of 2016…so far.
The biggest winner of the Billboard 200 this week is clearly the late, great Prince. Prince tops the Billboard 200 taking over both no. 1 and no. 2, along with several of his albums re-entering the BB200. Other winners on this week’s charts include Sturgill Simpson and Santana. Some losers include Music Soulchild, TWENTY88, and…
To say that it was a “helluva” race to no. 1 would be a boldface lie and a drastic overstatement. It wasn’t close. Everyone knew that The Lumineers and Deftones would debut at the top of the charts – in that order.
It was only a matter of time. A matter of time for what, you ask? A matter of time for Kanye West to find his way back to the top of the charts.