Expectedly, Ed Sheeran remains no. 1 for an 11th week with “Shape of You.” Kendrick Lamar splashes onto the Hot 100 at no. 2 with “Humble.”
Originally poised to be a slow release date for new music, April 14, 2017 became promising with the announcement of a new Kendrick Lamar album.
Ed Sheeran remains the one to beat on the Billboard Hot 100 as “Shape of You” spends its 10th week at no. 1.
Canadian R&B standout The Weeknd returns with a massive, urban-pop effort (Starboy) that offers something for a variety of listeners.
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.
Rae Sremmurd remain king on the Billboard Hot 100 as “Black Beatles” spends a fifth week at no. 1.
Canadian R&B standout The Weeknd Returns with ‘Starboy,’ an album filled with intriguing lyrics worth analyzing.
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 Billboard 200, dated April 9, 2016, was indeed a modest one. The top album, courtesy of Gwen Stefani, only yielded so-so numbers. There’s little hope when the album at the top is only so-so. Here are 25 chart takeaways from the latest Billboard 200 nonetheless! 1) Gwen Stefani earns her first no. 1 album…
Cutting right to the chase, it was an extremely slow week on the Billboard 200. Because of this, Rihanna benefited – no shade of course! On the charts dated April 2, 2016, Rihanna spends a second nonconsecutive week at no. 1 with Anti. The numbers suck – just being honest – but somebody had to…