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By Austin – Huge fan of philosophy and history:- The great things about Eric Clapton are Influence and Importance. I have searched this answer for many years in my youth. I never liked Eric Clapton that much. I didn’t liked his best solos and his guitar playing. But when I dug deeper into his early appearances in music […]

By Declan Hackett:- While most of the answers are right regarding lower string tension, they forget one important point. I’d never seen him with a Jazzmaster before! Jimi in his days as a “guitarist for hire” on the Chitlin’ Circuit Jimi spent his early career drifting between various R&B bands, racking up stints with Little […]

A new collaboration from the Toronto rappers By Allison Hussey July 23, 2021 Smiley and Drake, photo courtesy of Warner Records Drake makes a guest appearance on a new song by Smiley—a rapper from his home city of Toronto. The track is titled “Over the Top” and it’s released via OVO Sound. Listen to it below. Drake has […]

While the world waits for the release of West’s 10th solo record, check out new releases from Mega Bog, Dave, Taphari, Emma-Jean Thackray, and Maxine Funke By Allison Hussey July 23, 2021 With so much good music being released all the time, it can be hard to determine what to listen to first. Every week, Pitchfork […]

By Jason Lipshutz 7/23/2021 Billboard’s First Stream serves as a handy guide to this Friday’s most essential releases — the key music that everyone will be talking about today, and that will be dominating playlists this weekend and beyond. This week, Camila Cabello and Khalid both preview their next album eras, Lil Nas X pops bottles […]

By Billboard Staff 7/23/2021 A decade ago today (July 23), the music world was rocked by the news that Amy Winehouse — the powerhouse singer/songwriter whose incredibly soulful, uncomfortably personal songs had a seismic impact both stateside and in her native U.K. — had died at the age of 27. While Winehouse’s artistry was often overshadowed towards the […]

The rapper and beatboxer was best known for songs like “Just a Friend” and “Nobody Beats the Biz” By Allison Hussey July 16, 2021 Marcel Theo Hall aka Biz Markie, April 1988 (David Corio/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images) Rapper, producer, DJ and human beatbox Biz Markie has died. He had been hospitalized in 2020 for an illness related to […]

The track appears on the soundtrack for the Netflix film The Last Letter From Your Lover By Madison Bloom July 16, 2021 Haim’s Este, Danielle, and Alana Haim, May 2021 (JMEnternational/JMEnternational for BRIT Awards/Getty Images) Haim have released a new song called “Cherry Flavored Stomach Ache.” The single appears on the soundtrack for the Netflix film The Last Letter […]

Sean Bankhead, who choreographed Normani’s “Motivation” video, returns for the new visual By Madison Bloom and Matthew Strauss July 15, 2021 Normani and Cardi B in “Wild Side,” directed by Tanu Muino Normani is back with the new single “Wild Side,” featuring Cardi B. The song arrives with a music video directed by Tanu Muino and featuring choreography by Sean Bankhead, who also […]