Music Industry News
The #FreeKesha movement was ignited last week when a Manhattan Supreme Court judge denied Kesha a court injunction to free her from her contract with Sony and Dr. Luke—the man she claims raped her.
Lauryn Hill performs at Paradise Rock Club in Boston, proving that she is still at the top of her game and could out rap most emcees in the game today. We look at her journey to this point, and why, with only two solo albums, she is as relevant as ever and can still sell out shows.
On January 29, 2016, as part of Martin Luther King JR Celebration, the BPC show—So Much Things to Say: The Berklee Bob Marley ensemble directed by Matt Jenson featured Vivien Goldman, who was the first journalist to introduce mass white …
The popular emcee from the late 90s and early 2000s, Missy Elliott, returns after over a half decade, collaborating with mega-producer with Pharrell. We discuss her new single and her history of being a unique and unabashed artist.
Seattle-based band, The Flavr Blue, performs in Boston for the very first time at the young, hip hotel, The W. Promoting their new EP, Love Notes, we cover the show, the vibe, and the music.
An in-depth look into Adele's latest offering, how it matches up to her former work, and her first live performance of the song.
Berklee professor Prince Charles Alexander discusses hip-hop music in the context of the 21st century, and gives advice on how to modernize yourself as a current-day musician.
Are innovative album releases the future of the music industry, or are streaming services going to take over?