Universal Music Group has digitally released hundreds of compilation albums over the past three years, lifting some titles from non-UMG artists such as Lil Nas X and Megan Thee Stallion.
Many of the world’s most significant master recordings, including ones by Eminem and Janet, may have been lost in the devastating fire that Universal Music Group covered up a decade ago.
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Frank Ocean’s Endless Won’t Debut On The Billboard 200
The pop star’s third album is an even more nuanced and self-aware exploration of the Lana Del Rey character than Ultraviolence or Born To Die.
Alex Frank reviews Florence + The Machine's stripped back but powerful new album, How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful,
The British duo release “FTPA” off their forthcoming album Sirens.
Blood Orange’s fingerprints are all over this steamy new love song from the upcoming album Tough Love.
The rapper inaugurates her new self-titled label with a Lil internet-produced heater.
The Berlin-based streaming site will cut deals with Sony, Universal and Warner Bros.